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. …

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 …

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 …

Bonk to the Future With megaBONK ($MBONK)

Sometime last summer I came across an oddball token called BONK while watching crypto related vids on LBRY.com (which has since rebranded as Odysee). I gave BONK a brief write-up at the time but⁠—other than checking up on the website periodically⁠—hadn’t paid much attention to it since. Having recently revisited the project I was surprised …

People Are Finally Getting Jupiter-Pilled ($JUP)

“Earth people, New York and California. Earth people, I was born on Jupiter.” – Dr. Octagon The first time I can recall noticing Jupiter ($JUP) Project was a year or two ago when I was scanning for random “space themed” cryptocurrencies that seemed marketable. Some of the coins I was looking at back then like …

The Terrifically Epic World of Triffic

One of the main reasons I haven’t been writing about crypto as much is that I’ve been preoccupied with “physically” earning GPS tokens through an augmented reality gaming app called Triffic. Utilizing blockchain technology, Triffic operates as a childchain on the Ardor platform, (which is already a point in its favor in terms of quality). …

The Ardorians

With the unsustainable gas fees and general uncertainty associated with Ethereum (in its current form), many projects and investors alike are seeking out alternative platforms. Due to the nonexistent barrier to entry for creating tokens on Ethereum and the plethora of dodgy “DeFi” shell games, I personally have ERC-20 token fatigue and am only still …

Keeping It Casual With Litecoin Cash

Most people are familiar with Bitcoin Cash, a crypto currency created from a fork of Bitcoin in 2017. Since Bitcoin had become more of an investment currency, Bitcoin Cash—with its faster processing time—was created to function as a transactional currency. The well known coin is listed on prominent exchanges like Coinbase and trades at fairly …