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  Coinbase Earn - learn with us and get airdrop up to $166
Posted by: admin - 03-07-2020, 02:36 PM - Forum: Airdrop - No Replies

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Coinbase Earn is an educational airdrop program created by Coinbase in cooperation with the creators of individual cryptocurrency. It offers high returns and is completely free!

How does Coinbase Earn work?

1. open an account with Coinbase

2. Log in and go to

3. Run for airdrop in each cryptocurrency (If you have to wait, use our links for each cryptocurrency and you will receive an invitation)

4. Watch the movies. Educational videos have been created to teach you about different cryptocurrency

5. Fill in the quiz. After each video you will receive a simple quiz to check what you have learned.

6 Earn. You will get crypto in your Coinbase wallet for each completed quiz.

7. Share the airdrop with your friends.

8. Start with us today.

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Here we go!

Orchid OXT 52 USD

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The answers to the quiz:

  1. A peer to peer privacy tool.
  2. OXT token, as well as the Orchid app and a Web3 wallet.
  3. Multihop configurations between bandwidth providers.


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The answers to the quiz:

  1. A blockchain protocol for fast, scalable applications
  2. Delegated proof of stake
  3. Fast, free transfers
  4. Stake EOS tokens
  5. Upgradeable smart contracts

Stellar Lumens XLM 50 USD

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The answers to the quiz:

  1. A decentralized protocol that unites the world financial infrastructure.
  2. Facilitating low cost, universal payments.
  3. Transactions are fast, inexpensive, and global.
  4. To issue, exchange, and transfer tokens quickly and efficiently
  5. It relies on the cooperation of trusted nodes to confirm transactions

Basic Attention Token BAT 8 USD

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The answer to the quiz:

  1. There are too many ads and data trackers
  2. It is free, open source web browser built for privacy
  3. Users get paid BAT for viewing opt-in ads, and publishers get rewarded when users pay attention to their content

Tezos XTZ 6 USD

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The answers to the quiz:

  1. Formal Verification.
  2. A decent computer, an internet connection and 1 roll of Tez (8,000 XTZ)
  3. Formal Governance

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  coinbase - the safest crypto exchange in the world and 8.84 € bonus
Posted by: admin - 03-06-2020, 09:49 PM - Forum: Centralised - CEX - No Replies

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Company: Coinbase Inc.
Country: USA
Founding year: 2012
Rating: A >>>
The number of cryptcurrencies: 25 >>>
Languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, Turkish
FIAT operation: YES
StableCoins: YES
Digital currency deposits: for free
Digital currency withdrawals: depending on the cryptocurrency
Account establishment fees: free of charge
account management: free
- broker from 0% to 0.5%
- taker from 0.04% to 0.5%
Contact: customer service department open 24/7
Account verification needed - KYC: YES
Promotions: starter bonus 8.84 €

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Company: coinomi
Country: Cyprus
Founding year: 2014
Wallet type: mobile, desktop - multi-asset
Number of cryptovalutes: over 125 blockchain, over 1770 assets -
Languages: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Russian
One-time backup: YES
Exchanges built-in: YES - Changelly
Staking: YES
Buy crypto: YES
Native SegWit: YES


Google Play (Android)

appStore (iOS)

Desktop version (Windows, macOS, Linux)

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  Binance - the largest crypto exchange -10% commission
Posted by: admin - 03-05-2020, 07:49 PM - Forum: Centralised - CEX - No Replies

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Company: Binance Holdings Limited
Country: China
Founding year: 2017
Rating: A >>>
Number of cryptocurrencies: over 150 >>>
Languages: English, Vietnamese, Polish, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Arabic, Korean, Russian, Turkish, Ukrainian
StableCoins: YES
Digital currency deposits: for free
Digital currency withdrawals: depending on the cryptocurrency
Account establishment fees: free of charge
account management: free
- broker from 0.012% to 0.1%
- taker from 0.024% to 0.1%
Contact: customer service department open 24/7
Account verification is necessary - KYC: NO (up to a withdrawal limit of 2 BTC)
Promotions: 10% discount on commissions

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  PMGT (Perth Mint Gold Token) - physical gold on blockchain
Posted by: admin - 03-01-2020, 09:39 PM - Forum: Stable coin - No Replies

The Perth Mint Gold Token (PMGT) is an InfiniGold issued ERC-20 token fully protected (fully covered) by physical gold assets. It transfers GoldPass certificates and physical gold from the Perth Mint Mint to the public blockchain. InfiniGold and Perth Mint become the leaders in transforming gold into multi-billion dollar digital assets. The security of PMGT digital gold is confirmed by the guarantees of the Western Australian government.

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1 PMGT token is equivalent to 1 troy ounce of pure gold .9999 - 1 PMGT = 1 troy oz = 31.1034768 g of gold

Token holders have the opportunity to exchange the contents of their PMGT portfolio for real physical products of the Perth Mint.

Start: 24 Febuary 2009
Status: Working product
Type: Stable Token
Max Supply: ?
Hardware wallet: ?
Source Code:
Message Board:


The purchase of a token at the moment is possible on the KuCoin exchange and it is accompanied by the USDT.

You can buy PMGT on KuCoin

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Brave - the best browser in the world?
Posted by: admin - 03-01-2020, 09:01 PM - Forum: Guidebook - No Replies

Brave browser is your big advantage on the web.

Basic features:

  • has all the features of Google Chrome
  • is 2x faster than Chrome and most other browsers
  • automatically blocks all advertisements
  • blocks tracking scripts (registering your network traffic) by default
  • always try to encrypt the connection via HTTPS
  • has built-in phishing protection (additionally U2F hardware support)
  • works also on mobile devices - Android and iOS (account synchronization option is to be improved soon)
  • offers cryptocurrencies wallets service
  • has its own cryptocurrency BAT (Basic Attention Token), which meets many functionalities
  • provides an opportunity to support creators through the Brave Creators program
  • allows you to earn money by watching content and Brave Rewards
  • is based on Open Source code
  • Wayback Machine will soon be added to allow you to browse the deleted web sites
  • anonymous TOR network service

It's really worth taking an interest in this browser. I recommend that you download and enter with us into the world of safe encryption in the world of cryptocurrencies.

Download the Brave browser by clicking on the link or logo, so you can also support our portal for free >>>

download Brave

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  Segregated Witness - SegWit
Posted by: admin - 08-26-2019, 05:25 PM - Forum: Guidebook - No Replies

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Segregated Witness, or SegWit, is the name used for the implemented soft fork in the bitcoin transaction format.

The aim of the technology is to:

  • elimination of unintentional malleability of bitcoin transactions
  • enable optional data transmission
  • bypassing certain protocol constraints such as block size limits

An important goal is to alleviate the problem of blockchain size limitation, which reduces the speed of bitcoin transactions. This is created by dividing the transaction into two segments. The unlock signature ("witness" data) is removed from the original part and attached as a separate structure at the end. In the original part, the sender's and recipient's data are still stored and the new 'witness' structure contains scripts and signatures. The original data segment would be counted normally, but the 'witness' segment would be counted as a quarter of its actual size.

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  Lighting Network
Posted by: admin - 08-21-2019, 08:10 PM - Forum: Guidebook - No Replies

Lighting Network (LN) is a payment protocol. It works in the so-called second layer (Layer 2) and is embedded at the top of the blockchain cryptovalute chain.

It enables quick transactions between participating nodes and has been announced as a solution to the Bitcoin scalability problem.
It is a peer-to-peer (P2P) micropayment system and functions through a network of two-way payment channels.

Using the Lighting Network network involves opening a payment channel by concluding financing transactions in the appropriate base chain (Layer 1) and then making any number of LN transactions (Layer 2), which update the initial distribution of the channel's financial resources without broadcasting them in the blockchain chain (Layer 1).
The payment channel is then closed by finalising the transaction for the distribution of funds in the main blockchain channel (Layer 1).

The Lightning Network requires the vulnerability to errors in the transactions of the main blockchain chain to be determined and the Segregated Witness (SegWit) system is used for this purpose.

The LN concept was presented in 2015 by Joseph Poon and Thaddeus Dryja. The beta version of the mainet network running on the bitcoin blockchain chain was launched on March 15, 2018. However, the official version fully implemented in blockchain has not been launched yet.

The project is being developed in Lighting Labs

Possible limitations of the Lightning Network are:

  • Unlike transactions made within the main Blokchain Bitcoin network, LN payments cannot be made if the recipient is not available (offline).
  • Network participants may have to regularly monitor their payment channels to ensure the security of their funds (this risk may be mitigated by the creation of channel monitoring services).
  • LN is not suitable for large payments. Since the network consists of many multi-sig portfolios (which are basically common portfolios), it is very likely that they will not have sufficient funds to act as intermediaries for large payments.
  • Opening and closing a payment channel involves execution of a transaction in the main blockchain network, which usually involves manual execution and generates high transaction fees.
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  New assets on Coinbase 2019
Posted by: admin - 08-18-2019, 03:35 PM - Forum: Cryptocurrencies - discussion - No Replies

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A new list of probable assets has been announced at



  Binance.US cryptocurrency list 2019
Posted by: admin - 08-18-2019, 02:37 PM - Forum: Cryptocurrencies - discussion - No Replies

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Probable coins on

The symbols in the blue circle indicate the currencies common to and the coinbase.