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CEO John Karony Tweeted,
"I believe the ever evolving #SAFEMOONWALLET is the easiest #crypto / #defi wallet to use.
With #SAFEMOON #ORBITALSHIELD it will get a whole of a lot easier.
Data breaches are scary, but so is losing your passphrase.
SafeMoon holder CorpyNo5 added, "With all the add ons to come it will be the most efficient and clever wallet going 😉🔥🔥" John replied, "There are more things we are currently planning for the wallet. But, right things in the right order."
Important Qualities in Crypto
SafeMoon holder Danology shared,
"'Utility' is one of those overused words in #Crypto. So many more things other than utility contribute to a projects success."
"Security (safety), quality and accessibility."
"To me, these three things are so much more important! #SAFEMOON's core values will set the standard!"
SafeMoon Sanctuary, a Space hosted by SafeMoon moderators, announced:
"Hey #SAFEMOONARMY we are going to have to cancel the show today. Life can sometimes be challenging for us and we need to stand out that. We hope every one has great weekend. Stay safe!"
Please look forward to their Space next week! 💕
New Type of Scam
🚨NEW TYPE OF SCAMS HAPPENING🚨
(A thread by Ricardo "Gordon")
"There's a new type of scam going around, that is connected with some recent users saying they got their funds stolen.
Here's a thread a new way of scams🧵👇
The attacker starts to airdrop 0.01 or 0.001 $USDT to your wallet. Why? Because your wallet was most likely involved in high-value transactions and trade volume. And this is probably the reason why you got targeted in the first place.
⚠️⚠️⚠️ The biggest problem is that, 🚨the attacker somehow uses an address where the last few digits are VERY similar to the last digits of the user’s address.🚨⚠️⚠️⚠️
And the idea behind this, is so the users mistakenly send their funds to the attackers address, by copying the wrong address, which is something that happens frequently since almost everyone just checks the last digits of an address.
Here's an example: 16 days ago, I did a transfer to another wallet of roughly 1,130 $USDT
A few days after that transaction, (5 days ago), I just received a transaction of 0,01 $USDT. I find it odd, but didn't pay much attention:
Now after further investigation, I could identify that: The last 7 digits of the attacker's address are exactly like mine. Attacker's address: 0x834...3d1bbf2 My address: 0x93c...3d1bbf2
So has I said, the attackers intention is to make the user mistakenly send his funds to him. So, ALWAYS DOUBLE AND TRILE CHECK EVERYTHING AND EVERY ADDRESS.
Here are a few tips for correctly copying your address:
Never copy any address, from bscscan while you're looking into transactions. You might incorrectly copy the wrong address.
On Metamask, copy your address in the, let's call it, "home page", by just clicking in your Account name/address. Here's the screenshot for PC and Mobile:
So it's never enough to say: DOUBLE AND TRIPLE CHECK EVERYTHING!"
Images & Videos
"I need you to smile 😊#SAFEMOONARMY
😊😊😊😊🤣🤣🤣🕺🏾🕺🏾🕺🏾 That #SAFEMOON Energy!"
"Why am I excited for the #SafeMoonCard? Simple, each transaction benefits the ecosystem in different ways. Each purchase helps the reflections, burn, LP, and to @safemoon.
Why does that matter? Think how @MasterCard, @Visa, and Amex make their money. Every transaction will generate revenue for the company and benefits the hodlers with reflections. Now this will take time to see a noticeable effect on price but as #Safemoon keeps dropping products it will only increase the growth rate to make it more lucrative to spend our SFM.
In the mean time, those of us who have rewards to spend can use the #SafeMoon card to directly buy things in real life for bills, groceries, or entertainment! This is why I am a patient Wizard. The ecosystem is being built right before our eyes." - SafeMoon Wizard
"The most valuable thing in life is time. What would you give to have just a little more? More with the ones you love, more with the things you love, or just more time for your self. Thank you for your time @DonBaileySpeaks @CptHodl and team."
Food for Thought
"Character is revealed when pressure is applied. Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character. Pay attention.👀"
"Take risks. Don't be afraid of failures, learn from them."
"Life happens. Plans change. Expectations shift. Find the strength to course correct as needed. Adapt and overcome."
"Don’t settle for a version of yourself you don’t like."
"Giving feedback is not about expressing yourself. It's about helping your audience learn. Striving for brutal honesty runs the risk of just being brutal. Aiming to support growth is more likely to convey tough love. Constructive criticism doesn't just educate—it motivates too."
The Spatial Web
The once-crisp line between our digital and physical worlds has already begun to blur. Today, we hear of surgeons experimenting with holographic anatomic models during surgical procedures.1 Manufacturing, maintenance, and warehouse workers are measuring significant efficiency gains through the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) and augmented reality.2 Cities are creating entire 3D digital twins of themselves, helping to improve decision-making and scenario-planning.3 Still, there’s a sense that we’re not “there” yet.
To learn more, check out this article written by Deloitte Insights!
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]
US Government Bitcoin Seizure
"The U.S. Department of Justice seized over 50,000 $BTC tied to the infamous digital Silk Road 😮With this seizure, the U.S. Govt. now owns over 214,046 BTC 👀 BTW, its more than what @MicroStrategy currently holds i.e. 130,000 BTC 🤐 Is the U.S. Govt. also #HODLing? 🤭" - Mandala Exchange
"I feel like this is just a burn wallet with extra steps."
How Many People Own Bitcoin? (2022)
• Around 85 million people as of November 2022 created unique Bitcoin wallets on Blockchain.com, a site that makes buying Bitcoin possible.
• Cryptocurrency creator Satoshi Nakamoto is thought to own 1 million bitcoins, worth $40 billion to $60 billion U.S. dollars.
• There are more than 250,000 confirmed transactions of Bitcoin daily.
• Research from July 2021 shows that 89% of American adults have heard of Bitcoin.
• About 1 billion people around the world use cryptocurrencies in 2022.
• About 46 million Americans (roughly 22% of the adult population) own a share of Bitcoin.
• By 2025, financial analysts say, the global blockchain market will grow by $39.17 billion US dollars.
• 29% of all millennial American parents own cryptocurrency.
• 51% of Americans in May 2021 had bought cryptocurrency for the first time within the last 12 months.
• 24% of Americans said they don’t understand how cryptocurrency works, let alone a Bitcoin wallet.
How Many People Own Bitcoin?
The tremendously successful digital currency Bitcoin continues to grow in popularity. As of November 2022, around 85 million people had created unique Bitcoin wallets on Blockchain.com, which makes purchasing Bitcoin possible. That’s roughly 6 million users more than a year earlier and about 42 million users more than in 2019 (a 102% increase). Coinbase, another platform for access to Bitcoin, has more than 108 million users. Together, this amounts to over 190 million Bitcoin wallets.
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