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SafeMoon Lowdown (November 15th, 2022)

Updated: Nov 16, 2022


SafeMoon Pulse Video | Scam Accounts | Ranking | Community Content | Food for Thought | Web3 and Semantic Web: What is Web 3.0? - The Future of the Internet | Blockchain News: Sam Bankman-Fried Loses Fortune - Oil Giant Shell Makes Move Into Bitcoin Mining Industry - OpenSea to Continue Enforcing Royalties - Charities and Crypto Donations | SafeMoon Stats | SafeMoon Partners | Reminders

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Scam Accounts

🚨 Twitter user Danny warned everyone that BlockBustersTech CTO Leet is being impersonated and this impersonator has the intent to steal funds! Never share your seed phrase/private key to anyone and be very cautious of connecting your wallet to unknown sites.

"#scam alert:

@LeetCoins is being impersonated and the scam account is sending reply tweets asking you to DM them.

Don't do this, they are after your private key ⚠️ Please be aware of this and report @LeetCoinsSup"


According to BSC Daily, SafeMoon has one of the highest social engagements of all projects on Binance Smart Chain! 🎉🎉🎉

BitMart Research listed SafeMoon as one of the top 10 trending coins in Vietnam for BitMart Exchange.

Community Content


SafeMoon Stacey

"Hey #SafeMoonArmy, check out this custom #SafeMoon #VR basketball court!

I have my slam dunk down but I think someone's going to have to

#CallJohn about my free throw, LOL!"

Metaverse Josh



"He evolved 🧬👀"



Food for Thought

"Life opens up opportunities to you. Don't be afraid to take a risk. One opportunity used wisely can change your life dramatically 😏 Make someone smile today and as always, #BeKind 💙"

- HollyGirl

"Someday are better then others. Just remember your never alone in the battle. Being strong is reaching out when you need help. Don’t think that shows weakness, it’s the opposite. ❤️🧘☯️💪"

- KingTurner

"Picture yourself in your minds eye as having already achieved this goal. See yourself doing the things you'll be doing when you've reached your goal."

- Earl Nightingale

Shared by Rob Schram

"Being happy is your own responsibility. Another human can not fulfill that for you."

- Wealth Director

"Growth is a process. You gain, you lose, you cry, you grow, you learn, you try, you fail but you keep trying. Time is the real luxury."

- Gary Goodridge

Web3 and Semantic Web

What is Web 3.0 (also known as Semantic Web)?

Web 3.0, which is also referred to as Web3, is built on a foundation consisting of the core ideas of decentralization, openness, and more excellent user utility. Web 1.0 is the "read-only Web," Web 2.0 is the "participative social Web," and Web 3.0 is the "read, write, execute Web." This Web interaction and utilization stage moves users away from centralized platforms like Facebook, Google, or Twitter and towards decentralized, nearly anonymous platforms. World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee initially called Web 3.0 the Semantic Web and envisioned an intelligent, autonomous, and open Internet that used Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to act as a "global brain" and process content conceptually and contextually.

Here’s a list of typical Web 3.0 characteristics:

• It's a semantic web, where the web technology evolves into a tool that lets users create, share, and connect content via search and analysis. It is based on comprehension of words instead of numbers and keywords.

• It incorporates Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. If these concepts are combined with Natural Language Processing (NLP), the result is a computer that uses Web 3.0 to become smarter and more responsive to user needs.

• It presents the connectivity of multiple devices and applications through the Internet of Things (IoT). Semantic metadata makes this process possible, allowing all available information to be effectively leveraged. In addition, people can connect to the Internet anytime, anywhere, without needing a computer or smart device.

• It offers users the freedom to interact publicly or privately without having an intermediary expose them to risks, therefore offering people “trustless” data.

• It uses 3-D graphics. In fact, we already see this in computer games, virtual tours, and e-commerce. • It facilitates participation without needing authorization from a governing body. It’s permissionless.

It can be used for:

• Metaverses: A 3D-rendered, boundless, virtual world

• Blockchain games: They allow users to have actual ownership of in-game resources, following the principles of NFTs

• Privacy and digital infrastructure: This use includes zero-knowledge proofs and more secure personal information

• Decentralized finance. This use includes payment Blockchains, peer-to-peer digital financial transactions, smart contracts, and cryptocurrency

• Decentralized autonomous organizations. Community members own online communities

[Source: SimpliLearn]

The Future of the Internet

If you look at the history of the internet, it has always been about connecting people. In the early days, it was about connecting computers so that people could communicate with each other. Then, as the web developed, it became about connecting people to information.

Now, with Web3, the focus is shifting back to connecting people with each other. However, this time around there is a twist. Web3 is not just about connecting people but also about connecting data.

The semantic web is a key part of this because it allows data to be better organized and more easily understood by machines. This will enable a new level of interaction between humans and machines that we have never seen before.

In the future, the internet will be much more than just a way to look up information or communicate with friends. It will be a living, breathing entity that is constantly learning and evolving.

In addition to the Semantic Web, another key concept that will shape the future of the internet is sovereignty. This is the idea that individuals have the right to self-governance.

This concept is particularly relevant in today’s world because of the increasing concern over data privacy and security. With Web3, individuals will have more control over their personal data than ever before.

They will be able to choose what information they share and with whom they share it. This will create a more private and secure internet, one that is better suited to the needs of individuals.

Sovereignty is much more than just data privacy and security. It is about giving individuals the power to control their own destinies. In the future, we will see a shift from centralized systems to decentralized ones. This means that instead of a few large companies controlling the internet, it will be controlled by many different individuals and organizations.

This will create a more democratic internet that is better able to meet the needs of its users in a way that is much more profound than what today’s Big Tech is able to provide. It is not merely about meeting the demand for certain products or services, but about empowering individuals to create their own solutions.

[Source: VentureBeat]

Blockchain News

Crypto tycoon Sam Bankman-Fried lost 94% of his fortune overnight

"FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, who was worth $16 billion earlier this week, saw his fortune gutted by 94% to $1 billion on Tuesday. It marks the biggest wealth collapse a billionaire has ever taken in a single day, per Bloomberg.

On Tuesday, the 30-year-old CEO announced that his crypto exchange FTX is being sold to rival firm Binance in order to relieve a severe liquidity crunch. Bankman-Fried's 53% stake in FTX was worth $6.2 billion, while another $7.4 billion of his fortune came from his crypto trading house, Alameda Research, Bloomberg reported.

With Binance's acquisition of FTX, Bloomberg's wealth index now values both FTX and Alameda at $1 each, wiping out the perceived worth of Bankman-Fried's biggest holdings." [Source: MSN]

Oil Giant Shell Makes Move Into Bitcoin Mining Industry

"One of the largest oil and gas companies in the world, Shell, aims to offer its lubricant and cooling solutions to Bitcoin (BTC) miners. The giant will sponsor the 2023 and 2024 Bitcoin Conferences, as it signed a two-year partnership with Bitcoin Magazine, the event's organizer.

As per the announcement, the conferences will be attended by Shell representatives who are set to speak on the mining stage about improving the energy costs of bitcoin mining with Shell’s lubricant and cooling solutions.

Darin Gonzalez, US immersion cooling lead at Shell Lubricants, said that this company aims to provide carbon reduction alternatives to its customers, adding that “one of the most important benefits of immersion cooling fluid is sustainability and renewable energy.” David Bailey, CEO of Bitcoin Magazine, was quoted as saying that an energy giant like Shell entering the mining space is 'a big win for Bitcoin.'” [Source: CryptoNews]

OpenSea to Continue Enforcing Royalties for All NFT Collections

OpenSea claims that in about a month, average fees received by the top 20 NFT collections decreased from 77% to 56%.

OpenSea, a New York-based online non-fungible token (NFTs) marketplace, is sticking with creators and promised to continue enforcing royalties to all NFT collections.

According to a detailed fifteen-tweet Twitter thread shared on November 9th, the company promised to ensure durable creator royalties, noting that since October 12th, the average percentage of fees that top NFT collections received dropped to 56%. [Source: BitDegree]

Charities Risk Losing a Generation of Donors if They Don’t Accept Crypto

Charities accepting crypto donations are setting themselves up for an entirely new demographic of funders — who just so happen to be one of the most giving, according to charity organizations.

Alex Wilson, the co-founder of The Giving Block — a crypto donation platform providing back-end support to charities — told Cointelegraph that the crypto community is still a market many charity organizations have not interacted with.

The top charity organizations in the world by funds received including United Way Worldwide, Feeding America, and UNICEF. All three of them accept cryptocurrencies as a means of donation.

The Giving Block co-founder said the crypto community has been great with the “philanthropic use” of cryptocurrency, and those crypto donors are also some of the “most generous” — with the average gift being over $10,000. [Source: Cointelegraph]

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Rare FND

RareFND had their first crowdfunding campaign raising funds to repair an existing borehole and build a new one that will provide the Bulamagi Village in Africa access to clean water. They shared three weekly updates.


"Week 1 Update from the first Charity Crowdfunding campaign funded by RareFND. Water Project Africa, part of the Okoa Hero’s Child Ministries charity, raised funds for Clean Water for Bulamagi Village." - RareFND


"Week 2 update from the first Charity Crowdfunding campaign funded by RareFND! The funds were used to repair and renovate the only borehole in Bulamagi village. A BIG Thank You to all those who donated using RareFND! Here is a video from the second week!" - RareFND