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6 days ago cointelegraph
Metamask addresses privacy concerns with new features for enhanced control
The new features allow a user to manage which servers are able to receive their IP address.
14 days ago cryptopotato
MetaMask’s Token Will Probably Not Be What You Expected: Talking Wallets With PM Alex Jupiter
MetaMask is the world's leading self-custody wallet. We sit down with its senior PM to talk about a lot of things, including the much-anticipated token.
15 days ago cryptodaily
Crypto Weekly Roundup: Coinbase Dumps Silvergate And More
Coinbase was in the news this week for the launch of its new Layer 2 project, Base, and also for cutting ties with the Silvergate Bank. The latter’s collapse has already shown its effects on the market. So let’s find out more. Bitcoin The knowledge that Mt Gox bitcoin may be released to the market as Silvergate collapses has led to a sharp fall in its price. Block's TBD has disclosed details about how it is delving into infrastructural scaling solutions for the Bitcoin blockchain through the Lightning Network. Ethereum Blockchain development firm ConsenSys has announced that it is set to begin the public testing of its upcoming zero-knowledge Ethereum Virtual Machine (zkEVM) on a public testnet. The Ethereum network has successfully completed the second testnet, i.e., the Sepolia testnet, in preparation for the upcoming Shanghai upgrade. The network’s core developers have agreed to push the Shanghai/Capella upgrade to early April in their latest All Core Developers Execution call. The core developers are also working on a new testnet called Holli to address issues related to the purchase of ETH on the blockchain’s test networks. DeFi The recently launched decentralized exchange, ArbiSwap, appears to have rug-pulled after withdrawing over $100,000 from the platform’s liquidity pools. Altcoins The Solana Network faced a significant slowdown in block production after a planned upgrade, adversely impacting transactions and forcing validators to downgrade their software to restore performance. March 2023 is set to see $640 million worth of tokens enter the market, with 18 projects scheduling their unlocks during the month. Technology Base, a newly-launched Ethereum Layer 2 project developed by Coinbase, has announced its integration with Chainlink's off-chain feeds. Near Protocol has announced that it is shifting to become a "Blockchain Operating System" or BOS to focus on building user-centric experiences in the Web3 space. Decentralized oracle network Chainlink has announced the launch of a new developer platform, named Chainlink Functions, to connect Web3 applications with traditional cloud software. 0x Labs, the blockchain development team behind 0x Protocol, has launched a new transaction relay API built for Polygon and Ethereum. Business Coinbase has announced that it is suspending all associations with Silvergate Bank, opting instead to go with an association with a rival bank. Singapore-based crypto lender Vauld was granted an additional extension to its creditor protection, affording it more time to present its restructuring plan. Binance’s custody unit, Ceffu, said today that it plans to apply for a license to offer payment services in Singapore. The founders of troubled crypto lender Hodlnaut are desperately trying to save the firm despite its creditors calling for its liquidation. Crypto-focused fintech firm, Revolut, has published impressive earnings for 2022, with a 33% increase in revenue. Ras Al Khaimah, one of the seven Emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE), announced the launch of a free zone for digital asset firms. Bitcoin miner Marathon Digital has announced that it will reissue several financial statements from its audited 2021 results and unaudited reports from 2022. The Digital Currency Group (DCG) has reported losses worth $1 billion in 2022 in the aftermath of the collapse of Three Arrows Capital (3AC). A new report by Forbes has claimed that Binance had moved around $2.8 billion of collateral meant to back customer assets to a bunch of hedge funds. Regulation The French National Assembly has voted on new measures for crypto regulation, requiring a new set of compliance frameworks for new crypto firms registering operations in the country. Fintech firm Robinhood has announced that it will comply with the SEC’s subpoena which requested the firm for detailed information on its operations relating to crypto listings and custody. NFT Bored Ape Yacht Club creator Yuga Labs has dropped a new NFT project, called the “TwelveFold,” on the Bitcoin blockchain. Web3 Fujitsu has led a group of ten major Japanese companies in collaboration createing the infrastructure for Japan's open metaverse and immerse the country into Web3. Lifestyle magazine Playboy’s metaverse initiative, dubbed the MetaMansion, has been scheduled to launch later this year. Real-time game engine and code development platform Unity has officially released an integration to adopt MetaMask's popular Web3 wallet into its suite. Polygon Labs has launched zk-proofs-based Polygon ID, which is an identity infrastructure for facilitating and securing connections between decentralized applications and Web3 users. Security The Sandbox, one of the most prominent blockchain-based metaverse companies, has suffered a security breach, with its users being targeted by phishing emails. Notorious crypto scammer, Monkey Drainer, has announced that they are shutting down after a possible exposure during an online quarrel. 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.
15 days ago cointelegraph
CZ denounces false rumor 'widely' spread on China's WeChat
A Metamask security analyst stated this event was the “2023 adaptation of attempted market manipulation.”
16 days ago cryptodaily
ConsenSys To Begin Public Test Of Ethereum-Compatible zk-Rollup
ConsenSys has announced that it is set to begin a public test of its zkEVM rollup network. Public testing has been scheduled to commence on the 28th of March, 2023, and will clear the path for an eventual mainnet merger sometime in 2023. The announcement was made after the firm completed a private beta phase of its zkEVM network. Public Test Set To Begin Blockchain development firm ConsenSys has announced that it is set to begin the public testing of its upcoming zero-knowledge Ethereum Virtual Machine (zkEVM) on a public testnet. The testing is scheduled to begin on the 28th of March and will allow the team to stress-test the layer-2 scaling solution. The zk-rollup network offers scalability solutions by performing off-chain computations on a secondary layer, resulting in faster and cheaper transactions and prioritizing the Ethereum network’s overall security. ConsenSys successfully completed the private beta phase of the rollup, which saw the network process over 490,000 transactions from a number of decentralized applications. The testnet enabled Solidity developers to build, test, and launch decentralized applications and test the zkEVM at scale. “Onboarding for our zkEVM is in full flow, and activity is at peak levels. We’ve successfully executed 300k total transactions and are processing more than 50,000 transactions per day.” A Collaborative Effort The ConsenSys zkEVM is the result of the culmination of work by a host of teams from MetaMask, Infura, and Truffle and developers on Gnark and Besu. The rollup consists of features and integrations designed to improve security, expedite onboarding times, and remove developer complexity. “Our zkEVM is the culmination of years of research by ConsenSys R&D and offers fast finality, high throughput, and the security of Ethereum settlement.” The announcement by ConsenSys highlighted several benefits, such as zero switching costs, which could be beneficial to projects in the ecosystem. Developers can quickly build on the zkEVM or migrate existing dApps without rewriting smart contracts or changing code. Furthermore, gas fees are charged in ETH, removing the need for third-party code translation. Built-In Integrations The rollup will also feature a number of integrations with popular Ethereum tools, including RPC Service Infura, Truffle, and the MetaMask wallet. The integration with MetaMask will expedite the onboarding of users, while Infura integration will allow developers to ship decentralized applications at scale. Furthermore, Truffle will allow developers to build, test, debug, and deploy Solidity smart contracts with layer-2 developer environments. The zkEVM will also be open-source once it is launched. According to the head of research and development at ConsenSys, Nicolas Liochon, the public beta testnet will allow the team to test the system in the same conditions as that of the mainnet. “Users and developers will be able to permissionlessly interact with our technology stack allowing us to stress-test the system under challenging and adversarial conditions.” Highly Competitive Landscape zkEVM technology is the next significant step in Layer-2 solutions. However, most solutions are still in the testing phase. While more scalable than existing solutions such as Arbitrum and Optimism, zk Layer-2 solutions are held back due to a lack of compatibility with Ethereum. Several teams are competing to devise a solution to the issue, including teams from zkSync, Starknet, and Polygon. While ConsenSys will be in the testing phase for the foreseeable future, Polygon will be releasing their zkEVM in beta on the Ethereum mainnet on the 27th of March, a day before the ConsenSys public testnet goes live. zkSync has also released an alpha mainnet to onboard select applications. 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.
18 days ago coindesk
SkyBridge, Al Maskari Holding Partner With Blockchain Firm Casper Labs
Casper, which provides enterprise-grade blockchain services, also recently announced a tie-up with Google Cloud.
18 days ago cryptodaily
Omniapp Set To Become One Of The Top AI Crypto Projects On The Binance Ecosystem
For investors looking for the Next AI crypto gem with the most potential, look no further as (OMP) could be one of the best AI crypto projects to invest in 2023. The OMP token sale is now live and could produce major gains for early investors looking for the next AI crypto gem. Buy OMP Tokens Here Read on to learn more about Omniapp and why you should invest in it. OmniAPP.AI is an all-in-one platform that simplifies the use of multiple AI products. Say goodbye to the hassle of navigating different websites and apps, and hello to a streamlined experience that lets you stay focused on your daily tasks without worrying about subscription fees. With the $OMP utility token, accessing AI products like Chatgpt, Dalle-3, and Stable Diffusion is effortless. Simply hold and stake OMP token on our dapp, and you can access these features while earning staking rewards. Omniapp platform offers an array of AI-powered features, including a chatbot, AI image generation for designers and NFT creators, and an AI-powered Telegram moderation bot. These features can benefit multiple projects by promoting web 3.0 adoption and delivering optimal results. Amidst the current crypto bear market, investing in the OMP token sale presents a rare opportunity, especially during these winter conditions. In 2022, other AI crypto projects such as AGIX and showed significant growth with some experiencing a 100x price increase. Omniapp, with its impressive features, is poised to follow a similar path, making it an excellent AI crypto investment in 2023. How To Purchase Omniapp Token? Acquiring OMP tokens is easy! Simply head over to the Omniapp seed sale page and follow a few simple steps. To begin, you will need a wallet, and we recommend using a free and secure wallet like MetaMask or Trust Wallet. Next, you will need BNB in your wallet, which can be obtained from popular exchanges such as Binance or Kucoin. After you have BNB in your wallet, visit the Omniapp token sale page and connect your wallet. From there, enter the number of tokens you wish to purchase and click "buy now." A separate window will appear to finalize the transaction and cover the BNB gas fee. Once you confirm, you'll be on your way to owning OMP tokens! Future Of Omniapp Omniapp is deeply committed to the idea of a future where decentralization is the norm as decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) will play a crucial role in bringing the Omniapp vision to life. To that end, we are actively working towards growing Omniapp into a fully decentralized autonomous organization that can create value for everyone. With focus on building an ecosystem where every participant has a say in the decision-making process. The goal is to create a platform that is truly decentralized, meaning that power is not concentrated in the hands of a few individuals or entities. Instead a system where all token holders can participate and contribute to the growth and development of the platform. We are constantly exploring new ways to make our platform more accessible and user-friendly. We are also committed to fostering a strong and supportive community of users, developers, and investors who share our vision of a decentralized future.Is OMP worth buying? Omniapp is undoubtedly one of the most promising AI crypto projects in the market today, and investing in its seed sale presents a unique opportunity to acquire OMP tokens at the best possible price point. Omniapp has the potential to revolutionize the AI industry, making it a smart choice for investors looking for long-term growth potential. The current seed sale is now live and expected to fill up quickly in just under two weeks, followed by the presale on Pinksale. With such a limited window of opportunity, investors who act fast will be able to purchase OMP at the current price of 1 BNB = 15,500 OMP. Buy OMP Tokens Here This attractive pricing is expected to increase significantly in the coming months, making it a smart investment choice for anyone looking to get in early on the future of AI and blockchain technology. Website: https://omniapp.aiWhitepaper: [email protected] Disclaimer: This is a sponsored press release and is for informational purposes only. It does not reflect the views of Crypto Daily, nor is it intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, or financial advice.
18 days ago cryptodaily
Unity Integrates MetaMask To Its Web3 Stack
Real-time game engine and code development platform Unity (NYSE: U) has officially released an integration for its Web3 stack, this time, it's taking MetaMask's popular Web3 wallet into its suite. Unity's latest move is in line with its introduction of a new "decentralization" category for its assets. The new category includes verified software development kits (SDKs) for MetaMask and Truffle from Consensys, Algorand, Aptos, Altura, Flow SDK for Dapper Labs, Infura, ImmutableX, Nefta, ORE ID, Quarters, Tezos, as well as for popular secondary layer solution Solana. "In the context of video game development, decentralization typically refers to models of in-game ownership. In practice, this means enabling game mechanics that allow players to create, earn, or obtain in-game resources that they can sell or trade.Some examples of technologies that allow for decentralization in games are smart contracts, virtual wallets, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and cryptocurrency," Unity explains. The move can be seen as the game development platform's efforts at streamlining its initiatives and efforts at building software infrastructures with Web3 and decentralization in mind. Unity has not disclosed in full detail what the vetting process is like and what the requirements are, but it maintains a list of "verified solutions" under this program. This integration with MetaMask will enable developers to build game projects with the ability for users to connect a MetaMask wallet with any game, insofar as it is developed using the Unity game engine. It has come
18 days ago cointelegraph
HyperPlay game aggregator alpha launched, features in-built Web3 wallet
The game aggregator will allow users to link their Web3 wallets to various games through crypto wallet provider MetaMask.
19 days ago cryptopotato
MetaMask Launches SDK Enabling Users to Interact With Web3 Games
Leading Ethereum wallet MetaMask launched a software development kit to integrate Web3 gaming applications with the platform.
19 days ago zycrypto
Web3 Gaming Eyes Big Improvement With Unity, Solana, ImmutableX, and MetaMask Partnerships
Unity Gaming, the gaming software company behind popular Web3 favourites like Decentraland and Sandbox, has partnered with MetaMask and Solana to integrate decentralized blockchain and wallet capabilities into the Web3 gaming experience.
19 days ago cointelegraph
Gaming engine Unity adds MetaMask functionality among new Web3 tools
Blockchains Solana and Tezos were also among the 13 “vetted” crypto platforms added to Unity’s Asset Store.
20 days ago coindesk
Gaming Engine Unity Taps MetaMask, Immutable X and Solana for Web3 Developer Tools
The leading platform for game developers introduces an online storefront for decentralized tools, adding support for major Web3 players.
20 days ago cryptodaily
3D content giant Unity selects Web3 crypto firms for VSP program
World-leading 3D content creator Unity has included 13 top Web3 crypto gaming companies in its Verified Solutions Program (VSP). There are those who still talk of the crypto industry going to zero. But with the talent, entrepreneurialism, and resources behind this sector, and niches such as gaming, DeFi, and metaverse, it is far more likely to bolster its position as the newest and fastest-growing of the world’s asset classes. Unity well positioned for huge growth in gaming Unity is a behemoth of a company positioned at the top of the gaming industry. It has 3.9 billion monthly active users and reached 5 billion game downloads in 2021. The number of Unity creators increased 31% last year and 18 months after the peak of the pandemic, the amount of people playing games is still up by more than 50%. Crypto gaming is the new frontier, and it wasn’t going to be long before the likes of Unity dipped their toe in this thriving pool of innovative activity. The Unity Verified Solutions Program The 13 Web3 gaming companies that Unity has chosen to enter its VSP Program are: Aikon ORE ID, Algorand, Altura, Aptos Labs, Dapper Labs, Immutable X, Infura, Metamask, Nefta, Quarters, Solana, Tezos and Truffle. Unity’s Verified Solutions Program comprises an ecosystem of trusted third-party SDKs, plug-ins, and editor applications. All members of the ecosystem are closely aligned with Unity to ensure that its latest releases are verified for productivity, performance, and usability. Altura provides infrastructure for Web3 Altura is one of the crypto projects chosen by Unity, given that its platform provides everything needed to build, scale and monetise Web3 gaming. Game developers can use the powerful Altura API and SDKs to build on any blockchain. Majd Hailat, the founder of Altura, said of his company’s integration into the Unity VSP Program: We are thrilled to team up with Unity and join their Verified Solutions program. This is an incredible opportunity for Altura to showcase our technology and bring the benefits of decentralized gaming to Unity's massive user base. He added: We believe that decentralization will revolutionize the gaming industry, and we are excited to lead this movement. Our aim is to make this technology more accessible to both players and developers, and our collaboration with Unity represents a major stride towards that goal. 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.
23 days ago cryptodaily
Revolutionizing the NFTs- Telept City Launches Cutting-Edge AIGC NFT Platform for Web3
San Francisco, USA, 25th February, 2023, ChainwireTelept Inc., a Web 3.0 startup, has announced today the launch of a ground-breaking first-mover Web PC platform Telept City, which empowers participants to create one-of-a-kind AI generated Non-Fungible Token (NFT) called X-Native. With its cutting-edge AI Generated Content (AIGC) image generation model that has undergone rigorous fine-tuning utilizing a vast database of images, and coupled with an intuitive game-like user interface, provides a novel and accessible AI Web 3.0 experience for participants of all levels. Creating NFT is a breeze with Telept City, and it can be done with minimal effort and costs. What is Telept City? Imagine the users are capable of generating an NFT through a AI powered platform similar to playing a text adventure game. Telept City's multiple-choice options are presented in a way that is both engaging and easy to navigate. Upon logging onto Telept City via Metamask wallet, users are greeted with an interface that's reminiscent of a trivia game. The questions were designed to tap into users' thinking about their own self-image through a gamified approach and to help them create their desired NFT. The AI interprets the answers and generates a user-defined image, which can be finally encrypted as an NFT of X-Native Collection. Telept City - PC webpage, style of sci-fi universe. Telept City What is X-Native Collection? The set of NFTs produced by Telept's AI exclusively for Telept City users is known as X-Native (Official Name on OpenSea 'Telept City: X-Native'). The concept of X-Native project is based on benchmarking the visual version of Ethereum Name Service. The X-native collection is an ever-expanding library of NFTs created using the Telept AI. In addition to owning a piece of historic NFT art and an asset worth ETH, the primary advantage of owning X-Native is its social significance and exclusive privilege, as outlined in the X-Native roadmap which will be released on March, 23rd. It contains AI NFTs and X-Native Mystery boxes with exclusive IP on the Ethereum. The beta version of X-Native's NFT The beta version of X-Native Mystery Boxes As the CEO of Telept, Lika Lee believes that the value of an NFT will go beyond just its financial worth and has the potential to produce significant social value. "Decentralizing NFT production is the trend. With the growing adoption of NFTs, we are committed to making it easier for everyone to create them, whether the user is experienced with Web 3.0 or just getting started. We will take the first step of using AI and NFT technology to shape a new way of forming identity and personality representation, while also providing an unprecedented way for people to experience industry changes.” Lika Lee says. Telept expects to see even more application scenarios for NFTs once the labor required to create them has been reduced. Telept City - PC webpage, text adventure style NFT generation process Telept City Telept City : A New Era of Empowered Digital Asset Creation The NFT market has been experiencing tremendous growth in recent years, and the AI is poised to take this trend to new heights. In today's digital landscape, these interactions are often expensive, intimidating and high entry barriers. Telept City is a platform that leverages AI to automate the NFT creation process, making it accessible for anyone to create unique NFTs. The platform uses a semi-customized set of text inputs, in the form of selected words or phrases, to generate an image with a wide range of styles. In the upcoming version, users will be able to actively participate in the creation of their own NFTs by giving simple text. The goal of Telept City is to democratize the process of creating NFTs and empower individuals to express themselves creatively through the use of AI technology, representing a significant stride towards a more decentralized and equitable digital future for the industry. Further Thinking of the Telept City Telept represents a revolutionary approach to NFTs, combining both blockchain and AI technologies to enable new forms of digital ownership and social interaction. The team will continue working towards its goal of empowering individuals, organizations, and communities by providing them with greater control over their data, on-chain identity, and social potential. Can’t wait to unlock a world of limitless possibilities with AIGC NFT? Make an AI NFT to become a member of X-Native. For more information, visit Telept City's Website. About Telept Telept is an all-in-one Socialfi Mobile DApp under the umbrella brand of a Stealth Startup. The company houses a number of products that span various categories that empowered with groundbreaking technologies. Telept makes building and launching Web3 projects easy from news feeds, groups, projects and more. Socials: Twitter | Discord | LinkedInContactCMORenee B.Telept [email protected]
24 days ago cryptodaily
This is how users keep crypto assets secure while trading with leverage
The collapse of crypto exchange FTX not only shook people’s trust in centralized crypto exchanges to the core but also triggered an exodus from exchanges. Glassnode data showsthat during the month of the FTX meltdown, crypto asset owners withdrew a record amount of Bitcoin from exchanges. Deemed “the biggest year ever for crypto hacking” by Chainalysis, 2022 saw the crypto ecosystem realizing the risks involved in holding funds on centralized exchanges —which have been the target of numerous hack attacksin the past. But where do withdrawn crypto assets end up? Several analyses showcrypto users have a new understanding of self-custody, where users have full control over their assets. New trends have brought new necessities, and one existential issue arose as more and more people flocked into self-custody solutions for their crypto assets: The majority of the self-custody offerings did not have the functionality and range of services provided by centralized platforms. For a while, people had to pick security over utility when jumping to self-custody solutions. Thankfully, the crypto space was surprisingly quick to come up with solutions to cater to the needs of traders and investors who want to access a wide range of trading services without giving control of their funds to third parties. Different needs are solved by different services, and crypto users who want to trade with leverage without third-party involvement have ended up in DPEX. Built on the Polygon blockchain, DPEX is an aptly-named Decentralized Perpetual Exchange that allows users to trade cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Matic with up to x50 leverage without losing the ownership of private keys. Offering low transaction fees and no price impact, no matter how large the order size, DPEX lets DeFi users trade with perpetual contracts that don’t have an expiry date. Polygon gets decentralized perpetual exchange Users from all experience levels can utilize the effective and secure experience thanks to the intuitive design provided by DPEX. Crypto traders can profit from swaps, market making, leverage trading and spreads on multi-asset liquidity pools powered by the Polygon network, which has a total value locked of over $1 billion. DPEXFoundation, the decentralized entity behind the DEX, aims to provide users with greater control over their assets while also allowing for leverage trading and on-chain voting. Through the use of the DPEX token, which functions as the utility and governance token of the platform, users can participate in the platform's ecosystem and have a voice in its development. The LP token designed for liquidity providers is named DPLP. During the launch, DPLP will be offering four main assets -MATIC, ETH, WBTC and USDC- with more can be added with a vote of approval from the community. DeFi users can use MetaMask, Coinbase Wallet or WalletConnect to start using the app for opening long or short positions as well as swaps from the same screen. The trustless platform enables making transactions without any form of KYC verification. By not having any third-party involvement, DPEX eliminates any potential fraud attempts targeting users. Airdrop for GMX, dYdX and Synthetix hodlers To celebrate the launch of the DPEX protocol, the team announced an airdrop of 1 million eDPEX tokensto eligible users who have GMX, dYdX and Synthetix holdings recorded on the Ethereum blockchain. eDPEX tokens, which can be converted to DPEX at a 1:1 ratio following the official launch of the platform, have been airdropped into the Polygon wallets of said tokens’ owners. With a goal to maximize the potential of decentralized trading, the DPEX team continuously develops technologies to make trading easier and more efficient. Following a successful seed round, the private sale and pre-IDO phases were completed within hours. The team is now fully focused on launching an IDO. 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.
25 days ago cryptodaily
Satoshi Nakamoto's last unfinished project inspires this new online marketplace disruptor in the crypto space
Zug, Switzerland, 23rd February, 2023, ChainwireA fork of Bitcoin, known as Particl, has announced the completion of an eBay-style marketplace that’s been integrated into its wallet. Built using blockchain smart contracts, the marketplace is derived from an original concept first proposed by Satoshi Nakamoto. Particl’s latest release forms a trustless, unstoppable marketplace where buyers and sellers can trade goods without the risk of getting scammed. It features zero fees and encrypted chat messages between buyers and sellers alongside ring signatures and blinding to provide greater transactional privacy than Monero. Bitcoin’s creator vanished in 2011 after being invited to meet the CIA. His last email stated, “I've moved on to other things.” Before he disappeared, Satoshi was working on a marketplace built into Bitcoin. Now, a working version of this technology has been quietly released by an anonymous team of developers. Satoshi’s original Bitcoin source code included an unfinished marketplace in line 69 of the headers file. “I was trying to implement an eBay-style marketplace built into the client,” he said in a 2011 email to Mike Hearn. During the Covid pandemic, the sale of many essential items was restricted on traditional platforms like Amazon and eBay due to price gouging rules. As a result, sellers took advantage of Particl’s decentralized governance system which offered no such selling restrictions. Items such as thousands of units of PPE, hand sanitizer, and Covid test appeared on the platform. During the Hong Kong student protests, items such as full-face gas masks and protective gear were listed. The first Tesla car was even listed for sale, well before Elon Musk took an interest in crypto. The Particl marketplace currently only lets users pay in PART, its native currency. However, project developers are working on a mechanism to support direct payments in Monero, PIVX, FIRO, Dash, USDT, Litecoin, and Bitcoin later this year. There are plans to ultimately allow payment in almost any cryptocurrency thereafter, making Particl a truly crypto-agnostic marketplace. About Particl Particl is an Amazon, eBay and exchange disruptor. The project was started in 2014 and its foundation was established in Zug Switzerland in 2017. A portal view of the marketplace is available at, while to buy and sell items users can download Particl Desktop at The Particls DEX, BasicSwap, can be downloaded at . Further information can be found on the FAQ or by contacting spokesperson Dr. Kapil Amarasinghe at [email protected]
29 days ago cryptodaily
NFT Collection Generativemasks Price, Stats, and Review
What is an Generativemasks? Generativemasks are a non-fungible tokens collection built on the Ethereum network launched in 12 August, 2021. 9,997 items of the Generativemasks collection can now be viewed at OpenSea. How many owners does the Generativemasks collection have? The total number of owners has reached 3271 within 555 days since its release. NFT Collection Generativemasks Price and Sales The market capitalization of Generativemasks NFT collection is 533.16 ETH. Since created the Generativemasks, 13,436 collections sales were made at an average price of 0.23 ETH (~$388.52 at the time of writing). This created a total volume in 3,058.182 ETH. The floor price of Generativemasks is 0.0568 and the 30-day trading volume is kept at 31.30 ETH. The payment tokens of the Generativemasks collection are ETH, WETH. Why are some NFTs expensive and others not? NFTs are very new to the blockchain ecosystem and are still in their infancy. It is an emerging market meaning there is no historical data or precedence that can assist in determining the value of an NFT. NFT projects that started at the beginning of the market boom have garnered legitimacy purely because they had a first-mover advantage. These “established” NFT projects have also had the opportunity to improve and learn from the issues that have plagued the NFT market and have, in such a way, made themselves more valuable. When the NFT boom took flight, many people realized profits beyond their wildest dreams, creating a space for opportunists to take advantage of the market growth. While some NFTs can be considered digital art, created by an artist who recognizes the value NFTs can add to the creative space, others have been made purely out of greed and a need to exploit the immense market growth. NFT projects that stem from greed and exploitation often have no value and are ultimately garbage. Is the Generativemasks Collection Over or Underpriced? It is difficult to determine whether NFTs from the Generativemasks collection is overpriced or underpriced. Making such an assessment will become clearer when the market for NFTs and metaverses develops more actively. The price is also influenced by how the Generativemasks collection is developed and promoted by its creators and community. Generativemasks NFT Collection Examples Generativemasks #3799 Generativemasks #3800 Generativemasks #3801 Generativemasks #3802 Generativemasks fees Buyer fee to dev: 0 basis points Seller fee to dev: 1000 basis points Buyer fee to 0 basis points Seller fee to 250 basis points Buyer fee: 0 basis points Seller fee: 1250 basis points Generativemasks editors list The approved editor's accounts of Generativemasks collection are 0x4b8619890fa9c3cf11c497961eb4b970d440127f, 0x6a4631279ccce80f7625b0434447f000f5a406cf. 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.
33 days ago coindesk
'The Masked Singer' Launches Token-Gated Fan Experience
Now in its ninth season, fans of the reality singing competition can sign up for a free "Loyalty Pass" and purchase art NFTs.
33 days ago cryptodaily
Safe Crypto Storage: What Options Do You Have?
When it comes to owning cryptocurrency, one of the most important aspects to consider is exactly how you intend to store those digital assets. Protecting your crypto is a critical responsibility, and all of the onus is on the owner because digital money is not the same as fiat. Because it’s decentralized and not stored in a bank account, anyone who loses access to their funds or falls victim to a fraudster is unlikely to get their money back. Losing access to crypto is a surprisingly common problem. Indeed, one study by Chainalysis estimated that Bitcoin users have lost access to more than 3.7 million BTC since it was launched in 2009. Due to Bitcoin’s strong cryptography, it’s highly unlikely that anyone will ever be able to recover those lost coins. The good news is that crypto owners have lots of different options at their disposal, with various hardware and software-based wallets, and even a simple piece of paper. It’s a good idea to understand what those various options are, so keep reading to understand more. Custodial Wallets For most new crypto users the custodial wallet is the first kind of crypto storage that they’ll come across. The vast majority of cryptocurrency exchanges, including Binance and Kraken, offer custodial wallets, which means that a third-party control the private keys, and therefore decides who can access the funds within it. New users generally purchase their crypto from an exchange, and the coins they buy are usually deposited directly into their custodial wallet. From there, users generally have the option to transfer those funds into their own, non-custodial wallet if they desire. Alternatively, there are also private custodial wallet services such as Cwallet that are not linked to any exchange. Custodial wallets do have a number of advantages over their non-custodial brethren, with the biggest being that they’re the simplest to use. Because it’s controlled by a third party, there’s no need for the user to write down and remember the all-important seed phrase. What’s more, if the user forgets their login details for the associated exchange or wallet, they can easily restore access by resetting their password. Moreover, because most custodial wallets are directly linked to an exchange, it’s possible to trade the crypto within seconds, making it very convenient. Most investors who use custodial wallets do so precisely for the level of convenience they afford. However, many cryptocurrency users avoid using custodial wallets due to the lack of control. Because third-party controls the keys, users are entirely dependent on them. The risk is that they could, potentially, be refused access to their funds. This is not a small risk, as the recent collapse of the once-popular FTX exchange showed, when it abruptly canceled user withdrawals and filed for bankruptcy, owning millions of dollars worth of crypto. Non-Custodial Cold Wallets The alternative to custodial wallets is non-custodial wallets, which come in a range of different flavors. Many cryptocurrency users consider “cold wallets” to be one of the most secure options. Such wallets are usually hardware-based, and allow users to keep their funds offline. Hardware-based cold wallets are small devices, similar to a USB drive, that can be connected to a PC when the user needs to access it. When the device is disconnected from a PC, there’s no way to access the funds stored on it, meaning they can never be stolen by hackers. Some of the most popular hardware wallets include Ledger, Trezor, and Ellipal, which support multiple types of cryptocurrency. When the wallet is connected to a PC, the user can generate a unique address to receive funds, or send coins to another address. The hardware wallet has its own, unique recovery phase, or recovery seed, which allows users to reclaim their assets in the event that they lose the actual device. Obviously, this seed phrase needs to be stored somewhere safe, so it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. Such cold wallets are generally used to store larger amounts of cryptocurrency due to their higher security. The biggest downside is that they’re not always easy to use, and they’re certainly not as convenient as other options due to the need to plug the device into a PC each time you want to access it. Non-Custodial Hot Wallets The most commonly used kind of crypto wallet is the non-custodial hot wallet, which can take the form of a mobile or desktop app or even a browser plugin. There are countless options to choose from, with some of the most popular including Coinomi, Coinbase Wallet, MetaMask, Exodus, and Electrum. The advantages of non-custodial hot wallets are numerous, with one of the main ones being that users remain in full control of their digital assets. The vast majority of non-custodial hot wallets are free to download and use, and some of the most capable also provide additional services such as being able to swap or exchange tokens directly in the app, access DeFi and link the funds within it to a debit card. With hot wallets, no one else has access to the funds within it, so it’s impossible for users to be censored in any way. Smartphone-based hot wallets are also extremely convenient as they can be carried anywhere and used for payments or to receive funds on the go. As with hardware-based wallets, hot wallets require users to safely store their seed phrase. In the event that the user loses their smartphone, for example, they can download the same app on another device and recover their account. The biggest drawback to hot wallets is that they’re always online, meaning there is a low risk that they could be hacked. Though it’s not possible for crypto to be hacked in the traditional sense, many crypto users have fallen victim to scams and phishing attacks, where hackers trick them into giving up their seed phrase before clearing out their funds. The chances of this happening are fairly minimal, but it’s still a risk. Thankfully, a new generation of crypto wallets such as Klever Wallet K5 negates this risk once and for all. Unlike most other hot wallets, Klever Wallet supports both hot and cold storage via its KleverSafe device that’s sold separately. The KleveSafe hardware can be carried anywhere and connected to any mobile device and instantly linked to KleverWallet at any time, enabling users to access their cold-stored funds from anywhere and manage them efficiently. In this way, it’s possible to access a cold wallet on the go, with all the advantages of a hot wallet. Paper Wallets Last but not least is the so-called paper wallet, which is quite literally just a piece of paper that’s - obviously - disconnected from the internet. A paper wallet is really just a printout of the user’s public and private keys, which are needed to access their funds. The keys are represented by a string of random characters and a QR code for convenient scanning. To receive funds using a paper wallet, all the user has to do is share their public key (wallet address). Meanwhile, to send funds, they need to scan both the public and private keys using a device, then add the transaction details. The advantage of paper wallets is similar to that of cold wallets. Because they’re offline, they provide greater security for users. There are numerous services available for users to create paper wallets, including’s paper wallet generator,, and PaperWalletBitcoin. Paper wallets are arguably superior to hardware wallets because there’s no need to store a device. In addition, hardware wallet users must also write down and store their private keys on a piece of paper anyway. However, paper wallets are also the least user-friendly way of storing crypto, as the process of creating one involves several steps. The Best Way To Store Crypto Experienced crypto users generally recommend using a combination of different wallets to store your digital assets. The bulk of your funds should be stored using a cold wallet or paper wallet, as these are the most secure methods. Smaller amounts can be stored within a hot wallet on your smartphone for day-to-day use, such as trading crypto, making regular payments, or interacting with DeFi. Alternatively, users can also store smaller amounts in a custodial wallet on an exchange if they intend to trade regularly. The key to storing your crypto safely is to ensure that you physically record the recovery phrases for each crypto wallet that you use, no matter what the type. Write the seed phrase down on a piece of paper and store it securely somewhere that only you can access, such as a safe. Finally, remember that you should never share this seed phrase with anyone, not even someone who claims to be representing the wallet provider - this is a common scam, and a reputable crypto wallet firm will never ask for these details. 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.
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The live price of Mask Network (MASK) today is 5.4051 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Mask Network at 76,150,000 MASK, its market capitalization stands at 411,596,418 USD. In the last 24 hours MASK price has moved -0.2824 USD or -0.05% while 139,582,735 USD worth of MASK has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of MASK puts it at #97 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Mask Network Price5.4051 USD
Market Rank#97
Market Cap411,596,418 USD
24h Volume127,557,239 USD
Circulating Supply76,150,000 MASK
Max Supply100,000,000 MASK
Yesterday's Market Cap433,998,163.52 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close5.9817 USD / 5.6993 USD
Yesterday's High / Low6.0434 USD / 5.5235 USD
Yesterday's Change
-0.05% ( 0.2824 USD )
Yesterday's Volume139,582,734.63 USD
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