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SafeMoon Lowdown (December 27th, 2022)

Updated: Dec 30, 2022

Happy Holidays, everyone! 🥳🎆We'll be back with the full Lowdown the day after New Year's Day! In the meantime, please check out some of our newest updates.

See you soon!


Table of Contents:

SafeMoon Orbital Shield

SafeMoon Newsletter

SafeMoon Pulse: November Recap

Web3 Security Opportunities and the Lessons We Must Learn From Web2

SafeMoon Orbital Shield

SafeMoon announced that SOS has been officially launched!

"The best way to spread holiday cheer is to sing loud for all to hear!🎄


This isn’t just any update for #SAFEMOONWALLET. This is a re-invention of #cryptowallet security!🚨

Security to all, & to all a good night."

Original Tweet

Read more about the pSafeMoon migration here.

SafeMoon Newsletter

SafeMoon also implemented their new newsletter! Check out the announcement below. Newly subscribed members got a sneak peek of the Captain's Log before the general community! 👀

"Happy holidays #SAFEMOONFAMILY! 🎄

We are excited to announce the launch of the #SAFEMOONNEWSLETTER! 📰

This will become your path to updates, Captain's Logs, exclusive behind-the-scenes content & more from #SAFEMOON! 🥳

Subscribe to Excitement:"

Original Tweet

SafeMoon Pulse: November Recap

SafeMoon's monthly Pulse article and video are live!

Web3 Security Opportunities and the Lessons We Must Learn From Web2

Even though much of the initial hype around the crypto economy hinged on its use of blockchain technology, more and more people in the last couple of years (especially following the decentralized finance boom of 2020) have begun to realize that the ongoing Web3 revolution is much broader than its underlying technology.

To put it another way, Web3 represents an entirely new paradigm for the world wide web (Web2) — one that is rooted not only in the ethos of decentralization and shared ownership of data, but transparency.

However, like any other technology, Web3 also has its share of problems. As this sector has grown over the last few years, so has the entry of bad actors and hackers. Since these individuals are financially incentivized to carry out their nefarious schemes, it is possible for them to illegally acquire millions of dollars via a single exploit, which is entirely unheard of in the world of traditional Web2 systems.

To elaborate, even though there are several well-established security/privacy systems in the Web3 market today (such as OpenZeppelin’s secure contract library, Immunefi’s bug bounty, Peckshield’s scam token, and phishing site protection), it continues to face a growing number of hacks, seemingly every month. For example, earlier in October, Binance’s BSC Token Hub bridge was drained of more than $500 million after hackers were able to forge artificial withdrawal proofs. Similarly, Axie Infinity’s Ronin bridge was hacked earlier this year for $650M.

How come Web3 become more secure? You can learn more by reading the full Venture Beat article here!

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Please be advised this is meant to be used for informational and educational purposes only. All information should be used as such and not be treated as financial advice. Before making any financial decisions, it is important to complete your own due diligence. Thank you!
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