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The first tokenized MMORPG DeFi yield farming protocol. Join the MOONBOIS and farm MOONDUST until genocide is achieved against the FUDSTERS.
The Moonbois are trying to colonize the moon… Unfortunately they were unaware of the presence of Fudsters, a low iq inhabitant of the moon, who have set out to destroy the Moonbois moonbase.
This game puts one side of the community against the other… choose your faction to earn rewards and unique NFT’s!
To help you fellow crypto enthusiasts understand the game, there are a total of 4 tokens that will play a part in the tokenomics of this project.
Each token has their own unique purpose, which is explained here:
1) MoonFuel (Contract address: 0x4689020104eDEE22454E0f76d3fF682b48806850)
Total/circulating supply = 1000 total… 510 remain (5% txn burn applies to every transaction. Up until now, half of the supply has been burnt!)
MoonFuel is a deflationary token used for yield farming and rewards.
– FACTION TOKENS –
2) Moonbois (Contract address: 0x1499f5ed61ED3DeA00A3225531986F3493dA61B6)
Total/circulating supply = 600
3) Fudsters (Contract address: 0x0921af65fc449575e855B89271B737a7bA3db0c8)
Total/circulating supply = 400
Moonbois and Fudsters are direct competitors in this ecosystem… which team will prevail?
Each ERC20 faction token has a fixed supply and is used for yield farming 2x rewards.
Pool your faction token of choice with MoonFuel to start farming today on the official Moonbois.Games website!
– REWARD TOKEN –
4) Moondust (Contract address: 0x05ddfb6844dbed9ce1409280cb797433548e52ac)
Total/circulating supply = 8400 total… 1680 in circulation
Moondust is the token distributed through farming via Moonbois or Fudster Faction.
There are more governance and rewards factors built into the ecosystem which you can learn more about by participating in the community!
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Going Digital, Going Direct!
Our mission is to redefine the e-liquid industry by building a more direct approach to brand loyalty, competitive pricing, higher revenue and stronger customer satisfaction.
eLYQD is a global direct to consumer platform. In our marketplace, consumers and manufacturers around the world connect online to buy and sell e-liquids. We also offer a complete range of seller tools and services that help brands start, manage and scale their businesses.
This is just the beginning. Your interest will allow us to ramp up our efforts to implement a global marketplace for e-liquids by eliminating the chaos of age-old retailization.
The vaping industry lacks an eco-commerce blockchain solution where product availability, price comparison, ease of payment, fraud and cross border marketing is not available. That’s why we are here to introduce you to “ELYQD”
eLYQD is a decentralized ethereum based ecosystem marketplace that will be the framework for the entire vaping industry. eLYQD makes the best use of the Blockchain technology, enabling to make the platform transparent, open and as safe as possible for both transaction parties, reduction of transaction and business costs, and simplifying of the purchase process.
eLYQD is a marketplace platform designed to allow anyone and everyone to create an online store that will make good use of the advanced technologies in the E-Commerce field, including the option to pay for vaping products with Cryptocurrencies and eLYQD Tokens. With the aim to connect e-liquid manufacturers all over the world and supply businesses with the necessary tools for launching one of its kind platform to the global market with minimal transaction fees and without any financial borders, intermediaries or annoying bureaucratic fees.
eLYQD aim to unite manufacturers in order to create our own economical Crypto-commerce that will take E-commerce to entirely different level altogether! With fully decentralized e-Commerce marketplace, eLYQD aims to allow an easy way to buy and sell vaping products with keeping up on privacy, safety and lower cost! And will allow consumers to have access to brands from all over the world 24/7.
With the vision of eLYQD, it will increase the efficacy of all the business interactions by freeing them from all kinds of middlemen and making those interactions immediate, transparent, secure and mutually beneficial. All this will be achieved by creating a fast Blockchain-based decentralized ecosystem and organizing user interactions on the peer-to-peer basis.
The eLYQD ecosystem will be used by mass consumers and product manufacturers from all over the globe to interact directly with one another. The transactions will be powered by LYQD and therefore, they will be fast, secure and transparent. There will be no need for intermediaries that exist in traditional vaping ecosystems. eLYQD will retrain all the value generated by the community within the Ecosystem.
The eLYQD team is unique in that it combines deep vaping industry and fintech experience with blockchain and software expertise. eLYQD’s Crowdsale is a natural continuation of the team’s long term vision of delivering frictionless, high quality, low costing vaping experience for everyone, everywhere.
DISTRIBUTION OF ISSUED TOKENS
• Total number of generated LYQD tokens: 100.000.000.000
• Date of pre-ico sale start: July 01st 2018 09:00 a.m. UTC
• Date of pre-ico sale end: July 08th 2018 11:00 a.m. UTC
• Date of crowdsale start: July 09th 2018 19:00 p.m. UTC
• Date of crowdsale end: September 30th 2018 23:00 p.m. UTC or until hard cap is
• Token distribution date: up to 15 days after ICO ends
• Token contract address: 0x202b15C6fE6337e5c6A030e56254Aaf22233e4F6
• Token purchase address: 0xbed44edda0a4a967e1abde87c08b1c224e876538
60% of tokens will be sold in the token sale. The distribution of Ether raised will be used as follows:
• 50% development
• 25% marketing
• 20% company operations and exchanges
• 5% legal
40% of tokens will be distributed as follows:
• 2% of tokens will be reserved for advisors
• 3% will be held for eLYQD bounty program and airdrops
• 10% will be for held for pre-ico sale
• 5% of tokens will be held as a reserve fund
• 3% will be held for user utilization
• 17% of tokens will be held by project founders & team
There are many more exciting offers for the early investors. So, come to join us early on to get maximum benefits.
In order to know further details, check below:
Social Media Links:
– Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elyqdcom
– Twitter: https://twitter.com/elyqdcom
– Telegram: https://t.me/elyqdworld
– LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/globaliquids/
– YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2C3Tv8VKYX1wFMJcB6TvAg
World’s first DeFi Project to award early-adopter loyalty
“Presale starts on 18th October”
LOYAL FINANCE, with its $LYL Token, aims to provide long-term incentives for its investors. In the last months, many people fell victim to the short-paced mechanisms of the DeFi World. The loyal.finance team is operationalizing this momentum: We are using our innovative token reward model to reward users who participate long term in the loyal.finance ecosystem while fighting the typical hyperinflation pattern of most current yield farming projects.
Loyal.finance learned a lesson from previous DeFi launches and – once launched – will emphasize incentives for $LYL stakers as well as the inclusion of deflationary characteristics within the ecosystem to tackle the inflationary issues most of past staking projects had.
LOYAL.FINANCE only offers 10,000 LYL Tokens in their initial presale and sets up an anti-whale-cap of 250 LYL per person. There will be an absolute maximum of 100 investors who could qualify for the loyal-reward program initially.
Every day after launch, a snapshot determines the current balance of every $LYL holder. There will be several airdrops — every two weeks — that distribute the “Reward Loyalty Token” ($rLYL) to the account holders, which hold at least 50 $LYL. The longer you hold the token, the more rewards you receive commutatively. In addition to Staking, the $rLYL token will be used as the DAO governance token, delegating the future governance of the loyal.finance ecosystem into the hands of its most loyal supporters.
Similarly to $LYL, $rLYL will qualify its holders to participate in staking on the upcoming loyal.finance staking-platform. As soon as the staking-platform goes live, two separate Stakingpools will share the total monthly Staking Reward of 8100 $LYL equally. As a result of the scarce characteristics and high entry threshold of $rLYL, only a few qualified holders can participate in $rLYL Staking. Therefore the overall Staking-Reward within the $rLYL-Pool will be much higher than in the $LYL pool. To ensure loyalty, you’ll need to hold the corresponding amount of $LYL for $rLYL-staking to avoid dumps, utilize and enable price-stability for $LYL.
I’m not exaggerating when I say that I’ve seen thousands of websites in the last few years, countless just the last few weeks, which appear like they were auto-generated by a computer. They seem to take words and phrases such as “global world”, “future”, “blockchain”, “change”, “platform”, “innovator”, etc., and just generate word salad sentences which then somebody makes a visually slick-looking website for, with generic photos/colors/illustrations vaguely related to technology.
Just one example out of so many I don’t even know where to begin: https://cardano.org/
No matter how long I spend on these websites, I can’t make any sense of anything that’s said. Where is the software to download? What do they actually do? What do they want? Is this actually a “thing”, or does it have zero users and is just trying to make it seem like it’s a thing?
I gave up on Ethereum today. I simply don’t believe that it’s real. Seriously. It just doesn’t have any software to download, and the (apparently) previously existing C++ implementation of their wallet/fullnode just links back to the “official” website, which in turn doesn’t list any desktop applications.
I no longer believe that any of these websites are real. I use Bitcoin (Bitcoin Core), so I know that at least Bitcoin is real, but all these other cryptocurrencies and related websites seem entirely fake.
I did my utmost to find out information or get information from a human being, but nobody wants to answer any question. Their chatrooms are ghost towns. Even the Stack Exchange category is dead.
Unless I’ve gone crazy, or I’m in some kind of fake Internet bubble, it doesn’t seem like there exists any other actual cryptocurrency besides Bitcoin. And even that, virtually nobody has even heard of in the real world.
I’m not talking about obvious scams such as “send Bitcoin to this address and we will double it!”. I’m talking about all these seemingly professional and wildly promising (but vague) websites which seem to be nothing but vaporware…?
Bitcoin and the Future of Money.
What is Bitcoin? It’s a question that many people ask themselves these days, but not many can manage to understand the answer, since explaining and unraveling a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, is to talk more about technical aspects that are not so common for most people. However, to talk about Bitcoin is to debate about the future, since in the present, what we actually see, is only the tip of the iceberg of what is to come: a slight hint of the new era of finance. But in order to understand the present and the future, it is important to understand the past and what we will (surely) leave behind sooner or later.
Definition of “Money”.
Usually, the term “money” itself has no intrinsic value; its value is merely symbolic, since it conveys the importance of what people give to it: a seashell, a grain of rice, a weight of salt, a piece of a precious metal, or a piece of paper. Therefore, the “value” of money lies in the virtue of its functions: as a means of exchange, as a unit of possession, and as a store of wealth.
A curious thing that can be noticed is that the terms “money” and “currency” are not identical: “money” is an intangible concept (it cannot be touched, its virtues give it value), while “currency” is tangible (physical, it can be touched, like a piece of silver coin). Even so, both concepts are totally interchangeable and have merged over time to give manifestation to the weight of value.
A Brief Chronology of Money.
Neolithic. Bartering: the first form of exchange, which is the action of giving one thing and receiving another in return. The oldest form of trade: (direct) negotiation of goods and services between two parties. Preposition of “value” as the principle and birth of money.
3000-2500 B.C. Merchandise/Weight: creation of value patterns as an exchange system. Reference units such as weight and quantity for the basis of trade. Salt, rice, wheat, seashells, cocoa beans, used as tools to facilitate trade.
Image source: Wikipedia Commons.
1000 B.C. Coins: objects or replicas in the form of a circle to replace large objects. The first coins were found in China, and consisted of metal “seashells” as instruments of exchange.
700-600 B.C. Minted coins: the first ones were found in Lydia (present-day Turkey) with a subsequent adoption in Persia and Greece, and then spread throughout Europe and Asia.
9th century A.D. Paper currency: In China, paper is also implemented as a currency, which gives birth to the term “banknote“, as we know it today (a piece of printed paper representing a certain amount of money).
16th century A.D. Paper currency is implemented all over Europe. Terms like “certificate“, “letters” and “promissory note” are common as deposit letters (in vault) of the heavy coins. Banking is crystallized.
Image source: Wikipedia Commons.
1250-1400 years. Crystallization of the commercialized bank debt, defined as a set of loans or commitment of obligatory payment between two entities (person, company, institution, country) and repayment of the same.
1800-1900 years. Rise of the gold standard. With the impulse of centralizing the monetary issue, gold begins to be established as a support standard, which guaranteed that any citizen could convert a paper currency in a prefixed amount of gold. Establishment of the main European central banks, and the subsequent creation of the FED (Federal Reserve System) in the United States.
1940’s – End of World War II. Fall of the gold standard. The so-called fiat money emerges, which has value due to its declaration as money by the state and also backed in credit and trust (faith that it is respected and accepted), rather than being backed by the gold standard. Due to devaluations and inflation from wars and crises, the need for gold to give value to money becomes inefficient (due to the scarcity of the precious metal too). Because of this, people’s perception of money and its value changes again. Only the dollar maintains the gold standard and emerges as the dominant currency in the international system.
Year 1971 – Fall/Breakup of the gold standard of the dollar. Since then, the American currency joins the “fiat” team but maintains its unique reference at a international level. The gold backing guarantee already ends and is replaced by the belief in the “faith and credit” of the United States government.
Gold replace by “faith and trust”. Literally.
Up to this point in our journey, money is nothing more than a relationship of trust, and its value is purely determined by purchasing power. In other words, money is created by a kind of perpetual interaction between real and tangible things, our desire for them, and our abstract faith in what has value. Money is valuable because we want it, but we only want it because it can get us a desired product or service.
From now, it is possible to create more paper money (printing) in an almost unlimited way, without the backing of gold as a guarantee, but bringing a bad consequence: the imminent danger of a financial dark age (due to the abuse of that “trust and faith”); that’s why so many countries and entities are working tirelessly to ensure this never happens.
“Brrrrrrrr…” doesn’t fix a real economy.
Brief Chronology of “Digital” Money.
With the advent of the digital age, new electronic value systems are being created, strengthening the networking era, and therefore shared accounting. The system of shared beliefs and trust in the new banking systems is also much more consolidated, leaving aside tangible backing guarantee such as precious metals, and beginning to adapt to the scheme of digits, especially intangible ones, over the interesting capacity we have to create new realities and make them accepted by the collective majority. Despite of this, the emerging digital currencies have no less support than dollars and euros. Let us continue with our journey.
The 1950’s and 1960’s. Development of ERMA (Electronic Recording Machine, Accounting), the first computerized machine for banking purposes, under the contract to Bank of America. Along with MICR (Magnetic-Ink Character Recognition) technology, they pioneered electronic banking. Subsequently, the SABRE (Semi-Automated Business Research Environment) system helps in the implementation of a new computerized payment system on a global scale.
The 70’s. Due to the evolution of Mainframes (large computers, mainly designed to process very large volumes of data), banks begin to implement them as operational support for their exponential data processing and transactions at local, regional, and international levels.
IBM Mainframes used on early banking systems.
The 80’s. At the boom of telematic development, Minitel appears, which was a kind of teletext or terminal. It essentially consisted of a modem with a keyboard and a screen, connected directly to the residential telephone line, but using the open network of ARPANET (the predecessor of the Internet), to make interactive queries of various services. Due to the innovative invention, big banks in New York adapted it to their systems to digitalize many of their services.
Year 1982. David Chaum presents in a conference, under his own initiative, what would be the main seed of the creation of a digital currency, “Blind Signatures For Untraceable Payments” which allowed a payment system based on cryptography, along with other protocols that emphasized anonymity and data privacy. This led him to be one of the first public members of modern CypherPunk, which is defined as digital activism focused on protecting the privacy and security of users, using cryptographic technology.
Chaum’s proposal for a digital currency (original PDF).
The 90’s. David Chaum founds DigiCash, the first electronic currency, unique in the world because its transactions were anonymous, allowing electronic payments impossible to track by issuing banks, government or third parties. Despite of being revolutionary and ahead of its time, the project did not receive much interest from companies and investors and could not be consolidated.
DigiCash web portal.
Years 1996-98. Foundation of E-Gold, acclaimed as the first digital currency system, which had a great adoption on the world wide web. It was characterized as the first provider for non-credit card payments through an API, enabling a wide range of online services such as e-commerce, wireless mobile payments, and online currency exchange services. Because the banking and credit system in the United States was not very prepared for a digital environment, the E-Gold system was very vulnerable and insecure, giving way to large frauds, thefts and cyber-crime, which led to its final closure.
Years 1998-99. With the global boom of internet and e-commerce, Paypal appears, allowing fast transfer of digital money using only an email. WebMoney also appears as one of the largest digital payment processors in Russia.
Years 1997 to 2007: The Prelude to Bitcoin.
The real identity of Bitcoin’s creator still remains not clear.
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Year 1997. Adam Back invented HashCash, a cryptographic protocol that tried to stop the sending of massive spam in mail servers, which was based on a small ‘computational expense’ to be able to send a mail (calculation of algorithms that implied an extra computational cost). This led to a better consolidation of the PoW (Proof of Work) protocol. In addition to this, it also offered a slight protection against the problem of double- spending.
Year 1998. Wei Dai creates B-Money, which is a system of value exchange and contract enforcement between anonymous participants, to provide untraceable services through decentralized transactions, and to protect the privacy of each participant in a network. This led to further consolidation of the Proof of Stake (PoS) protocol. However, this system was not fully consolidated.
Year 2004. Hal Finney published his review of Adam Back’s HashCash, RPoW (Reusable Proof of Work), which deals with the creation of unique but reusable cryptographic tokens, as a process for checking and issuing digital coins. However, the validation and protection against the problem of double-spending was still registered in a central server of confidence.
Year 2005. Nick Zsabo proposed Bit Gold, a project he had been working on since 1998. Zsabo, a pioneer of “Smart Contracts“, focused considerably on the design of e-commerce protocols between anonymous participants in a network. The Bit Gold project was mainly based on a better approach to privacy, a decentralized system, and PoW (Proof of Work) functions. However, the project never got off the ground, as it had certain gaps that still needed to be addressed, such as the problem of double-spending and an efficient mechanism for limiting Bit Gold units.
Year 2008. A mysterious character appears under the pseudonym of Satoshi Nakamoto, announcing the creation of an electronic currency which he called “Bitcoin“. He maintains correspondence with Adam Back, Wei Dai and Hal Finney, sending the latter a copy of the source code for testing purposes.
Nakamoto’s post about his proposal for Bitcoin (original post here).
Year 2009. The first transaction of Bitcoin is launched, and Nakamoto sends it to Finney, making him the first “bitcoiner”. The test was a success, and after a year, Bitcoin’s capitalization was worth over $1 million in the market.
Capitalization chart of Bitcoin since 2010. Image source: Forbes.com
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Tokenizing healthcare by leveraging the power of DeFi and blockchain. Empowering patients by monetize their clinical records, while also offering a Decentralized Finance protocol for covering medical-based financial obligations.
With MVeda Token, MedicalVeda is the pioneer in tokenization and bringing decentralized finance (Defi) to the healthcare industry. By applying Defi based peer to peer lending, it not only enables patients who need capital for carrying out their medical procedures but also enables other medical practitioners to gain capital for their ventures. Moreover, the MVEDA token also serves as a medium for the exchange of value, while also enabling its holders to access MedicalVeda products and services. For clinical data, the Medical Veda platform offers permissioned accessibility from all over the world, not only for medical practitioners belonging to any country or medical institutes but to the respective patient as well. MedicalVeda is striving towards decentralization of finance in the medical and health sector while it also aims to offer products such as distributed Electronic Health Record (EHR) and decentralized data-management and data accessibility in the health care sector.
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$RCORE by DeFi Prophets
$RCORE is a deflationary cryptocurrency with a supply cap designed to be self-sustaining and self-rewarding based on positive price pressure from token burning and triangular arbitrage between RMPL-ETH-RCORE pairs.
$RCORE is built with the goal to sustain its APY for stakers and to reach continuously higher token prices. Unlike other farming methods where farms are constantly minting coins, which dilutes the overall value over time, $RCORE has a fixed maximum supply, which decreases on every transaction via token burning.
Additionally, in other farms the APY will reduce to 0% when there is no trading, RCORE however is designed with triangular arbitrage opportunities to create trading pressure — by creating these trading opportunities arbitrage traders and arbitrage bots will be constantly buying and selling driving a higher and sustainable APY.
If you are buying RCORE using ETH or RMPL on Uniswap there is a 1.05% fee, otherwise all other trades are 2.1%.
Buying RCORE on Uniswap using ETH or RMPL 1.05% fee breakdown
– 0.5% is farmed by users who stake the liquidity tokens
– 0.5% of the transfer amount is burned — decreasing the supply continuously with every single transfer and trade
– 0.05% is added to the dev fund
All other trading 2.1% fee breakdown
– 1% is farmed by users who stake the liquidity tokens
– 1% of the transfer amount is burned — decreasing the supply continuously with every single transfer and trade
– 0.1% is added to the dev fund
This means that those holding tokens are able to farm without infinite inflation and without worrying about the APY dropping to 0 because of a lack of trading.
Q: When will I be able to buy $RCORE?
Tuesday, October 13th 12:00 UTC launch of LGE — Uniswap listing is 24 hours later on Wednesday, October 14th 12:00 UTC