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    Learn All Getting Started Learn more Walk-through Apr 11, 2024 The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Wush Start Now Mar 27, 2024 An Introduction to the Metaverse Wush Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Wush Start Now Feb 28, 2024 Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Digital Ownership in Web3 Wush Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Wush Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Wush Start Now Jan 6, 2024 Decoding Crypto Exchanges: Selecting the Optimal Platform for You Wush Start Now Jan 13, 2024 Navigating Your First Cryptocurrency Purchase with Mindful Precision Wush Start Now Jan 20, 2024 Crafting Your Self-Custody Wallet: A Seamless Guide for Novices Wush Start Now Jan 27, 2024 How To Carry Out Your First Ever Swap In A DEX Wush Start Now Feb 2, 2024 Exploring The World Of DeFi Protocols: Your First Step Onto The New Planet Of Finance Wush Start Now

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    There are various publicly available blockchains. These are a curation of some of the more commonly accessed ones with good activity and transaction volumes. Blockchains Blast blast.io Verified URL: Launch Blast is the first L2 that incorporates native yield. Blast yield comes from ETH staking and RWA protocols. The yield from these decentralized protocols is passed back to Blast users automatically. Go Blast Ethereum Arbitrium Polygon Solana Optimism zkSync Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    Wallets store crypto, digital collectibles and keys for signing transactions and interacting with various smart contracts and applications. These can be physical or digital. Wallets MetaMask metamask.io Verified URL: Launch MetaMask is a software cryptocurrency wallet used to interact with the Ethereum blockchain. It allows users to access their Ethereum wallet through a browser extension or mobile app, which can then be used to interact with decentralized applications MetaMask is developed by ConsenSys Software Inc., a blockchain software company focusing on Ethereum-based tools and infrastructure. Go MetaMask Phantom Trust Pocket U Argent UKISS Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    Centralized Exchanges lets users buy and sell cryptocurrencies, like a stock exchanges, using order books to facilitate trades, governed by a single entity that typically use custodial wallets. Centralized Exchanges Binance binance.com Verified URL: Launch Binance is a leading global cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2017, offering a wide range of trading options for various digital currencies. It's known for its own cryptocurrency, Binance Coin (BNB). Go Kucoin Coinbase Binance Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    Explore Explore Explore Explore Explore CEX A centralized exchange (CEX) is a business that specializes in helping make transactions happen between two parties. Wallets Web3 wallets are digital wallets designed for interacting with Web3 applications, which are decentralized applications built on blockchain technology. DeFi Decentralized Finance (DeFi) refers to the wide variety of financial products and services available without a centralized authority like a bank. NFTs known as Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). These tokens have gained immense popularity as they allow for the representation of unique digital assets, bringing about the concepts of ownership, scarcity, and provenance in the digital world. Marketplace Decentralized Finance (DeFi) refers to the wide variety of financial products and services available without a centralized authority like a bank. Resources Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit platea, quisque convallis hendrerit penatibus volutpat elementum nostra. Go 1 of 2 Categories The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Read More Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up CEX Centralized exchanges are regulated platforms facilitating digital asset trading through a centralized authority. Wallets Wallets store crypto, digital collectibles and keys for signing transactions and interacting with various smart contracts and applications. These can be physical or digital. DeFi DeFi or decentralized finance, is a general term for a broad range of peer-to-peer financial services available over a blockchain. NFTs Non-Fungible Tokens are unique digital identifiers recorded on the blockchain, to certify ownership and authenticity. These are more commonly images that can be traded on a marketplace. $ DEX Decentralized Exchanges are peer-to-peer marketplaces for trading crypto without the need for a middleman or entity to process the transfer and custody of funds. MFs Notable, smart, influential or just people we like that you should follow to keep up to date on all things in Web3. "Coming soon" Resources Essential reading material for you to DYOR, usage walkthroughs, project features and more. Merchants Some cool merchants that let you pay for goods and services with your crypto. Gaming A range of games that let you have full control, ownership and transferability of your in-game assets or 'Play to Earn' experiences. Blockchains There are various publicly available blockchains. These are a curation of some of the more commonly accessed ones with good activity and transaction volumes. Careers Looking for a job in Web3? Here's a curation of some job boards we've picked out and are refreshed periodically. "Coming soon" Services Thinking of building something in Web3? Here are some of our favorite go-to's that could help you jumpstart your project. Categories

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    Some cool merchants that let you pay for goods and services with your crypto. Merchants BTC Wine https://btc-wine.com/ Verified URL: Launch BTC Wine is the first online Bordeaux Merchant to accept Bitcoin payments through Crypto.com, Opennode, Coinbase commerce and guarantees safe and secure cryptocurrency transactions. Go BTC Wine Alt Airlines Newegg Travala NFTYC GM.co Privex Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    DeFi or decentralized finance, is a general term for a broad range of peer-to-peer financial services available over a blockchain. DeFi Lido lido.fi Verified URL: Launch Launched in 2020, Lido (LDO) is a liquid staking solution for proof-of-stake cryptocurrencies. It supports post-Ethereum Merge consensus layer (formerly Ethereum 2.0) staking, as well as other layer-1 PoS blockchains like Polygon, Kusama, Solana and Polkadot. Go Orbiter AAVE Lido Instadapp Stargate GMX Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    Essential reading material for you to DYOR, usage walkthroughs, project features and more. Resources Cryptonary cryptonary.com Verified URL: Launch Cryptomary provides investment advice, market analysis, and personal finance insights through its subscription services, and educational content Go Delphi Digital CoinGecko Cryptonary CoinMarketCap Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    A range of games that let you have full control, ownership and transferability of your in-game assets or 'Play to Earn' experiences. Gaming Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Delabs Games delabs.gg Verified URL: Launch Delabs Games is a Web3 gaming developer companies that has many titles for everyone to choose from. Go Delabs Sandbox HELIX Axie Infinity HV-MTL Nifty Island Shrapnel Castaways ATEM Decentraland Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    Decentralized Exchanges are peer-to-peer marketplaces for trading crypto without the need for a middleman or entity to process the transfer and custody of funds. Decentralized Exchanges Uniswap uniswap.org Verified URL: Launch The Uniswap platform enables users to trade cryptocurrencies without any involvement with a centralized third party. The Uniswap blockchain is hosted on the Ethereum platform and governed by UNI holders. Go Pancake Sushi Uniswap 1inch Curve Balancer Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

  • The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier | Wush

    The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Welcome to the job market of the future, where Web3 isn't just reshaping our digital world but also carving out new and exciting career paths! As we step into this decentralised era, let's explore the diverse job opportunities awaiting in Web3 and the skills you'll need to make your mark in this groundbreaking domain. Overview of Job Opportunities in Web3 1. Blockchain Developers and Engineers: At the heart of Web3 are blockchain technologies. Developers and engineers specializing in blockchain are in high demand to build and maintain the decentralized networks that form Web3’s backbone. 2. Cryptocurrency Analysts and Traders: With the rise of digital currencies, there's a growing need for experts who understand market trends, can analyze crypto data, and provide insights for both individuals and businesses. 3. Decentralized Finance (DeFi) Experts: DeFi is revolutionizing financial services, from banking to insurance. Professionals with knowledge in this area are needed to develop and manage these innovative financial products. 4. NFT and Digital Asset Advisors: As NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) gain popularity, experts who can advise on NFT investment, creation, and marketing are becoming increasingly valuable. 5. VR/AR Developers and Designers: Virtual and augmented reality are key components of Web3, offering immersive experiences. Skilled VR/AR developers and designers are needed to create these engaging digital environments. 6. Data Privacy and Security Specialists: With the emphasis on user privacy and data security, there's a high demand for professionals who can ensure data is handled ethically and securely in a decentralized network. 7. Community Managers and Social Media Specialists: In the decentralized web, community engagement is key. Community managers and social media specialists who understand decentralized networks are needed to build and maintain these online communities. Skills Needed for a Career in the Decentralized Web 1. Technical Proficiency in Blockchain: Understanding blockchain technology and smart contract development is essential, especially for roles like blockchain developers and DeFi experts. 2. Knowledge in Cryptography and Security: With a focus on data security and privacy, skills in cryptography and cybersecurity are highly valuable. 3. Familiarity with Cryptocurrency and Tokenomics: Understanding the dynamics of digital currencies and token economics is key, particularly for roles in cryptocurrency analysis and DeFi. 4. Programming Skills: Proficiency in programming languages such as Solidity, JavaScript, Python, and others relevant to Web3 technologies is crucial for many technical roles. 5. Creative Skills for VR/AR Development: For those in VR/AR fields, creative design skills, along with technical know-how in VR/AR development tools, are a must. 6. Soft Skills: Adaptability, problem-solving, and effective communication are vital in a rapidly evolving field like Web3. Community managers, in particular, need strong interpersonal skills. 7. Continuous Learning Mindset: The Web3 landscape is constantly evolving, so a commitment to ongoing learning and staying updated with the latest trends and technologies is essential. In Conclusion The Web3 job market offers a plethora of opportunities for those ready to dive into this new digital frontier. From blockchain development to DeFi, NFTs to VR/AR, the career possibilities are as diverse as they are exciting. Equipping yourself with the right skills and a passion for continuous learning will be key to unlocking these opportunities in the decentralized web. So gear up, future pioneers of Web3, the digital frontier awaits! Go to Categories Apr 11, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

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    Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Here's a roundup of standout Web3 highlights from this week that grabbed our interest. Make sure to visit weekly for updates to keep pace and feel free to pass this along! Drift Protocol airdrop and $DRFT listing on Coinbase. Click to read more $PEPE jumps to $4.5b market cap. Click to read more Solana memecoin $GME lists on MEXC Click to read more May 17, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up

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    Non-Fungible Tokens or NTs are unique digital identifiers recorded on the blockchain, to certify ownership and authenticity. These are more commonly images that can be traded on a marketplace. Non-Fungible Tokens OpenSea opensea.io Verified URL: Launch OpenSea is the world's first and largest web3 marketplace for NFTs and crypto collectibles, offering users the ability to buy, sell, create, and trade. Go OpenSea Blur BAYC Azuki CryptoPunks Goblintown Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    Thinking of building something in Web3? Here are some of our favourite go-to's that could help you jumpstart your project. Services Moonpay moonpay.com Verified URL: Launch MoonPay enables individuals to utilize their fiat currency for purchasing cryptocurrency through credit cards or bank transfers. When a user decides to withdraw funds, they have the option to convert cryptocurrency back into fiat currency. Go Hedgey Alchemy Moonpay ThirdWeb Fireblocks Binance Coinbase Kucoin Gemini Kraken ByBit Binance Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. ​ Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit porta feugiat nibh hac, lacus leo cum penatibus ad odio elementum mi dictumst. Inceptos leo risus ultrices vestibulum fermentum at nulla maecenas, condimentum id eget curae lobortis fringilla proin conubia, arcu convallis ac suspendisse habitant mauris class. ​ Porta ullamcorper porttitor diam eu fames vestibulum platea lectus, semper ultricies dignissim duis ridiculus feugiat morbi suspendisse dis, imperdiet tincidunt odio libero nisi potenti primis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit, convallis blandit ligula vulputate posuere velit, pharetra est ullamcorper porta aliquet accumsan. Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Learn Join our mailing (white) list with your wallet for additional benefits. Name* Email* Wallet* Don't have a wallet address? Get one here . Sign Up Categories CEX Wallets DeFi NFTs DEX Resources Merchants Gaming Blockchains Services

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    Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link It’s now time to dive into MetaMask and take control of your digital treasures. Buckle up as we share our notes on Web3 wallet discipline. The Must Dos: 1. Guard Your Seed Phrase Vigilantly: Your seed phrase is the critical gateway to your wallet. Treat it like the most confidential code in your digital arsenal – never share it, not on Discord, not with your friends, not anywhere. It's the kind of secret that's meant to stay locked in your mind's vault, safe from the outside world. Don’t even take a screenshot of it, or save it in your phone’s notes. Write it on a piece of paper, laminate it and put it away in your safe or your sock drawer. 2. Stay Updated, Stay Safe: Keep your MetaMask in tip-top shape by ensuring it is always updated to the latest software version to benefit from security patches. Think of it like a software spa day – necessary and rejuvenating. 3. Double-Check Before You Click: Sending crypto? Pause and review. Mix up an address, and your crypto might take a one-way trip to Nowheresville. If it’s gone, it’s gone. 4. Private Wi-Fi is Your BFF: Public Wi-Fi is a no-go zone. Stick to secure, private connections to keep your digital goodies safe from Wi-Fi bandits. 5. Research Like a Pro: Jumping into new projects or NFTs? Do your homework first. A little research goes a long way in the wild world of Web3. DYOR! The Do Nots: 1. Loose Lips Sink Crypto Ships: Never, ever spill your seed phrase. It's like giving a hacker the keys to your crypto bank vault. 2. Watch Out for Phishers: Scammers are sneaky. Don't bite the bait – ignore those fishy emails and messages asking for your info. Social engineering is getting more and more sophisticated. If it’s too good to be true, check and check again. 3. Don't Rush Your Crypto Moves: Fast clicks can lead to big mistakes. Take a breath, take your time, and then transact. 4. Trust Your Devices Only: Using someone else's device for your MetaMask? Bad idea. Stick to your own tech for maximum security. 5. Backup or Bust: Regular backups are your safety net. Don't skip this step; it could save your digital bacon. Wrapping It Up: Managing your MetaMask wallet doesn't have to be painful. Keep these dos and don'ts in mind, and you'll be navigating Web3 waters like a pro. Stay savvy, stay secure, and most importantly, have fun on this crazy crypto adventure! Go to Categories Feb 14, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

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    Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Digital Ownership in Web3 Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link So, you've been hearing about these things called NFTs, right? Maybe you've seen people spending silly amounts of money on what are simply digital pictures, or perhaps you've heard whispers about them revolutionizing digital ownership. Let's break it down. What are NFTs and Their Significance First things first: NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token. "Non-fungible" is just a fancy way of saying that it's unique and can't be replaced with something else. Think of it like a rare, one-of-a-kind trading card. You can't just swap it for any old card. NFTs live on the blockchain, the same tech that powers cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. But unlike Bitcoin, each NFT is one-of-a-kind. They're like the digital equivalent of collectibles. But why the hype? NFTs have been shaking up the art world and beyond. They allow artists and creators to monetize their work in new ways, giving them more control and security over their creations. Plus, every time their art is sold to a new owner, they can earn royalties. How cool is that? How to Buy, Sell, and Create NFTs Interested in getting your feet wet in the NFT pool? Here's the lowdown: Buying NFTs : It's like online shopping, but a bit more complex. First, you'll need some crypto such as Ethereum or Solana. Set up a digital wallet to store your crypto and use it to buy NFTs from various online marketplaces such as Blur, OpenSea or Magic Eden. Imagine eBay, but for digital collectibles. Selling NFTs : Got a digital masterpiece or a quirky creation you want to sell as an NFT? First, choose an NFT marketplace – there are plenty out there. You'll need to "mint" your digital file into an NFT, which basically means turning it into a blockchain-based asset. Set your price (or opt for an auction), and boom, you're now an NFT seller! Creating NFTs : Are you a creator? Turn your work into an NFT which involves creating a digital file (think art, music, even tweets!) and then using an NFT platform to mint your work into an NFT. You get to decide how many copies exist, making it rare or as common as you wish. Plus, you can program royalties into your NFT, so you get a cut every time it changes hands. Wrapping it up NFTs are more than just a buzzword; they're redefining what it means to own something in the digital world. Whether you're an artist, collector, or just curious about the future of the internet, NFTs are a trend worth watching. And who knows? Maybe your next digital purchase will be a piece of this new, exciting world of Web3. Start exploring our highly curated and vetted directory of all things Web3 now! Go to Categories Feb 28, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

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    Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Hey digital adventurers! Ever wondered how to keep your crypto safe while riding the waves of the Web3 world? Let's dive into the essentials of Web3 wallets and discover how Pocket Universe can be your ultimate digital ally! The Dos: Your Web3 Wallet Playbook 1. Secret Agent Mode for Your Seed Phrase: Your seed phrase is like the secret code in a spy movie. Keep it under wraps – no sharing, not on social media, not even with your BFFs. 2. Stay Sharp with Updates: Regularly updating your wallet is like keeping your digital toolkit polished. It's all about staying ahead in the security game. 3. Eagle-Eye on Transactions: Check, double-check, and triple-check every transaction. A misstep here can be a leap into the unknown. 4. Private Surfing Only: Think of your private internet connection as your personal digital fortress. Avoid the public Wi-Fi traps! 5. Knowledge is Power: Jumping into new platforms? Do your homework first. Being informed is like having a map in a treasure hunt. The Don'ts: Navigating Digital Traps 1. Seed Phrase Lockdown: Remember, your seed phrase is your personal crypto key. Sharing it is a no-go, like giving away the key to your treasure chest. 2. Steer Clear of Scams: Phishing is the villain in our Web3 story. Keep a lookout for those sneaky emails and messages. 3. No Speedy Clicks : Rushing through transactions? That's like skipping the instructions on a new game – not a good idea. 4. Trust Your Gear: Always use your own devices for wallet access. It’s like choosing your own sword for battle. 5. Backup, Backup, Backup: Regular backups are your safety net in the digital world. Don't overlook it! Spotlight: Pocket Universe – Your Digital Sidekick Pocket Universe Wallet: Think of it as your digital shield in the Web3 realm, protecting you from the dragons of scams and hacks. Protection Like No Other: It's your guard against all things fishy – from dodgy transactions to phishing attempts. Easy-Peasy Use: No more complex jargon. Pocket Universe makes your transactions as clear as daylight. Wrapping Up There you have it, folks – your guide to mastering Web3 wallets with a touch of Pocket Universe magic. Stay smart, stay secure, and enjoy your journey in the world of digital assets! Go to Categories Mar 13, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

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    Because using a search engine may serve you advertised malicious links, we've put this list together as your one-stop directory of all genuine project links in Web3. No more need for bookmarks or memorizing 100+ URLs. ​ We will be expanding this list. If you'd like a project to be listed here, contact us with more information and we will add it upon being verified. Disclaimer: While we endeavor to verify these genuine project links, always exercise caution in the event a project is compromised. List of Links A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Abracadabra - abracadabra.money Across - across.to Aerodome - aerodome.finance Alchemix - alchemix.fi Alpaca Finance - alpacafinance.org Ambient - ambient.finance Ampera - ampera.xyz Arcade - arcade.xyz Arrakis - arrakis.finance Awaken - awaken.tax Axelar - axelar.network Azuro - azuro.org Aavegotchi - aavegotchi.com Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 Last Verified: 12 April 2024 9:50 AM GMT+8 B Bebop - bebop.xyz Beefy - beefy.com BendDAO - benddao.xyz Big Time - bigtime.gg Bitfinex - bitfinex.com Bitget - bitget.com Bitstamp - bitstamp.net Blast - blast.io Blastoff - blastoff.zone BoringDAO - boringdao.com Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 C Camelot - camelot.exchange Coinbase - coinbase.com Convex - convexfinance.com CoW Protocol - cow.fi Crypto.com - crypto.com D DefiSaver - defisaver.com dHEDGE - dhedge.org District One - districtone.io Dopex - dopex.io dYdX - dydx.exchange Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 E EigenLayer - eigenlayer.xyz Enzyme Finance - enzyme.finance Ether.fi - ether.fi F Flexa - flexa.network Floor Protocol - fp.io Foundation - foundation.app Frax - frax.finance Friend.tech - friend.tech Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 G Gate.io - gate.io GMX - gmx.io Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 H Hashflow - hashflow.com Hop Protocol - hop.exchange Houbi - houbi.com I Illuvium - illuvium.io Immutable - immutable.com Index Coop - indexcoop.com Injective Bridge - injective.com J JPEG'd - jpegd.io Juice - juice.finance Jupiter Station - station.jup.ag Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 K Kamino - kamino.finance Kelp DAO - kelpdao.xyz Kyber Network - kyberswap.com L Ledger - ledger.com LlamaPay - llamapay.io LooksRare - looksrare.org M Magpie - magpiexyz.io MakerDAO - makerdao.com Marinade - marinade.finance Meteora - mercurial.finance N Nexus Mutual - nexusmutual.io NFTfi - nftfi.com NFTX - nftx.io O OKX - okx.com Ondo Finance - ondo.finance OpenOcean - openocean.finance Opyn - opyn.co Orbit - orbitlending.io Orca - orca.so Origin - originprotocol.com Osmosis - osmosis.zone Othersidemeta - otherside.xyz P Paraswap - paraswap.io Peatix - peatix.com Pendle - pendle.finance PinkSale - pinksale.finance Planet Mojo - planetmojo.io Polymarket - polymarket.com PoolTogether - pooltogether.com Portal - portalbridge.com Q Quickswap - quickswap.exchange R Radiant - radiant.capital Rainbow - rainbow.me Raydium - raydium.io Ribbon - ribbon.finance Ring - ring.exchange Rocket Pool - rocketpool.net Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 S Sablier - sablier.com Set - tokensets.com Spark - spark.fi Stargate - stargate.finance Stargaze - stargaze.zone Sudoswap - sudoswap.xyz Summer.fi - summer.fi SuperRare - superrare.com Swell Vault - swellnetwork.io Symbiosis - symbiosis.finance Synapse - synapseprotocol.com Synthetix - synthetix.io T Team Finance - team.finance Thales - thalesmarket.io Thetan Arena - thetanarena.com Thetanuts - thetanuts.finance Thruster - thruster.finance Tokenproof - tokenproof.xyz Trader Joe - traderjoexyz.com Tranchess Yield - tranchess.com Trezor - trezor.io Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8 U UNCX - uncx.exchange V Voxies - voxies.io W WOO - woo.org X X2Y2 - x2y2.io Xverse - xverse.app Y Yearn - yearn.fi Z Zerolend - zerolend.xyz zkSync - zksync.io Last Verified: 29 March 2024 6:15 PM GMT+8

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    Frequently used Web3 jargon explained. Now you can speak like a degen too (and understand them). Glossary A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Airdrop - A marketing tactic in which crypto projects distribute their tokens to the wallets of their users in an effort to raise awareness and drive usage. ​ Alpha - Insider information or rumor on first mover advantages for a token or NFT transaction. ​ Altcoin - A relatively new cryptocurrency with a relatively moderate sized market cap. ​ Ape - The action of jumping in on a crypto or NFT purchase without much prior knowledge or research. back to top B Bagholder - The person left holding a worthless or significantly less valued position. ​ Bearish - Not having a positive outlook on an increase in price action. ​ Bitcoin - The first decentralized, peer-to-peer, digital money, launched in 2009 under the pseudonym 'Satoshi Nakamoto'. ​ Blockchain - A digital ledger that is publicly-accessible used to store and transfer information without the need for a central authority. The fundamental technology that underpins cryptocurrency protocols such as Ethereum and Bitcoin is blockchain technology. ​ Block Explorer - A tool for exploring information on a blockchain, such as transactions, wallet addresses, market capitalization, and hash rates. ​ Bridge - A protocol that facilitates communication across various blockchains and permits the exchange of data, coins, and other information between them. ​ Buidl - A frequent deliberate misspelling of "Build", following the example of the the term "HODL" in the cryptocurrency community. ​ Bullish - Synonymous with having a bull market mentality, which is the positive market outlook that an item or asset will appreciate in value. ​ Burn - The act of taking tokens out of circulation in a cryptocurrency; typically, this is accomplished by transferring them to a wallet address that is unreachable. NFTs and other digital assets can be burned using the same procedure. back to top C CEX - Acronym for "Centralized Exchange". Centralized Exchanges are regulated platforms facilitating digital asset trading through a centralized authority., Examples are Kraken, Gemini, and Coinbase ​ CeFi - Abbreviation for "Centralized Finance". Centralized Finance refers to companies or services that are operated and controlled by centralized entities, typically a CEX. ​ Coin - Crypto-coins are native to its own blockchain. It functions as a store of value and medium of exchange within its ecosystem. ​ Collateral - Collaterals are assets or property that a borrower pledges to a lender as security for a loan. ​ back to top D DAO - Acronym for "Decentralized Autonomous Organization". DAOs are blockchain-based organizations governed by smart contracts. They operate autonomously, transparently, and relies on token-based governance for decision-making ​ DApp - Abbreviation for "Decentralized Applications". DApps operate on a blockchain without a central server. It uses smart contracts and often tokens for secure, peer-to-peer interactions. Examples include decentralized finance platforms and blockchain-based games. ​ DeFi - Abbreviation for "Decentralized Finance". It utilizes blockchain technology and smart contracts to create open and decentralized financial systems. It includes lending, borrowing, decentralized exchanges (DEXs), and uses tokens for various purposes. ​ DEX - Acronym for "Decentralized Exchange. Decentralized Exchanges enable direct peer-to-peer cryptocurrency trading on blockchain networks without an intermediary. Users retain control of their private keys, trades occur through smart contracts, and DEXs are non-custodial ​ Diamond Hands - Refers to investors who hold onto their assets with unwavering conviction, resisting the urge to sell despite market fluctuations. The term signifies resilience and a long-term commitment to investments. ​ DYOR - Acronym for "Do Your Own Research". ​ back to top E Ethereum - Ethereum is a decentralized, open-source blockchain platform that enables the creation and deployment of smart contracts and decentralized applications (DApps). It was proposed by Vitalik Buterin in late 2013 and went live on July 30, 2015. ​ EVM - Acronym for "Ethereum Virtual Machine". It is a decentralized runtime on the Ethereum blockchain for executing smart contracts. It ensures consistent, deterministic execution and uses "gas" as a unit for computational resource payment. Essential for Ethereum's decentralized smart contract functionality. ​ back to top F Few - Abbreviation for "Few will understand". Refers to the perspective that those involved in cryptocurrencies are still in their infancy and will become extremely wealthy once widespread adoption occurs. ​ FOMO - Acronym for "Fear of missing out". Refers to the fear of missing potential profits, prompting individuals to make hasty decisions, such as purchasing assets at higher prices, due to the worry that prices will continue to rise, and they will miss out on potential gains. Fractionalize - Refers to the process of locking an NFT into a smart contract, and then breaking it into smaller portions which are issued as fungible tokens. As a result, ownership costs are reduced and a community is able to own artwork and other digital assets. ​ Front Running - The act of placing a transaction ahead of others with the express purpose of profiting from the subsequent orders. As it creates more profitable arbitrage possibilities than would have been possible otherwise, front-running is very popular. ​ FUD - Acronym for " Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt". Refers to the dissemination of negative or misleading information to create fear and doubt, particularly in financial markets or technology communities. The goal is often to influence behavior or manipulate ​ back to top G Gas - The cost paid by a user to conduct a transaction or execute a smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain. The complexity of the transaction and the network's current demand will determine this cost. ​ GM - Acronym for "Good Morning". Common greetings within the various crypto communities GMI - Acronym for "Gonna Make It". Popular phrase used on X.com to show support for a cause or a person. ​ back to top H HODL - A deliberate misspelling for 'Hold,' nowadays commonly taken to mean 'Hold on for dear life,' originated on the defunct Bitcointalk.org forum. User GameKyuuby mentioned that he was 'HODLING' his bitcoins as the price decreased. This typo quickly gained popularity. ​ back to top I ICO - Acronym for " Initial Coin Offering". An Initial Coin Offering is the process of raising money for a cryptocurrency project by selling tokens to the general public. Crowdfunding methods like initial public offerings (IPOs) are comparable to ICOs. ​ back to top J Add paragraph text. Click “Edit Text” to update the font, size and more. To change and reuse text themes, go to Site Styles. back to top K Add paragraph text. Click “Edit Text” to update the font, size and more. To change and reuse text themes, go to Site Styles. back to top L Lambo - Abbreviation for "Lamborghini". Owning a Lamborghini is often seen as a symbol of success. Hence, a popular phrase in degens and crypto circles is 'wen lambo?'—commonly used to ask about the anticipated timeline for achieving financial success. ​ Liquidity - A measurement of an asset's ease of purchase, sale, or trading on an exchange or in a particular market. ​ Liquidity Pool - Refers the total funds contributed by users, this term pertains to the amount secured by a smart contract to facilitate trading on a DeFi platform. In decentralized exchanges and lending protocols, where there is no central bank or other entity to provide liquidity, users are responsible for supplying it themselves. ​ back to top M Mainnet - This refers to the primary and operational Layer 1 blockchain network, sometimes known as the "main network," as opposed to a Testnet or Layer 2 solution. ​ Market Cap - The entire worth of an asset determined by its market value at the time. The market capitalization of a cryptocurrency is calculated by multiplying its circulating supply by the price of a single coin. ​ Metaverse - It is a virtual reality space where users engage in immersive three-dimensional environments, interact through avatars, and connect across various virtual worlds. It includes persistent universes, cross-platform connectivity, and the potential for economic activities. ​ back to top N NFT - Acronym for "Non-fungible Token". Refers to a digital certificate of authenticity that is used to identify and confirm who owns a specific digital or tangible item. NFTs cannot be exchanged for one another, in contrast to fungible tokens. ​ NGMI - Acronym for "Not gonna make it." This phrase is used to suggest that there is little prospect of value developing for a particular project or item. It can also be aimed against a specific person, usually one who has made a bad investment or deal. ​ back to top O Oracle - A service designed to furnish smart contracts with external data. Due to their inability to access off-chain data directly, smart contracts rely on oracles to retrieve, validate, and deliver external information. ​ back to top P Paper hands - An individual who typically sold stocks or cryptocurrencies, often at a loss, while their prices were declining. The term implies that someone with paper hands is considered frail and unable to endure market turbulence. ​ PFP - Acronym for "Profile Picture". ​ PoS - Acronym for "Proof of Stake". It is a consensus algorithm in blockchain where validators create new blocks and validate transactions based on the cryptocurrency they hold as collateral. It's an energy-efficient alternative to Proof of Work (PoW) ​ PoW - Acronym for "Proof of Work". It is a blockchain consensus algorithm where miners compete to solve puzzles to add new blocks. It's resource-intensive and rewards the first successful miner with cryptocurrency. Bitcoin uses PoW for security. Protocol - Refers to set of rules and standards that define how different components of a blockchain network interact with each other. It encompasses the rules for validating transactions, reaching consensus among network participants, and managing the overall operation of the blockchain. ​ Private Key - The alphanumeric code in question operates as a blockchain wallet address, akin to a bank account number, facilitating the routing of transactions to the designated wallet. When other users possess your public key, they can send digital assets to your wallet. However, exclusive access to the wallet's contents is reserved for the owner and the associated private key. ​ P2P - Acronym for "Peer-to-Peer". It refers to a distributed network of two or more computers interacting directly without the need for a central server or other entity. ​ back to top Q - back to top R Rekt - Refers to an internet slang term derived from the word "wrecked". It is used to describe a situation where someone or something has suffered a significant loss or defeat. ​ Rug/ Rug pull - The deceptive act where project creators intentionally withdraw funds, causing a rapid decline in its value and significant losses for investors. ​ Rollup - Refers to a scaling solution that batches numerous transactions off-chain and submits them to the main chain as a single transaction in an effort to increase transaction throughput and reduce fees. back to top S Sats - An abbreviation for "Satoshis"; the smallest Bitcoin unit, named after Satoshi Nakamoto. Representing 0.00000001 bitcoin, it is used to express smaller amounts in transactions, showcasing Bitcoin's divisibility and honoring its creator. ​ Seed phrase - Refers to a sequence of 12 to 24 words used as a backup for a cryptocurrency wallet. It's crucial for restoring access to the wallet's private keys and is essential in case of loss or device change. ​ Ser - Deliberate misspelling of the word "Sir". Commonly used in crypto communities. ​ Shill - The act of aggressively promoting something, often with exaggeration, to influence others to buy or invest. A person doing this is called a "shill." It may involve deceptive tactics like false testimonials or reviews. Slippage - Refers to the disparity between the expected and actual execution price of a trade. It occurs in dynamic markets or low-liquidity conditions, potentially impacting the trade's overall cost and outcome. ​ Smart Contract - A self-executing code on a blockchain that enforces terms when specific conditions are met, allowing automated transactions in decentralized applications without intermediaries ​ Stablecoin - Refers to any cryptocurrency that is pegged to a reserve, like fiat currency, to minimize price volatility. It aims to provide the benefits of cryptocurrencies with the stability of traditional currencies. back to top T Testnet - A dedicated blockchain network for developers to test and experiment with new features and applications without affecting the main blockchain. ​ Token - A digital asset created and issued on a blockchain. These tokens can represent various assets, including cryptocurrency, real-world assets, or access rights to a particular service or platform. ​ TP - Acronym for "Take Profit". Commonly used in trading to describe the practice of setting a predetermined price level at which a trader plans to sell an asset to secure gains. ​ TPS - Acronym for "Transactions Per Second". Refers to the metric used to measure the processing capacity of a blockchain. it represents the number of transactions a network or system can handle in one second. ​ TVL - Acronym for "Total Value Locked". It is a metric used in decentralized finance (DeFi) to quantify the total value of assets that users have deposited or "locked" in a particular protocol or platform. It is a measure of the overall capital invested in a DeFi ecosystem and is often expressed in terms of cryptocurrency or USD. back to top U Up only - This phrase is a play on words, suggesting that the value of a cryptocurrency or other asset can only rise. This can also be used in a satirical manner to express one's bullish position towards an asset. back to top V Vaporware - Products that are announced and heavily promoted but never materialize or face significant delays. The term suggests overhyped or unfulfilled promises, and the products may not be delivered as expected. back to top W WAGMI - Acronym for "We Are Gonna Make It". A popular phrase of encouragement used to express optimism and solidarity within the cryptocurrency and trading communities. ​ Wallet - A tool for securely storing and managing cryptocurrencies. It stores private keys, enabling users to send, receive, and monitor their digital assets on a blockchain. ​ Wallet Address - A unique alphanumeric string linked to a cryptocurrency wallet, used for receiving funds on the blockchain. It serves as a public identifier for others to send cryptocurrencies to the wallet. back to top X - back to top Y - back to top Z . ​ back to top

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    Decoding Crypto Exchanges: Selecting the Optimal Platform for You Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link A crypto exchange serves as a virtual trading hub where users can buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrencies. The process often involves converting local currency into crypto, facilitated through bank account linkage or credit card transactions. Now, let's delve beyond the basics and explore the crucial task of selecting the right exchange from the plethora available. Define Your Role: Investor or Trader? Are you in it for the long haul, adopting an investor's approach of buying and holding assets? Or do you fancy the energy-driven world of day trading? Investors may lean towards spot exchanges, facilitating the direct buying and selling of digital assets. Traders, on the other hand, may seek out derivatives exchanges with additional functionalities tailored to their needs. User-Friendly Interface: A Noob's Haven If you're thinking, "I'm a total noob," fear not. Choose an exchange with a straightforward interface designed for beginners. Steer clear of cluttered layouts reminiscent of rocket science control panels. Opt for platforms where account creation, bank linking, and buying crypto are seamless processes. Jurisdiction Matters: Check the Legality Before anything else, ensure the exchange is operational in your country, adhering to local rules and regulations. Avoid unnecessary complexities such as resorting to VPNs. Opt for exchanges that are legally accessible in your region. Asset Variety: Coins and Tokens Not all exchanges support every cryptocurrency. Conduct your own research (DYOR) to identify exchanges listing your desired coins. Discover which cryptocurrencies are available on a particular exchange before diving into the trading journey. Security Concerns: Safeguarding Your Assets Acknowledge the inherent risks in crypto trading, considering past security breaches in the industry. Examine an exchange's security practices, policies, and history. While no exchange is foolproof, prioritize those with a robust track record. Reputation Check: Insights from Reviews Linked closely with security, delve into reviews and online feedback for insights into an exchange's reputation. Avoid exchanges embroiled in scandals or illicit activities, as a tarnished reputation signals potential risks. Trading Fees: The Price of Service Exchanges operate on fees, akin to service charges at restaurants. Understand the fee structure to gauge the cost of your transactions. Some exchanges offer reduced fees through native tokens. Explore options like Binance Coin (BNB) for potential savings. Customer Support: A Lifeline in Times of Trouble No matter the level of preparation, issues will arise. Efficient customer support is crucial in navigating problems swiftly. In the volatile crypto market, responsive and helpful customer support becomes paramount for safeguarding your investments. Rewards Programs: Incentives for Engagement Many exchanges feature rewards programs akin to loyalty programs in traditional settings. Research these programs to identify those aligning with your goals, as they offer varied incentives for transactions and engagement. In conclusion, navigating the realm of crypto exchanges demands thoughtful consideration of these factors. Choose wisely, and may your crypto journey be as prosperous as it is secure. Go to Categories Jan 6, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

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    Exploring The World Of DeFi Protocols: Your First Step Onto The New Planet Of Finance Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link We've delved into the intricacies of Decentralized Finance (DeFi), exploring topics such as swapping [link] and establishing a self-custody wallet [link]. Now, let's demystify how DeFi operates. A brief recap: DeFi represents the technological landscape enabling individuals to exchange money without intermediaries. By merely connecting to the internet, people can engage in lending, trading, and borrowing, all verified on a public ledger. This functionality is made possible through DeFi protocols—a collection of codes defining the rules and standards for specific tasks within the DeFi sphere. Why is this significant? While the discussion may seem steeped in tech jargon, DeFi protocols hold a pivotal objective: to reshape the global financial landscape. Their transformative potential extends to approximately half of the world's population lacking access to a bank account, promising to revolutionize the way modern society buys, sells, and lends. Consider it akin to discovering a new planet in space and encountering intelligent alien lifeforms. Such an occurrence would shake the foundations of our historical beliefs. Advantages of DeFi Protocols What makes DeFi protocols fascinating is akin to intelligent aliens imparting knowledge to enhance our way of life: Highly Programmable: Smart contracts enable the creation of innovative applications. Changeability: Allows for easy modification of apps, data, and the blockchain network. Interoperability: Facilitates the construction of new features on existing protocols and seamless integration of third-party applications. Transparency: Every transaction or activity is broadcasted and verified by other users. Permissionless: Anyone worldwide can access DeFi, requiring only an internet connection and a wallet. Independent, Self-Custody: With a self-custody wallet, users retain full control over their money, crypto, and digital assets. Varieties of DeFi Protocols Here are some noteworthy examples: Aave: An open-source protocol enabling individuals to participate as suppliers or borrowers. Uniswap: A decentralized exchange facilitating the trading of digital assets. Curve: A protocol utilizing multiple cryptocurrencies to operate a market of stablecoins. Maker: Maker Vaults allow investors to add liquidity to the system. Ocean Protocol: An open-source protocol utilizing "datatokens" to control access to data, with users redeeming tokens for data access. Go to Categories Feb 2, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

  • How To Carry Out Your First Ever Swap In A DEX | Wush

    How To Carry Out Your First Ever Swap In A DEX Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link By now, you must have heard of the terms “swap” and “DEX” in the crypto scene. Perhaps you are confused and even intimidated by all these terminologies, and what’s more is that there’s so much money flowing in and out of the market. As if trading alone wasn’t confusing enough right? Let’s just get to it as we help clear the air for you. What is DEX? DEX is short for Decentralized Exchange. DEXs are built on Smart Contracts. Each DEX has a series of contracts for different trading pools. Each of these pools is an Automated Market Maker. People looking to passively generate income from their tokens can become liquidity providers (LPs) at decentralized exchanges. This means they put their own tokens into the DEX contracts and let people trade between them. When someone makes a trade, the pool gets to keep a small percentage as a fee. What is a swap? A swap is just that, a swap. For example you like to swap a portion of your ethereum to USDT which you hold in your wallet. You will be using Uniswap where you are swapping it with the liquidity pool which has been set up by the liquidity providers. That’s it. A happy, private flea market So look at it this way: Traders can go to a flea market and swap whatever goods they want. As long as there is already a liquidity pool set up for the items they want to swap they will be able to do it with no involvement of any other person. The flea market is the DEX. The ultimate freedom is shopping for yourself. You get what you see. (Using similar analogy, a Centralized Exchange would be your mainstream supermarket franchise. It is run by a private company or your government and you pay with cash, including premiums or fees set by them.) How to carry out your first ever swap in a DEX So you ready to do some independent shopping at a flea market? Swap is the main function of a DEX, so let’s just focus on that. Google and search for a DEX. Popular, reputable ones today include Sushiswap and Uniswap. Connect your self-custody wallet [link to how to create a self-custody wallet article] to the DEX. Choose the cryptocurrency you want to swap for. Execute the swap. You are done! You now have your new cryptocurrency in your wallet. Yes, this is a general and straight-forward guide. There are many DEXs out there with their own interface and intricacies which may or may not make things easier for you. Go to Categories Jan 27, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

  • An Introduction to the Metaverse | Wush

    An Introduction to the Metaverse Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Hey there, intrepid explorer of the digital realm! You've probably heard a buzzword flying around a lot lately: "Metaverse." But what is this Metaverse, and why should you even care? Let's dive in, shall we? What is the Metaverse and Why It Matters So, what the heck is the Metaverse? Imagine a virtual world where you can work, play, socialise, and even shop - pretty much like the real world but in a digital universe. Sounds like sci-fi, right? Well, it's becoming a reality! The Metaverse isn't just one single place. It's a collection of 3D virtual spaces where you can interact with others and digital objects in a way that feels real. Think of it as the internet but on steroids and in 3D! Now, why does it matter? Imagine attending a concert with friends from all over the globe, trying on clothes in a virtual store before buying them for your real-life wardrobe, or attending a business meeting as an avatar. The Metaverse is reshaping how we interact, entertain, and even conduct business. It's not just a game; it's the future of our digital lives. How Web 3.0 Enables the Metaverse Remember when we chatted about Web3 and all that blockchain and crypto stuff? That's where Web3 enters the chat in the Metaverse story. Web3, with its decentralised nature, makes the Metaverse a place where you can own digital assets (like that cool virtual jacket you just bought), and your identity and data are yours and yours alone. In simpler terms, Web3 is like the engine under the hood of the Metaverse car. It powers the Metaverse, making it secure, user-centric, and oh-so-exciting. Exploring Popular Metaverse Platforms Now, let's talk about where you can experience this Metaverse magic. There are several platforms out there, but let's highlight a couple of the biggies. First up, we've got platforms like Decentraland and The Sandbox. Think of them as virtual worlds where you can buy land, build houses, create art, and set up shop. And yes, this virtual real estate can actually be a real investment. Crazy, right? Then there's platforms like VRChat and Roblox. These are less about investing and more about jumping into different experiences. You can play games, attend events, or just hang out with friends in these virtual worlds. And remember, these platforms are just scratching the surface. The Metaverse is evolving every day, and who knows what cool new platform might pop up tomorrow? Wrapping It Up So, there you have it – a whirlwind tour of the Metaverse. It's this incredible blend of the real and virtual worlds, powered by some pretty nifty Web3 tech. And it's not just for tech geeks or gamers; it's for everyone who wants to experience the next big thing in the digital universe. Stick around, keep exploring, and who knows? Maybe I'll bump into your avatar in the Metaverse one day. Until then, keep bridging that real and virtual gap! Go to Categories Mar 27, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

  • Crafting Your Self-Custody Wallet: A Seamless Guide for Novices | Wush

    Crafting Your Self-Custody Wallet: A Seamless Guide for Novices Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link In the dynamic realm of blockchain and cryptocurrency, the term "wallet" takes on various forms. Among them, the self-custody wallet stands out, providing an avenue for enhanced control and technological evolution. It may initially seem as superfluous as an overzealous friend celebrating a birthday twice, but delving into the intricacies reveals a tool that empowers users to assert greater authority over their financial assets. Decoding the Essence of Self-Custody Wallets A self-custody, or self-custodial wallet, empowers its owner by granting control over private keys. This autonomy eliminates the need to rely on third-party entities, such as exchanges, where relinquishing control can lead to potential restrictions on your wallet. Visualize this: Your entire bank account condensed into a single wallet residing in your pocket. Within this wallet, a solitary card bears only your name, absent of logos from various entities. Security reigns supreme, as the private key, known only to you, fortifies its integrity. Even if your wallet is pilfered, the absence of the private key renders it impervious. Misplacing the wallet? Fear not, as recovery using the private key is within reach. And in the face of government demands, unless coercion reaches extreme measures, your wallet and private key remain beyond their grasp. At any given moment, irrespective of location, you wield the power to seamlessly transfer funds to another wallet with just the recipient's address—no intermediaries, no bureaucracy. The autonomy is yours. Reasons Behind the Pursuit of a Self-Custody Wallet Total Wallet Control: Possession of private keys and a recovery phrase endows self-custody wallets with absolute control over crypto assets. Enhanced Security and Censorship Resistance: Arguably safer than exchange-managed wallets, self-custody wallets evade the pitfalls associated with reliance on a singular entity. Unrestricted Transactions: Unlike exchanges, self-custody wallets face no daily withdrawal limits, and the account cannot be arbitrarily frozen. Unfettered autonomy prevails. Effortless Creation of a Self-Custody Wallet Our choice for this guide is MetaMask, a reputable and reliable self-custody wallet widely recognized in the crypto space. Download MetaMask: Visit the official website [ https://metamask.io ] and download MetaMask for your browser (compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Brave, or Edge), Android smartphone, or iOS device. Initiate and Establish Your Account: Opt for creating a new wallet, assuming you are a novice. Select "Create a Wallet." Craft a secure password; emphasize its importance and safeguard it physically (no digital copies). Preserve the secret recovery phrase (12 random words) diligently on paper—its order is crucial. Store this backup in a secure, preferably offline location. Discover Your Public Address: Congratulations on owning a self-custodial wallet! Your public address, akin to a home address for crypto deliveries, is a mix of alphanumeric characters (e.g., 0x71C7656EC7ab88b098defB751B7401B5f6d8976A). Fund Your Wallet: Initiate your crypto journey by purchasing crypto through MetaMask, using a credit or debit card. Be mindful of "gas" fees, your transaction fees. Unlocking a World of Opportunities: With a single self-custody wallet, opportunities abound—exploring NFT marketplaces, trading various cryptos instantly, or engaging in blockchain-based games. Exercise caution and connect only to trusted platforms. In conclusion, the potential of a self-custody wallet extends far beyond what a single corporation offers. The industry's future advancements, coupled with evolving technology, signify limitless possibilities for those equipped with the autonomy of a self-custody wallet. Go to Categories Jan 20, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

  • Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners | Wush

    Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link If you find yourself here, you likely have a myriad of questions swirling in your mind. First and foremost: What exactly is Web3? What does this blockchain phenomenon entail? Crypto—Is it synonymous with Bitcoin, and can it lead to wealth? NFTs—Why are people paying millions for digital images? Is the internet not sufficient as is? Why the need for Web3? The jargon might seem daunting, particularly if you're not a tech enthusiast, but fear not. Let's take a moment to step back, breathe, and unravel the intricacies together. Web3 Unveiled: Web3 emerges as the next chapter after Web2 and Web1. Yes, let's reminisce a bit and delve into what Web1 and Web2 were all about. These terms may sound like distant echoes of the past, but bear with us—they form the backdrop to your everyday digital experiences. Understanding Web1: Web1, the inception of the World Wide Web, was essentially your www dot. Created by Tim Berners-Lee, it mainly featured static pages dominated by corporate entities. Interaction among users was a rarity, and the ability to create content was virtually nonexistent. In essence, Web1 was the read-only web, limiting users to passive consumption of information. The notion of personal content creation and user interaction was beyond imagination at that time. Websites were predominantly crafted by major corporations like Apple, IMDB, Microsoft, eBay, Google, and even Pizza Hut. The internet then seemed more like a domain for businesses and the affluent, far from the deeply personal and interactive space we know today. Enter Web2: The internet underwent a social transformation with the advent of Web2. Interaction among users became a focal point. Platforms like Friendster, blogs, Facebook, and YouTube paved the way for a more engaging online experience. Content creators flourished, earning fame and income. Web2 became the read-write web, a realm where users could not only consume but also create, share, and earn. Deciphering Web3: Web3, in simple terms, is an extension of Web2 that empowers the average internet user. This empowerment translates into: Ownership Privacy Decentralization, preventing single-entity control All aimed at realizing a superior vision for the internet. You might wonder, "Why do I need this power? My life is already good." True, but as technology and society evolve, we must look ahead to tackle existing issues: Lack of full ownership of digital assets online. Arbitrary censorship by governing bodies or companies. Dependency on big corporations for various aspects of life. Web3 seeks to provide a sense of control over these aspects, ensuring a more user-centric online experience. Web3's Impact on Everyday Life: While we can't predict the future, the continuous evolution of technology promises transformative changes. Web3 facilitates: Freedom for creators to generate income in novel ways. Full ownership of digital assets through Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs). Developer-friendly creation of Decentralized Apps (DApps). Transparent information and transactions via blockchain technology. As we navigate the early stages of Web3, it's evident that despite reservations, it's here to stay and enhance our digital landscape. In Conclusion: At Wush, we invite you to ponder how past iterations of the internet seemed laden with seemingly implausible ideas. We didn't anticipate watching videos on small phone screens, the rise of TikTok millionaires, or non-geeks delving into high-stakes investing and trading. Wush is here to demystify Web3 for you. Stick with us to stay ahead and embrace the evolving digital era. Go to Categories Dec 29, 2023 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

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    CEX Centralized exchanges are regulated platforms facilitating digital asset trading through a centralized authority. Wallets Wallets store crypto, digital collectibles and keys for signing transactions and interacting with various smart contracts and applications. These can be physical or digital. DeFi DeFi or decentralized finance, is a general term for a broad range of peer-to-peer financial services available over a blockchain. NFTs Non-Fungible Tokens are unique digital identifiers recorded on the blockchain, to certify ownership and authenticity. These are more commonly images that can be traded on a marketplace. $ DEX Decentralized Exchanges are peer-to-peer marketplaces for trading crypto without the need for a middleman or entity to process the transfer and custody of funds. MFs Notable, smart, influential or just people we like that you should follow to keep up to date on all things in Web3. "Coming soon" Resources Essential reading material for you to DYOR, usage walkthroughs, project features and more. Merchants Some cool merchants that let you pay for goods and services with your crypto. Gaming A range of games that let you have full control, ownership and transferability of your in-game assets or 'Play to Earn' experiences. Blockchains There are various publicly available blockchains. These are a curation of some of the more commonly accessed ones with good activity and transaction volumes. Careers Looking for a job in Web3? Here's a curation of some job boards we've picked out and are refreshed periodically. "Coming soon" Services Thinking of building something in Web3? Here are some of our favorite go-to's that could help you jumpstart your project. Categories

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    About Us Gregg Lewis Chief Executive Officer A marketing and technology professional over 15 years in government, private and listed companies. Entered Web3 in 2016 as a consultant at Gartner; helping unicorns, MNCs, financial services and governments explore the adoption of blockchain technology and hasn’t looked back since. While building Wush, Gregg sits on the boards and advisory panels of several organizations ranging from startups, MNCs and universities to help broaden his perspective of the world as well as to help shape the future in his own small way while enabling blockchain adoption and literacy. Go Go Ethan Bok Chief Technology Officer During his almost two-decade tenure at Microsoft, Ethan served as an IT Engineer and Senior Learning Program Manager (SEA Lead). He provided essential technical consultancy to Microsoft's leadership teams and clients, actively shaping digital workplace initiatives, contributing to the development of new digital learning platforms, and playing a key role in the global deployment of advanced technologies. He recognizes that Web3 has the potential to level the playing field, offering unprecedented opportunities and accessibility in the near future. Driven by a commitment to contribute to this transformative landscape, Ethan is enthusiastic about playing an active role in shaping and advancing the potential of Web3. Go Go Shannon Soh Chief Operation Officer Shannon dabbled in DeFi before ape-ing into NFTs while working in a management role in the government sector. He actively engages in protocol and project research on DeFi across various chains. Shannon got into Web3 when he first heard it from a friend and did some simple research and went to a Webpage to purchase his first Ethereum at $200 before deciding to go deeper down the rabbit hole and ended up mining Ethereum. He believes that Wush will enable safe and frictionless Web3 literacy and adoption in the space through easily accessible information. Go Go Jaye Foo Chief Marketing Officer Jaye is an award-winning creative and entrepreneur who founded The Parlour, a creative space in Singapore, Seoul, Paris and Amsterdam hosting over 100 events with partners like Yuga Labs, Coinbase and Sandbox. He is also the mastermind behind Manifest, the world’s 1st Cryptopunk NFT Band. Having been previously scammed of 4 Bitcoin, he strives to create a safer and more user-friendly experience for those new to Web3. Jaye has been featured on Forbes, Bloomberg, CNA, NHK, Vogue, Esquire, Robb Report, The Business Times, The Straits Times, Hypebeast and has worked with Nike, Hugo Boss, Moncler, Converse and Gentle Monster. Go Go The Team Based in Busan, South Korea. specializes in international trade between South Korea and Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region Korblin Based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Director of the Naval Group manufacturing pine based products. Siducer Based in Singapore. Founder of iconic Southeast Asian streetwear label; The King of Merchandise in Web3. King of Merch Based in Bali, Indonesia. Worldwide luxury resorts and lifestyle venues developer and owner. Kong Based in Frauenfeld, Switzerland. owner and clinician of a traditional chinese medicine (TCM) clinics Da Draggin Based in Singapore. Digital marketing at one of the largest luxury timepieces brands. Leefoundation Manager at a Fortune 100 company by day, full-stack developer by night; since 2012. Kim L Based in Singapore. Specializes in recruitment and placement of top talent in Asia. DarylTanky A senior software developer and project manager at a leading European telco. AwesomeDave Life insurance, asset management and legacy planning specialist. HengsterK Based in Jakarta. Industrialist. Neelesh M Based in Singapore. Senior Director, Impactful Brand Experiences APAC for Colgate-Palmolive Lyndon An ex-Disney+ subscriber, based in Singapore. Kit Product management veteran with regional experience in Southeast Asia’s largest bank. Jovi Based in Zurich, Switzerland. Senior Research Scientist and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Cryptography. Decentralais A medical doctor, immersed in digital health and healthtech, based in Singapore. Dr. Saishreyas Sundarajoo Co-Founder of a prominent recruitment consultancy and search firm hiring focusing on Web2 and Web3 placements across APAC, based in Singapore. Criticalz Early Backers Let's face it, the Web3 barrier to entry is pretty high. We often hear that it is really cool tech, built by tech guys, for tech guys. It's not straightforward or intuitive, and tends to expose new users to potentially dubious and malicious sites that could end with wallets being drained. We help ease the process of getting started and navigating safely as well as building Web3 literacy and competency with confidence. Wush curates popular projects, products and services that are known for being secure to help new users gain exposure. We want to make it easy for onboarding new Web3 users to take advantage of all that it has to offer, which in turn will contribute to the organic and sustainable growth of the space. A Wush ecosystem is being built around the user as opposed to the 'build it and they will come' approach. Our Project Phase 1: Curated listings and explorations Phase 2: Partners and ecosystem Phase 3: Integrations and tokens drop © 2023 WUSH PTE LTD

  • Navigating Your First Cryptocurrency Purchase with Mindful Precision | Wush

    Navigating Your First Cryptocurrency Purchase with Mindful Precision Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Embarking on the journey of purchasing your initial cryptocurrency can be a daunting task, akin to a rite of passage. Today, we offer you an empathetic, no-nonsense guide to this venture—one that surpasses the compassion even your mother provides. We aim to be your guiding hand as you step into the realm of investing, particularly in the enigmatic world of cryptocurrencies. Three Crucial Realities to Safeguard Your Peace of Mind Acknowledging Risk in Crypto Investment Investing or buying cryptocurrency is inherently risky, with prices exhibiting volatility surpassing that of traditional assets like stocks. Fluctuations can stem from various factors, including regulatory changes, technological developments, and unfortunately, fraudulent activities. Prioritize thorough research (DYOR) and never invest more than you can afford to have locked away for an extended period. Dispelling the Overnight Millionaire Fantasy Abandon the notion of becoming an overnight millionaire through cryptocurrency investment; the odds are relatively low. Despite sensational stories, the era of stumbling upon a random coin and striking it rich is waning. Cryptocurrency should not be viewed as a casino; speculative and impulsive actions may yield unfavorable outcomes. Embracing the Marathon, Not a Sprint Recognize that crypto investment is a long-term commitment, not a fleeting shopping spree. While seemingly intimidating, the potential for gains attracts many investors. Develop resilience and adopt a strategic mindset from day one. How to Navigate Your Inaugural Cryptocurrency Purchase Mindfully Conduct Preliminary Research on Exchanges Navigate the myriad cryptocurrency exchanges by selecting a reputable platform with a user-friendly interface. Explore our comprehensive guide [link] to assist in choosing an exchange aligned with your needs. Create an Account with Your Chosen Exchange Register on the chosen exchange—simple, straightforward, and the initial step in your crypto journey. Addressing KYC Without Anxiety KYC, or Know Your Customer, may seem intrusive but is a standard process involving identity verification. Take pictures holding your country-issued ID or passport; this ensures a secure and compliant user experience. Fund Your Account Prudently Once approved, fund your account with real money through credit card linkage or bank transfers. Exercise caution; only invest an amount you are comfortable with, considering the inherent uncertainties of the market. Decide on Your Cryptocurrency of Choice Make an informed decision on which cryptocurrency to purchase, avoiding herd mentality. Conduct independent research to bolster your confidence and understanding of your chosen digital asset. Execute Your Purchase and Celebrate Responsibly Follow the exchange's guidance to complete your first cryptocurrency purchase. Congratulate yourself on this milestone, but celebrate responsibly. Be mindful of potential tax implications, understanding your financial obligations. Establishing a Blueprint for Future Buys Recognize that your initial purchase sets the tone for future endeavors. The mantra "how you do anything is how you do everything" holds true; approach your cryptocurrency journey with diligence, patience, and a commitment to ongoing research. As the saying goes, "It's not just about buying your first cryptocurrency; it's about how you navigate the entire journey." We have crafted this article not just as a guide to steps but as a companion in shaping your mindset and attitude toward cryptocurrency investment. Continue your research, exercise patience, and engage with the industry. Remember, no one starts as an expert, and the journey may be challenging, but it will be immensely rewarding. You've got this. Go to Categories Jan 13, 2024 Apr 11, 2024 Wush The Web3 Job Market: New Careers in the Digital Frontier Start Now Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Featured Articles

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  • An Introduction to the Metaverse | Wush

    An Introduction to the Metaverse Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Hey there, intrepid explorer of the digital realm! You've probably heard a buzzword flying around a lot lately: "Metaverse." But what is this Metaverse, and why should you even care? Let's dive in, shall we? What is the Metaverse and Why It Matters So, what the heck is the Metaverse? Imagine a virtual world where you can work, play, socialise, and even shop - pretty much like the real world but in a digital universe. Sounds like sci-fi, right? Well, it's becoming a reality! The Metaverse isn't just one single place. It's a collection of 3D virtual spaces where you can interact with others and digital objects in a way that feels real. Think of it as the internet but on steroids and in 3D! Now, why does it matter? Imagine attending a concert with friends from all over the globe, trying on clothes in a virtual store before buying them for your real-life wardrobe, or attending a business meeting as an avatar. The Metaverse is reshaping how we interact, entertain, and even conduct business. It's not just a game; it's the future of our digital lives. How Web 3.0 Enables the Metaverse Remember when we chatted about Web3 and all that blockchain and crypto stuff? That's where Web3 enters the chat in the Metaverse story. Web3, with its decentralised nature, makes the Metaverse a place where you can own digital assets (like that cool virtual jacket you just bought), and your identity and data are yours and yours alone. In simpler terms, Web3 is like the engine under the hood of the Metaverse car. It powers the Metaverse, making it secure, user-centric, and oh-so-exciting. Exploring Popular Metaverse Platforms Now, let's talk about where you can experience this Metaverse magic. There are several platforms out there, but let's highlight a couple of the biggies. First up, we've got platforms like Decentraland and The Sandbox. Think of them as virtual worlds where you can buy land, build houses, create art, and set up shop. And yes, this virtual real estate can actually be a real investment. Crazy, right? Then there's platforms like VRChat and Roblox. These are less about investing and more about jumping into different experiences. You can play games, attend events, or just hang out with friends in these virtual worlds. And remember, these platforms are just scratching the surface. The Metaverse is evolving every day, and who knows what cool new platform might pop up tomorrow? Wrapping It Up So, there you have it – a whirlwind tour of the Metaverse. It's this incredible blend of the real and virtual worlds, powered by some pretty nifty Web3 tech. And it's not just for tech geeks or gamers; it's for everyone who wants to experience the next big thing in the digital universe. Stick around, keep exploring, and who knows? Maybe I'll bump into your avatar in the Metaverse one day. Until then, keep bridging that real and virtual gap! Go to Categories Mar 27, 2024 Mar 27, 2024 Wush An Introduction to the Metaverse Start Now Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Feb 28, 2024 Wush Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Digital Ownership in Web3 Start Now Featured Articles

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    March 29, 2024 Web3 This Week Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Go to Categories March 29, 2024 ​ Web3 This Week Start Now New articles

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  • Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure | Wush

    Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Hey digital adventurers! Ever wondered how to keep your crypto safe while riding the waves of the Web3 world? Let's dive into the essentials of Web3 wallets and discover how Pocket Universe can be your ultimate digital ally! The Dos: Your Web3 Wallet Playbook 1. Secret Agent Mode for Your Seed Phrase: Your seed phrase is like the secret code in a spy movie. Keep it under wraps – no sharing, not on social media, not even with your BFFs. 2. Stay Sharp with Updates: Regularly updating your wallet is like keeping your digital toolkit polished. It's all about staying ahead in the security game. 3. Eagle-Eye on Transactions: Check, double-check, and triple-check every transaction. A misstep here can be a leap into the unknown. 4. Private Surfing Only: Think of your private internet connection as your personal digital fortress. Avoid the public Wi-Fi traps! 5. Knowledge is Power: Jumping into new platforms? Do your homework first. Being informed is like having a map in a treasure hunt. The Don'ts: Navigating Digital Traps 1. Seed Phrase Lockdown: Remember, your seed phrase is your personal crypto key. Sharing it is a no-go, like giving away the key to your treasure chest. 2. Steer Clear of Scams: Phishing is the villain in our Web3 story. Keep a lookout for those sneaky emails and messages. 3. No Speedy Clicks : Rushing through transactions? That's like skipping the instructions on a new game – not a good idea. 4. Trust Your Gear: Always use your own devices for wallet access. It’s like choosing your own sword for battle. 5. Backup, Backup, Backup: Regular backups are your safety net in the digital world. Don't overlook it! Spotlight: Pocket Universe – Your Digital Sidekick Pocket Universe Wallet: Think of it as your digital shield in the Web3 realm, protecting you from the dragons of scams and hacks. Protection Like No Other: It's your guard against all things fishy – from dodgy transactions to phishing attempts. Easy-Peasy Use: No more complex jargon. Pocket Universe makes your transactions as clear as daylight. Wrapping Up There you have it, folks – your guide to mastering Web3 wallets with a touch of Pocket Universe magic. Stay smart, stay secure, and enjoy your journey in the world of digital assets! Go to Categories Mar 13, 2024 Mar 13, 2024 Wush Navigate Your Web3 Wallet Like a Pro: A Pocket Universe Adventure Start Now Feb 28, 2024 Wush Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Digital Ownership in Web3 Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Featured Articles

  • Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Digital Ownership in Web3 | Wush

    Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Digital Ownership in Web3 Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link So, you've been hearing about these things called NFTs, right? Maybe you've seen people spending silly amounts of money on what are simply digital pictures, or perhaps you've heard whispers about them revolutionizing digital ownership. Let's break it down. What are NFTs and Their Significance First things first: NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token. "Non-fungible" is just a fancy way of saying that it's unique and can't be replaced with something else. Think of it like a rare, one-of-a-kind trading card. You can't just swap it for any old card. NFTs live on the blockchain, the same tech that powers cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. But unlike Bitcoin, each NFT is one-of-a-kind. They're like the digital equivalent of collectibles. But why the hype? NFTs have been shaking up the art world and beyond. They allow artists and creators to monetize their work in new ways, giving them more control and security over their creations. Plus, every time their art is sold to a new owner, they can earn royalties. How cool is that? How to Buy, Sell, and Create NFTs Interested in getting your feet wet in the NFT pool? Here's the lowdown: Buying NFTs : It's like online shopping, but a bit more complex. First, you'll need some crypto such as Ethereum or Solana. Set up a digital wallet to store your crypto and use it to buy NFTs from various online marketplaces such as Blur, OpenSea or Magic Eden. Imagine eBay, but for digital collectibles. Selling NFTs : Got a digital masterpiece or a quirky creation you want to sell as an NFT? First, choose an NFT marketplace – there are plenty out there. You'll need to "mint" your digital file into an NFT, which basically means turning it into a blockchain-based asset. Set your price (or opt for an auction), and boom, you're now an NFT seller! Creating NFTs : Are you a creator? Turn your work into an NFT which involves creating a digital file (think art, music, even tweets!) and then using an NFT platform to mint your work into an NFT. You get to decide how many copies exist, making it rare or as common as you wish. Plus, you can program royalties into your NFT, so you get a cut every time it changes hands. Wrapping it up NFTs are more than just a buzzword; they're redefining what it means to own something in the digital world. Whether you're an artist, collector, or just curious about the future of the internet, NFTs are a trend worth watching. And who knows? Maybe your next digital purchase will be a piece of this new, exciting world of Web3. Start exploring our highly curated and vetted directory of all things Web3 now! Go to Categories Feb 28, 2024 Feb 28, 2024 Wush Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Digital Ownership in Web3 Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Wush Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Start Now Featured Articles

  • Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners | Wush

    Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link If you find yourself here, you likely have a myriad of questions swirling in your mind. First and foremost: What exactly is Web3? What does this blockchain phenomenon entail? Crypto—Is it synonymous with Bitcoin, and can it lead to wealth? NFTs—Why are people paying millions for digital images? Is the internet not sufficient as is? Why the need for Web3? The jargon might seem daunting, particularly if you're not a tech enthusiast, but fear not. Let's take a moment to step back, breathe, and unravel the intricacies together. Web3 Unveiled: Web3 emerges as the next chapter after Web2 and Web1. Yes, let's reminisce a bit and delve into what Web1 and Web2 were all about. These terms may sound like distant echoes of the past, but bear with us—they form the backdrop to your everyday digital experiences. Understanding Web1: Web1, the inception of the World Wide Web, was essentially your www dot. Created by Tim Berners-Lee, it mainly featured static pages dominated by corporate entities. Interaction among users was a rarity, and the ability to create content was virtually nonexistent. In essence, Web1 was the read-only web, limiting users to passive consumption of information. The notion of personal content creation and user interaction was beyond imagination at that time. Websites were predominantly crafted by major corporations like Apple, IMDB, Microsoft, eBay, Google, and even Pizza Hut. The internet then seemed more like a domain for businesses and the affluent, far from the deeply personal and interactive space we know today. Enter Web2: The internet underwent a social transformation with the advent of Web2. Interaction among users became a focal point. Platforms like Friendster, blogs, Facebook, and YouTube paved the way for a more engaging online experience. Content creators flourished, earning fame and income. Web2 became the read-write web, a realm where users could not only consume but also create, share, and earn. Deciphering Web3: Web3, in simple terms, is an extension of Web2 that empowers the average internet user. This empowerment translates into: Ownership Privacy Decentralization, preventing single-entity control All aimed at realizing a superior vision for the internet. You might wonder, "Why do I need this power? My life is already good." True, but as technology and society evolve, we must look ahead to tackle existing issues: Lack of full ownership of digital assets online. Arbitrary censorship by governing bodies or companies. Dependency on big corporations for various aspects of life. Web3 seeks to provide a sense of control over these aspects, ensuring a more user-centric online experience. Web3's Impact on Everyday Life: While we can't predict the future, the continuous evolution of technology promises transformative changes. Web3 facilitates: Freedom for creators to generate income in novel ways. Full ownership of digital assets through Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs). Developer-friendly creation of Decentralized Apps (DApps). Transparent information and transactions via blockchain technology. As we navigate the early stages of Web3, it's evident that despite reservations, it's here to stay and enhance our digital landscape. In Conclusion: At Wush, we invite you to ponder how past iterations of the internet seemed laden with seemingly implausible ideas. We didn't anticipate watching videos on small phone screens, the rise of TikTok millionaires, or non-geeks delving into high-stakes investing and trading. Wush is here to demystify Web3 for you. Stick with us to stay ahead and embrace the evolving digital era. Go to Categories Dec 29, 2023 Feb 28, 2024 Wush Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Wush Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Start Now Featured Articles

  • Navigating Your First Cryptocurrency Purchase with Mindful Precision | Wush

    Navigating Your First Cryptocurrency Purchase with Mindful Precision Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link Embarking on the journey of purchasing your initial cryptocurrency can be a daunting task, akin to a rite of passage. Today, we offer you an empathetic, no-nonsense guide to this venture—one that surpasses the compassion even your mother provides. We aim to be your guiding hand as you step into the realm of investing, particularly in the enigmatic world of cryptocurrencies. Three Crucial Realities to Safeguard Your Peace of Mind Acknowledging Risk in Crypto Investment Investing or buying cryptocurrency is inherently risky, with prices exhibiting volatility surpassing that of traditional assets like stocks. Fluctuations can stem from various factors, including regulatory changes, technological developments, and unfortunately, fraudulent activities. Prioritize thorough research (DYOR) and never invest more than you can afford to have locked away for an extended period. Dispelling the Overnight Millionaire Fantasy Abandon the notion of becoming an overnight millionaire through cryptocurrency investment; the odds are relatively low. Despite sensational stories, the era of stumbling upon a random coin and striking it rich is waning. Cryptocurrency should not be viewed as a casino; speculative and impulsive actions may yield unfavorable outcomes. Embracing the Marathon, Not a Sprint Recognize that crypto investment is a long-term commitment, not a fleeting shopping spree. While seemingly intimidating, the potential for gains attracts many investors. Develop resilience and adopt a strategic mindset from day one. How to Navigate Your Inaugural Cryptocurrency Purchase Mindfully Conduct Preliminary Research on Exchanges Navigate the myriad cryptocurrency exchanges by selecting a reputable platform with a user-friendly interface. Explore our comprehensive guide [link] to assist in choosing an exchange aligned with your needs. Create an Account with Your Chosen Exchange Register on the chosen exchange—simple, straightforward, and the initial step in your crypto journey. Addressing KYC Without Anxiety KYC, or Know Your Customer, may seem intrusive but is a standard process involving identity verification. Take pictures holding your country-issued ID or passport; this ensures a secure and compliant user experience. Fund Your Account Prudently Once approved, fund your account with real money through credit card linkage or bank transfers. Exercise caution; only invest an amount you are comfortable with, considering the inherent uncertainties of the market. Decide on Your Cryptocurrency of Choice Make an informed decision on which cryptocurrency to purchase, avoiding herd mentality. Conduct independent research to bolster your confidence and understanding of your chosen digital asset. Execute Your Purchase and Celebrate Responsibly Follow the exchange's guidance to complete your first cryptocurrency purchase. Congratulate yourself on this milestone, but celebrate responsibly. Be mindful of potential tax implications, understanding your financial obligations. Establishing a Blueprint for Future Buys Recognize that your initial purchase sets the tone for future endeavors. The mantra "how you do anything is how you do everything" holds true; approach your cryptocurrency journey with diligence, patience, and a commitment to ongoing research. As the saying goes, "It's not just about buying your first cryptocurrency; it's about how you navigate the entire journey." We have crafted this article not just as a guide to steps but as a companion in shaping your mindset and attitude toward cryptocurrency investment. Continue your research, exercise patience, and engage with the industry. Remember, no one starts as an expert, and the journey may be challenging, but it will be immensely rewarding. You've got this. Go to Categories Jan 13, 2024 Feb 28, 2024 Wush Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Wush Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Start Now Featured Articles

  • Decoding Crypto Exchanges: Selecting the Optimal Platform for You | Wush

    Decoding Crypto Exchanges: Selecting the Optimal Platform for You Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link A crypto exchange serves as a virtual trading hub where users can buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrencies. The process often involves converting local currency into crypto, facilitated through bank account linkage or credit card transactions. Now, let's delve beyond the basics and explore the crucial task of selecting the right exchange from the plethora available. Define Your Role: Investor or Trader? Are you in it for the long haul, adopting an investor's approach of buying and holding assets? Or do you fancy the energy-driven world of day trading? Investors may lean towards spot exchanges, facilitating the direct buying and selling of digital assets. Traders, on the other hand, may seek out derivatives exchanges with additional functionalities tailored to their needs. User-Friendly Interface: A Noob's Haven If you're thinking, "I'm a total noob," fear not. Choose an exchange with a straightforward interface designed for beginners. Steer clear of cluttered layouts reminiscent of rocket science control panels. Opt for platforms where account creation, bank linking, and buying crypto are seamless processes. Jurisdiction Matters: Check the Legality Before anything else, ensure the exchange is operational in your country, adhering to local rules and regulations. Avoid unnecessary complexities such as resorting to VPNs. Opt for exchanges that are legally accessible in your region. Asset Variety: Coins and Tokens Not all exchanges support every cryptocurrency. Conduct your own research (DYOR) to identify exchanges listing your desired coins. Discover which cryptocurrencies are available on a particular exchange before diving into the trading journey. Security Concerns: Safeguarding Your Assets Acknowledge the inherent risks in crypto trading, considering past security breaches in the industry. Examine an exchange's security practices, policies, and history. While no exchange is foolproof, prioritize those with a robust track record. Reputation Check: Insights from Reviews Linked closely with security, delve into reviews and online feedback for insights into an exchange's reputation. Avoid exchanges embroiled in scandals or illicit activities, as a tarnished reputation signals potential risks. Trading Fees: The Price of Service Exchanges operate on fees, akin to service charges at restaurants. Understand the fee structure to gauge the cost of your transactions. Some exchanges offer reduced fees through native tokens. Explore options like Binance Coin (BNB) for potential savings. Customer Support: A Lifeline in Times of Trouble No matter the level of preparation, issues will arise. Efficient customer support is crucial in navigating problems swiftly. In the volatile crypto market, responsive and helpful customer support becomes paramount for safeguarding your investments. Rewards Programs: Incentives for Engagement Many exchanges feature rewards programs akin to loyalty programs in traditional settings. Research these programs to identify those aligning with your goals, as they offer varied incentives for transactions and engagement. In conclusion, navigating the realm of crypto exchanges demands thoughtful consideration of these factors. Choose wisely, and may your crypto journey be as prosperous as it is secure. Go to Categories Jan 6, 2024 Feb 28, 2024 Wush Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Wush Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Start Now Featured Articles

  • Crafting Your Self-Custody Wallet: A Seamless Guide for Novices | Wush

    Crafting Your Self-Custody Wallet: A Seamless Guide for Novices Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link In the dynamic realm of blockchain and cryptocurrency, the term "wallet" takes on various forms. Among them, the self-custody wallet stands out, providing an avenue for enhanced control and technological evolution. It may initially seem as superfluous as an overzealous friend celebrating a birthday twice, but delving into the intricacies reveals a tool that empowers users to assert greater authority over their financial assets. Decoding the Essence of Self-Custody Wallets A self-custody, or self-custodial wallet, empowers its owner by granting control over private keys. This autonomy eliminates the need to rely on third-party entities, such as exchanges, where relinquishing control can lead to potential restrictions on your wallet. Visualize this: Your entire bank account condensed into a single wallet residing in your pocket. Within this wallet, a solitary card bears only your name, absent of logos from various entities. Security reigns supreme, as the private key, known only to you, fortifies its integrity. Even if your wallet is pilfered, the absence of the private key renders it impervious. Misplacing the wallet? Fear not, as recovery using the private key is within reach. And in the face of government demands, unless coercion reaches extreme measures, your wallet and private key remain beyond their grasp. At any given moment, irrespective of location, you wield the power to seamlessly transfer funds to another wallet with just the recipient's address—no intermediaries, no bureaucracy. The autonomy is yours. Reasons Behind the Pursuit of a Self-Custody Wallet Total Wallet Control: Possession of private keys and a recovery phrase endows self-custody wallets with absolute control over crypto assets. Enhanced Security and Censorship Resistance: Arguably safer than exchange-managed wallets, self-custody wallets evade the pitfalls associated with reliance on a singular entity. Unrestricted Transactions: Unlike exchanges, self-custody wallets face no daily withdrawal limits, and the account cannot be arbitrarily frozen. Unfettered autonomy prevails. Effortless Creation of a Self-Custody Wallet Our choice for this guide is MetaMask, a reputable and reliable self-custody wallet widely recognized in the crypto space. Download MetaMask: Visit the official website [ https://metamask.io ] and download MetaMask for your browser (compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Brave, or Edge), Android smartphone, or iOS device. Initiate and Establish Your Account: Opt for creating a new wallet, assuming you are a novice. Select "Create a Wallet." Craft a secure password; emphasize its importance and safeguard it physically (no digital copies). Preserve the secret recovery phrase (12 random words) diligently on paper—its order is crucial. Store this backup in a secure, preferably offline location. Discover Your Public Address: Congratulations on owning a self-custodial wallet! Your public address, akin to a home address for crypto deliveries, is a mix of alphanumeric characters (e.g., 0x71C7656EC7ab88b098defB751B7401B5f6d8976A). Fund Your Wallet: Initiate your crypto journey by purchasing crypto through MetaMask, using a credit or debit card. Be mindful of "gas" fees, your transaction fees. Unlocking a World of Opportunities: With a single self-custody wallet, opportunities abound—exploring NFT marketplaces, trading various cryptos instantly, or engaging in blockchain-based games. Exercise caution and connect only to trusted platforms. In conclusion, the potential of a self-custody wallet extends far beyond what a single corporation offers. The industry's future advancements, coupled with evolving technology, signify limitless possibilities for those equipped with the autonomy of a self-custody wallet. Go to Categories Jan 20, 2024 Feb 28, 2024 Wush Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Wush Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Start Now Featured Articles

  • How To Carry Out Your First Ever Swap In A DEX | Wush

    How To Carry Out Your First Ever Swap In A DEX Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link By now, you must have heard of the terms “swap” and “DEX” in the crypto scene. Perhaps you are confused and even intimidated by all these terminologies, and what’s more is that there’s so much money flowing in and out of the market. As if trading alone wasn’t confusing enough right? Let’s just get to it as we help clear the air for you. What is DEX? DEX is short for Decentralized Exchange. DEXs are built on Smart Contracts. Each DEX has a series of contracts for different trading pools. Each of these pools is an Automated Market Maker. People looking to passively generate income from their tokens can become liquidity providers (LPs) at decentralized exchanges. This means they put their own tokens into the DEX contracts and let people trade between them. When someone makes a trade, the pool gets to keep a small percentage as a fee. What is a swap? A swap is just that, a swap. For example you like to swap a portion of your ethereum to USDT which you hold in your wallet. You will be using Uniswap where you are swapping it with the liquidity pool which has been set up by the liquidity providers. That’s it. A happy, private flea market So look at it this way: Traders can go to a flea market and swap whatever goods they want. As long as there is already a liquidity pool set up for the items they want to swap they will be able to do it with no involvement of any other person. The flea market is the DEX. The ultimate freedom is shopping for yourself. You get what you see. (Using similar analogy, a Centralized Exchange would be your mainstream supermarket franchise. It is run by a private company or your government and you pay with cash, including premiums or fees set by them.) How to carry out your first ever swap in a DEX So you ready to do some independent shopping at a flea market? Swap is the main function of a DEX, so let’s just focus on that. Google and search for a DEX. Popular, reputable ones today include Sushiswap and Uniswap. Connect your self-custody wallet [link to how to create a self-custody wallet article] to the DEX. Choose the cryptocurrency you want to swap for. Execute the swap. You are done! You now have your new cryptocurrency in your wallet. Yes, this is a general and straight-forward guide. There are many DEXs out there with their own interface and intricacies which may or may not make things easier for you. Go to Categories Jan 27, 2024 Feb 28, 2024 Wush Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Wush Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Start Now Featured Articles

  • Exploring The World Of DeFi Protocols: Your First Step Onto The New Planet Of Finance | Wush

    Exploring The World Of DeFi Protocols: Your First Step Onto The New Planet Of Finance Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link We've delved into the intricacies of Decentralized Finance (DeFi), exploring topics such as swapping [link] and establishing a self-custody wallet [link]. Now, let's demystify how DeFi operates. A brief recap: DeFi represents the technological landscape enabling individuals to exchange money without intermediaries. By merely connecting to the internet, people can engage in lending, trading, and borrowing, all verified on a public ledger. This functionality is made possible through DeFi protocols—a collection of codes defining the rules and standards for specific tasks within the DeFi sphere. Why is this significant? While the discussion may seem steeped in tech jargon, DeFi protocols hold a pivotal objective: to reshape the global financial landscape. Their transformative potential extends to approximately half of the world's population lacking access to a bank account, promising to revolutionize the way modern society buys, sells, and lends. Consider it akin to discovering a new planet in space and encountering intelligent alien lifeforms. Such an occurrence would shake the foundations of our historical beliefs. Advantages of DeFi Protocols What makes DeFi protocols fascinating is akin to intelligent aliens imparting knowledge to enhance our way of life: Highly Programmable: Smart contracts enable the creation of innovative applications. Changeability: Allows for easy modification of apps, data, and the blockchain network. Interoperability: Facilitates the construction of new features on existing protocols and seamless integration of third-party applications. Transparency: Every transaction or activity is broadcasted and verified by other users. Permissionless: Anyone worldwide can access DeFi, requiring only an internet connection and a wallet. Independent, Self-Custody: With a self-custody wallet, users retain full control over their money, crypto, and digital assets. Varieties of DeFi Protocols Here are some noteworthy examples: Aave: An open-source protocol enabling individuals to participate as suppliers or borrowers. Uniswap: A decentralized exchange facilitating the trading of digital assets. Curve: A protocol utilizing multiple cryptocurrencies to operate a market of stablecoins. Maker: Maker Vaults allow investors to add liquidity to the system. Ocean Protocol: An open-source protocol utilizing "datatokens" to control access to data, with users redeeming tokens for data access. Go to Categories Feb 2, 2024 Feb 28, 2024 Wush Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Wush Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Start Now Featured Articles

  • Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet | Wush

    Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Share post: X (Twitter) Facebook LinkedIn Copy link It’s now time to dive into MetaMask and take control of your digital treasures. Buckle up as we share our notes on Web3 wallet discipline. The Must Dos: 1. Guard Your Seed Phrase Vigilantly: Your seed phrase is the critical gateway to your wallet. Treat it like the most confidential code in your digital arsenal – never share it, not on Discord, not with your friends, not anywhere. It's the kind of secret that's meant to stay locked in your mind's vault, safe from the outside world. Don’t even take a screenshot of it, or save it in your phone’s notes. Write it on a piece of paper, laminate it and put it away in your safe or your sock drawer. 2. Stay Updated, Stay Safe: Keep your MetaMask in tip-top shape by ensuring it is always updated to the latest software version to benefit from security patches. Think of it like a software spa day – necessary and rejuvenating. 3. Double-Check Before You Click: Sending crypto? Pause and review. Mix up an address, and your crypto might take a one-way trip to Nowheresville. If it’s gone, it’s gone. 4. Private Wi-Fi is Your BFF: Public Wi-Fi is a no-go zone. Stick to secure, private connections to keep your digital goodies safe from Wi-Fi bandits. 5. Research Like a Pro: Jumping into new projects or NFTs? Do your homework first. A little research goes a long way in the wild world of Web3. DYOR! The Do Nots: 1. Loose Lips Sink Crypto Ships: Never, ever spill your seed phrase. It's like giving a hacker the keys to your crypto bank vault. 2. Watch Out for Phishers: Scammers are sneaky. Don't bite the bait – ignore those fishy emails and messages asking for your info. Social engineering is getting more and more sophisticated. If it’s too good to be true, check and check again. 3. Don't Rush Your Crypto Moves: Fast clicks can lead to big mistakes. Take a breath, take your time, and then transact. 4. Trust Your Devices Only: Using someone else's device for your MetaMask? Bad idea. Stick to your own tech for maximum security. 5. Backup or Bust: Regular backups are your safety net. Don't skip this step; it could save your digital bacon. Wrapping It Up: Managing your MetaMask wallet doesn't have to be painful. Keep these dos and don'ts in mind, and you'll be navigating Web3 waters like a pro. Stay savvy, stay secure, and most importantly, have fun on this crazy crypto adventure! Go to Categories Feb 14, 2024 Feb 28, 2024 Wush Start Now Feb 14, 2024 Wush Your MetaMask Cheat Sheet Start Now Dec 29, 2023 Wush Understanding Web3: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Start Now Featured Articles

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