Tag «crypto»

Ravencoin’s NFT Renaissance

When I decided to get back into crypto about two years ago, Ravencoin was one of the first coins I looked at, and I even held some for a period of time before moving on to whatever else I got myself hyped up on. The Ravencoin community at that time seemed robust, yet fairly small …

PolyShiba, the Pup That Was Adopted

Several months ago when Polygon/MATIC began really hitting its stride, and new tokens were popping up on the network left and right, someone randomly added me to a “PolyShiba” group on Telegram. Mildly annoyed, I assumed it was just another dime-a-dozen scam coin and ignored it. However, I never removed the group from my Telegram. …

Sinking Our Teeth Into GemBites

I first heard about GemBites (a project which runs on Polygon/Matic) when they were offering an airdrop to Polydoge holders. I just happened to be holding some Polydoge at the time and received a whopping 1.8 GemBites tokens in my wallet one afternoon. It seems that GemBites previously planned to launch late last year but …

Navigating the Uncharted Polygon Wilderness With Polychart ($PCHART)

One of the great benefits of being an early explorer of the Matic/Polygon ecosystem is that you get a chance to discover (before everyone else) the projects and apps which will potentially become those essential tools that most users of the chain can’t live without. Just as QuickSwap has quickly established itself as the Uniswap …

A Brief Look at What’s in Store For CryptoCart ($CC)

One of the most common questions you hear asked about cryptocurrency from curious members of general public is “What can you actually buy with it?” You don’t encounter this query as frequently as you did five or ten years ago, because at this point crypto has already been integrated with a substantial number of payment …

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 …

The “Futurov” is Now ($FTV)

In their own words, Futurov is a “community owned multi-media entertainment platform and end-to-end NFT hub bringing live TV, shows and financial education.” In laymen’s terms Futurov is an entertainment aggregator that produces original films, series and more. It may be the first of its kind in the blockchain realm. Some influencers have boldly declared …

Berry Data, Ripe For the Picking? ($BRY)

As was noted in the recent article about April Oracle, there have been a plethora of oracle projects aiming to become the “Chainlink of Binance Smart Chain.” One of the most promising and established (at least in terms of name recognition) contenders is Berry Data, which describes itself more generally as being “committed to becoming …

There’s a New Oracle in Town – Say Hello to April

One of the methods I use to locate new and interesting projects is to browse the “recently added” section of Coingecko and simply look at every single coin. A holdover tactic from when I used to research expiring domain names in the early 2000s, this is basically referred to as the “eyeball technique,” which involves …