Category «Culture»

The Far Side of Leda – Exploring Jupiter’s NFT Marketplace. ($JUP)

As I’ve mentioned recently on a few different occasions, a lot of artists have begun to gravitate away from Ethereum-based NFT platforms due to the high minting costs and flea market “ebayfication” of these sites (specifically the gargantuan ones like OpenSea). In a previous article, I noted how impressed I was with Ardor’s NFT marketplace, …

Do You Believe in NFTMagic?

For a while now, I’ve been meaning to get away from minting NFTs on Ethereum and start trying my hand with some other blockchains. After perusing a number of options, I ultimately decided to go with Ardor’s NFT marketplace, NFTMagic. Though there’s less hype surrounding Ardor than other prominent chains like Polkadot, Zilliqa, and Cosmos…Ardor …

Proposed “Accountability-Based” Social Media Platform is Looking to Make WAIVs

Throughout its brief history, the culture surrounding cryptocurrency has always valued online privacy and anonymity. From privacy-oriented projects like Monero—which tout untraceability—to vpn providers like Sentinel and Orchid, that offer people a more flexible, anonymous web browsing experience. Even Litecoin has opted for a privacy upgrade, as demonstrated by their recent incorporation of MimbleWimble. So …

WAX Cloud Wallet Fills a Consumer-Friendly Void in the NFT Space

It might seem like ancient history, but there was a time not so long ago (in the early 1990s) when activities like browsing the internet and sending an email required levels of technical knowledge that rendered them too impractical, intimidating and cumbersome for most people to engage in. In those days, internet usage was largely …

Living In the Lap of Crypto Luxury With Richie Rich Coin

Finally, there’s a currency out there that incorporates my two favorite aesthetics: 1980s Saturday morning cartoons and getting rich. When I saw Richie Rich Coin ($RICH) pop up on my Twitter feed a few days ago, it caught my eye immediately. I just knew I needed to own some. At first glance it might appear …

At the LBRY

For both content creators and regular users, there has been an increasing demand for alternatives to Youtube and various other “Big Tech” social media platforms. Having used sites like Vid.me (now defunct), Gab, Parler, and BitChute, I’ve recently decided that one of the more promising “new media” creations is LBRY. LBRY insists that it is …