Tag «cryptocurrency»

Better Redd Than Dead! – How Reddcoin Could Experience a Revival

With the exponential proliferation of rug pulls, overhyped garbage projects and slimy developers in crypto the last couple of years, I’ve often wondered whether there would be renewed interest in so-called “boring” legacy coins like Digibyte, Litecoin, and Reddcoin. After getting bamboozled enough times, some people might wish to gravitate back toward projects which haveā€”at …

Blockchain-Powered E-Commerce Platform “Storex” Poised to Launch on Proton

Try saying that five times fast! I confess I hadn’t heard of Storex until they recently conducted an airdrop of their token (STRX) to Proton holders. At the time, it was only tradeable on an exchange called Alcor (no relation to the cryonics facility that freezes human corpses). Then just yesterday Storex scored its highly …

Freshening Up the NFT Space With Proton Mint

One of the more promising layer 1 blockchains to rapidly emerge from obscurity has been Proton (XPR). Describing itself as “the payment blockchain,” Proton seems to place a heavy emphasis on speed, efficiency, and the ability to support high transaction volumes. Unlike with many other projects, Proton’s actual products are consistent with their branding and …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …