Guarda wallet is really great & secure. Supports a wide range of blockchains & tokens and has virtually every relevant crypto feature inbuilt — exchange, buy, stake, WalletConnect, AML check, ENS & FIO Protocol support etc It's UI is the best around. +1 for Guarda too
There's one hot/software wallet to rule them all: Guarda wallet :) [https://guarda.com/](https://guarda.com/?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CryptoCurrency-comment-ji) Non-custodial. AES-256 encrypted keys. Multicurrency. Multi-signature wallets (BTC & ETH). Human-Readable Addresses (ENS, FIO, Unstoppable Domains). In-app Exchange/Swap. Buy Section. AML Checks. WalletConnect. Watch-Only wallets. Supports connection of Ledger hardware wallet (*your recovery phrase is NOT asked for nor required).... Best interface of any crypto wallet in existence
Well, I'm staking NOW and ONT in Guarda wallet for 25% and about 30% APY respectively... then FIO in Edge wallet for 40% APY. Both native staking, and keys are mine. [https://guarda.com/staking/](https://guarda.com/staking/?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CryptoCurrency-comment-ji) , https://medium.com/fio-blog/fio-staking-now-live-on-mainnet-fe3f7919be2a
Well, stake natively within your wallet you own the private keys and/or seed phrase. Sure, not all coins are of the PoS variant, but there's a lot of good options (bad news, no stables). Like me, I stake $NOW and $ONT in my wallet (Guarda) for 25% and 30% APY respectively over one year now and I've gotten good returns on them. FIO Protocol also launched staking on mainnet and the APY is currently 40%. You can check out the list of supported coins for staking on Guarda wallet here in this page: [https://guarda.com/staking/](https://guarda.com/staking/?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CryptoCurrency-comment-ji), and find relevant information there too (rewards calculator, APY, detailed info on staking etc)
FIO Protocol ($FIO). $FIO is a coin. allows you to create a crypto handle/username for yourself which you can use to receive absolutely ANY coin or token, new or old. All you just have to do is: link your respective addresses to your crypto handle, and that's it. If it is supported in your friend's wallet, they can simply type your handle and send any asset to you without need to share your wallet address or fear of giving the wrong address. It's basically free/cheap and better than ENS (just that ENS is popular). The handle does not expire
I just stake my assets on Guarda Wallet, with on-chain APYs. I've found it to have the highest for some assets eg. Now Token (25% APY), ONT (30% APY) and various others ([https://guarda.com/staking](https://guarda.com/staking/?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CryptoCurrency-comment-ji)). I primarily stake these two securely. However, you can also take advantage of the latest FIO staking on Anchor wallet (45% APY)
tldr; Bitcoin.com has integrated the Foundation for Interwallet Operability’s (FIO) FIO Protocol into its wallet. Users will now be able to send any type of cryptocurrency to a FIO Crypto Handle via the Bitcoin.com wallet. The protocol is an open-source, decentralized usability layer solution that works across all blockchains and uses human-readable Crypto Handles. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
I figured I'd drop you a comment to maybe help you improve the quality of the data. My personal experience is in the EOSIO ecosystem after about 4 years as a developer ([my team](https://github.com/greymass)). Using EOS as your benchmark of 0% isn't an indicator that your data is correct - but more of an indicator that the data itself is actually not complete and not representative of any of these projects potentially. First up, you need to use more than just the master branch, which is appears is what you're doing. Developers use repositories in different ways (unfortunately) and this makes it hard to benchmark. You said there was 0% retention of developers and no activity, and as an example of how that number is inaccurate I'd point you to [heifner's profile](https://github.com/heifner) on github. You can see within the last few days he's both created code, issues, and been managing pull requests. Scroll back to 2019 and you'll find him contributing to the core codebase. If you continue to look through the top [contributors on the eosio/eos](https://github.com/EOSIO/eos/graphs/contributors) repo you'll continue to find more of the top developers are actually active and developing on the project. Secondly, for a project you need to also include more than a single github fork. I know you said you focused on block production - but that doesn't tell the whole story. Many projects are split up into multiple forks even for just "block production". Again using EOSIO as an example, I'd point you to the [mandel release](https://github.com/eosnetworkfoundation/mandel), which you can see is actively being updated and has a release candidate in the last week. If you reference the core developers of the EOSIO/EOS repository against this new repository, you'll find developers who have been working on the same project for years just operating in a different repository. Notably you'll find [tbfleming](https://github.com/tbfleming) and [swatanabe](https://github.com/swatanabe). The retention rate of these developers has been constant and the knowledge they have after years of working on the project is still within the ecosystem and contributing. Lastly there's the issue of multiple differently named repositories that make up the core codebase of a project. It looks like you're just doing one repository for each project, but in the instance of EOSIO you'd have to look across multiple. The platform code, contracts, SDKs, and other various repositories all combine together to create the overall picture - with those being in different github repos. The more decentralized the development of a project is, the harder it's going to be for you to track accurately. A project like EOSIO isn't developed by one team and it powers more than one network (EOS, Telos, WAX, Proton, FIO, Ultra, etc etc etc). They all run their own variants of the core codebase and many of the developers in the space work on all of them (like myself). I'd really like to see it painted in an accurate way but it's incredibly hard to do so. The only way I can see you painting an accurate picture is if you somehow use topics/tags from Github and scan ALL the repositories involved in a project - but that'd require all the projects to be tagged properly. I'll close by saying I'm not here to sell you on anything, but more to address the misinformation you're creating by not looking at the whole picture. Over the years I've seen a lot of people try to use Github metrics as an accurate picture of a projects health, and more often than not the picture it paints is inaccurate and misleading (you know, like most things in crypto). Good luck - and I really do hope you succeed at shedding some light on where development is happening!
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Don't feel safe when sending crypto? Just get yourself a Human-readable address (there's FIO Protocol, ENS, Unstoppable Domains). For UX/UI, well, each man will have to find what works for them... for me, Guarda Wallet's interface is great!
tldr; Alty has recently migrated from Ethereum to the Algorand blockchain, which enables in-chat transactions and micro-payments to be instant and practically feeless. Using the Alty Chatbot, users are able to command real time market prices for digital assets, receive up to date news feeds and information regarding these markets and send tips to other users in group-chat environments. Alty has also partnered with FIO to allow blockchain based wallet nicknames to replace public addresses. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
>Alty made it possible to transact on the Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains using automation to connect your digital wallet to your phone number. With increasing numbers of microtransactions per day between community members, it became evident that a more scalable solution was necessary to reduce friction to as close to zero as possible. Interoperability is key to the future of this industry and Alty has also partnered with FIO to **allow blockchain based wallet nicknames to replace public addresses to simplify accessibility to these new age Fintech products and bring cryptocurrencies to the masses.**
100$ - 200$ is too low of an amount for all coins mentioned in this thread in my opinion. With such small amount I’d preferably go for higher risk higher reward coins, choose one. CKB, IDEX, FIO, TRU. Not financial advice ^_^
The FIO wallet is doing something similar. You can get short names like wallet.crypto. Unstoppable Domains are doing the same sort of thing, but for web addresses. I haven't looked into it for a while, but I think you can link the wallet name to the web address, so wallet.crypto would take people to your site, and let them send you crypto. It looks like a good idea, but I haven't seen much sign of it catching on yet.
First of all, why flair as comedy? Second, coins with good fundamentals are not really shitcoins. Third, low or high entry point. Doesn't matter. What matters is your returns. That aside, I think you should have a look at ONE. Not anywhere near it's full potential. Also FIO protocol
I have high hopes for FIO protocol (NFA). The thing I love the most is those super practical human-readable addresses that give us peace of mind when sending/receiving crypto. I use Guarda wallet and you can store your FIO there and get your own FIO protocol handle. This address can work across multiple blockchain networks. Check this out for more [info](https://guarda.com/coins/fio-wallet/?utm_source=Reddit+&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=FIO-GuardaWallet-CuriousResearcher)
It's [Guarda Wallet](https://guarda.com/?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CryptoCurrency-comment-ji) for me. Non-custodial, Multiplatform compatible (Mobile, Web, Desktop), Staking, Buy, Exchange, Loan, Human-readable addresses support (FIO Protocol, ENS, Unstoppable Domains) etc
I don't wanna shill the token or anything, but the "give it a name instead of a huge code" reminds me of FIO. The token promises basically that - give each wallet an email-like address to make sending and receiving easier. The token has sunk like anything else, and setting up isn't that easy either, but at least someone is trying.
There are some projects who have good way to make this a little easier $NEAR: You can have a wallet with yourname.near This makes it easier to see if the name is correct. I have one wallet, works perfectly. $FIO. https://fioprotocol.io/. They do the same, so you get a name for all your wallets. But I can't tell you, if that is good working or not. I don't wanna be the first to try out, but it's an interesting idea /project for sure, I will watch it, how it develops over the years But please do your own research before trying this....
What is the advantage of FIO vs. alternatives? (.crypto, .zil, etc for the 'one address' part; REQ and probably others I'm forgetting for the request part; lots of projects for the metadata part). Is it just the all-in-one aspect?
Why the heck is FIO not getting more traction? Riddle me that batman! This protocol is so freakin useful yet it sits #482 overall. Does anyone else seeing FIO as needed in the future or am I investing 10% of my bag into the wrong moon?
That's why they are good buys right now. CHZ is a sports token that will tokenize voting for certain things for your favorite sport team. Just put an office in New York and 50 mil market campaign for US. FIO is a protocol that changes the complex wallet address to easy-to-remember names. All blockchsins will adapt this tech imo