Are you looking to earn crypto without spending money to get some?
If yes, then you are in the perfect place.
In this article, we will explore Bitcoin faucets, one of the oldest and easiest ways to earn BTC for free.
After you learn what it is, we will discuss how to pick a great one, as well as provide you with a list in which we have collected the best Bitcoin faucets to get some free satoshi in 2021.
Let’s dive in!
A Bitcoin faucet is a website or an application that gives away small amounts of BTC in…
Recently, there have been questions about the token release schedules, lock-up periods and total circulating supply of ASK coins. In a community built on trust, there is no room for confusion. As such, we want to offer our community detailed information regarding our current and projected circulating supply.
The total uninflatable supply of ASK tokens is 100 billion. Of this total, 40% of tokens is allocated to users, 25% is earmarked for Purchasers and Supporters, 20% is set aside for developer incentives and advisors, and 15% is allocated to the team. …
When Bitcoin launched as the first implementation of the blockchain in 2009, distributed ledger technology (DLT) disrupted multiple industries.
From finance and banking to supply chain management and healthcare, organizations have been leveraging blockchain technology’s benefits to innovate, create more efficient services, as well as provide viable solutions to long-known issues.
That said, if you hear the phrase “blockchain,” probably the first thing that comes to your mind is a highly decentralized, open, community-governed DLT network like Ethereum or Bitcoin.
However, in addition to public blockchains, there is another form of the technology called private blockchains tailored for enterprise usage.
Permission marketing is the marketing strategy starchild of the early 2000s, and for good reason. Grounding marketing in respect and user privacy has repeatedly proven its value, and some of the common practices of permission marketing are so widespread today (e.g. email opt-ins and lead magnets), that it’s hard to imagine a world without them.
But even when something starts in the zeitgeist and settles into industry practice, it’s easy to overlook the fundamentals that make it great. …
Bitcoin, the world’s oldest and largest decentralized cryptocurrency by market cap, utilizes the very first implementation of blockchain technology.
Along with most cryptocurrencies on the market, BTC features a permissionless blockchain network. Anyone with a working internet connection and a compatible device can access and maintain without restrictions.
In this way, BTC’s blockchain is different from permissioned blockchains, which are used mainly by businesses, governments, financial institutions, and consortiums.
Permissioned blockchains are distributed ledger technology (DLT) that sacrifice some degree of decentralization and anonymity to better suit business needs as well as achieve higher network speed and efficiency.
Permission is proud to announce that it is a founding member of the Data Privacy Protocol Alliance (DPPA) alongside BIGtoken, CasperLabs, Own Your Data Foundation, SQream, First Rate, Tapmydata, and more.
The DPPA is a group of organizations that have banded together to build a new decentralized data ecosystem that puts consumers in control of their data and competes against the entrenched data monopolies.
Ownership of our personal data will be a fundamental cornerstone of a future where data is owned by the individual and data monetization is possible. …
Mismatches between advertisements and the people receiving them have been the bane of existence for both advertisers and consumers since — well, advertising became commonplace. And even the best-matched advertisements can fall flat due to poor timing, bad execution, ad fatigue, and numerous other reasons.
Fixing interruptive, ineffective ads once and for all while protecting user data privacy is what we’re doing right now, but in the meantime, where does third party data fit into the ad ecosystem? Third party data is both an attempt to solve personalization issues and also a creator of them.
But, before we go too…
If you work with Facebook advertising or mobile apps in any capacity, chances are you’ve been sent a litany of updates about the infamous iOS 14.5 update. The marketing and advertising world is panicking, and it’s hard to argue that they’re overreacting.
The changes iOS 14.5 will make to the ad ecosystem and IDFA tracking is significant. They will hamstring conversion tracking, especially while everyone adjusts, and set the stage for even more restrictions on digital advertising moving forward.
We’re going to give you a brief overview of what IDFA is and how it’s been used in the past, and…
Similar to a bank account in the traditional finance industry, a crypto wallet is a crucial element of your journey into the exciting world of cryptocurrencies.
In fact, a cryptocurrency wallet is probably the first thing you will create when getting started with digital assets.
In this article, we will explain what crypto wallets are, how they work, and describe their main types. We’ll also guide you through the basics of creating your first cryptocurrency wallet.
Let’s dive in!
A crypto wallet is a tool — a software program that is sometimes accompanied by a hardware device — that allows…
There has been quite some hype around DeFi in the crypto space.
And it’s no surprise.
While the total value locked in decentralized finance applications was standing at $671.3 million on January 1, 2020, the industry has grown to a $14.3 billion market by December 31. This represents a yearly surge of over 2,000%, which is over six times greater than Bitcoin’s 306% growth last year.
Since then, the decentralized finance market has continued its ambitious expansion, with users pouring $39.79 billion into DeFi apps by February 10, 2021.
But what is DeFi, how does it work, what benefits does…