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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Metamask-Chrome Faceoff on: July 13, 2022, 04:48:51 AM
I realized cannot connect my Chrome browser to metamask. I can log into metamask, do stuff like add tokens. But when I'm on Chrome and I click a link that is supposed to call up the metamask,(for example, like clicking the Connect button on Pancakeswap) nothing happens. The screen just stares at me. I have cleared metamask and Chrome cache. Still nothing. I'm at my wit's end. The Metamask works perfect with other browsers like Firefox and Edge, but not with Chrome, no way
Anyone with a solution? Would appreciate it
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / EvoBridge/ValleySwap ish on: June 14, 2022, 10:27:21 PM
This particular nursery rhyme has been ringing in my head for days now, precisely 3 days. EvoBridge which is a common multichain swap has been illiquid for quite some time. Swaps don't work, especially from Emerald Oasis paratime to other blockchains like BSC, Ethereum wouldn't get stuck for days, of which the team eventually added a cancel button on the UI. My 8k USDT is stuck on Oasis chain which I framed in ValleySwap(who have been fingered in the accusations)
The puzzling aspect is there is silence from the team. Both Valleyswap and EvoBridge has muted their groups for days, and of course, speculations of a slow or soft rug swirling. All backed with evidence of movement of funds out of EvoBridge wallets
What do you guys think? Soft rug or hiccup
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Whats going on in Binance Smart Chain? on: May 28, 2021, 03:26:34 PM
 First it was pancakeswap, venus, bunnyswap, now it is burgerswap and juld. What's going on?I know blockchains are vulnerable and all. But I noticed that the Binnace Smart Chain has been under severe attacks recently. Is it because of low number of validators leading faster transactions or what?
4  Economy / Speculation / Is it bearish season yet? on: March 06, 2021, 10:45:57 PM
Hello guys, the cryptocurrency world have witnessed an rise in fortune in the last one month or so, turning a market cap of 2 trillion USD. Now suddenly we are witnessing red candles. What's going on? Is it a massive correction or are the dreaded bears coming upon us?
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / The Coinmarketcap Makeover on: December 29, 2020, 11:13:13 AM
Coinmarketcap is the site that hosts the price for listed Cryptocurrency coins and tokens. Other sites like coingecko and coinpaprika are available. Coinmarketcap was recently acquired by Binance and has undergone several under the hood upgrades. The most recent one which involves a change in the font and information display is the most apparent one. It hides some unnecessary information which can be accessed too
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / The DeFi Red Flags on: December 11, 2020, 02:11:33 PM
ICO is stone dead(RIP) and IEOs are on its death throes. Now its Decentralized Finance season and everyone and his pet cat are launching projects, and slapping DeFi on it. I would be attempting to point out the points to look out for in scammy DeFi projects.

1. Fake/Non-existent team
It is an increasingly common trend for scammers to invent fake founders and biographies for their projects, and stick it o their websites. Some don't bother at all. Having said this, some legit DeFi projects have anonymous team members. This point shouldn't be a deal breaker though.

2. No or almost no social media presence: These projects can go days or weeks without any posts or tweets. That's simply because there is absolutely nothing to report. They are simply waiting to snap up your cash

3. Poor Grammar
One of the hallmarks of a scammy project is a hastily concocted whitepaper. Even with the Google Translate, the website, whitepaper and blogs are bloated with poor or elementary English.

4. Poor and/or plagiarised whitepaper
This one is a no-brainer. From copied whitepaper content, blog news these guys copy content from successful projects and gleefully slam it on their whitepaper. Many times they are successful with this ruse.

5. Audits
I have made it a point of duty to always check if any DeFi project I associate with has an audit with a reputable and well-known firm. Audits simply mean if there actually is a real project and whether such tokens exist.

Final Thoughts
Never take my word as gospel. Some DeFi can still exit scam or rug pull even after fulfilling these conditions. Remember: ALWAYS DYOR
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What is happening to DeFi? on: December 07, 2020, 09:31:44 AM
Everyone and his dog probably know how unregulated the crypto world is. The term Wild Wild West can aptly describe this sphere. Wild profits at really high risks, and of course, dishonesty from some bad actors. These bad actors perpetrate exit scams, right pulls, identity phishing(I have been a victim of this in a bounty campaign, unfortunately) etc.
Now in this neophytic subset of crypto, Decentralized Finance, with the ticker DeFi, these actors have basically taken over. DeFi is an interesting upgrade of Finance and is looking to take over Centralized Finance, but with the insecurity features, this is going to be a pipe dream. I hope crypto in general  and DeFi specifically change its act, and gets rid of these unwanted baggages. I still love crypto though
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Yusra: What do you think? on: November 08, 2020, 11:20:56 AM
Yusra is a new project that is starting to take the crypto world's attention.Yusra Marketplace
 is a platform where goods and services find their targets, within an enabling environment. It is made up of the Yusra Payment solution , Dobro 2.0, Yusra Exchange and Yusra Marketplace. The market capitalization is 70 million, with a circulating supply of just 17 million and current price of nearly $4. Backing all this is a community of more than 9 thousand fans

9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Cryptocurrency: US Election 2020 on: October 14, 2020, 02:29:49 PM
 In about 3 weeks time, the world would stand still for the election of arguably the greatest Contemporary nation on earth, the United States. Contestant Joe Biden and incumbent Donald Trump, representing the Democratic and Republican crowds respectively, would lock horns.
 This election has some serious technological and financial implications all over the world. Predictions have been rife with many thinking the dollar would tank hours just before the elections and jump if Biden wins. My focus is on assets like bitcoin and other crypto. Methinks bitcoin would take a moon hike as uncertain investors jump on assets not tied to any government influence(mostly, though we know there is some government effects).According to  Nigel Green,  CEO one of the world’s leading independent financial advisory organisations DeVere,  U.S. election will boost the price of bitcoin. “Bitcoin is already one of the best-performing assets of the year, up around 70% year-to-date,” And “We can expect the world’s largest cryptocurrency to be further fuelled for the rest of 2020 by the U.S. presidential election and the weakness of the U.S. dollar, which will serve as high-octane price drivers.”
I may be wrong but I want to know your views. What do you think?
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