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$3.4954
(-2.16%)
0.00015128 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#242)
$99,814,535
4,320 BTC
Vol 24h
$311,812
13.4953 BTC
Circulating Supply
28,555,782.62
Max Supply
38,758,206
18 days agocryptodaily
Why tools are needed to keep Bitcoin private
While bitcoin does have relative anonymity when transacted, a determined third party can usually trace the transaction and find both the sending and receiving wallet addresses. However, tools are emerging that will allow users to keep their bitcoin transactions secret. Contrary to what many mainstream media channels would have us believe, bitcoin transactions are far more traceable than cash. Therefore malicious actors are very likely to keep on using cash for their malpractices, given that it is so much easier to launder and hide from the authorities. However, Bitcoin was designed as a libertarian tool by its creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, and so in these times of huge political uncertainty it could be argued that Bitcoin will need a greater degree of anonymity going into the future. Trucker protest highlights need for transaction anonymity You only have to look at what happened in Canada earlier this year to realise the need for more untraceability around bitcoin. Trudeau and his government went far beyond the norm when they actually blacklisted a number of wallets belonging to those taking part in and supporting the trucker’s protest. Admittedly, a significant amount of funding still got through, but the blacklisting of wallets belonging to law-abiding citizens could be construed as severe government overreach, and where would it all stop? According to an article in the online libertarian magazine Reason, the fact that it was such a difficult task to achieve by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, means that bitcoin requires far more resources in order to be able to hinder transactions. Alex Gladstein, chief strategy officer at the Human Rights Foundation described the freezing of funds during the Canadian trucker protest, speaking first about cash: "They were able to just freeze it with a phone call or a button click…But with bitcoin, they can't do that. So they have to literally file an injunction. They have to use police officers. They have to go to people's homes," says Gladstein. "It makes the government do the work…which is really important." Emerging privacy tools Nevertheless, the government was able to blacklist bitcoin wallets and also go into homes and cease cold wallets etc. Therefore emerging tools can help to preserve rights. Sparrow Wallet is just one such privacy-orientated tool. Also, integrated into the same wallet is PayNym, which creates a different payment address for every transaction. Also built into the Sparrow Wallet is CoinJoin, which according to Gladstein, is perfectly legal and a great way to combine lots of bitcoin and then break it into pieces again. "[CoinJoins are] legally protected as open source software and free speech," says Gladstein."They are merely their open-source code. There's no one taking control of your bitcoin. It's a collaborative spend. That's completely legal here." Bitcoin exists to protect liberty While all good citizens would wish to respect the law of the land, it would have to be stressed that having the freedom to transact with whoever you want should be completely outside of the jurisdiction of government. Bitcoin was the tool that has allowed the common man and woman to own and spend money that cannot be confiscated or manipulated by governments. It is outside of the failing monetary system, and as such is a lifeboat for those who need it. Making bitcoin more private is a logical progression in these times where our freedoms are being encroached upon. It behoves freedom lovers to find out more about how they can protect themselves. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
19 days agozycrypto
Peter Brandt Predicts More Crypto Firms Will Go Bankrupt
In a tweet on Thursday, experienced trader and market analyst Peter Brandt, responding to the news of Celsius’s Bankruptcy, has revealed that he expects more crypto firms to fold. “The next of many (or should I say, the next for most)…Much blood yet to be spilled. The graveyard will have many headstones,” tweeted Brandt. As […]
82 days agocryptodaily
Successes and Failures of Brand Marketing in the Metaverse
International forecasts predict the global metaverse revenue will reach $400 billion by 2025. As a result, more brands are investigating new marketing opportunities within the metaverse. However, through trial and error, these brands are quickly learning there are right and wrong ways to go about this unexplored territory. We’ve compiled a few examples of brand name wins and losses so far in the metaverse in an attempt to decipher the best strategy going forward. But first, let’s answer a crucial question. What is the metaverse? The metaverse is the combination of two realms: the physical and the digital. While most average people find this to be a strange and eerie concept, it is nothing new to gamers. To them, combining these two worlds is just a natural evolution of the technology they’ve grown to love. Also, it has already been around for years. For example, Second Life is a massively popular metaverse experience that’s already two decades old. While the tech is mature, the audience is not. As new metaverses expand into the international zeitgeist, different audiences wake up to its ability and its potential. This audience is growing quickly and is much more diverse than the “gamers” who initially appreciated the metaverse in its early stages. Hence, brands who want to utilize the metaverse for marketing must carefully choose which audience to target and how to attract them efficiently. For example, companies must consider the scale of the campaign, whether they want a permanent or temporary presence, whether they want to create metaverse branding or a tool to generate leads and more. Looking at some previous examples we can see the results of how brands interact with metaverse audiences. JP Morgan fails its first attempt at metaverse marketing Even in its early stages, there are still some examples of metaverse wins and failures from international brands. For example, the popular Decentraland metaverse recently hosted Metaverse Fashion Week (MVFW). This event offered a unique element compared to a physical version of a fashion show. The event took place on March 24 - 27 and featured prominent exposure for retail giants that built digital pop-up stores in the metaverse. Participants included luxury stalwarts like Dolce & Gabbana, Dundas World, Etro, Selfridges and Tommy Hilfiger. In general, the event was considered a success, attracting positive reactions from metaverse fans and fashion fans alike. Meanwhile, JP Morgan has a rather disappointing experience. When the international finance giant first announced they would release a lounge in the metaverse, the press ran with the story wondering about the possibilities. However, the lounge was somewhat of a letdown. Aside from a walking tiger in the JP Morgan lounge, there were no activities or content to engage with besides an empty room. YouHodler takes interactive metaverse campaigns to the next level While JP Morgan used the metaverse as nothing more than a digital billboard, Europe-based FinTech platform YouHodler decided to add a creative element to “gamify” marketing. YouHodler just concluded its first ever Treasure Hunt which took place in the Decentraland metaverse. The three-day “Treasure Hunt” challenged its players in an “escape-room style” virtual experience to win real $30,000 in the virtual world. After the winners were announced, YouHodler conducted an interview with them to share on the company’s blog. The Treasure Hunt tasks were created in alignment with metaverse native content, art galleries, buildings with activities, and lounges. “Overall, the Treasure Hunt was a great success.” Said YouHodler Head of Partnerships Vaida Saltenyte. “Participants engaged in the Treasure Hunt from May 2nd - 4th, 2022. As expected, the audience was well balanced, consisting of both YouHodler and Decentraland community members. For three days, the event trended on Decentraland and the NFT wearables were a large part of that.” One participant in the campaign performed a total of 63 attempts to perfect their results and managed to win. This is one positive example of how brands create engaging content for their audience. As a final touch, YouHodler decided to throw in a surprise bonus prize for all new users who participated. Those who did that received a $30 MANA (native Decentraland cryptocurrency) welcome reward. Will the headstart pay off for brands experimenting with the metaverse? Regardless of success or failure, any brand experimenting with metaverse marketing strategies is considered an early adopter. They are already aware of new tools that the competition is either not aware of or is purposely ignoring. That may come at a price later on. Companies that see the metaverse as more than a fad and an additional world of advertising possibilities have a head start. While they will go through a trial and error process in the early days, this hard work in the present will ultimately pay off in the future. Learning from these mistakes and planting the seeds before the space becomes overcrowded and overpriced will eventually pay off for these forward-thinking brands. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
89 days agocryptodaily
Testnet Reputation = Mainnet Reputation: Get a Headstart With the Pollen Pre-Release
Over 5,000 portfolio managers are already building their reputation scores on testnet for a headstart once Pollen goes live. Here’s why you should join them and how: Pollen has reached a milestone this week: 5,000+ Pollenators have now signed up to the Pollen Pre-Release on testnet and started building their trading reputation. This is, of course, vital to the project as it puts the finishing touches on Pollen Virtual — the first module of the Pollen ecosystem, due on mainnet at the end of this month. The feedback Pollenators provide at the beta stage will be reflected in the final product, and their trading decisions will form the first strands of collective intelligence that jumpstart Pollen’s ecosystem. Here are the key elements for why active participation in the Pre-Release is important to you, the participant: Test the ground: This is your chance to test your trading strategies entirely risk-free, by simply staking the 500 test PLN that every subscriber to the Pollen Pre-Release receives. Considering the market conditions today, trying before buying can save you a pretty penny. Fame and glory: You can showcase your trading capabilities to your fellow Pollenators and share your scores with the community. Take it as a form of marketing yourself, if you will — Pollen provides you with the tools to build your reputation and attract a following on the platform and beyond. Reputation, reputation, reputation: Pollen may be on testnet, but every decision counts, because the reputation score you earn now will be DIRECTLY ported to mainnet. This means that in joining Pollen’s 5,000 early-bird Pollenators, you get a head start up the Pollen leaderboard, thus increasing your chances of earning more real PLN as the project goes live this month. Ready to join? Follow the instructions below, or visit beta.pollen.id to check out the platform. Reputation scoring & the PollenSkill algorithm Pollen’s goal is to decentralize asset management. To achieve this, users of the protocol need an indicator to help them choose who should be managing their assets. This is where reputation scoring comes in. “Reputation” within the Pollen ecosystem measures the ability of a Pollenator to make good trading decisions. Pollenators are ranked on the Pollen leaderboard based on their reputation score, allowing potential delegators to easily see who the most reliable and trustworthy traders are. Reputation scoring is among the things Pollen is most proud of, and the key to a classic problem investment funds face: How do you distinguish a skilled portfolio manager from a lucky portfolio manager? The answer lies in the project’s proprietary PollenSkill algorithm. In a nutshell, PollenSkill estimates the trading skill of players through the use of the Bayesian inference, assuming that investing skill follows a normal distribution. A user’s skill is described as both a mean and a variance, and is updated whenever they rebalance. The more a user rebalances, the more certainty Pollen has around estimating their skill. The final reputation score is then measured in points based on the comparison of a user against all other users. The skill estimation for users that rebalance less often will be reduced, with their reputation score gravitating towards zero. Users that rebalance more will accrue more points, as well as have their skill more accurately estimated by the algorithm. The PollenSkill algorithm thus creates a constant tension between determining how other users will perform and forecasting one’s portfolio performance. This will eventually lead the protocol to a dynamic adaptation, as users adjust their trading styles to better demonstrate their skills. Want to learn more about PollenSkill? Read Pollen’s litepaper. How to join the Pollen Pre-Release Accessing the Pollen Pre-Release takes a few simple steps: Make sure to complete the sign-up form here Click here to access the app directly When prompted, connect your Metamask wallet (the Pre-Release is currently only available via Metamask) You will then receive 500 testnet PLN You can now set up your virtual portfolio and start earning your reputation If you need further guidance, have any questions or feedback, please contact the Pollen team directly via Discord. Happy pollenating! About Pollen DeFi Pollen DeFi, is a first of its kind decentralized asset index where the community holds all the power. Decentralized finance is designed to be by the people, for the people, and Pollen DeFi is acknowledging this by building the first, truly decentralized platform for managing tokenized asset pools. The merit-based DAO provides a reputation-based governance protocol with incentives that leverage the community’s collective wisdom to curate asset pools. In this system, all users of the platform stand to benefit from the contribution of the best-performing participants. Join the Pollen DeFi Hive Mind Join on Telegram|Join the discord|Follow on Twitter| Visit the website Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
130 days agocryptopotato
HeadStarter Launchpad Aims to Accelerate Development of Apps Built on the Hedera Network
[PRESS RELEASE – Please Read Disclaimer] Dubai, UAE – 31/03/22 – HeadStarter has kicked off the HeadStarter Launchpad program, designed to accelerate the development of transformative projects running on the Hedera public distributed ledger. Hedera’s “Strategic and tactical marketing plan for 2022” is focusing on galvanizing developers, entrepreneurs & institutions to build dApps on top […]
132 days agocointelegraph
Why the rise of a Bitcoin standard could deter war-making
If nation-states held their reserves in Bitcoin, instead of fiat, they would be less incentivized to go to war, says CSO at the Human Right Foundation, Alex Gladstein.
134 days agocoindesk
Book Excerpt: 3 Stories of Bitcoin Changing Lives Outside the 'Dollar Bubble'
Alex Gladstein describes how Bitcoin offered entrepreneurs in Nigeria, Sudan and Ethiopia a much-needed, financial resource for helping themselves and communities throughout their countries.
173 days agonulltx
Top 5 Metaverse Coins With a Market Cap Below $120 Million (February 2022)
With the recent bearish momentum plaguing cryptocurrency markets, right now is a perfect time to accumulate undervalued Metaverse coins. This article looks at our pick of the top five Metaverse coins with a market cap below $120 million to watch in February 2022, ordered by market cap, lowest to highest. Adshares (ADS) – $69 million […] The post Top 5 Metaverse Coins With a Market Cap Below $120 Million (February 2022) appeared first on NullTX.
327 days agocointelegraph
YouTuber trades Tesla Roadster for NFT
“Looking back on this in one year, two year, three years from now it could be a monumentally dumb decision but it also could be a great decision,” said Dan Markham.
337 days agocryptodaily
Mexican Billionaire To Integrate The Bitcoin Lightning Network Into His Chain Of Retail Stores
Ricardo Salina Pliego, CEO of Grupo Salinas and the face behind the financial and retailing giant Grupo Elektra has announced that he plans to integrate the Bitcoin Lightning Network into the chain of Elektra Stores. The billionaire was quoting on the plans, stating, “Very soon, we will have this in our Elektra store network.” A Bitcoin HODLer The Mexican billionaire, who describes himself as a Bitcoin HODLer, was impressed by a short video presented by Alex Gladstein, who is a passionate promoter of the Bitcoin Lightning Network himself. Gladstein demonstrated the Bitcoin Lightning Network’s real use case by instantly paying for his coffee through the network at a local coffee outlet in El Salvador. Ricardo Salina Pliego is currently the third-richest man in Mexico, with an estimated net worth of $15.6 billion, and has developed a strong interest in Bitcoin. He is also one of the few billionaires that believe Bitcoin is more than just a digital asset. Ricardo Salina Pliego also revealed last year that he had put about a tenth of his entire liquid portfolio into Bitcoin. He also called on his followers and other investors to diversify their investment portfolios to avoid inflationary expropriation. Scalability, Low-Cost And High Speed The Lightning Network was developed in 2018 and is known for its quick blockchain payments without having to worry about block confirmation time or security. The network can handle billions of transactions per second without the need for any third party and with incredibly low fees. The low fees are significantly important as they support micropayments. The Lightning Network is also being adopted by companies such as Square and Twitter because of its low transaction costs and high speed, which helps settle off-blockchain costs. Due to such functionalities, Twitter is planning to adopt the Lightning Network after it was highlighted on Twitter’s “Tip Jar.” Elon Musk has also backed the Lightning Network while stressing the importance of the need for decentralized finance. While voicing concern about the existing Layer-1 solutions that he felt were lagging behind when it came to scalability and transaction speeds, he stressed the need for a single-layer network capable of carrying all transactions. Ricardo Salina Pliego Invests 10% Of His Portfolio Into BTC Mexican Billionaire Ricardo Salina Pliego has revealed that he has invested 10% of his liquid portfolio in Bitcoin. He made this revelation while sharing a video where people were throwing money into the garbage, stating that it shows the worthlessness of government-issued cash and stresses the importance of digital assets such as Bitcoin. Bitcoin Is Akin To Gold In a recent interview, Ricardo Salina Pliego cited Bitcoin to have extraordinary properties and revealed that his bank is working on a plan to become the first in Mexico to start accepting it as legal tender. In a video uploaded on his YouTube channel, he described Bitcoin to be a financial asset, just like gold and also listed out several advantages about Bitcoin such as divisibility, the ability to store it without counterparty risk, and the ease with which it can be transferred. “For me, bitcoin is an asset that has extraordinary properties … All the advantages that bitcoin has, for me, make it gold for the modern world.” He further stated, “Governments don’t like bitcoin … it burns them that people can get out of their fiat trap because that is what fiat money is, a fraud … The fraud fiat is inherent to the fiat system, and we can see it today in the U.S. … the dollar as hard currency is a joke.” Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.

About Adshares

The live price of Adshares (ADST) today is 3.4954 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Adshares at 28,555,782.62 ADST, its market capitalization stands at 99,814,535 USD. In the last 24 hours ADST price has moved -0.0138 USD or -0.00% while 232,039 USD worth of ADST has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of ADST puts it at #242 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Adshares Price3.4954 USD
Market Rank#242
Market Cap99,814,535 USD
24h Volume311,812 USD
Circulating Supply28,555,782.62 ADST
Max Supply38,758,206 ADST
Yesterday's Market Cap100,977,800 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close3.55 USD / 3.5362 USD
Yesterday's High / Low3.596 USD / 3.4153 USD
Yesterday's Change
0.00% ( 0.0138 USD )
Yesterday's Volume232,039.17 USD
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