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Your Choice To Make

TL;DR: Wakey wakey, give a crap about freedom, or accept the consequences.
Another Sunday afternoon, another news item about Monero being delisted from a centralized exchange, this time in Australia.
Last year it was OKEx and others.
Just a few days ago it was Coinspot.
It is sort of an open secret that Coinbase is not listing Monero due to external pressures. Today we're hit with news that Kraken will be ceasing Monero trading for AU residents.
And you will also recall that Japan and South Korea have made similar moves.
It's a near impossibility with me, especially when powered by caffeine, which is most definitely the case today, but I will try to make this brief, sweet and to the point.
These are not isolated incidents. There is an International Organization™ in particular orchestrating, behind the scenes, the policies and requirements that financial institutions (crypto exchanges have since joined that category for this purpose) must follow, or else.
Here is what bothers me about this.
Have you been consulted about this? Anyone you know?
Heard of it in the news?
Yeah, me neither.
You have to know where to look to find some information on what they would like to see happening (we'll get to that in a moment), and often you have to read PDFs with dozens of pages to find the good stuff too.
I will leave that as an exercise to the reader. Suffice to say, I have been digging a bit deeper myself, and what I found shocked me.
FATF wants nothing less than the complete elimination of anonymity and privacy in financial affairs, even going so far as to consider BANNING peer to peer transactions so that people are forced to interact with each other through exchanges, where data collection is more reliable and certain, effectively obliterating one of the major selling points of cryptocurrency (p2p-ness) with complete disregard for the millions of people who are already onboard with the vision.
No privacy and no anonymity, imagine that.
Many of you probably already use plastic cards for everything, day in day out, and don't think too much about this stuff.
But the fact that an international organization that you have little to zero democratic control over is planning to get rid of class of financial tools that 99.99999% of people don't even realize exists yet should give you pause for concern.
The tools I speak of are, of course, digital cash-like cryptocurrencies like Monero.
I would like you to PAUSE, daydream a bit, visualize and imagine, what a world without zero financial privacy/anonymity would look like.
Consider, this has certainly not been the case in human history, ever -- yes, even today.
Today most of you still have cash as a choice. But what happens when that goes out of the window, and the only options are CBDCs, CorporateCoins, and transparent cryptocurrency ?
Needless to say, both in the case of CorporateCoins and CBDCs, there will be little to none privacy/anonymity, and even if there was (in the case of CorporateCoin), the state would obviously bully its way into it and force them to do otherwise (without being asked to do so, of course).
So, imagine that world.
Every donation you make. Every $50 transfer to a friend or family member. Every item you buy. Every service you purchase. Every money you send to help a friend you.
All of it stored, forever, to be accessed later at will for whatever reasons.
Would you make the same choices, knowing that your entire financial life is entirely exposed to powerful organizations of which you likely know very little about and almost certainly can hardly ever influence at all?
Does that seem like a good recipe for a free society?

Consequences

The people at the top either don't care about the consequences of what they're imposing worldwide, or they don't understand.
Sounds highly concerning to me either way - It comes down to either bullying or ignorance.
Would you ever have truly heart-to-heart conversations if you knew your worst enemy was potentially watching and recording everything?
Could you make passionate love knowing hundreds of strangers are analyzing your every move?
Can you be spontaneous knowing you are being recorded?
What if you did not have a choice in those matters ?!
What if someone has already decided for you, your friends, your family, your neighbors, your country, that you are all potential criminals and the thing to do is to keep records on everyone, just in case ?
Newsflash: It already happened.
It's been happening for awhile, and it seems to be picking up pace; the technology that was going to liberate us, slowly enslaving us instead -- because the general public largely does not understand the issues at hand, while the elite certainly does, and boy oh boy, are they thrilled with the technological advancements that help them cement their power.
What do I mean by cement?
Imagine trying to kick-start civil rights in a place where every social map is known, everything a person is interested in is known, every transaction they make is known, every website they have visited is known, every time they step on the street, an AI-powered camera automatically identifies them and tracks their movement.
You would be unable to organize. To exchange value. To discuss behind curtains, so to speak.
You would not have any privacy, and you would not have any anonymity.
Could you be free under these circumstances?

Conclusion

It's been a long road towards more freedom, but nowdays it is disappearing fast. Stopping to consider the implications is a most pressing issue.
They want Monero(-like tools) GONE because Monero ACTUALLY would change the paradigm.
By the time they are done with their "recommendations" (which really mean: comply, or else...), mark my words, there will be a name behind every Bitcoin address in some centralized database, query-able by partners in deciding who can and cannot use the system.
Merchants will be forced to perform chain analysis and by law they will be compelled to reject/refund/report transactions coming from "anonymous clusters" (addresses that are not known to have an identity tied to them).
This is what the normalization of the lack of privacy has brought us.
The possibility was there, and they took it. Of course they did.
I repeat, it is no accident that it's not Dogecoin and Nano, Bitcoin or Litecoin being delisted.
The star of the show (for better or for worse) is Monero, and that is because it works.
It lets you transact anonymously and privately, like cash - why the hell should FATF know that you sent $500 to your mother last week? in fact, why the hell should they know your entire financial history?!
When cash goes (and we can be fairly certain that it will be gone; would already be gone if this sort of authoritarian mindset had its way), Monero or tools like Monero, will become the only way to make any transaction outside the eyes of the state.
It's not because you have anything (nefarious) to hide. It's not because you're a criminal.
Rather, it's because to accept anything else is to bow to tyranny.
It's your choice to make - are you meekly going to accept that in perhaps less than a decade there will be zero privacy and anonymity in financial matters, or are you going to fight back?
Will you organize, campaign, email, discuss, spread awareness?
Will you spend precious summer Sunday afternoons writing for strangers on the Internet trying to help a few more see the major shit-show we're headed into?
Or will you be a good boy and do what you're told?
Tomorrow, by the way - if left unchallenged - it won't just be financial privacy that disappears.
One of the most prominent examples in the introductory part of this post (Australia) has already made quite clear that they don't like the fact that people can hide things from them (encryption).
In other words, either they know about it (and archive it forever), or you better let them know. After all, a threat - any threat! - could be lurking somewhere in that encrypted data. And you have nothing to hide anyway, yes?
This is a cryptocurrency sub though so let's not steer too far from that. It is important to remember that ultimately the issue is the same though - totalitarian control over everyone's life; mass-surveillance, and the ability to rewind and see someone's entire life exposed for the benefit of the state.
Their actions are letting you know what really works and what really threatens the status quo. That is useful information.
If you care at all about the freedom and privacy of your future self, your friends and family, children present or future, I think you would do well to think long and hard about these issues.
Because the direction assumed by the most prominent regulators seems to be headed in a uniform direction - that is no surprise, seeing as how they meet with each other.
You have to ask yourself though, is this for your benefit, your safety?
Or is it to keep the statuo quo?
How would the world be different if human beings - regardless of color, nationality, age, sexual orientation, political beliefs- with an Internet connection could freely exchange value privately and anonymously (the way we can still communicate private and anonymously in most places today - though not so in authoritarian places like China, AND THAT IS NOT A COINCIDENCE)?
It would be instant, like an instant message. It would cost very little.
Well, I have news for you: It's already possible, and a growing number of people are realizing this.
This tool is called Monero. It exists today, and the cat is out of the bag. The technology will only get better, and more interesting tools may even come along later.
In fact, barring mass persecution of open-source developers, that is very likely what is going to happen, as ultrasmart people everywhere congregate in virtual spaces to discuss better ways to do stuff.
If we keep losing our right to be left alone until suspected of a crime, life will increasingly come to resemble what the regulator types are - consciously or unconsciously - creating: a Panopticon society.
If you don't speak up, then the decision has already been made - and you're probably going to live to regret being complicit in it.
Freedom or Tyranny. It's your choice to make.
p.s: Yes, totally failed at making this short. I guess it's just not my thing.
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Can Blockchain Gaming Drive Cryptocurrency Adoption?

Can Blockchain Gaming Drive Cryptocurrency Adoption?
The gaming industry, with its approximately 2.5 billion gamers worldwide, is a lucrative target and an immense field of application for blockchain itself, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that could no doubt give a mighty push toward taking and making the technology mainstream. Honestly, this is not quite a news as the efforts to establish cryptocurrencies in the entertainment sector have gone a long way, with varying degrees of success.
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What they were, how it fared, and where things are going now – these questions deserve their own inquiry. So let’s take a look at how gaming facilitates cryptocurrency adoption, in what ways, and whether exposing the blockchain tech to a user base of a third of the world’s population would help oil the wheels of this sportster in a major way and ultimately cause a tectonic shift in the gaming industry itself.

A Little Bit of History

As Bitcoin kicked off in late 2008, with its first transaction hitting, or effectively starting, the blockchain in early January of 2009, it had taken well over two years till the cryptocurrency got involved in online gambling. It was the now-defunct mobile poker platform, Switchpoker, a developer of an online poker room that started to accept Bitcoin as a deposit and payment option. You can still find a topic on Bitcointalk.org about this news dated back to November 23, 2011.
In April 2012, Erik Voorhees, an American entrepreneur and early Bitcoin adopter, founded Satoshi Dice, arguably the oldest online cryptocasino on the block, which is still pretty much alive today, although Voorhees sold it in a year. What makes it truly intriguing is the fact that during its early years the casino was generating half of all the transactions on the Bitcoin network. In short, online gambling was critically important in Bitcoin’s infancy years as it helped promote cryptocurrency awareness that led to future growth and expansion into other areas.
Some folks are certainly going to argue that gambling is not the same thing as gaming. The commonly accepted view is that gaming is based on skill while gambling on chance. We won’t debate over this point. However, as every poker player knows, the outcome of a poker game depends not only on luck, but also on skill and expertise. Put simply, there are large gray areas and overlaps. All things considered, our exposition would be missing a big chunk of significant history without giving due credit to gambling and how it helped Bitcoin adoption.
Now that online gambling is off our chest, we can safely turn to gaming as it is understood in the industry, and look at how it helped the blockchain space. One of the first uses of Bitcoin in a major game that we are aware of started in 2014 with the launch of BitQuest, a Minecraft server that used Bitcoin for in-game transactions. Within the gaming environment you could buy valuable in-game stuff from other users with the so-called bits, small fractions of a Bitcoin, and earn them by completing in-game tasks or challenges like killing local monsters.
BitQuest closed the server in summer of 2019, and its brand name now belongs to a different entity not involved with gaming, but it still produced an impact. In essence, this effort successfully demonstrated how a cryptocurrency, in this case Bitcoin, can be used in lieu of a native in-game currency that players can earn, buy and spend as well as withdraw. This has serious implications for two main reasons. First, Bitcoin, unlike any other purely in-game currency, has uses outside the game and its ecosystem, and, second, its supply cannot be manipulated by the game developers, which makes the game by far more fair and square.
Needless to say, the example that BitQuest had set encouraged other market participants to look into Bitcoin as an alternative option for in-game currencies. Another popular Minecraft server, PlayMC, also introduced Bitcoin into its world in 2015, but ceased the operation just two years later. There were a few other servers experimenting with altcoins, more specifically, Dogecoin, but most of them disappeared from the scene shortly thereafter, failing to attract enough die-hard Minecraft fans.

What Has Changed?

With the arrival of smart contract-enabled blockchains such as Ethereum, EOS and TRON, the phrase “blockchain gaming” has taken on a more literal meaning as these blockchains allow games to be designed and played entirely on-chain in much the same manner trades are made on a decentralized exchange. While TRON stands for “The Real-time Operating system Nucleus”, there is an obvious reference to a once popular arcade game based on a titular 1982 science fiction film that ultimately garnered a cult following.
CryptoKitties is likely the most popular game ever released in the Ethereum ecosystem and probably in the whole crypto space so far. Its test version was made available on October 19, 2017, and it was an instant success. By the end of 2017 over 200,000 people signed up for the game, spending over $20 million in Ether. We won’t delve into its “gameplay” as it is beyond the scope of this article, and most certainly you are well familiar with it anyway. But what we absolutely should write about is the effect it made and the repercussions it produced.
It could be said that CryptoKitties was to the Ethereum blockchain what Satoshi Dice had been to Bitcoin in the early days of crypto. At the peak of its popularity the game reportedly accounted for 20-25% of all Ethereum’s traffic that clogged the entire Ethereum network, with transaction fees skyrocketing. No wonder lots of people got pissed off with this turn of events. However, despite all the rage and fury, CryptoKitties amply demonstrated what a success means in the blockchain gaming field, how it looks and feels in practice.
It is hard to estimate how much CryptoKitties contributed to cryptocurrency adoption. But given that a few hundred thousand people got involved in this game alone and many more with dozens of blockchain games that it has spawned, like Etherbots, Gods Unchained, The Six Dragons, etc, this indisputable triumph surely counts as a massive contribution by any definition or metric. Moreover, it also revealed the weaknesses of the contemporary blockchain solutions and what exactly should be done to overcome them.
Evolution never goes linearly. In fact, it generally doesn’t go in curves, circles, or zig zags, either. It always moves along very diverse routes, directions and entire dimensions like plants and animals, viruses and bacteria, and, well, dinosaurs and mammals. The evolution of gaming in crypto space is no different. СryptoKitties and other games share essentially the same tech under the hood – building games on some advanced general-purpose blockchain such as Ethereum. But it is not the only front that crypto gaming has been advancing on, nor is it the only way to introduce gaming to cryptocurrencies, and vice versa.
A more recent approach is based on designing either a standalone cryptocurrency or a token on a smart contract-enabled blockchain to be used across many games that support it as an in-game currency. As a result, gamers can enjoy true ownership of their in-game assets (the so-called non-fungible tokens, or NFTs), safe item trading outside the game, and cross-game compatibility. This path has been taken by such projects as Enjin (ENJ), GAME Credits (GAME), Decentraland (MANA), WAX (WAXP) and others, with their respective cryptocurrencies fueling a range of games.
A somewhat different avenue is taken by Funfair (FUN), Chromia (CHR) and Lucid Sight, which are offering platforms that blockchain games can be built on. Thus, Lucid Sight’s Scarcity Engine is focused more on game creators than end users, that is to say, gamers, allowing developers to integrate blockchain into their games. It aims to obliterate the difference between blockchain-based games and traditional gaming platforms. Funfair, on the other hand, leans more toward creating custom-built blockchain casinos, with its FUN token as a casino “chip”. So much for no more gambling, huh.
Our account of events would be incomplete if we didn’t mention yet another attempt to make use of Minecraft for the purpose of introducing cryptocurrencies to the gaming public. This time, a new Minecraft mod called SatoshiQuest has emerged. To participate in it, the gamers pay $1 in Bitcoin and get one in-game life. The pooled coins make up the loot, and the challenge is to find a minimum of 400 key fragments into which the keys to the Bitcoin wallet containing the prize are divided. And who said that evolution doesn’t loop?

Challenges and Future Prospects

The knockout popularity of СryptoKitties has clearly shown the scale of cryptocurrency mass adoption that blockchain gaming can trigger. As the game developers themselves put it, their “goal is to drive mainstream adoption of blockchain technology”. They believe that “the technology has immense benefits for consumers, but for those benefits to be realized, it needs to be experienced to be understood”. Speaking more broadly, as more people start using cryptocurrencies for gaming, they may eventually become interested in using their coins for purposes other than playing one game or another.
With that said, it is now as clear that there are two main barriers on the way there. The first is the limitations of the blockchain tech itself that essentially limits blockchain gaming to NFTs, in-game currencies, streamlined payments, and similar stuff. This is mostly a technical challenge anyway, and we could realistically expect it to be solved sooner or later. The other issue is applicable to the gaming industry as a whole. People en masse would only play games that are truly engaging and immersive, technical issues aside.
So the bottom line is that we need the convergence of these two vectors to make blockchain a dominating force in the gaming industry. First, the blockchain tech should have the capacity for running multiplayer games that major video game developers like Blizzard, Valve and Ubisoft produce, no trade-offs here. Then, we actually need the games like Warcraft, Counter-Strike or Far Cry that can be played on blockchain, to make it matter. Only after we get there, the gaming industry will likely become a primary driver behind cryptocurrency adoption.
What are your thoughts on how gaming facilitates cryptocurrency adoption? Tell us your ideas in the comments below.
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México ya dispone de un total de 10 cajeros automáticos de criptomonedas

México ya dispone de un total de 10 cajeros automáticos de criptomonedas


En las principales cuidades de México ya se encuentran instalados cajeros automáticos de bitcoin para comprar y vender criptomonedas, según reportó Coin ATM Radar.
Entre las criptomonedas disponibles se encuentran: bitcoin, lightning BTC (LBTC), bitcoin cash (BCH), ether (ETH), dash (DASH), litecoin (LTC), zcash (ZEC), monero (XMR), dogecoin (DOGE), tether (USDT), ripple (XRP).
En la ciudad de México DF, existe un total de 4 dispositivos y en la cuidad de Culiacán 2 más.
Luego le sigue las ciudades de Guadalajara, Monterrey, Santiago de Querétaro y Tijuana con 1 cajero por cuidad.

¿Dónde están ubicados?

Cuidad de México
  • Tienda de historietas Fantástico, en Satélite: Blvd. Manuel Ávila Camacho número 1675, Planta Alta, La Florida
  • Fantástico Cómics: Felix Cuevas número 835
  • Wings Capital: Canal de Miramontes número 3162, Tlalpan
  • Bitcoin Teller en Bitlem (6, Copenhague, Juárez)
Culiacán, Sinaloa
  • Galería San Miguel: Álvaro Obregón número 1880
  • Bitcoin Teller en Vams Coin: Santa Maria 3140-1, Providencia
Guadalajara, Jalisco
  • Fantástico Comic Book Store: Pedro Moreno número 1775, Col. Americana
Monterrey, Nuevo León
  • Comicastle Comic Book Store: Treviño número 405 Poniente, Col. Centro
Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro
  • Comicastle Comic Book Store: Avenida Cuba número 288, Planta Alta, Col. Carretas.
Tijuana, Baja California
  • Galerías Hipódromo: Blvd. Agua Caliente 11999, Hipódromo Agua Caliente

Con Binance también puedes comprar y vender criptomonedas

Ahora puedes comprar y vender bitcoins y otras criptomonedas en Binance con la moneda local de Argentina, Colombia, México, Perú, Chile, Uruguay y Venezuela, sin comisiones hasta el 20 de octubre próximo.
La plataforma Binance P2P ha procesado más de 950 millones de dólares en activos financieros, atrayendo a comerciantes y usuarios de todo el mundo.
Para poder realizar estas operaciones solo debes tener una cuenta activa en Binance, verificada y debidamente registrada.
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Criptomonedas no solo generan más posibilidades financieras, logran infraestructura tecnológica

Al principio, estaba Bitcoin y con él, se inventó un nuevo activo. Y con ese nuevo bien intangible, se redefinió la forma en que interactuamos con el capital. Esta nueva forma de abordar el mundo financiero le dio entrada a todo un mundo de nuevas posibilidades para aquellos que, por una u otra circunstancia, no podían hacer parte del sistema heredado en la economía. En esta nota queremos hacer un breve resumen de cómo las criptomonedas gestaron el origen del cambio total a nivel tecnológico y cambiario.
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Septiembre 30.- Con la llegada al mundo de las criptomonedas se dio el nacimiento de un nuevo panorama, uno que muchos no previeron y que no esperaban se sostuviera en el largo del tiempo.
La aparición de Bitcoin inventó un nuevo activo y una nueva infraestructura. A menudo, confundimos los dos roles que desempeña, siendo necesario aclararlos.

Definiendo funciones de Bitcoin

En un comienzo, estaba Bitcoin y con él, se inventó un nuevo activo. Y con ese nuevo activo, se redefinió la forma en que interactuamos con el capital.
Bitcoin logró ambas cosas: Creó una nueva forma de dinero, una que no necesitaba ni bancos centrales ni garantías. Uno que era probablemente escaso y se regía solo por el código de programación y aquellos que lo escribieron y lo ejecutaron.
También creó un nuevo modelo de propiedad, comercio y transacciones. Este nuevo modelo no requirió terceros ni intermediarios.
Significaba que cualquiera podía controlar directamente sus activos y transferirlos de una manera puramente de igual a igual. Una nueva forma de dinero, por lo tanto, un nuevo modelo de propiedad.

Nuevos escenarios gracias a las criptomonedas

Con Bitcoin, también nació una nueva industria: El espacio de las criptomonedas, surgido del mundo blockchain. La creación de bitcoin generó miles de nuevos activos y formas nuevas de interactuar con esos activos.
Aunque estas dos formas de innovación, activos e infraestructura, a menudo se han producido una al lado de la otra y con frecuencia se han producido bajo el mismo estandarte, no deben confundirse.
Los nuevos activos no crean necesariamente nuevas experiencias de propiedad y comercio. Del mismo modo, los nuevos modelos de propiedad y comercio no siempre requieren nuevos activos.
El hecho de que bitcoin marcó la invención tanto de un nuevo activo como de una nueva infraestructura ha sido durante mucho tiempo una fuente de confusión y ha resultado en la fusión de los dos. Es hora de que empecemos a notar la diferencia.
La industria, aunque rara vez lo reconoce, ha ido y venido a lo largo de los años entre priorizar la creación de nuevos activos y priorizar la construcción de nueva infraestructura.

Breve historia de activos e infraestructura criptográfica

El período de 2013 a 2015 vio la aparición de altcoins como Zcash, Monero, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dogecoin y una multitud de otras. Estos representaron nuevos activos.
Algunos de estos nuevos activos también ofrecían a los usuarios formas fundamentalmente nuevas de interactuar con sus activos y entre ellos: privacidad y capacidad de programación, por ejemplo.
Otros no ofrecieron muchas novedades, además de la marca. El universo de las criptomonedas se quedó con muchas bolsas con las que no estaba muy seguro de qué hacer.
De 2015 a 2016, después de haber aprendido la lección de que no todos los activos nuevos son valiosos, gran parte del interés de la industria se centró en la construcción de nueva infraestructura en torno a activos antiguos.
Todo el espacio empresarial blockchain nació. Empresas como R3, Chain, Symbiont y Digital Asset centraron sus esfuerzos en cambiar la plataforma de productos financieros heredados como acciones, bonos, derivados y swaps.
Estas empresas evitaron el desafío de crear nuevos activos. Sin embargo, lo que encontraron fue el problema potencialmente aún mayor de cómo crear nuevos modelos de propiedad y comercio de igual a igual en torno a clases de activos antiguas y arraigadas que hoy dependen de terceros ricos y poderosos.
Cansado de este trabajo, la atención colectiva de los inversores y operadores volvió a los nuevos activos.
2017 y 2018 fueron, como todos recordarán, el año de las ICO: Ofertas Iniciales de Monedas. Tezos, Polkadot y 0x: nuevamente, algunos de estos nuevos activos también ofrecieron experiencias fundamentalmente novedosas para sus nuevos propietarios.
Muchos otros, demasiados para mencionarlos aquí, no lo hicieron. Se había extraído mucho valor en forma de recaudaciones de fondos sin precedentes, pero en muchos casos, no se creó mucho valor, incluso en los casos en que se lanzaron redes y se emitieron activos. El ajuste de cuentas en torno a esto se conoció como “invierno criptográfico”.
Y luego, durante los últimos dos años, vimos un retorno a la innovación en torno a la infraestructura y las experiencias de propiedad y comercio. El aumento de los intercambios descentralizados, la nueva competencia entre los proveedores de billeteras, la creación de protocolos de préstamos y préstamos basados en blockchain.
Todo esto, al igual que su predecesor orientado a la empresa, ha sido mucho más un experimento sobre cómo interactuamos con nuestros activos que un ejercicio para intentar inventar nuevos activos ellos mismos.

Evolución de las criptomonedas

Esta experimentación en finanzas descentralizadas ha resultado fructífera en muchos sentidos. Las personas, aunque un número limitado por ahora, pueden por primera vez realizar operaciones bidireccionales, puramente digitales, sin depender de terceros centralizados para custodiar y custodiar sus activos o proporcionar liquidez.
La principal limitación de esta nueva infraestructura radica en el hecho de que muchos de los activos que son compatibles con ella aún no representan un valor fundamental, duradero y de largo plazo.
Ha surgido un patrón de fluctuación de un lado a otro entre la innovación en los activos criptográficos, el descubrimiento de los desafíos, el giro para construir una infraestructura blockchain y los obstáculos de ida y vuelta.
En poco tiempo (y tal vez antes de lo que se anticipó) veremos este péndulo de interés retroceder de la infraestructura a la innovación en torno a los activos mismos.
De hecho, ya estamos viendo esto en el mundo de las finanzas descentralizadas en movimientos como Uniswap, un proyecto de infraestructura, que emite un token.
El aumento persistente de los tokens comunitarios y de gobernanza en general representa una búsqueda continua de una forma de emitir activos nuevos y descentralizados imbuidos de valor fundamental.
La atención renovada en los tokens no fungibles y la tracción significativa principalmente afiliados a artistas, también indica un retroceso en la dirección del énfasis en los activos.
El resurgimiento de las conversaciones en torno a las “ofertas iniciales de países / divisas” y las monedas digitales de los bancos centrales también representa una posible dirección para trasladar el valor del mundo real al universo digitalmente nativo de las cadenas de bloques.
También esta exploración hará que el interés vuelva a Bitcoin, uno de los pocos activos nativos de blockchain que parece haber demostrado su valor.

Faswet, parte de la historia de activos e infraestructura

Desde sus inicios, Emet constituyó un ecosistema en el que se pudieran dar ambos escenarios: usuarios usando una plataforma de intercambio con la posibilidad de contar con criptomoneda propia: EBG.
De esta forma, Faswet se une a todo el universo que acabamos de describir, donde el recambio no solo ha sido de modelo de llevar las finanzas, sino de cómo nos relacionamos con las plataformas que nos permiten abrir la puerta a este nuevo modelo económico.
Conoce Faswet y disfruta del indudable cambio de la economía de este siglo: https://faswet.com/es
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México ya dispone de un total de 10 cajeros automáticos de criptomonedas

México ya dispone de un total de 10 cajeros automáticos de criptomonedas


En las principales cuidades de México ya se encuentran instalados cajeros automáticos de bitcoin para comprar y vender criptomonedas, según reportó Coin ATM Radar.
Entre las criptomonedas disponibles se encuentran: bitcoin, lightning BTC (LBTC), bitcoin cash (BCH), ether (ETH), dash (DASH), litecoin (LTC), zcash (ZEC), monero (XMR), dogecoin (DOGE), tether (USDT), ripple (XRP).
En la ciudad de México DF, existe un total de 4 dispositivos y en la cuidad de Culiacán 2 más.
Luego le sigue las ciudades de Guadalajara, Monterrey, Santiago de Querétaro y Tijuana con 1 cajero por cuidad.

¿Dónde están ubicados?

Cuidad de México
  • Tienda de historietas Fantástico, en Satélite: Blvd. Manuel Ávila Camacho número 1675, Planta Alta, La Florida
  • Fantástico Cómics: Felix Cuevas número 835
  • Wings Capital: Canal de Miramontes número 3162, Tlalpan
  • Bitcoin Teller en Bitlem (6, Copenhague, Juárez)
Culiacán, Sinaloa
  • Galería San Miguel: Álvaro Obregón número 1880
  • Bitcoin Teller en Vams Coin: Santa Maria 3140-1, Providencia
Guadalajara, Jalisco
  • Fantástico Comic Book Store: Pedro Moreno número 1775, Col. Americana
Monterrey, Nuevo León
  • Comicastle Comic Book Store: Treviño número 405 Poniente, Col. Centro
Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro
  • Comicastle Comic Book Store: Avenida Cuba número 288, Planta Alta, Col. Carretas.
Tijuana, Baja California
  • Galerías Hipódromo: Blvd. Agua Caliente 11999, Hipódromo Agua Caliente

Con Binance también puedes comprar y vender criptomonedas

Ahora puedes comprar y vender bitcoins y otras criptomonedas en Binance con la moneda local de Argentina, Colombia, México, Perú, Chile, Uruguay y Venezuela, sin comisiones hasta el 20 de octubre próximo.
La plataforma Binance P2P ha procesado más de 950 millones de dólares en activos financieros, atrayendo a comerciantes y usuarios de todo el mundo.
Para poder realizar estas operaciones solo debes tener una cuenta activa en Binance, verificada y debidamente registrada.
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México ya dispone de un total de 10 cajeros automáticos de criptomonedas

México ya dispone de un total de 10 cajeros automáticos de criptomonedas


En las principales cuidades de México ya se encuentran instalados cajeros automáticos de bitcoin para comprar y vender criptomonedas, según reportó Coin ATM Radar.
Entre las criptomonedas disponibles se encuentran: bitcoin, lightning BTC (LBTC), bitcoin cash (BCH), ether (ETH), dash (DASH), litecoin (LTC), zcash (ZEC), monero (XMR), dogecoin (DOGE), tether (USDT), ripple (XRP).
En la ciudad de México DF, existe un total de 4 dispositivos y en la cuidad de Culiacán 2 más.
Luego le sigue las ciudades de Guadalajara, Monterrey, Santiago de Querétaro y Tijuana con 1 cajero por cuidad.

¿Dónde están ubicados?

Cuidad de México
  • Tienda de historietas Fantástico, en Satélite: Blvd. Manuel Ávila Camacho número 1675, Planta Alta, La Florida
  • Fantástico Cómics: Felix Cuevas número 835
  • Wings Capital: Canal de Miramontes número 3162, Tlalpan
  • Bitcoin Teller en Bitlem (6, Copenhague, Juárez)
Culiacán, Sinaloa
  • Galería San Miguel: Álvaro Obregón número 1880
  • Bitcoin Teller en Vams Coin: Santa Maria 3140-1, Providencia
Guadalajara, Jalisco
  • Fantástico Comic Book Store: Pedro Moreno número 1775, Col. Americana
Monterrey, Nuevo León
  • Comicastle Comic Book Store: Treviño número 405 Poniente, Col. Centro
Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro
  • Comicastle Comic Book Store: Avenida Cuba número 288, Planta Alta, Col. Carretas.
Tijuana, Baja California
  • Galerías Hipódromo: Blvd. Agua Caliente 11999, Hipódromo Agua Caliente

Con Binance también puedes comprar y vender criptomonedas

Ahora puedes comprar y vender bitcoins y otras criptomonedas en Binance con la moneda local de Argentina, Colombia, México, Perú, Chile, Uruguay y Venezuela, sin comisiones hasta el 20 de octubre próximo.
La plataforma Binance P2P ha procesado más de 950 millones de dólares en activos financieros, atrayendo a comerciantes y usuarios de todo el mundo.
Para poder realizar estas operaciones solo debes tener una cuenta activa en Binance, verificada y debidamente registrada.
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Kaupang Krypto lanserer 23 nye altcoins til salgs!

Altcoinbonanza! Kaupang har lansert 23 nye altcoins du kan kjøpe gjennom vår plattform!
Vi er stolte av å tilby Norges bredeste utvalg av kryptovaluta, og har nå gleden av å kunne tilby 23 nye altcoins du kan kjøpe. Ønsker du å utforske flere mellomstore kryptovalutaer, eller vil ha større mulig avkastning på investeringer? Da er dette en mulighet som bør utforskes! Vi tilbyr nå:
- Algorand - Augur - Basic Attention Token - Bitcoin - Bitcoin Cash - Cardano - Chainlink - Cosmos - Dai - Dogecoin - EOS - Ethereum ("Ether") - Ethereum Classic - Gnosis - ICON - Lisk - Litecoin - Nano - OmiseGO - Orchid - PAX Gold - Qtum - Ripple - Siacoin - Stellar Lumens - Tezos - Tron - waterMelon - WAVES
Legg inn ordre på: https://www.kaupangkrypto.no/handle
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Blockchain Wallet API | How to Manage Your Crypto Wallet - Tokenview

What is a Crypto Wallet?

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency based on blockchain technology, and a cryptocurrency wallet is an application specifically used to manage these assets. The cryptocurrency wallet provides basic financial functions such as the creation of a wallet address, the transfer of cryptocurrency, and the query of the transaction history of each wallet address. Common digital currency wallets include Binance, Cobo and other functions with different functions. Tokenview's application ViewToken has the above-mentioned digital currency wallet function, and can predict the market of virtual currency, and can also help users earn more digital assets through financial management.

Blockchain Digital Currency wallet Classification

Blockchain Wallet API Helps to Manage Your Crypto Wallet

In the development of blockchain digital currency applications, a common question is how to query the balance information of this wallet address? Or in a similar way, how to query the balance information of a specified Bitcoin address? The good news is that many third-party organizations have solved these problems and provided them in the form of wallet balance API, which can be used directly.
Tokenview blockchain API data interface is one of the largest and most popular third-party blockchain digital currency APIs. Provides functions such as broadcast transactions, token information query, wallet service and transaction information. It also provides data on more than 100 mainstream cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Ethereum. Easy to use, and there are Chinese API documentation information. Refer to: https://services.tokenview.com
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Where can you actually SPEND dogecoins? [Please Add on]

When trying to explain dogecoin to people for the first time, the #1 question I get is "Yeah but, can you actually use it to buy things?"
One of the major things that will take Dogecoin to the moon will be people actually using the Ð. For a currency to gain legitimacy, it's got to be spendable. The good news is, there are sites popping up that take the Ð! Some sites also list other sites that take the Ð and serve as directories. Considering how great this community is and how quickly we are growing, the number of transactions and using Ð as real money could really make the difference!

~ ~ ~ Dogecoin Stuff ~ ~ ~

CoinOK - Various Dogecoin Articles cocomfy - Various Dogecoin Articles DogeWow - Dogecoin Shirts KawaiiCrypto - Dogecoin/Crypto Stickers Shibe Mint - Physical Dogecoins

~ ~ ~ Clothing ~ ~ ~

BedlamThreadz - Shirts, Caps and Accessories BitDials - Luxury Watches, Jewelry, Bags etc. ClockworkCrypto - Crypto Clothes and merch CrownLifestyle - Beach Articles, Bikinis, Swimsuits, Towels etc. CryptoBantam - Crypto Clothes Cryptoish - Crypto Shirts CryptoShopper - Crypto Clothes and merch CryptoVerge - Bitcoin Shirts CypherMarket - Crypto Shirts, Bags and Mugs Eat Me Clothing - Huge Clothing Sortiment Encrypted Apparel - Crypto Clothes Frank & Beans - Underwear HippTee - Crypto Shirts KALEIDOO - Vintage Clothing Kryptoez - Socks Krypto Threadz - Crypto Clothes MyCoconutHeart - Women Clothes MyCryptoGear - Crypto Clothes ParkAndFinch - Glasses Print-Ted - Crypto merchandise collection and Design your own shirt Sakama - Leather Jackets & handknotted rugs The DOTA scene - DOTA Merchandise WhaleApparel - Crypto Clothes

~ ~ ~ Donating ~ ~ ~

Animal Neotropical - D5ivRQwT4TU8CEjNBhorpMKSe8bVkMYURQ archive.org - via changelly DogecoinSocksForTheHomeless - 9vnaTWu71XWimFCW3hctSxryQgYg7rRZ7y Doge4FAH - DUCKvJPNT16USvJmWWEwchZpRVHZwm4zRW Immunity Project - DMx7wPZ5ppZDEDWr1XSrpMdMRbGH7LXs97 Kamikaze Comics - DC8Tuid8X3Qwnpo5cvBum19w2LRWXfepqr Onwadan Foundation - via coinpayments.net Tor Project - DGvn1HLeMaCZEZZYUeBWBhUCJiS2hjzbGd

~ ~ ~ Food ~ ~ ~

35North - Extra Virgin Olive Oil Blockchain Coffee - Coffee DrApis - Raw Portuguese Bee Honey HODL Fuel - Coffee and Merch PexPeppers - Hot Sauces SaffronStore - Saffron

~ ~ ~ Gaming ~ ~ ~

8BitDo - French Retro Products Allgamer - Game Servers CJS CD Keys - Steam/Origin/Uplay Games/Keys Gamesonly.at - Steam/Origin/Uplay Games/Keys Keys4Coins - Steam/Origin/Uplay Games/Keys MMOGA - Steam/Origin/Uplay Games/Keys SimRai - Game Servers

~ ~ ~ Gift Cards ~ ~ ~

Bidali - Various Gift Cards Bitrefill - 750+ Gift Cards CoinCards - Huge Selection of Gift Cards GiftOff - Gift Cards

~ ~ ~ Smoking ~ ~ ~

101Vape - Vape Products Frontier Vapor - Vape Accessories RX Vape - Vape Products Vape Crypto - Vape Products VapePENstore - Vape Products Vaposhop - Vape Products Vapour Depot - Vape Products

~ ~ ~ Tech Stores ~ ~ ~

ArgoMall - Philippine Online Tech Store, Smartphones, TVs, Laptops, etc. DS Tec - Spanish Online Tech Store Ecosystems - Huge selection of Tech Articles FastTech - Wide Variety of Tech Articles

~ ~ ~ Traveling ~ ~ ~

Bitcoin.travel - Flight and Hotel Booking Greitai - Lithuanian Travel Site with Flight and Hotel Booking MoreStamps - Flight and Hotel Booking Travala - Hotel Booking Trippki - Hotel Booking

~ ~ ~ VPN/Proxy ~ ~ ~

AzireVPN - VPN BlackVPN - VPN CactusVPN - VPN DeepWebVPN - VPN HideMy.name - VPN PureVPN - VPN SaferVPN - VPN Surfshark - VPN TorGuard - VPN

~ ~ ~ Web Hosting ~ ~ ~

97cents - Web Hosting AbacoHosting - Web Hosting CoinHost - Web Hosting CryptoCloudHosting - Web Hosting Flokinet - Web Hosting HosterBox - Web Hosting Host Havoc - Web Hosting & Game Servers Hosting.co.uk - Web Hosting Hostinger - Web Hosting Hostsailor - Web Hosting Hostwinds - Web Hosting Motov - Web Hosting Privex - Private Cloud Hosting Snel - VPS THCservers - Web Hosting QHoster - Web Hosting

~ ~ ~ Misc ~ ~ ~

247bits - Crypto Cold Storage Cards AlmightyBoost - All Natural Male Testosterone Booster BitCars - Luxury Cars and Oldtimers BitStickers - Cryptocurrency Stickers BitStore - General Store with option to pay literally everything you want online with Dogecoin BlockchainAdventures - "Toshi to the moon" book and merch BP Fragrance - Dutch perfumes shop Bullion79 - Gold Coins, Gold Bars, etc. CleanItSupply - Cleaning Supplies Coinvibe - Crypto Merch CryptoArt - Crypto Art CryptoContactLenses - Contact Lenses CryptoLife - Crypto Merch CryptoMined - Crypto Mining Equipment Crypto Posters - Crypto Posters, shirts, hats, phone cases CryptoUniverse - Crypto Mining Equipment GPS Tracking Made Easy - Easy & Simple GPS Tracker Kits Jobgate - Job Market payed with Dogecoins Lue's House of International Decor - Decor Articles Lynx Art Collection - Art MobiSun - Solar Panels, Power Banks, Solar Generators Molecule Store - Various Articles about molecules Olympian Bitcoin - Crypto Merch Peername - Blockchain-Based Domain Names Pi-Supply - Raspberry Pi and accessories ShopOfThings - Electronic Tech Parts SugarTrends - Huge local stores online marketplace ThaiBaM - Coffee, Tea, Oils, Balms etc. TormentBox - Various prank articles like glitter letters etc. WikiLeaks Shop - Official Shirts, Mugs, Stickers, Posters, etc.
Disclaimer:

All links are provided with the best of my knowledge.Please make sure to check the shops listed here yourself again, before spending your Dogecoins there.In no way should the admin of this website be responsible for any fraudulently activities from any listed shop.

Thanks to Dimi for the links
DimiFWDonate: D62WT9ebWbVW8QtBE57TE8CUaH3s95T3dN
📷
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Kava In the News

Kava "In The News" Media Tracker:
This is a thread to track noteworthy Kava mentions within the news!
This thread will not include "copy & paste" news - meaning, and article that was taken from somewhere else and republished.
(Kava does like when that happens, but this thread is meant to track original stories only!)

Featured Articles:


[News Mentions by month/quarter!]

July (2020)

Mentions

June (2020)

Mentions

May (2020)

April (2020)

March (2020)

February (2020)

January (2020)

December (2019)

November (2019)

October (2019)

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Mining and Dogecoin - Some FAQs

Hey shibes,
I see a lot of posts about mining lately and questions about the core wallet and how to mine with it, so here are some facts!
Feel free to add information to that thread or correct me if I did any mistake.

You downloaded the core wallet

Great! After a decade it probably synced and now you are wondering how to get coins? Bad news: You don't get coins by running your wallet, even running it as a full node. Check what a full node is here.
Maybe you thought so, because you saw a very old screenshot of a wallet, like this (Version 1.2). This version had a "Dig" tab where you can enter your mining configuration. The current version doesn't have this anymore, probably because it doesn't make sense anymore.

You downloaded a GPU/CPU miner

Nice! You did it, even your antivirus system probably went postal and you started covering all your webcams... But here is the bad news again: Since people are using ASIC miners, you just can't compete with your CPU hardware anymore. Even with your more advanced GPU you will have a hard time. The hashrate is too high for a desktop PC to compete with them. The blocks should be mined every 1 minute (or so) and that's causing the difficulty to go up - and we are out... So definitly check what is your hashrate while you are mining, you would need about 1.5 MH/s to make 1 Doge in 24 hours!

Mining Doge

Let us start with a quote:
"Dogecoin Core 1.8 introduces AuxPoW from block 371,337. AuxPoW is a technology which enables miners to submit work done while mining other coins, as work on the Dogecoin block chain."
- langerhans
What does this mean? You could waste your hashrate only on the Dogecoin chain, probably find never a block, but when, you only receive about 10.000 Dogecoins, currently worth about $25. Or you could apply your hashrate to LTC and Doge (and probably even more) at the same time. Your change of solving the block (finding the nonce) is your hashrate divided by the hashrat in sum - and this is about the same for Doge and LTC. This means you will always want to submit your work to all chains available!

Mining solo versus pool

So let's face it - mining solo won't get you anywhere, so let's mine on a pool! If you have a really bad Hashrate, please consider that: Often you need about $1 or $2 worth of crypto to receive a payout (without fees). This means, you have to get there. With 100 MH/s on prohashing, it takes about 6 days, running 24/7 to get to that threshold. Now you can do the math... 1 MH/s = 1000 KH/s, if you are below 1 MH/s, you probably won't have fun.

Buying an ASIC

You found an old BTC USB-miner with 24 GH/s (1 GH/s = 1000 MH/s) for $80 bucks - next stop lambo!? Sorry, bad news again, this hashrate is for SHA-256! If you want to mine LTC/Doge you will need a miner using scrypt with quite lower numbers on the hashrate per second, so don't fall for that. Often when you have a big miner (= also loud), you get more Hashrate per $ spent on the miner, but most will still run on a operational loss, because the electricity is too expensive and the miners will be outdated soon again. Leading me to my next point...

Making profit

You won't make money running your miner. Just do the math: What if you would have bougth a miner 1 year ago? Substract costs for electricity and then compare to: What if you just have bought coins. In most cases you would have a greater profit by just buying coins, maybe even with a "stable" coin like Doges.

Cloud Mining

Okay, this was a lot of text and you are still on the hook? Maybe you are desperated enough to invest in some cloud mining contract... But this isn't a good idea either, because most of such contracts are scams based on a ponzi scheme. You often can spot them easy, because they guarantee way to high profits, or they fake payouts that never happened, etc.
Just a thought: If someone in a subway says to you: Give me $1 and lets meet in one year, right here and I give you $54,211,841, you wouldn't trust him and if some mining contract says they will give you 5% a day it is basically the same.
Also rember the merged mining part. Nobody would offer you to mine Doges, they would offer you to buy a hashrate for scrypt that will apply on multiple chains.

Alternative coins

Maybe try to mine a coin where you don't have ASICs yet, like Monero and exchange them to Doge. If somebody already tried this - feel free to add your thoughts!

Folding at Home (Doge)

Some people say folding at home (FAH - https://www.dogecoinfah.com/) still the best. I just installed the tool and it says I would make 69.852 points a day, running on medium power what equates to 8 Doges. It is easy, it was fun, but it isn't much.
Thanks for reading
_nformant
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What are the top #10 crypto coins everyone should know?

Top 10 Crypto Coins you might not (yet) have heard about (but are important to know)

Ever heard of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and maybe Ether? That‘s a rather rhetorical question as you have somehow found your way to this article. Knowledge about the existence of crypto currencies, mostly about bitcoin is part of the technology mainstream. About 9 out of 10 Americans have knowledge about bitcoin as latest enquiries show. That raises two interesting questions:

1) How far along the way is the mass adoption of crypto currencies worldwide?

Everybody knowing about something should mean also everybody using it, correct? For bitcoin (and also other crytos) that does not seem to be true. There are around 35 million bitcoin wallets worldwide and around 50 million bitcoin users. That is not even 1% of our global population. Bitcoin and other cryptos are still not part of everyday life for the majority of humanity. If this feels different for you you might be living in a bubble. The adoption however is an important measure when it comes to anticipating a future price increase in the value of bitcoin. Which leads us to the second interesting question:

2) What are the crypto coins that are less well known but still show potential

Besides bitcoin there are other crypto currencies, also called alternative coins or altcoins. Bitcoin is the dominant crypto coin capturing a overall market cap of around 70% – 75%. This means that from all investments done into cryptos around 70% – 75% are placed into bitcoins. Whenever there is a bull rally in the markets, altcoins tend to outperform the market leader bitcoin. Imagine this effect similarly to the S&P 500 Index encompassing the top 500 US companies. When the S&P 500 Index value increases 1% this can mean that one index constituent actually increased by 30% in value pushing the overall index value.
Here a list of interesting altcoins you might want to follow more closely in the future (not connected to any type of investment advice whatsoever):
Waves (WAVES)
Waves is the coin of the Waves platform, a blockchain platform for custom tokens. Custom tokens target a mass market and allow users with limited technical knowledge to build virtually any type of use case based on the token. Waves USP is user friendliness as well that reflects in their lite wallet as well.
Vertcoin (VTC)
Vertcoin calls itself the peoples coin which refers to Vertcoin‘s goal to be so easy that everyday people with desktop computers can mine Vertcoin. Vertcoin, on the market since 2014, aimed to equal out disadvantages of bitcoin by for example applying a proof-of-work mechanism with Lyra2REv3 as underlying hash function.
PotCoin (POT)
PotCoin aims to become the number one currency for the constantly growing cannabis industry. The initial idea was to have a payment method in place that would facilitate transactions in the legal marijuana industry – a industry still underserved by the classical banking sector. In 2015 PotCoin moved to a proof-of-stake mechanism.
Monero (XMR)
Monero‘s focus is anonymity. Unlike for example bitcoin, money in- and outflows are not publicly visible on Monero‘s blockchain. Transaction mining is also not possible as Monero is mixing transaction in such a manner that is basically impossible to reverse engineer useful information out of the data.
Komodo (KMD)
Komodo, in its core based on bitcoins blockchain, was launched to equal out the many disadvantages of Bitcoin. The ambition of Komodo reflects in the vast amount of features and coming features this coin is equipped with. Komodo started by allowing for real anonymity in transactions.
Dogecoin (DOGE)
Dogecoin started as a joke, as a parody to Bitcoin and its skyrocking success. In its core Dogecoin is similar to bitcoin or litecoin respectively. The biggest difference however is that (unlikes bitcoins 21 million coins limit) there is no limit for mining Dogecoins.
DigiByte (DGB)
If you feel that bitcoin is slow, insecure and bulky then DigiByte should be your coin of choice. It was created having mainly cybersecurity in mind. DigiByte is several times faster compared to Bitcoin and the coins have very favorable security features build in making it safer to use and creating use-cases in the IoT space for example.
Decred (DCR)
Decred is bringing grasroot democracy to the crypto world. With Bitcoin the complete power over the blockchain is in the hand of the miners. With Decred this power is split within the stakeholders (developers, miners and investors) by a transparent reward system. In addition to that Decred has many innovative features build in.
Dash (DASH)
Dash coin was designed with keeping an eye on user privacy. Transactions are not publicly accessible and mixed in a manner that it‘s impossible to reverse engineer. Dash became famous when they offered easy accessibility to their network for the inhabitants of Venezuela during their economic crisis.
BlackCoin (BLK)
BlackCoin was build with the focus to be fully working on the Proof-of-Stake principle, making it very fast in validating transactions. That not only makes it fun to use but is actually creating use-cases such as in e-commerce where a fast payment confirmation is critical.
Litecoin (LTC)
Litecoin was build as a competitor to Bitcoin and is one of the best known altcoins. Litecoin is fast in creating blocks (2,5 minutes) making validating transactions faster as well. Mining is distributed among the miners much better than bitcoin making centralisation much harder.
The featured coins here are subject to many risk factors including full or partial loss of value. The feature is not intended to serve as investment advice.

Are you among the winning early adopters?

All mentioned coins can be used to purchase anonymous domains and related anonymous webservices on our website BitDomain.BIZ. The reason for that is that early adoption has proven to be a winning strategy in the crypto space. That is why at BitDomain.BIZ we are constantly accepting new and promising crypto coins to purchase our anonymous digital publishing services.
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What are the top #10 crypto coins everyone should know?

Top 10 Crypto Coins you might not (yet) have heard about (but are important to know)

Ever heard of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and maybe Ether? That‘s a rather rhetorical question as you have somehow found your way to this article. Knowledge about the existence of crypto currencies, mostly about bitcoin is part of the technology mainstream. About 9 out of 10 Americans have knowledge about bitcoin as latest enquiries show. That raises two interesting questions:

1) How far along the way is the mass adoption of crypto currencies worldwide?

Everybody knowing about something should mean also everybody using it, correct? For bitcoin (and also other crytos) that does not seem to be true. There are around 35 million bitcoin wallets worldwide and around 50 million bitcoin users. That is not even 1% of our global population. Bitcoin and other cryptos are still not part of everyday life for the majority of humanity. If this feels different for you you might be living in a bubble. The adoption however is an important measure when it comes to anticipating a future price increase in the value of bitcoin. Which leads us to the second interesting question:

2) What are the crypto coins that are less well known but still show potential

Besides bitcoin there are other crypto currencies, also called alternative coins or altcoins. Bitcoin is the dominant crypto coin capturing a overall market cap of around 70% – 75%. This means that from all investments done into cryptos around 70% – 75% are placed into bitcoins. Whenever there is a bull rally in the markets, altcoins tend to outperform the market leader bitcoin. Imagine this effect similarly to the S&P 500 Index encompassing the top 500 US companies. When the S&P 500 Index value increases 1% this can mean that one index constituent actually increased by 30% in value pushing the overall index value.
Here a list of interesting altcoins you might want to follow more closely in the future (not connected to any type of investment advice whatsoever):
Waves (WAVES)
Waves is the coin of the Waves platform, a blockchain platform for custom tokens. Custom tokens target a mass market and allow users with limited technical knowledge to build virtually any type of use case based on the token. Waves USP is user friendliness as well that reflects in their lite wallet as well.
Vertcoin (VTC)
Vertcoin calls itself the peoples coin which refers to Vertcoin‘s goal to be so easy that everyday people with desktop computers can mine Vertcoin. Vertcoin, on the market since 2014, aimed to equal out disadvantages of bitcoin by for example applying a proof-of-work mechanism with Lyra2REv3 as underlying hash function.
PotCoin (POT)
PotCoin aims to become the number one currency for the constantly growing cannabis industry. The initial idea was to have a payment method in place that would facilitate transactions in the legal marijuana industry – a industry still underserved by the classical banking sector. In 2015 PotCoin moved to a proof-of-stake mechanism.
Monero (XMR)
Monero‘s focus is anonymity. Unlike for example bitcoin, money in- and outflows are not publicly visible on Monero‘s blockchain. Transaction mining is also not possible as Monero is mixing transaction in such a manner that is basically impossible to reverse engineer useful information out of the data.
Komodo (KMD)
Komodo, in its core based on bitcoins blockchain, was launched to equal out the many disadvantages of Bitcoin. The ambition of Komodo reflects in the vast amount of features and coming features this coin is equipped with. Komodo started by allowing for real anonymity in transactions.
Dogecoin (DOGE)
Dogecoin started as a joke, as a parody to Bitcoin and its skyrocking success. In its core Dogecoin is similar to bitcoin or litecoin respectively. The biggest difference however is that (unlikes bitcoins 21 million coins limit) there is no limit for mining Dogecoins.
DigiByte (DGB)
If you feel that bitcoin is slow, insecure and bulky then DigiByte should be your coin of choice. It was created having mainly cybersecurity in mind. DigiByte is several times faster compared to Bitcoin and the coins have very favorable security features build in making it safer to use and creating use-cases in the IoT space for example.
Decred (DCR)
Decred is bringing grasroot democracy to the crypto world. With Bitcoin the complete power over the blockchain is in the hand of the miners. With Decred this power is split within the stakeholders (developers, miners and investors) by a transparent reward system. In addition to that Decred has many innovative features build in.
Dash (DASH)
Dash coin was designed with keeping an eye on user privacy. Transactions are not publicly accessible and mixed in a manner that it‘s impossible to reverse engineer. Dash became famous when they offered easy accessibility to their network for the inhabitants of Venezuela during their economic crisis.
BlackCoin (BLK)
BlackCoin was build with the focus to be fully working on the Proof-of-Stake principle, making it very fast in validating transactions. That not only makes it fun to use but is actually creating use-cases such as in e-commerce where a fast payment confirmation is critical.
Litecoin (LTC)
Litecoin was build as a competitor to Bitcoin and is one of the best known altcoins. Litecoin is fast in creating blocks (2,5 minutes) making validating transactions faster as well. Mining is distributed among the miners much better than bitcoin making centralisation much harder.
The featured coins here are subject to many risk factors including full or partial loss of value. The feature is not intended to serve as investment advice.

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Initiative Q, Un Successeur Au Bitcoin ?

Initiative Q n’est en aucune façon une cryptomonnaie, mais il pourrait bien s’agir du nouveau Bitcoin.En tout juste quatre mois, le « système de paiement du futur » a construit un réseau de près de 3 millions d’utilisateurs.
Initiative Q, Un Successeur Au Bitcoin ?
Même si le site attire plus de 100 000 nouveaux utilisateurs par jour, le processus d’inscription (par invitation uniquement) a immédiatement été critiqué par des sceptiques, qui ont comparés cette monnaie globale ambitieuse à un système pyramidal.
En effet, Initiative Q demande quelques informations numériques, que beaucoup d’adeptes d’Internet partagent sans problème avec de nombreuses entreprises, dont certaines utilisent des politiques de confidentialité bien inférieures.
Même s’il est toujours important de bien réfléchir à toute décision financière que l’on se voit proposer, une entreprise ne peut pas exister en tant que système pyramidal sans information (encore moins sans argent) à transmettre vers le haut de la pyramide. La réalité concernant cette entreprise est bien moins polémique que ce que les cyniques voudraient faire croire. L’argent n’a tout simplement pas de valeur sans une valeur perçue : c’est le cas pour les dollars, les livres, et tout autre monnaie. D’autres entreprises opportunistes comme le Dogecoin ont créé contre toute attente quelque chose d’immense valeur. Il n’est donc pas impossible qu’Initiative Q suive le même chemin.
Selon Saar Wilf, le fondateur d’Initiative Q, « il ne s’agit pas d’une quelconque combine douteuse pour devenir riche rapidement, et je pense que c’est de là que vient la confusion. Il faut atteindre une masse critique pour créer une monnaie, et c’est ce que nous essayons de faire ». Wilf est le créateur de systèmes intégrés de vérification des transactions en ligne et de prévention de la fraude achetés par la suite par Paypal, et, pour lui, Q est possible, mais pas inévitable.
« Le monde a besoin d’un meilleur système de paiement » a-t-il affirmé « nous somme empêtrés dans les infrastructures existantes, et la seule autre solution serait de se tourner vers les cryptomonnaies, qui, à mon avis, ne répondent pas aux vrais problèmes. Les cryptos, comme toutes les monnaies, ont construit leur valeur sur la confiance, mais sont coupées des gouvernements. Cela permet de contourner le système, ce qui peut être aussi mauvais que bon, comme beaucoup s’en rendent sans doute compte. Nous voulons que Q devienne quelque chose de commun, et c’est pour cela que nous le distribuons gratuitement pour ceux qui souhaitent en faire la publicité ».
« Rien n’a de valeur tant que la population ne l’a pas adopté, et notre stratégie était donc toute tracée. Gagner la confiance des utilisateurs a toujours été et sera toujours notre plus grand défi, mais nous n’en abuserons jamais. Nous prévoyons d’adhérer aux réglementations tout en rendant les choses bien plus efficaces qu’actuellement ».
« Nous voulons à la fois faciliter et accélérer les procédures financières pour que les gens puissent payer un repas comme ils payent pour un trajet en Uber, et utiliser l’intelligence artificielle pour permettre à des familles et à des entreprises de partager des comptes. Nous souhaitons créer une monnaie internationale qui puisse être échangée et partagée sans les procédures peu appropriées qui sont actuellement en place et coûtent tant de temps et d’argent. Nous voulons utiliser la technologie pour rendre les transactions plus judicieuses et plus sécurisées ».
Certains experts financiers ne sont cependant pas convaincus. Selon Mike Rymanov, PDG de Digital Securities Exchange (DSX), « l’appât du gain et le faible risque perçu attireront sans doute de nombreux utilisateurs, mais puisqu’il s’agit plus d’une technologie que d’un réseau de paiement, ils seront finalement déçus de voir leur boîte mail se remplir de spam et leurs comptes rester vides. Initiative Q tente de justifier son existence et son approche marketing par un lancement théâtral, mais il lui manque deux éléments-clé : un véritable produit, et un contrôle réglementaire. Avant de pouvoir devenir une option viable pour des investisseurs, l’entreprise devra s’assurer de remplir toutes les exigences de toutes les juridictions dans lesquelles elle opèrera, ce qui peut prendre et prendra des années. Pour l’instant, il est tout simplement trop tôt pour d’engager ».
Rymanov ne se trompe pas : Initiative Q, qui ne compte pour l’instant que 8 employés et ne possède aucune véritable monnaie, n’est pas vraiment l’opportunité rêvée pour devenir riche rapidement. Mais ce n’est pas pour ça qu’il faut automatiquement la jeter aux oubliettes.
Comme toute évolution numérique, rien ne se fait en un jour. La valeur d’un Q, que la compagnie espère voir atteindre est un dollar en dix ans, et dépend de qui l’évalue. L’échéancier d’Initiative ne prévoit rien, espère tout, et pourtant s’engage à utiliser les toutes dernières technologies pour faire émerger une nouvelle monnaie globale. La capacité de créer Bitcoin, mais en mieux : est-ce que ça ne vaut pas une adresse e-mail après tout ?
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Como empezar a ganar dinero por internet

Como empezar a ganar dinero por internet

Como empezar a ganar dinero por internet

hoy les traigo una guía de como empezar a ganar dinero por internet mediante el uso de faucets, esta es una pequeña guía para nuevos emprendedores que quieren empezar en el negocio de las criptomonedas y no saben por donde empezar.

Que es una Criptomoneda

Las criptomonedas son un tipo de moneda digital, que son aquellas que no existen de forma física pero que sirven como moneda de intercambio, permitiendo transacciones instantáneas a través de internet y sin importar las fronteras.
En el año 2009 apareció la primera criptomoneda completamente descentralizada, el Bitcoin, que fue creado por Satoshi Nakamoto junto con el software que los sustenta (blockchain). A día de hoy no se sabe quién está detrás del nombre del creador. La aparición del bitcoin fue tan innovadora que los términos de Criptomoneda y Bitcoin se funden en uno sólo y es indistinto hablar de una sin la otra.
En nuestros días, han aparecido más criptomonedas basadas en la pionera Bitcoin, que se conocen como altcoin, algunas de ellas son Namecoin (2011), Litecoin (2011) o Peercoin (2012)

Que es un faucet

Un faucet es un sistema de recompensa que regala cantidades pequeñas de criptomonedas.
las faucets son páginas web o aplicaciones para móviles. El significado de faucet en español es grifo, por lo que también es usual encontrarlos así en foros o páginas web sobre bitcoin.
Las faucets de bitcoin nacieron con la intención de promocionar las criptomonedas, difundir cómo funciona bitcoin y ponerla al alcance de todos sin necesidad de conocimientos tecnológicos ni de equipos potentes. El primer grifo fue creado por Gavin Andresen en 2010 y se llamaba bitcoin faucet. Inicialmente regalaba 5 bitcoins por visita.
Los grifos bitcoin se financian mediante publicidad y a través de donaciones. Actualmente siguen siendo muy populares y se han convertido en casi en una tradición que se ha extendido a otras criptomonedas, desde Bitcoin Cash a Dogecoin.

Por que empezar con faucets

Las faucets surgieron para intentar dar a conocer las criptomonedas a un mayor público. Por tanto, son una herramienta perfecta si quieres empezar a tener criptomonedas sin realizar ninguna inversión. Son perfectos para aprender para qué sirven las criptomonedas**, cómo funcionan las transacciones y los monederos de las criptomonedas** o incluso saber cómo trabajan los exchanges bitcoin.
Además, indirectamente, puede suponer una fuente de ingresos a largo plazo. Hace 8 años, en 2010, cuando el bitcoin apenas valía un centavo de dolar, se creó el primer faucet que regalaba 5 BTC por visita.
¿Te imaginas obtener hoy en día 5 BTC? Si una persona los hubiera mantenido, tendría más de 30.000 euros o 35.000 dólares americanos en criptomonedas. Si los hubiera vendido en diciembre de 2017, cuando bitcoin alcanzó su precio más alto, habría ganado más de 100.000 dólares.
¿Quién dice que el bitcoin no continuará subiendo? Si confías en las criptomonedas, no tienes excusas para no usar las faucets bitcoin.

Como funcionan los faucets

Todos las faucets de criptomonedas son muy similares y aunque pueden existir variaciones, suelen funcionar de manera muy similar:
  1. Ingresar en la página.
  2. Escribir la dirección de tu monedero bitcoin en un campo de texto.
  3. Completar un captcha o antibot para demostrar que eres humano.
  4. Pulsar un botón para reclamar tu recompensa.
Las faucet están vinculadas a un registro o a un monedero(WALLET). Cada vez que reclames criptomonedas, estos se sumarán a los que ya tienes en tu cuenta. Es decir, actúan de manera acumulativa.
En ocasiones tanto el captcha como el botón para reclamar tus criptomonedas están ocultos entre la publicidad. Con un poco de atención se encuentran sin dificultad. Si notas algún problema a la hora de reclamar tus criptomonedas, recargar la página suele solucionarlo, ya que los captcha pueden bloquearse.
Una vez se utiliza un grifo de criptomonedas, es necesario esperar un tiempo para volver a usarlo. Dicha periodicidad depende de la faucet. Existen algunos que puedes reclamar cada 5 minutos y otros en los que es necesario esperar varias horas. Normalmente a mayor espera, mayores serán las ganancias.
Las recompensas de las faucets acumulativas son modestas, pero son el recurso ideal para las personas que quieran iniciarse en el mundo de la criptomonedas. Con un poco de constancia empezarás a ver ganancias.
Algunos faucet de criptomonedas tienen la opción de multiplicar las ganancias participando en algún juego de azar. Por lo general, puedes perder todo lo obtenido, por lo que no siempre es recomendable utilizar estas opciones.

¿Cómo ganar en una faucet bitcoin?

Para ganar criptomonedas con un faucet únicamente necesitas un monedero(WALLET). en este caso no orientaremos al uso de Coinpot. Este microwallet está integrado con varias faucet. Cuando reclames tus criptomonedas estas se transferirán automáticamente a tu monedero Coinpot. Más adelante en este artículo hablaremos de dichos faucets.

Faucets para Coinpot 2020

Coinpot es un microwallet gratuito para enviar, guardar y recibir criptomonedas. A día de hoy soporta Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dash (DASH), Dogecoin (DOGE) y Litecoin (LTC), aunque está en constante crecimiento.
Una de sus principales ventajas es su integración con diferentes grifos de bitcoin, lo que le ha otorgado una gran popularidad. Es decir, cuando utilices una de las faucets bitcoin asociadas, tus ganancias se transferirán de manera automática a tu monedero Coinpot.
Todos los grifos para Coinpot, son faucets sin mínimo de retiro, ya que tu saldo se transferirá a tu cuenta de Coinpot. Además, son seguras y fáciles de usar.
Abrir una cuenta en Coinpot es sencillo y gratuito. Únicamente te solicita un correo electrónico y una contraseña. Es muy importante que el correo electrónico que indiques sea el mismo que utilices en las faucets, ya que es lo utiliza para asociar las cuentas. Puedes registrarte en el siguiente enlace: Coinpot
En los últimos meses han ido integrando nuevas funcionalidades como: Un multiplicador, un sistema de lotería, un sistema de minado de criptomonedas o una criptomoneda propia (Coinpot Token).
A principios de 2019 incorporaron un nuevo sistema de recompensas. Según tu actividad en sus diferentes faucets o en sus funcionalidades, recibirás pagos en Coinpot Tokens. Estos tokens podrás convertirlos más tarde en la criptomoneda que prefieras.
LISTA DE FAUCETS
Una vez ayas creado tu cuenta coinpot ya puedes empezar a usar los siguientes faucets solo necesitas escribir el correo electrónico con el que creaste tu cuenta coinpot sin necesidad de ningún registro y tus ganancias se transferirán directamente a tu cuenta coinpot.

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-----------------------------------------------------Moon Dogecoin--------------------------------------------------

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-------------------------------------------------------Moon Dash------------------------------------------------------

Una recomendación personal es de mi parte es que uses los 5 faucets solo te llevara unos 10-15minutos reclamar todas las recompensas.
También aconsejo usar un navegador como Brave Browser si quieres ver mayores ganancias, pues este navegador te paga por solo usarlo y si vas a usar estos faucets no esta demás un ingreso extra.

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------------------------------------------------------Brave Browser---------------------------------------------------

Brave Browser es un navegador muy cómodo y ademas muy seguro a la hora de navegar por internet, Brave Browser paga a sus usuarios por usar su navegador en su propia moneda BAT tokens la cual puede cambiarse por casi cualquier tipo de moneda.
Espero Les aya resultado util esta guía pronto estaré trayéndoles nuevos métodos y tips para triunfar en el mundo de la criptomoneda.

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Apparently, Christmas is on Halloween this year! :) [Winner's Thread #35]

Where to start? I think my first post-realization post pretty much sums it up. I guess it's a tasteful combination of surprised shock - because I'm the unluckiest fool on Earth when it comes to these things, I've never so much as won a sticker in a tombola -, guilt - I used to participate pretty regularly in this sub, but the last couple months I kinda lost track of it. I almost didn't participate actually, as I think the last winner or two probably didn't get the usual couple $ from me (I'll make up for it!), and only really commented because I thought the rake thing was funny -, and elation - as this couldn't have come at a better time. Winning is the kind of thing that I daydream about, and I love the idea of the community participating in making others' lives easier. This sub and its concept is awesome, and I love being a part of it (even when I don't win)!
I don't usually like to talk much about myself online, but y'all deserve to know a bit about who you're helping out :-) So, I'm 33, I live in Belgium. I'm a biologist, I have a cat, 4 birds, and a husband. My username is actually partially based off the name of one of my pets, Kiwi, a little conure that I helped save when she was a baby birb. Love of my life (sorry, hubby!). Life has been overall good, I know I'm lucky compared to many people, despite things being a bit rough and complicated recently, having a hard time finding work and such. We're not rich, but we have a roof over our heads and food on the table, and we've even been able to splurge a bit for our wedding this summer (well, more the honeymoon than the wedding itself, tbh), thanks to our friends who helped out. I might not have much, but I try to be generous with what I do have, and to be a positive addition to the lives of people I cross.
So what am I going to do with all these sudden riches? Well there was a nice little luxury villa in the Bahamas I had my eye on... More seriously, a good part will probably go to helping pay some bills that just popped up, like my kitty's recent vet visit, and rent which has just gone up. Then according to what's left, I would love to be able to take my husband out to a nice restaurant or a concert he's been eyeing, because he's a good man and I can't gift him these things as often as I'd like. Then, if it's possible, I'd love to fly over to see my brother, who lives in another country, and get to see my nephew for his birthday. We'll see what's possible :-) either way, I'm so grateful to all of you!
I just want to end with a big shout-out: to the mods, who are really friendly and do a great job a running this sub, and and u/lilfruini in particular who so patiently helped work through timezone and technical issues; to the community as a whole, for making this kind of thing possible, and restoring faith in humanity's ability to share and care about others; and of course, last but not least, to all of you, whether you donate or just leave a friendly comment, for bringing a smile to my face today and whenever I'll be raking my leaves :-)
Cheers to all of you!!
PS: Haiku!
It seems I have won Amazing rakes incoming! Leaves on lawn no more.
Edit: I'm blown away by the generosity. Every single one of you are amazing people! I hope you have a fantastic day <3
Edit 2: [Updated again!] As per request, here are the winnings so far :-)
Total = $1876.18
Thank you so much everyone, you're amazing!! I'm trying to answer and thank all of you personally ❤ I'm sending out big hugs also to those who have donated without leaving comments below, thank you so much! And also, a special high-five to one of you who sent me a PayPal request for a 1$ payment :-D don't worry about it, happens to the best of us and I had a good laugh :-D Cheers everyone! ❤
Edit 3 & 4: Kitty tax! and some birdy pics
This part is written by the mods:

All of the amounts below should result in lilikiwi receiving about $1 USD.

Methods of payment:


Tipbots

| Guide | Amount | Comment this to donate
:- | :- | :- | :-
Tippr | Guide | $1 | “tippr $1”
ChainTip | Guide | $1 | “chaintip”, then send $1 to the address

Cryptocurrency transfer

| Guide | Amount | Address (click for QR Code)
:- | :- | :- | :- | :-
Bitcoin Cash | Guide | 0.0023 BCH | bitcoincash:qqhycmf72aej5vrt79ttr2p6wsapf4cyuyv4t559dr
Handcash | Guide | $1 | $LILIWIKI2018 (for QR code, see Bitcoin Cash)
Bitcoin | Guide | 0.00016 BTC | 12GNZdCJCd5pummCSLfFs6D3TtAzNPQjQ3
Litecoin | Guide | 0.019 LTC | LKQrVGmJgMYPyxWT2vGNjSJXwKUgLojvQM
Ethereum | Guide | 0.0050 Ether | 0x55CDd28c2847b457Be8bc98C285fd945574BF9B7
Dogecoin | Guide | 225 Doge | DPn8m1Gfo1waFaaBuCHAe7UmrPMLcbA96i
Steem | Guide | 1.23 Steem | @millmakers

Cash transfer

| Guide | Amount | Address
:- | :- | :- | :-
PayPal | Guide | $1* | [email protected]

* - Transfer fee from U.S. to Europe varies depending on the amount, see this link
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Relictum Pro project. Blockchain for everyone

Relictum Pro project. Blockchain for everyone
https://relictum.pro/cabinet/docs/whitepaper_en.pdf
Relictum Pro allows you to confirm transactions within the network of current cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, etc. Transaction confirmations happen instantly. Even if Bitcoin has not reach the owner, a user can already immediately dispose of it.
The possibility to integrate third-party accounting systems, and documentation into the Relictum Pro platform.
Relictum Pro, cannot be compared with existing projects at the moment. Relictum Pro does not have the concept of “comparison with competitors,” since, bearing in mind the problems of modern network organization, HyperNet does not use it anywhere in the way it is currently presented.

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Instant Crypto Exchange Flyp.me Adds USD Coin (USDC) Stablecoin Cryptocurrency

We've done it again and added another major addition to our already stacked digital asset offerings! USD Coin (USDC), a Coinbase-developed stablecoin with big backing from some of the crypto world’s biggest names, is now tradable on Flyp.me.
This addition gives Flyp.me users a major leg up in the ever-important quest for digital asset liquidity and mobility. Want to send your stablecoin balance between Flyp.me and Coinbase? No problem! How about sending USDC to Binance through Flyp.me? Easy.
Best of all, Flyp.me does not require an account to trade USDC. The process for grabbing some USDC with Flyp.me couldn’t be easier.
At no point do you enter your private keys, or give any information other than your public wallet address. So, what makes the USDC stablecoin special compared to other stable cryptocurrencies out there like Tether (USDT)? Here is a quick overview of USDC stablecoin and why this one is truly a game-changer for current and future Flyp.me traders.
USDC — Not Your Average Stablecoin
Of all the brand names in the cryptocurrency industry, few are as well known — or completely trusted — as Coinbase is. Yes, Coinbase is one of Flyp.me’s direct competitors, but you know what? Credit goes where credit is due.
Coinbase partnered with Circle to bring about USD Coin, 1:1 USD-backed cryptocurrency that stays true to its $1 = 1 USDC value. How does that work? Essentially, Coinbase keeps $1 in the bank for every 1 USDC in circulation, tying each coin to real — not imaginary or inflated — financial value.
Sure, there are other stablecoins out there, but few of them are audited, and even fewer come with the guarantee that only a big name like Coinbase can provide. USDC provides some welcome relief by being, well, stable.
USDC Stablecoin Is Powered by Ethereum
Another major plus USDC has going is it’s powered by Ethereum, our favorite decentralized ledger for all things DeFi (decentralized finance). As the undisputed hub of the emerging DeFi economy, Ethereum has nearly $1 billion in value locked into the blockchain.
Being Ethereum-based makes the ERC-20 standard USDC coin easily transferable between you and other crypto users, or from your wallet to exchanges. This ease of transfer is especially handy when you need to make a move quickly — unlike the Bitcoin blockchain, Ethereum tends to be quicker.
If you’re ready to trade some USDC cryptocurrency without the hassle of creating an account, then head over to Flyp.me and get started now!
About Flyp.me
Flyp.me is the professional tool for instant crypto trading. There is no registration necessary and no hidden analytics tracking you. Moreover, Flyp.me does not control users' funds, so your private keys are not at risk of being held on third-party services.
Flyp.me currently supports over 30 cryptocurrencies and is continuing to add more: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Augur, Litecoin, Syscoin, Pivx, Blackcoin, Dash, Decred, Dogecoin, Flyp.me Token, Gamecredits, Peercoin, Aidcoin, 0x, Vertcoin, Basic Attention Token, BLOCKv, Groestlcoin, Essentia, DAI, DGD, Power Ledger, Enjincoin, TrueUSD, Cardano, Storj, Monero, Maker, TetherUS, DigiByte, and now USD Coin.
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