If you are tired of being subjected to a multitude of ads that Youtube, Facebook and Instagram are constantly throwing at you and not getting a cut of that revenue, you are not alone. I too, am fed up with the countless ads on these so popular social networks and I find it rather unfair. … Continue reading LBRY Pays users to browse through content.
It's January 3rd 2020 and today marks 11 years since the Genesis Block being mined back in 2009. For those who missed my Crypto Jargon series, a genesis block is the first block of a blockchain.....
This the second of my Crypto Jargon blog series. In this article I'm breaking down the following terms: ADDY Wire Crypto Wallets Public Key Private Key If you've seen the other posts on this blog, you've probably heard me use Addy or Wallet more than a few times... Well, Addy is, in fact, short for … Continue reading ADDY, WIRE, WALLET ADDRESS, Private and Public Key Explained
This week I met with the co-founder of a brand new service that is making a lot of buzz with the crypto community right now. And for a good reason. Imagine having your own name (or brand name) domain that is way more private and secure than the .com or whatever else we are currently … Continue reading Blockchain-based Domains : decentralized, private, censorship-resistant
We started November on a positive note with the celebration of 10 years since Bitcoin's whitepaper release but we are ending on a more sombre note as we are experiencing the biggest bloodbath in the crypto market since the 2014 market donwslide. As it stands right now, we are in a 82% decline since Bitcoin's … Continue reading Bitcoin Crash Report – Is this the End?
There are many staking coins and various ways they reward their hodlers. Some require running a masternode, others require longer lock-in period of the coins or a higher amount limit. And then there are those with a simpler, more user-friendly strategy like BNB and KCS which share a similar model so it makes sense to … Continue reading BNB vs KCS : Two utility tokens to consider
For those who might have missed the memo, EOS is moving to its native blockchain from June 2018. Currently the tokens are Ethereum based, ERC20 type tokens and from June they will move away from Ethereum and will start their own blockchain. This means that we (EOS token hodlers) will have to do what is … Continue reading Why you should register EOS addresses before June 1st 2018
Facebook is increasingly under public scrutiny for compromising its members data and in the wake of the growing concern of keeping your data to yourself, I have a couple of quick tips on how to limit the data being stored about you.....