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Dec 30, 2022

Why blockchain will remain a big deal in 2023 and beyond

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, blockchains, cryptocurrencies, security

While it is still unclear how cryptocurrencies will alter in value and where we will be in 2023 — one thing is clear, they are undoubtedly here to stay.

As 2022 draws to a close, the cryptocurrency market is under great scrutiny. From the crypto winter of 2021 that saw Bitcoin lose almost a third of its value and other cryptocurrencies follow suit to security issues with crypto exchanges, bridges, and web 3.0 apps, and of course, FTX’s dramatic failure, it’s almost impossible to disbelieve tales of gloom. However, looking at the forecasts for 2023, it appears the market may rebound, and now may even be an ideal moment to invest.

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Dec 30, 2022

Top 10 NFTs that You Should Look out for in 2023

Posted by in categories: blockchains, media & arts, space

In this article, we review the top 10 NFTs and why they make for great investments this year.

Non-Fungible Tokens, or NFTs for short, have been the buzzword for the year 2022. And, rightly so because even though it might seem like it is a new tech on the block, you will be shocked to know that there are more than 11 million NFTs out there. Each represents a unique (and, not to forget, valuable) piece of art which could be an image, video content, music, or anything else. And, yet, the industry is still in its infancy stage. We bring to you the only guide you will ever need to understand the uprising of the NFT market and what is all the attraction about. We have also shared some of our favorite NFTs to check out if you want to get active in space. This article features the top 10 NFTs that you should look out for in 2023.


Dec 17, 2022

The post-Merge Ethereum ecosystem needs privacy more than ever

Posted by in categories: blockchains, cryptocurrencies, security

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On September 15, 2022, the Ethereum network migrated from a proof-of-work to a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism called the Merge. Apart from reducing energy consumption by 99%, the Merge laid the foundations for building a highly secure and scalable blockchain. However, despite the benefits of the Merge, it also marks a regression in privacy, which is a significant concern for Ethereum users.

Privacy generally takes a backseat to other core blockchain topics such as decentralization and scalability. In fact, blockchain networks’ zeal for data transparency often comes at the cost of compromising individual and enterprise privacy. But without a privacy-focused approach — even one that gives users optional privacy — Ethereum decentralized applications (dapps) will repeat the same mistakes of Web2 applications.

Dec 16, 2022

Binance withdrawals surge to $3 billion, CEO CZ calls its ‘business as usual’

Posted by in categories: blockchains, business

A deja-vu in the crypto industry.

Withdrawals at the world’s largest crypto exchange platform, Binance, surged to $3 billion in a period of 24 hours, according to blockchain analytics firm Nansen.

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao called the incident “very normal market behavior,” CNN

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Dec 9, 2022

It’s Official — GPT-3 Is Replacing Programmers…

Posted by in categories: blockchains, information science

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Dec 2, 2022

Crypto exchange Coinbase says Apple has shut down the ability for users to send NFTs because it can’t collect the 30% in-app fee

Posted by in category: blockchains

Apple’s mobile store can typically charge up to 30% commission on in-app purchases, but gas fees don’t occur within the app. Gas fees, which are the charge a user pays to perform a function on a blockchain, keep its network running. Therefore, you can’t pay for gas fees using Apple’s software.

Apple did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

“For anyone who understands how NFTs and blockchains work, this is clearly not possible,” Coinbase said. “Apple’s proprietary In-App Purchase system does not support crypto, so we couldn’t comply even if we tried.”

Nov 27, 2022

In the metaverse and NFT 2.0, marketers should focus on utility and community

Posted by in categories: blockchains, innovation

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As we move into the NFT 2.0 technology space, we see a more innovative and accessible approach to creating a user-centric experience where participants can benefit from utility. Web3 marketers are also delving into how brands can position themselves to continue generating profit from NFT ventures while adding value to their products. However, for NFTs to thrive in the Web3 ecosystem, consumers need storytelling and value proposition, especially in an environment where technology is constantly evolving.

Web3 marketing agencies have been carefully implementing brands into the metaverse to build awareness and actual utility for consumers they engage with. However, for a brand to be true to its fan base, its digital assets must incorporate audience and community engagement to create a worthwhile experience and keep consumers coming back.

Nov 15, 2022

On the road to building decentralized applications

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Nov 13, 2022

What can blockchain do for increasing human longevity?

Posted by in categories: blockchains, finance, life extension

Longevity is not yet considered an official medical term, and aging is not officially considered a disease but a natural occurrence in every living thing.

However, some biologists, researchers and practicing doctors believe this approach should change, and they are striving to discover the mechanisms of aging in humans. In doing so, they are creating age clocks by defining biomarkers for measuring biological age, exploring the best lifestyle habits and natural supplements, and inventing new drugs that could stop us from getting older.

Longevity has been on the radar of crypto leaders for some time already, which is not a surprise given that the industry promises to improve humankind through innovation. Indeed, one prominent event in the longevity industry, the Longevity Investors Conference, is organized by Marc P. Bernegger and Tobias Reichmuth, who were previously involved with the Crypto Finance Group.

Nov 1, 2022

Twitter Reveals ‘NFT Tweet Tiles’ in Order to ’Impact‘ the Social Media Experience

Posted by in categories: blockchains, business, Elon Musk

Is Twitter getting into the NFT business?

According to the social media company Twitter, the firm plans to launch a new feature called “NFT Tweet Tiles,” a segregated panel within a tweet that showcases non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the marketplaces that list the specific NFT shared. The new NFT concept is expected to drop soon, in order to “impact the Tweet experience,” Twitter developers explained on Oct. 27.

Twitter Developers Reveal ‘NFT Tweet Tiles’

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