Andrew Griffith, MP & economic secretary to UK Treasury has put together a working group to explore fund tokenization, the use of AI, DLT & blockchain. ABRDN, a governing council member for Hedera (HBAR) has been ahead of the curve & an early adopter of this tech.
Sweasel ($SWZ) first Hedera fee token - 10% fee on every transaction, of which 1/3 is burnt and the rest sent to LP providers and community funds like Sweaselbot. Earn free $SWZ with the Sweaselbot just by mentioning $SWZ in a tweet up to 3 times per 24 hours.
The Hashgraph (HBAR) Association partners with Orange to launch accelerator program in Morocco. Will put 100 million euros into the project to support startups and entrepreneurs. The partnership will promote education and innovation in emerging technologies in Morocco and across the region.
Cool, thanks! Someone mentioned XRP and HBAR and I forgot to add them to the list here, plus someone mentioned ALGO earlier in the week. I guess I've got some studying to do 😅. How do you feel about the others on the list, XLM, MIOTA, and XDC?
Been a severe uptick in mentions around here as well. Meanwhile HBAR shilling has all but disappeared, despite it showing up all over the place for nearly month. I vote we say screw all that, and just shill Moons, BitCone, and Plungers. RCP maxis, unite!
tldr; A strategic partnership has been formed between ALLCOT IO and HBAR Foundation Sustainable Impact Fund to bring transparency to climate finance. The partnership aims to open the books on climate markets and involve key stakeholders in the carbon ecosystem. ALLCOT IO will open its books and financial relationships, setting an example for other project developers. The partnership will leverage ALLCOT's existing portfolio of projects to drive digitally-native initiatives using web3 technology. The collaboration aims to create a more transparent and impactful climate market ecosystem by redefining carbon credits as climate assets and linking their valuation to measurable impacts. The partnership also aims to ensure that climate funds reach projects effectively and dynamically, including local communities. The collaboration will utilize the Hedera Guardian platform to unify all climate elements onto a public ledger, setting a new standard for impact, transparency, and credibility in carbon markets. The partnership invites stakeholders to join in their mission to make a meaningful difference in the fight against climate change. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.
The answer is Hedera - low fixed fees pegged to USD but paid in HBAR. For example - a crypto transfer costs $0.00001 regardless of what price HBAR is trading at. [Hedera fee schedule](https://hedera.com/fees) That’s why they are the leader in enterprise adoption doing 1B txs every 7-10 days with announced use cases from Avery Dennison, Abrdn, ServiceNow, WorldPay, the Coupon Bureau and more on the way.
The 'tech' continues to improve and continuing network developments are genuinely interesting as any real nerd will tell you. Algo 5% inflation until 2030, better than SOL (16%) HBAR ( 49%) Matic ( 16%) and XRP ( 8%)
Algorand - 5% inflation until 2030 7.8 Billion of 10 Billion in circulation. SOL - 16% inflation no Max Supply. HBAR - 49% inflation 62% in circulation. XRP 8% inflation. Algorand is in a better position than those other alts.
"HBAR, or Hedera Hasgraph, unveiled Stablecoin Studio to offer a suite of products that help firms launch their stablecoins. Soon after, the non-profit entered a partnership with Du for Envision 2023." One of the projects with a nice backbone.
# Looking for new wallet to migrate to after recent Atomic Wallet hack I'm already using Trust Wallet and Keplr but would like to spread out some of my crypto to different wallets (*let's not put all our eggs in 1 basket*). Since Atomic Wallet got hacked back in mid-June, their response has been less than ideal and they have been sued big time recently: [https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-atomic-wallet-faces-class-action-over-100m-crypto-hack-losses](https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-atomic-wallet-faces-class-action-over-100m-crypto-hack-losses) So any recommendations for a new crypto wallet that has decent staking for various non-Cosmos-based projects (ex: FET, HBAR, EGLD, ZIL)? Ideally a wallet with a good security track record and decent UI, it doesn't need to be that fast—just needs to load faster than Metamask and Guarda Wallet (burn! 😅). Let me know which crypto wallet(s) you guys use and why you recommend them based on real life experience.
Since somebody is hell bent on comparing to Ethereum I am all pro Ethereum strong and secure network difficult to hack unlike Hadera Eth is the second largest crypto MarketCap asset. HBAR has no comparison here Eth has largest utility and use cases Eth is association with strong companies. Let's not even compare HBAR Most commercial NFT activities happen at Eth Investing in Ethereum is like investing in Blockchain
Would you still consider XRP and SOL wildcards after all their announcements and partnerships? Even HBAR and QNT are making big steps in the partnership aspect and I don’t see that as negative at all. Just recently the FED is utilizing HBAR. XRP partners with so many Cee teal banks around the world and even QNT is directly involved in project Rosalind with the BIS and Bank of England. Imo these are not wildcards. Maybe ADA but I believe in their approach
tldr; Hedera has unveiled an open-source toolkit called Stablecoin Studio, which aims to simplify the development of stablecoin applications on its network. The toolkit supports 3rd-party data sources and API integrations, allowing stablecoin issuers to provide public disclosures of collaterals. The SDK is written in TypeScript and supports smart contract interactions, as well as existing internal banking systems and on-chain oracles. Hedera's native cryptocurrency, HBAR, saw a 5.8% increase in value following the announcement. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.
People are like that, particularly maxis. I think the most important thing is respecting people’s’ motivation. We all invest for different reasons and shouldn’t have to justify that to anyone. We all love BTC and it truly stands on its own, but realistically if I was to pick another crypto that is likely to succeed with mainstream adoption, XRP would have to be near the top. That’s because it was *purposely designed* to offer something useful to governments and businesses, and the centralization, despite how we feel about it, is fairly important to that offering. I love HBAR. Great pick there.
Don't blame me if that shit tanks. I will feel pain with you though! 🤣 Others doing well against BTC (there aren't many) are KAS, XLM, HBAR, BCH. It might also be worth looking at alts doing only slightly worse than BTC as it might be their time to shine soon. I've not mentioned anything outside of the top 50 or so, as there's generally a higher risk involved
Honestly, 20/30 tokens is a massive amount to get into and cashing out would take time. Personally, I’d DCA into few stables like BTC and ETH. Id look into Alt’s like ADA, QNT, HBAR, LINK and GALA. I find it easier diversifying this way so that I can focus on the ones that really takes off.
I meant ‘majority of my main investments’. I definitely didn’t make that clear. Also, trezor (Model 1, which is what I have) doesn’t support XRP, XLM, HBAR, Solana… these are major projects - so, ya, it doesn’t support some of what I consider important investments. Secondly, why are you concerned with my investment decisions? You know trezor model 1 supports dogecoin but not XRP or any of the rest I mentioned… to me, that’s concerning more than… whatever the heck you’re concerned about