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SafePal S1 Hardware Wallet Review | Fingerprint Security for Digital Assets

SafePal S1 Hardware Wallet Review | Fingerprint Security for Digital Assets

Everyone in the crypto world has questions and expectations about the future of Ethereum as Ethereum 2.0’s release keeps getting closer. Will this upgrade be able to address the Ethereum scaling problem along with performance issues? Will the gas prices model be changed? Will the change to proof-of-stake increase the throughput to the level required by the current boom?

While I wonder about all of this in order to decide how to manage my ETH portfolio, crypto projects might have more at stake than I do. Some of them are not waiting for Ethereum’s latest upgrade. Today, I will be updating you with the latest news on Cardano as well as telling you why you should have ADA in your portfolio as it will be overtaking Ethereum next year. We’ll pit ADA vs Ethereum and tell you exactly how Cardano will benefit from an ETH 2.0 stall.

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Will Cardano Overtake Ethereum in 2021?

Will Cardano Overtake Ethereum in 2021?

Everyone in the crypto world has questions and expectations about the future of Ethereum as Ethereum 2.0’s release keeps getting closer. Will this upgrade be able to address the Ethereum scaling problem along with performance issues? Will the gas prices model be changed? Will the change to proof-of-stake increase the throughput to the level required by the current boom?

While I wonder about all of this in order to decide how to manage my ETH portfolio, crypto projects might have more at stake than I do. Some of them are not waiting for Ethereum’s latest upgrade. Today, I will be updating you with the latest news on Cardano as well as telling you why you should have ADA in your portfolio as it will be overtaking Ethereum next year. We’ll pit ADA vs Ethereum and tell you exactly how Cardano will benefit from an ETH 2.0 stall.

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How long does it take to mine 1 Bitcoin?

How long does it take to mine 1 Bitcoin?

The simple answer is that it currently takes about 10 minutes to mine a new Bitcoin. However, mining is a complex process, of which several factors need to be considered.

Bitcoin’s value and demand are projected to rise in the coming years. Buying Bitcoin is the easiest way to obtain the digital currency, but there are other ways to receive it. Mining Bitcoin is a viable option. This article explains how long it takes to mine 1 Bitcoin. 

Mining Explained

Mining Bitcoin involves transaction validation. Nodes (computers) compete to generate new blocks of valid transactions and include them in the Bitcoin blockchain. These nodes are rewarded for their computing power. 

Whenever a Bitcoin crypto transaction is performed, network nodes make sure that it is authentic and then update all information required about the transaction to the blockchain. Nodes compete by solving complex math puzzles. The winning node earns a reward, paid in BTC the native cryptocurrency to the Bitcoin blockchain. 

This process requires a great deal of computing power, making mining an expensive and calculated activity. As compensation for the costs, the network gives the reward for validated transactions.

Bitcoin mining is a finite process as there are only 21 million coins in the total supply. The last of these is projected to be mined about 120 years from now. With the decreasing supply, the number of Bitcoins allocated as rewards reduces every four years, known as the Bitcoin halving. This phenomenon has taken place three times so far, and occurs every 210.000 blocks, reducing the block reward by half. The last halving, which occurred in May this year, left the current rate sitting at 6.25 Bitcoins per block. 

Factors Affecting the Time It Takes to Mine 1 Bitcoin

As earlier mentioned, with Bitcoin’s supply algorithm, the average time required to mine one Bitcoin is approximately 10 minutes. The time needed to create a single new block remains constant, but some other crucial factors that affect the profitability of mining Bitcoin include:

  • mining hardware used
  • hash rate
  • mining method 
  • mining difficulty

Mining Hardware Used

The Bitcoin mining landscape is much different than it was at the start in 2009 when miners could use their PCs to generate new blocks. Bitcoin now uses the SHA-256 mining algorithm, which most computers cannot handle. It takes extremely powerful and efficient hardware to run millions of calculations within a short time. 

Graphics Processing Units (GPUs), Application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), and Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are the current most broadly used hardware for Bitcoin mining. There is also the issue of electric power consumption, the more powerful the computer is, which is an added expense.

Hash Rate

Hash rate is the measure of how much power the network requires for finding and validation blocks of transactions. This metric expresses the ability of a blockchain network to make computations, calculated by the number of operations done every second (hashes per second).

Hash rate increases with more nodes available to compete to solve a block. So, a network with a higher hash rate simply has a better chance (more nodes competing) to confirm the new block.

Mining Method 

Solo mining to earn a full personal reward is expensive and tedious, as discussed above. Mining pools are the best option for those who can’t afford the huge costs of Bitcoin mining hardware. They allow people to pool resources to achieve a higher hash rate, which means more blocks mined. 

Bitcoin pools share resources to cover the costs of computing and electric power and puts them in the running against big-time mining companies. It also betters the chances of winning the block for a shared reward.

Mining Difficulty

Mining difficulty is an indicator of how hard it is to get the right hash (operation) for each block of Bitcoin. It shows the amount of work a node must put in to be rewarded. 

Mining difficulty is an ever-changing value, so it is challenging to approximate the exact potential mining time. That’s because the bitcoin network is designed to alter difficulty every 2016th block to make sure that the process occurs every 10 minutes.

When it becomes too easy to mine new blocks, the network increases the difficulty, making it harder. The reverse is the case when mining becomes too hard, which may happen if the price of Bitcoin falls, and too many miners quit mining.

Conclusion

Due to the ever-changing factors involved in mining, such as competition and computing power, it is difficult to state the exact time it takes to mine a Bitcoin. The average is 10 minutes; however, it may take a miner more or less time depending on their mining power.

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Solana Blockchain Review by Coin Bureau

Solana Blockchain Review by Coin Bureau

Solana is a fast layer 1 blockchain that was founded by former Qualcomm employees. The Solana blockchain can scale to over 65 000 transactions/second. It is able to scale without sacrificing decentralization or security due to a very unique feature.

Solana is able to do this by adding timestamps to blockchain transactions, something also done by companies like Google and Intel.

However, Solanas being a decentralized platform means it cannot use a centralized clock. Because of this Solana created its own decentralized clock. The clock is required for the entire blockchain to reference and organize transactions and blocks accordingly.

Solana, similar to Ethereum is a smart contract blockchain. Solana is still in development, however, this has not stopped 3rd parties from beginning to migrate towards the platform. Major players in the cryptocurrency space such as Tether, Chainlink, and FTX have all begun steps to utilize the Solana blockchain.

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WHAT IS UNISWAP GOVERNANCE TOKEN (UNI)?

WHAT IS UNISWAP GOVERNANCE TOKEN (UNI)?

DeFi leader Uniswap, has stepped it up with a governance token of their own – UNI. As expected of such a behemoth of a platform, they have big aspirations. Aspirations that are well encapsulated by the one billion coins stocked for release over the next four years.

To Uniswap, this is a chance to reward their community members, investors, present/future employees, and advisers with a planned token allocation of 60%, 17.8%, 21.51%, and 0.69%, respectively. In doing so, they follow the recent trend of protocol teams dishing out governance rights in exchange for the much-desired liquidity.

Since its launch, the UNI has not been immune to the market cap’s price volatility. Within 48 hours, the UNI token price soared as high as $8.00 as Uniswap users grabbed their share of airdropped tokens, in the following days it settled around $4.00.

However, it’s still early days for this new token, and the attractive $4.00 current market price per token has catalyzed widespread belief that this token can end up becoming DeFi’s next golden project.

The four-year vesting cycle is adjudged to be worth around $600 million in potential yields for the 17.8% (178 million tokens of UNI) to be shared to the investors. 

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Biggest Yield Farming Secrets EXPOSED

Biggest Yield Farming Secrets EXPOSED

The initial buzz around Decentralised finance (DeFi) has become the backdrop of yield farming recently, and for good reason. Yield farming promises dreamlike returns on capital investments in platforms like Curve, Synthetix, Balancer, and of course, Compound. These returns can reach 100% APR on ETH, comp, random,  and other stablecoins. It suffices to say that the idea of yield farming epitomizes earning money while you sleep, but only if you're doing it right. 

In the beginning, yield farmers simply made the most of the flattering attempts by new big names like Synthetix to enable liquidity providers to circulate their native tokens. They accomplished this through their synthetic ETH token (sETH), using Uniswap DEX. The bait was that adding liquidity to the targeted sETH trading pool and staking Uniswap deposits called Uniswap sETH LP tokens, would profit the investor with SNX ( the Synthetix token) as well as trading charges earned from the Uniswap platform. 

Following that trend on various DEXs, Synthetix currently gives back the most SNX returns at (about 48,000 SNX) every week through the Curve DEX. Meanwhile, other protocol teams have copied that style, with the COMP tokens smashing various records after debuting as governance-tokens-on-sale recently. 

On that note, the most experienced experts in the world of yield farming have released a few trade secrets that will change your approach towards yield farming for the best profits. Here's what they have to say:

Learn all you can about 100% APR – Arthur Cheong 

By taking the time to meticulously borrow tokens that'll yield the most COMP,  farmers have learned to supercharge their proceeds. This leverage borrowing system relies on the market-based distribution formula for the COMP token, and channels like InstaDapp has made that whole ordeal a more straightforward one.

The beauty of this strategy is in its continuity since liquidity providers can just hop on to the next scarce token after heating up to its maximum potential. This is evident in how most liquidity providers have moved onto less popular pieces like ZRX and BAT tokens after gaining weight on USDT. 

Divide and plunder – Degen Spartan 

Instead of looking at the juicy fruits on offer with the movement to COMP, you can capitalize on the resultant gaps in token space that have made niche strategies a bigger market for those willing to try. All you have to do is invest some stablecoins into the sUSD Curve pool, for example, and you'll be happy with more than an extra 20% APY in SNX after you throw the token into the Synthetix Mintr incentives contract.

Low-rate capital – Jake Brukhman, Founder and Managing Director of CoinFund

This has profit written all over it, but farmers will need to dig in their heels to weed out the really 'big fish' opportunity. There are many lending platforms offering capital at interest rates that go well below 0.1% - some are even available at 0%. There's also the exuberance of early protocol teams that promise sky-high APYs to consider. Of course, your assets, luck, and risk-taking threshold determine your prospects, but the odds are really good. 

Don't forget the roots - Lasse Clausen

Little success in enabling liquidity for rewards can derail farmers from the basics of yield farming. One has to continually remember that yield farming is all about providing exposure for these tokens at their early stages in order to seize on their potential. While this means there's always some reinvestment to be done, the endless possibilities are why yield farming is so exciting anyways. 

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Yield Farming Defi Insights for Beginners

Yield Farming Defi Insights for Beginners

Agricultural yield refers to the amount of food harvested. Likewise, followers of the DeFi movement have created the term “yield farming” to refer to a similarly exponential growth of interest on a foundational cryptocurrency stash. These yields come about when assets like USDT, USDC, and Dai are utilized on a DeFi platform such as Compound.

The introduction of a distribution system for the COMP governance token by Compound has further blown up the relatively new yield farming space, completely transformed the field of DeFi, and definitively made Compound the biggest DeFi project. The COMP token is now by far the most valuable DeFi token owing to the swift and massive migration of traders to the Compound platform for COMP “farming.”

Yield farming is this year’s most significant “discovery” in DeFi. It has caused several crypto enthusiasts to shift their focus to yield farming activities via DeFi projects like Sythetix, Balancer, and Curve. However, the ideas surrounding yield farming are not entirely new, but the sudden widespread realization and interest in them definitely is. 

For better understanding, let’s delve deeper into some of the hottest yield farming tokens and trends.

COMP Farming

The Compound platform is providing a four-year “liquidity mining” offer for liquidity providers. The aim is to reward all borrowers and suppliers of assets on the platform via a proportionate allotment of COMP within this period, with 2,880 tokens allocated daily. This new approach is drawing in a lot of traders who are transferring their crypto assets to the platform to yield-farm COMP allocations. 

Furthermore, some other DeFi projects are also promoting COMP yield farming in various ways. For instance, InstaDApp, a smart wallet project, has added a “Maximize $COMP mining” widget to allow users to get in on the action with a few clicks. Basically, this is mining with an advantage. Traders can deposit or borrow assets to gain more COMP. These same actions can be performed manually, but a smart wallet like InstaDApp eases COMP yield farming, and it only takes a couple of clicks.

BAL Farming

Instead of the 1:1 pools that Uniswap uses, Balancer, a newer automated-market maker (AMM), lets users create liquidity pools made up of several ERC20 tokens, which makes it more flexible. The designers of Balancer seek a completely decentralized governance that is also capable of doing some bootstrapping. Hence, the platform has just initiated its own liquidity mining campaign, with BAL as its governance token.

So far, 100 million BAL tokens have been minted, with up to 65 million allocated to reward liquidity providers. Currently, 145,000 BAL tokens are distributed to Balancer’s liquidity providers every week, which has attracted a lot of traders interested in yield-farming BAL rewards.

sUSD Liquidity Trial

In March this year, Sythetix commenced its own incentive program for traders of sUSD, the platform’s native stablecoin, via the iearn and Curve exchange protocols. It began with a four-week test campaign aimed at distributing 32,000 SNX tokens proportionately to liquidity providers staking their Curve LP tokens.

Users were to deposit sUSD along with another supported stablecoin like Dai, USDT, or USDC into iearn and, in turn, receive an allotment of Curve.fi sUSD/y.curve.fi tokens. They could then take their tokens to Mintr, the decentralized minting hub of the Sythetix platform, and stake them to qualify for the trial SNX awards. 

The driving concept was that traders get a regular pool of APY as well as SNX incentives for supplying liquidity to the platform. It was a very appealing campaign for yield farmers to earn interests on their lodged assets and their liquid assets that they could sell instantly on any DEX and make profits.

The Curve-Ren-Synthetix Farming Meld

One other highly rewarding yield farming prospect owes to the recent partnership between Sythetix, Curve, and Ren, an interoperability project. It’s a rewarding BTC ERC20 liquidity pool set to run for ten weeks.

The exceptional set-up of the system allows users that provide WBTC, sBTC, and renBTC liquidity to the pool to earn SNX, REN, CRV (the upcoming Curve reward token), and BAL. That is nothing short of paradise to a yield farmer.

Is it really possible? Yes. Firstly, the combined teams of Ren and Sythetix have designed a Balancer pool made up of REN and SNX tokens. The pool is to generate both BAL from the liquidity mining campaign of the Balancer platform and liquidity provider rewards in BPT form, which is basically a wrap combo of REN and SNX.

Futureswap

Promoted as being adequate for both yield farmers and traders, Futureswap is a decentralized futures exchange where users also get rewarded for providing liquidity. Although the project is yet to be officially launched, a three-day Alpha test ran at the start of the year. 

In just three days of running, owing to the remarkably high demand for the platform, the Futureswap team had to shut down the test for caution’s sake. Nonetheless, those who experienced the exchange attested to its great potential. The team’s analysis reported that the high volume during the Alpha test “translated into the outperforming of holding equal value amounts of ETH/DAI for liquidity providers of over 550% annually.” Now, here’s a margin that will be sure to get a yield farmer at the edge of their seat.

Bottom Line

The realization of yield farming has transformed the DeFi arena in such a short time, and its exciting prospects will be sure to keep drawing crypto traders in for a long time. However, as with all other forms of trading and mining, there are risks involved. Yield farming comes with both smart contract risks and liquidation risks, and so you should never farm using funds that you’re afraid to lose. Curiosity is welcome, but recklessness isn’t. The yield farming movement is here to stay, and so there should be no rush.

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What Is Polkodot And How Does It Compare to Ethereum?

What Is Polkodot And How Does It Compare to Ethereum?

When discussing cryptocurrencies these days, it's hard to go without haring aboutor mentioning the Ethereum blockchain. However, a new project has some interesting potential. Originating from a co-founder of Ethereum, Gavin Wood, Polkadot has become a highly anticipated multi-chain interoperable network. 

Following his leave from the Ethereum Foundation in 2016, Gavin Wood created a new blockchain called Polkadot, with the aim of solving different problems faced by many exisiting blockchains, including Ethereum 1.0. 

Polkadot vs. Ethereum

Considering the intertwined history of both projects, it is only natural to compare them. At the basics, Ethereum, from a developer perspective, provides a platform where both logical statements and smart contracts are deployable to navigate the transfer of native assets on the Ethereum chain. On the other hand, Polkadot is meant to provide a platform where various blockchains are connectable, as well as a framework that makes building your own blockchain possible and easy. So as far as similarities go, on a basic level, the major design aim of both Ethereum and Polkadot is to enable developers to create their own personalized, decentralized applications. 

In detail, the Ethereum and Polkadot platforms have their individual strong points. One of the most obvious strengths of Ethereum is its all-encompassing ecosystem, but this comes at a price – scalability, which refers to how transactions are processed at a limited rate. 

Ethereum 1.0 uses a structure consisting of a single-chain where each node must individually authorize all transactions. Ethereum 2.0 aims to tackle this problem using a main chain termed the “Beacon Chain”.

Polkadot uses a similar yet different sharding method, in that it consists of a main chain termed the “Relay Chain,” and the shards (called parachains in Polkadot) can process transactions in parallel. But unlike the Ethereum sharding method, the parachains do not use a uniform rule for state-changing but independently initiate state changes. A simple way to understand this is to think of the main chain as a multi USB connector where, for the Ethereum blockchain, you can only plug in a specific type of USB type, while Polkadot allows for more. 

That brings us to the effect of the level scalability that both blockchains offer. The lack of flexibility of shard connection in Ethereum makes interoperability nearly impossible, and, as such, only predetermined shards can join the Ethereum ecosystem. The reverse is the case for Polkadot as bridge parachains effectively enable developers to connect to external blockchains, including Ethereum.

It’s increasingly clear that Polkadot aims to do everything possible on other blockchains with the added benefit of seamless movement of assets between other chains, among other things. One of its major strengths over other blockchains for developers is the use of the development framework – Substrate –which effectively helps with facilitating easier blockchain development. 

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7 High Commission DeFi Affiliate Programs You Should Sign Up For

7 High Commission DeFi Affiliate Programs You Should Sign Up For

For a while now, access to passive income has defined those who can achieve their dreams and those who cannot. On the one hand, some still think putting in hard work will earn them that dream vacation to the Caribbean, the other group are smartly selling their time to make sure they get on the next plane there.

Over the past decade, the latter school of thought has produced too many success stories to count, with smart investments producing millionaires without number – a great percentage of which have come from the advent of Decentralized Finance (DeFi).

As cryptocurrencies gain value with each passing day, all it takes to be successful is to attach yourself to a working model for DeFi passive income to rake in some cash while you sleep.

Here are the seven hottest DeFi affiliate programs you can check out today.

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ByBit

ByBit has soared in popularity over the past few years, with the ByBit’s DeFi affiliate program social media marketing campaign turning up as a huge success among derivative cryptocurrency exchanges. The $90 welcome bonus makes joining an easy choice, while the pyramid-strategy for its DeFi referral program has made moneymaking even easier for ByBit affiliates.

ByBit affiliates make referral earnings not only from people they refer directly but also generations of people referred by their referrals. Affiliates at the third level get 10% off trading fees, and extremely successful affiliates that bring in high-volume traders get commissions that could reach 35%.

Ledger

One DeFi affiliate program that places your future in your hands is Ledger. As the premier DeFi affiliate program right now, Ledger affiliates enjoy conversion rates exceeding 50%, which is directly beneficial since they get a dollar commission for every 10 dollars sold. 

Also, depending on whether the affiliate joins directly or not, you can choose how you earn. Using the Awin.com registers your earning in cash while using the direct Ledger DeFi affiliate program records earnings in BTC. The payout must reach a $50 threshold before affiliates can withdraw.

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Paxful

Originally a trading platform for cryptos, Paxful has recently developed a friendly platform for affiliate earning. The Paxful affiliate team has a pleasant reputation for improving the experience, and their DeFi referral program pays out 10% in commissions for every level 2 bitcoin purchase that an affiliate refers. That generous system lets you in on commissions from the referred purchases that affiliates you refer would normally only benefit from. Affiliates also get to keep half of the exchange fees when a referred buyer orders bitcoin through the Paxful platform, so there are many ways to get income.

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Coinbase

Being the first bus stop for the majority of people’s first foray into cryptocurrency certainly has its perks. Chief of them is the fact that affiliates can guide the newcomers to their benefit – which is worth 50% in commissions for trading fees done within the first 90 days after joining the Coinbase affiliate program.

There is no cap on the number of referrals. While you enjoy the customized DeFi referral program campaign reports and tracking, you continue to get 10% of every purchase from your referred purchases.

Coinmama

Reliable is not a word you throw around in crypto-space, and that’s why Coinmama is worth her mention in this list. Since its launch in 2013, the Israel-based crypto exchange platform has become a reliable moneymaker for crypto enthusiasts. Coinmama offers a lifetime exchange commission of 15% through an in-house DeFi affiliate program on its web application. The fact that the commission on trading fees is valid for a lifetime more than makes up for the numbers that might not be as impressive as the competition. Coinmama’s worldwide appeal – Coinmama boasts support in more than 189 countries – can prove to be a good platform for any DeFi referral program you’re looking to stack sats with.

Changelly

Changelly has as many platform users as Coinmama despite joining the cryptocurrency exchange market much later, which is a testament to Changelly’s excellent experience. The round-the-clock live support, transparent rates, and easy-to-use platform make the DeFi affiliate program an easier choice for people looking to get more from DeFi.

Changelly also presents an irresistible offer in her DeFi referral program - Affiliates earn commissions at 50% for every referred user. Even popular media channels like Coin Gecko and CoinTelegraph have found that offer hard to pass up.

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Trezor

Trezor is a hardware wallet like Ledger that allows you to store cryptocurrency assets offline. Affiliates find Trezor an excellent DeFi affiliate program, despite its averagely impressive 12% commission on referrals, because of how popular Trezor is in crypto-space. After all, everyone in the crypto market will need a hardware wallet at some point, so being an affiliate of the most popular one is not a bad idea.

These seven DeFi affiliate programs have kept up good work for a respectable period, although some new names like the upcoming HASHWallet affiliate program may likely give them a good fight soon enough. Until then, make the most of them!

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6 Most Profitable Yield Farming Platforms – Blockchain Cryptocurrencies

6 Most Profitable Yield Farming Platforms – Blockchain Cryptocurrencies

The latest craze in the finance world is undoubtedly cryptocurrency. The monstrous growth of Ethereum and Bitcoin assets over the past year has become the only shining light in what the Queen would have already (but understandably) written off as an ‘Annus horribilis.’ 

The doubters have become blind believers. And even newbies with no idea of what tokens are, assert to their friends and families that cryptocurrency is everybody’s path to financial freedom. 

Of course, while they might be right that the future is here, the end to that story is predictable by now. If these people don’t find the true source of the crypto heat – yield farming – it will be another sad tale of falling victim to the numerous get-rich-quick schemes out there. 

Indeed, yield farming is one of the few channels that offer the window of opportunity for investment in crypto in the craziest of ways. Either by lending or borrowing, many people have figured out ways to take advantage of yield farming. On that note, here are the six farms that currently yield the most:

Compound

One doesn’t rant about yield farming post-lockdown without paying tribute to the legendary DeFi Comp tokens. Since her debut on June  15, 2020, the value of the tokens has risen as high as $200, shocking Compound’s team and investors, and that momentum is not looking like it will run out of steam anytime soon.

The Compound protocol banked on creating activity on the platform by just giving away the tokens daily, and the world responded. After all, who wouldn’t develop an interest in a deposit that yields benefits even if you were the one taking the loan? What’s better? You can stack the yields by lending out what you borrowed from what you had initially lent out, all to multiply your yield — a true game-changer in the world of ‘Compound’ interests.

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Binance

Unlike Compound, Binance is a crypto margin lending platform. That means it serves as the emergency reserve for traders looking to open leverage positions that will require more capital than they can afford at the time. Binance offers people with idle cryptos the option of giving out loans at ‘meh’ interest rates (around 0.83% for ETH).

Margin lending is a volatile business since the yield fluctuates based on the demand and supply of the loans. Then again, which part of cryptocurrency isn’t watery?

BlockFi

If you’re looking for a more profitable yield farming platform than Binance, then BlockFi is the fastest solution. Simply put, BlockFi offers 4.5% interest rates for ETH loans (where Binance offers 0.83%) and 6% for BTC (where Binance offers 0.75%). The only minor drawback is that BlockFi is a lot stricter than their counterparts, requiring KYC validation, among other certifications that can be such a hassle. Get through all that, though, and you get better deals.

NEXO

Another alternative to margin lending platforms is NEXO, which uses a centralized lending system. The centralized nature of the loan origination makes the interest rates more stable since the stability puts the interest rates out of the hands of market forces and under the control of the system. For the lenders and users, that’s great news as it affords greater interest rates.

COSMOS (ATOM)

People more adept with the nature of cryptocurrencies can venture into the world of stakable currencies. The deal is that by helping a blockchain to stay secure (or by ‘staking’), you get rewards. COSMOS is one of the big boys in that world, and the platform has amassed a serious following in the past year, with its 8.3% interest rate drawing people in by the minute.

Synthetix

Compound might be the hottest player in the DeFi Universe right now, but it all began with Synthetix. Right now, Synthetix accounts for more than one billion dollars locked away in their crypto vault. Staking a blockchain is a way of earning greater investments in currencies with potential, and thus, requires absolute caution. but the 53.79% interest rate that Synthetix promises has made millions of people throw their caution to the wind.

So, there they are, the biggest yield farms waiting for you to sow your financial seeds. The probability of success and failure is as predictable as the number of times you’ll blink tomorrow, but what’s life without a little risk?

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10 Crypto Trading Mistakes? and How to Avoid Them

10 Crypto Trading Mistakes? and How to Avoid Them | Coin Bureau

Welcome to this cryptocurrency video posted by Coin Bureau. In this video you learn about 10 crypto trading mistakes people tend to make and how to avoid them.

  • Not Having a Plan
  • Hate Taking a Loss
  • Failing to Place Stop Losses
  • Trading Too Many Markets
  • Overtrading
  • Using Too Many Indicators
  • Bad Money Management
  • Too Much Leverage
  • Choosing Bad Exchange / Broker & Advice
  • Not Taking a Profit & Overconfidence
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Paxful Referral Program | Blockchain Affiliate Program

Paxful Referral Program | Blockchain Affiliate Program

Welcome to this blockchain and cryptocurrency video posted by. In this video and article belwo you will learn about the Paxful referral program. The Paxful referral program is one of the top paying blockchain affiliate programs.

Paxful referral program details

Paxful's Affiliate Program was created to help increase your profits by sharing their platform with friends, family, and followers. You get rewarded for the users that you send to Paxful and who use their cryptocurrency platform.

Instant Profits on Every Trade

50% of your Tier 1 affiliates fees
10% of your Tier 2 affiliates fees paid by their affiliates

How Does Paxful Affiliate Program Work?

  1. Sign up - you can sign up for Paxful here.
  2. Create content/posts.
    1. attract affiliates and share the Paxful platform
  3. Embed link.
    1. When people click through your Paxful affiliate link, they are tagged with a special unique ID that let's Paxful know you sent them their way. This is a global system that works everywhere in the world.
  4. Affiliates sign up and but BTC - you earn commission.
  5. You earn 50% from tier 1 affiliates (directly referred by you) and 10% from tier affiliates (affiliates referred by your affiliates).
  6. You get paid in BTC when you have $10 or more in your account.
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TESLA Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Ties

TESLA Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Ties | Chico Crypto

Welcome to this blockchain and cryptocurrency video posted by Chico Crypto. In this video Tyler talks about Tesla (founded by Elon Musk) and the news surrounding blockchain and crypto project ties.

CargoSmart, SIPG, and Tesla

The blockchain-based logistics company CargoSmart along with SIPG and COSCO, have been working with Tesla to trial a blockchain application that shortens the cargo release time of completed vehicles and releases them to owners faster than before.

Tesla blockchain shipping logistics trial

Which blockchain is being used

  • Looking at cargosmart.io a partner in the global shipping alliance. We can see that CargoSmart is a software company funded by Orient Oversease Container Line (OOCL). This company is creating the blockchain software that Tesla is and will be using for shipping and end-user delivery logistics. It is important to note that OOCL is not just a new blockchain software startup with no proven history. It is an extension of one of the most powerful shipping line companies in the world.
  • CargoSmart recently completed a PoC with eTradeConnect where they demonstrated value in cross-network collaboration in trade finance.
  • Collaboration between banks, shippers, terminal operators, and ocean carriers make up a new consortium called the Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN).

Who is leading the build of the Tesla blockchain - eTradeConnect

  • eTradeConnect is part of Hong Kong InterBank Clearing Limited (which is part of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority).
  • A single purpose company to provide trade and trade finance to local and overseas participants using distributed ledger technology (DLT)

Tech being used for the Tesla blockchain solution - OneConnect

  • Ping An, part of Ping An Bank, which runs OneConnect - a blockchain service. OneConnect has filed for over 3000 blockchain patents.
  • OneConnect is the blockchain looking to be used with Tesla factory in China
  • FiMAX by OneConnect looks to be the architecture that will be used. FiMAX BNaas and FiMAX S3C to be precise which was made originally by the founder of Hyperledger Fabric.
  • Baseline, UniBright, Chainlink, and ShipChain may also be part of the Tesla blockchain solution with Ethereum as a component that ties all these together.

Tesla blockchain news

Tesla and Elon Musk are getting their feet wet in the blockchain space. It seems as if Tesla is testing a blockchain solution at one of the Gigafactories in Asia. The breadcrumbs reveal a number of crypto projects that could have ties to the Tesla blockchain components and supply chain. Watch the video above to learn more about Tesla and possible crypto partners.

Check out Elon Musk talk a bit about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency and view our wishlist for blockchain features we would like to see available with the release of the CyberTruck - View here.

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Blockchain Smart Contract Web Links | 2Key Network

Blockchain Smart Contract Web Links | 2Key Network

Welcome to this cryptocurrency video posted by 2Key Network. In this video you learn about the 2Key Network blockchain services. 2Key has created an innovative new way to run affiliate marketing campaigns. Through the use of blockchain smart contracts, 2Key is able to create blockchain referral links using regular https:// links. Through this innovative approach, 2Key is able to create a precise information sharing chain where all participants get rewarded.

2Key Blockchain Referral Web Links

2key is a key with two dimensions, smart contracts are seamlessly embedded within any web-link. Anytime a link is shared, 2keys network keeps track of the information on both the link's origin and its destination.

Web 3.0 Blockchain Links

Web 3.0 protocol allows for 2key links to be shared and tracks both the sender and the receiver to reward all parties involved. When an event occurs such as a purchase of a product or service the participants can be rewarded as per the variables set in the smart contract.

Referrals are powerful

People are 5 times more likely to try a product or service that has been referred to them by someone they know and trust.

Disruptive and revolutionizing affiliate referral system

There is tremendous potential for smart contract referral links to disrupt centralized affiliate systems. 2Key Network revolutionizes the multi-billion dollar affiliate marketing industry.

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Will The Coronavirus Delay Ethereum 2.0?

Will The Coronavirus Delay Ethereum 2.0? | Dapp University

Welcome to this cryptocurrency and blockchain video posted by Dapp University. In this video Gregory talks about the current financial crisis amidst the Coronavirus pandemic and if they will cause a delay Ethereum 2.0?

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Tesla CyberTruck Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Features

Tesla CyberTruck Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Features

Welcome to this blockchain and crypto video by HyperClips. In this video, you will hear Elon Musk talk a bit about blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

Tesla CyberTruck, Model S, 3, X, Roadster Operating System

Blockchain interoperability will play an important role in the coming years. Companies that recognize this will have a leg up on their competitors. Elon Musk is well aware of the capabilities and uses that blockchain offers.

The blockchain niche relates to a more tech-savvy aging population that takes individual rights and freedoms more seriously. People use blockchains for exchanging goods and services, payments, store of value, programming and smart contract execution machine.

With blockchain technology, you are able to verify the authenticity of something such as an identity of a person, place, thing, or digital representation of something.

Blockchain connectivity is an important functionality for web browsers and device operating systems to have. Blockchains such as Ethereum allow for code to be created that controls digital value, runs exactly as it is programmed, and can be used 24/7 anywhere in the world. This is a very powerful platform that has 1000's of developers working various projects.

One can speculate that Tesla's operating system will be packed full of various features that are in some way or another connected to blockchains.

Tesla CyberTruck Blockchain Cryptocurrency

CyberTruck Blockchain Features

wish list

  • Hardware wallet software integration (example Ledger Live)
  • Authenticity reference number (proves your vehicle is genuine/paired to a non fungible token)
  • Dapps (through the tablet and mobile interface)
  • Location/Tracking (private, secure, access through private key login)
  • Purchase and Sale of the vehicle (peer 2 peer Tesla market place/paired to a non fungible token)
  • Data storage (Storj/IPFS integrations)
  • Rewards for activity, recharges, community involvement, etc (TSLA will have their own digital currency)
  • Performance feedback (distributed metrics)

Unanswered Questions about Tesla and Blockchain

Will Tesla make their own cryptocurrency? Will Tesla use an existing cryptocurrency such as Ethereum or Bitcoin? What blockchain functionality does Tesla have? Will Tesla use oracles and Chainlink? Will Tesla use Kyber Network?

Tesla Gigafactory and Blockchain Logistics Partners

Check out recent news uncovered by Chico Crypto related to Tesla and the blockchain tech they look to be pilot testing.

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Bitcoin Reddit Review and Bitcoin’s Place in the World

Bitcoin Reddit Review and Bitcoin's Place in the World | Crypto Daily

Welcome to this cryptocurrency video posted by Crypto Daily. In this video you will hear about Bitcoin's reddit review and Bitcoin's place in the world.

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Coronavirus | Gravitas | China Blocking UN Meeting?

Coronavirus | Gravitas | China Blocking UN Meeting?

Welcome to this blockchain news video posted by WION. In this video you will learn possible reasons why the UN has not yet discussed the Coronavirus.

The UN is yet to discuss the Coronavirus outbreak. WION's Executive Editor Palki Sharma Upadhyay tells you more. Watch the video above.

The UN follows protocol. As per protocol The United Nations Security Council agenda is decided by the chair. Its a rotating presidency and the chair for the current period is China. As the chair, China has decided that there is no need for a discussion on the Coronavirus (Covid-19).

The Coronavirus is a virus that can cause death to humans which originated from China. This virus has been exported all around the world. China claims that it has neutralized the spread of the virus and that everything is going fine. There are hardly any new cases of the virus infecting humans being recorded by China.

China has chosen to not make the Coronavirus part of the agenda at the UNSC meeting. They say that the pandemic does not fall under the correct umbrella. However back in 2014 when the EBOLA outbreak occurred. The UNSC called it an 'unprecedented crisis' which constituted a threat to international peace and security.

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Kava and Chainlink Oracle Integration | Partnership AMA

Kava Chainlink Integration Partnership AMA

Welcome to this blockchain video posted by Chainlink. This crypto video is a an AMA (ask me anything) between Chainlink Co-Founder Sergey Nazarov and Kava CEO Brian Kerr. They discuss how Chainlink will be used as the official oracle of Kava (a Cosmos project) and their use of Chainlink price reference data to maintain the price of the USDX stable coin.

Kava CDP Platform

Kava is a cross chain CDP platform for cryptocurrencies. Kava is working to connect various blockchain projects such as Chainlink to the Cosmos blockchain. Kava describes itself as a defi services platform. Kava's principle product is that of a lending platform for cryptocurrencies.

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Ethereum Blockchain News & Development | 2020 Update

Ethereum Blockchain News & Development | 2020 Update | Nuggets News

Welcome to this cryptocurrency video news update posted by Nuggets News. In this video you will learn about Ethereum news and updates here in 2020.

Watch the crypto video above to learn about exciting projects being developed for the Ethereum ecosystem. This crypto video series gives you technical & fundamental information regarding the Ethereum Blockchain, Ethereum 2.0, decentralized finance (defi), staking, and the adoption of cryptocurrencies in general.

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