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SafeMoon Lowdown (March 1st, 2023)

Updated: Mar 12


🎈SafeMoon Birthday Month: VIdeo Premiere | SafeMoon Gaming: Event 1 - Event 2 - Tomorrow | Blockchain Education: Crypto Terms | Food for Thought | SafeMoon Stats | SafeMoon Partners | Reminders

🎈SafeMoon Birthday Month

It's SafeMoon's birthday month, and SafeMoon has started off the month's celebrations with a Tweet and a premiere video scheduled to go live on the official SafeMoon YouTube channel at 8 pm UTC | 3 pm EST!

"Happy Birthday #SAFEMOONFAMILY! 🎂We have put together a #SAFEMOON Special to say 'hello again'! 👋 Keep an eye out for the premier on the 1st of March over at & set your alarms! 20:00 UTC #SAFEMOONBIRTHDAY #SAFEMOONBIRTHDAYMONTH #SAFEMOONMARCH"

Original Tweet

SafeMoon Gaming

The SafeMoon Gaming team released their March Gaming Event Calendar yesterday in a Tweet, and today they have two gaming events planned.

"Hey, #SafemoonArmy. The March SafeMoon Gaming Calendar has arrived! Each event is live-streamed on #Discord, so join us in a game or voice chat to get in on the fun. #SAFEMOON #SafemoonGaming" - @SFM_Games

Event 1 The first gaming event will be at 2 pm MTC, and the community will be playing Rocket League, an action-packed, physics-based video game that combines soccer and vehicular acrobatics.

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Event 2 The second gaming event will be at 5 pm MTC, and this time, the community is playing GTA V, an open-world action-adventure video game that follows the criminal underworld of Los Santos, a fictional city inspired by Los Angeles.

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Tomorrow's Event

At 3 pm MTC tomorrow, the SafeMoon Gaming community will be playing some more World of Warcraft. Join the guild, participate in some Raids, or have some PVP fun with the community!

To join in on any of these gaming events, head over to the SafeMoon Gaming Discord at the event's scheduled time.

March SafeMoon Gaming Event Calendar

Blockchain Education: Crypto Terms

New to crypto and confused about some of the terminology used amongst the crypto community? Here are 18 terms commonly used in crypto.

18 Common Crypto Terms

  1. Cryptocurrency - A digital currency that uses encryption techniques to regulate the generation of units and verify the transfer of funds.

  2. Token - A unit of value representing a digital asset, utility, or security on a blockchain network.

  3. Blockchain - A decentralized digital ledger that records transactions across a network of computers, providing security and transparency.

  4. Wallet - A digital tool that stores and manages private keys for accessing cryptocurrencies.

  5. Mining - The process of verifying transactions on a blockchain network and earning cryptocurrency rewards for doing so.

  6. Exchange - A platform that allows users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies.

  7. NFT - Non-fungible token, a type of digital asset that represents ownership of a unique item or piece of content, such as art, music, or videos, on a blockchain network. NFTs are unique and cannot be exchanged for other tokens on a one-to-one basis, unlike cryptocurrencies.

  8. Fork - A software update that creates a new version of a blockchain network, resulting in two separate blockchains.

  9. Mint - In the context of cryptocurrencies, it refers to the process of creating new units of a cryptocurrency, usually through mining or staking. New units of cryptocurrency are added to the circulating supply as a reward for miners or validators who contribute to the security and operation of the network.

  10. Altcoin - Any cryptocurrency other than Bitcoin.

  11. Smart contract - A self-executing contract with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller being directly written into lines of code.

  12. Private key - A private code that allows users to access their cryptocurrency wallets and transfer funds.

  13. Public key - A code that is publicly available and used to receive cryptocurrency funds.

  14. Cold storage - A method of storing cryptocurrencies offline for more security of assets.

  15. Gas - A term used on the Ethereum network that refers to the cost of executing a smart contract or transaction.

  16. Block - A collection of transactions that are confirmed and added to the blockchain.

  17. Node - A computer or device that is connected to a blockchain network and helps to maintain the integrity and security of the network by validating transactions and contributing to the consensus process.

  18. Consensus - In a blockchain network, the process of coming to an agreement on the state of the ledger among all the participants in the network is usually achieved through a consensus algorithm.

Food For Thought

"Believe you can and you're halfway there."

- Theodore Roosevelt

"It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop."

- Confucious

"Great leaders are willing to sacrifice short-term expediency for long-term achievement that benefits the many – and sometimes the greater good of society requires not only investment, but sacrifice, patience, and understanding."

- Bill Gates



SafeMoon Pulse Monthly Recap

Each month, the SafeMoon Pulse offers a comprehensive SafeMoon overview of the previous month, including any updates or changes you might have missed. The latest issue of the SafeMoon Pulse is now available, covering all the important information from the month of January 2023.

Let's recap the month of January! The video is below, or if you prefer reading, you can access the Pulse article here.


SafeMoon Wallet: How to Sell Crypto Guide


SafeMoon Orbital Shield

SafeMoon released a technical explanation of their patent-pending security product, SafeMoon Orbital Shield.

Need a slightly more simplified explanation?


PoA Article

What is PoA, and what are its advantages?

Learn more by clicking the image below.


Recent Captain's Logs

SafeMoon Exchange

SafeMoon CEO John Karony talks about SafeMoon's Centralized Exchange
(CEX) progress in the Captain's Log video below.

SafeMoon Blockchain

CEO John Karony gave a quick update on the SafeMoon blockchain explaining a bit about the chosen consensus mechanism and release expectations.

Token Monetization Innovation (TMI)

SafeMoon has released a new patent pending feature designed to improve the user experience on its DEX (Decentralized Exchange - SafeMoon SWaP), labeling the feature TMI (Token Monetization Innovation).

TMI aims to improve transparency and transaction predictability by charging the exchange fees upfront in the native token and using smart contracts to ensure transparency in token liquidity pairings. It also aims to expand the availability of web3 and enable additional community partnerships with meaningful projects.

TMI SafeMoon Newsletter Captain's Log.

pSFM Migration

Attention pSafeMoon holders ONLY.

The pSFM Migration Campaign is now LIVE!

Only use the official dApp link on the SafeMoon Website.⚠️

Have the tokens you want to use for migration in your wallet.

Don't transfer after the cutoff date/time

Have a small amount of ETH for gas fees

Tokens acquired in wallets after the cutoff date/time won't be eligible

The pSafeMoon process will remain live for a minimum of six months.
Migrate your pSafeMoon tokens to SafeMoon V2 tokens

The education team has also recently updated their pSafeMoon Guide to include an updates section so you can be aware of any issues relating to pSafeMoon. In addition, you'll find some FAQs to keep you all up to date.

Click the image to check it out


Tokenomics Supervisor

SafeMoon announced that with the recent SafeMoon SWaP updates came a new patent pending feature that solves the existing Defi inconsistent fee paradigm for tokens on multiple Decentralized Exchanges.
Press Release: [Businesswire]

They partnered with "Blockchain and AI expert Dr. Adel Elmessiry to help solve the inconsistency. Labeling the invention "Tokenomic Supervisor," they explain that it operates in 2 steps:
Token Registration
Token SWaP

To learn more, view the full article here.

Security Questions (Best Practice)

🎓You might have seen that SafeMoon Orbital Shield requires users to answer 2 security questions.

⚠️We highly encourage reading our Best Practice article to learn about a safer method for answering these security questions!


Slippage and Gas Articles

You may have heard of slippage and gas related to the transactions you make when trading your digital assets on the blockchain, but do you know what they are, where they come into play during a transaction, or even why they exist?

SafeMoon Education Manager Cats published two new educational articles for those interested in understanding more.

⬇️Click on the image of the subject you'd like to learn about first.⬇️
Learn about Slippage (Left) and Gas (Right)

Understanding SafeMoon Transactions Article

🎓Want to understand more about what happens when a SafeMoon SWaP transaction takes place? Here's an article that can help you understand the process a bit further.
Check it out by clicking the image below. 👇👇👇

SafeMoon Career Opportunities

"Are you someone who imagines new realities & wants to collaborate with others to bring that new reality into being, for the good of everyone? Or maybe you know someone who might be a good fit?"


SafeMoon Gaming

March Calendar

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