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Cardano Expands Further Into Africa to Streamline Vital Services

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Cardano (ADA) parent company Input Output has partnered with World Mobile Group, to provide vital services to Tanzania and Ethiopia.

First, the companies aim to bring sustainable internet connectivity to Tanzania, via renewable, solar-powered energy. Together, they will provide affordable network nodes based on the Cardano blockchain infrastructure. These network nodes will act as local relays for internet connectivity. 

Then, subscribers to these networks will ostensibly be able to access Input Output’s digital identity solution, Atala PRISM. This will allow them to use services such as digital banking, healthcare, and education. 

Control over personal data

Input Output’s Atala PRISM solution is a user-controlled identity platform. It provides a digital equivalent for physical official documents such as passports or degree certificates. This will also enable citizens to control their personal data when interacting with businesses and governments.

In partnership with the Ethiopian Ministry of Education, Atala PRISM is currently being deployed to five million users. Student IDs will be paired with data from the Ethiopian Ministry of Education’s learning management systems. Once linked, these student IDs will drive personalized teaching and, in the long term, data-driven education policies. 

Leading global adoption of blockchain tech

Cardano founder and Input Output CEO Charles Hoskinson says it will also allow citizens to provide backup copies of important documents like qualifications or property ownership documents. This could allow returning refugees to reclaim their homes. 

Hoskinson also highlighted how developing nations would lead global adoption of blockchain technology. He said that a lack of infrastructure has often impeded their development. However, in this case it could work to their benefit.

Hoskinson’s perspective has inspired the likes of FD7 Managing Partner and AskTheDoctor co-founder Prakash Chand. His investment firm divested its bitcoin (BTC) holdings to invest in Cardano and Polkadot (DOT). Meanwhile, AskTheDoctor also decided to migrate its AskToken to Cardano, due to the blockchain’s presence on the continent.

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Sotheby’s Closes $12.9M Banksy Auction, First Paid in Crypto

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Celebrated auction house Sotheby’s has accepted payment in cryptocurrency for the first time.

According to a recent tweet, Sotheby’s sold Banksy’s “Love is in the Air” for $12.9 million. The auction took place over 14 minutes between four different prospective buyers. This is the first artwork purchased with crypto since Sotheby’s announced it would be accepting bitcoin (BTC) and ethereum (ETH) as payment.

However, it was not revealed which cryptocurrency was used as payment in the auction. In a poll on Twitter, 35% believed the winners used ethereum to buy the Banksy piece, followed closely by bitcoin.

The art world accepting crypto

This event marks another milestone in the increasing integration of cryptocurrencies into the art world. Although this auction was for a physical piece of art, auction houses have been increasingly taken with non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

Last month, Sotheby’s hosted its first NFT auction. Over the course of three days, it sold the work of digital artist Pak for $16.8 million. The collection, known as “The Fungible,” was sold through NFT marketplace Nifty Gateway. The sale achieved at least two records, including the most number of bids for an auction item on Nifty Gateway.

Meanwhile, rival auction house Christie’s sold its first NFT artwork in March. The auction house sold digital artist Beeple’s NFT collection for a substantial $69 million. This sale made it the first auction house to close on an NFT. More recently, Christie’s sold nine NFTs from the CryptoPunks series for a total of nearly $17 million.

eBay also recently announced that the online retailer would allow the sales of NFTs on its platform. This would include trading cards, images, or video clips. Although not technically an auction house, eBay pioneered the online auction platform. This came days after eBay CEO Jamie Iannone included cryptocurrencies among the new payments platforms the company is exploring.  

Despite rising stratospherically in the first quarter of this year, recent data suggest that NFT mania is leveling off. This clearly hasn’t stopped continued interest from auction and retailer platforms. 

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BTC On-Chain Analysis: HODL Waves Show Medium-Term Sellers

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BeInCrypto takes a look at on-chain BTC data, more specifically the HODL wave and Spent Output Age Bands, in order to determine the age of the bitcoins that are currently being transacted.

Both these indicators show that the majority of selling this year has been done by short and medium-term holders.

BTC HODL waves

The HODL wave is used to show the percentage of BTC that has moved in a specific time period.

The color settings are:

  • Warm colors represent BTC that have been transacted recently – Red, Orange, Yellow
  • Cold colors represent BTC that have not been transacted recently – Light Yellow, Green, Blue

From the beginning of the year, the biggest change in bands has occurred in the one month-three month (orange) and three month-six month (light orange) bands.

The former went from 17.5% to 32.3% (represented by the black vertical lines) while the latter from 7.29% to 20.35% (represented by the white vertical lines).

Relative to the beginning of the year, long-term holders (one year+) are doing less selling.

Therefore, the majority of the BTC selling this year has been done by short and medium-term holders.

RHODL Wave
BTC HODL Wave Chart By Glassnode

Spent output age bands

Spent Output Age Bands work in a similar way. They show bands with similar colors in order to show the age of each output that is created when a bitcoin is transacted. 

Since the all-time high price was reached on April 13, there have been three distinct upward spikes, which occurred within the age bands of:

  • one day-one week (light orange)
  • one week-one month (orange)
  • one month-three month (dark orange)
  • three month-six month (light red)
  • six month-12 month (red)

Therefore, since the all-time high, the drops were caused by the selling of short and medium-term holders. The first two spikes were mainly from outputs up until three months, while the third and final spike also showed selling from the three month-12 month bands.

Spent Output Age Bands
Spent Outage Age Bands Chart By Glassnode

While the one year-seven year bands also had spikes, they were significantly lower than those in March. Therefore, long-term holders are not yet taking profits in the same way that they did in March.

Spent Output Age Bands
Spent Outage Age Bands Chart By Glassnode

Bitcoin RHODL ratio

The Realized HODL Ratio (RHODL Ratio) is used to indicate whether the discrepancy between short and long-term selling signals a top.

The indicator is created by the rate between the one week-one month and one year-two year bands. A high number (above 40,000 ) indicates that the market is approaching a potential top.

The RHODL ratio is currently at 9,800. This is considerably lower than it was in February 2021 when it reached a yearly high of 14,707. 

Furthermore, the value is nowhere close to the previous cycle tops, which all occurred above 80,000.

RHODL Ratio
Realized HODL Ratio Chart By Glassnode

Conclusion

Spent Output Age Bands and the HODL wave show that the majority of the BTC selling in 2021 has been made by holders of up to six months. 

The RHODL ratio indicates that the market is likely not yet close to reaching a top.

For BeInCrypto’s latest bitcoin (BTC) analysis, click here.

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In 2019, he decided to focus full-time on cryptocurrencies and trading.

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Crypto Community Reacts to Tesla Dropping Bitcoin Payments

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The crypto community at large has reacted in a variety of ways to Tesla dropping bitcoin payments.

Earlier, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that Tesla would no longer accept bitcoin as payment. The change of heart comes just two months after the electric car company started accepting bitcoin for vehicle payments. This followed Tesla’s influential purchase of $1.5 billion in BTC in February.

In a message embedded in the tweet, Musk said that Tesla is concerned about the increasing use of fossil fuels. He later added another tweet citing Cambridge University showing Bitcoin’s energy usage trend over the past few months. But in the first tweet, he said that Tesla would retain its bitcoin holdings. He added that the company intends to reintroduce BTC payments “as soon as mining transitions to more sustainable energy.”

Bitcoin’s transition to renewable energy

This turnaround comes as a shock to many who believed in Musk’s bullishness on bitcoin. However, his optimism that the Bitcoin network will transition to a more sustainable track is consistent with earlier statements of his. 

Last month, in partnership with Ark Invest, Square released a whitepaper detailing how Bitcoin would lead to incentivizing renewable energy. When Square CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted this, Musk simply responded “True.” Although he’s confident this will occur, Musk clearly feels that Bitcoin is not there yet.

The crypto community responds

However, in response to the announcement, a slew of tweets from the crypto community seem to take issue with that notion. MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor called the move, “Ironic because no incremental energy is used in a #bitcoin transaction.” Sardonically, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said, “Elon probably did not research how much energy is required to run other (non crypto) currencies that Tesla accepts.” 

Billionaire Mark Cuban affirmed that his NBA team would still be accepting cryptocurrencies, “because we know that replacing Gold as a store of value will help the environment.” Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz commended Musk for using his influence to make Bitcoin more sustainable. “He cares about the environment and he is using his considerable influence to push BTC mining towards a greener future,” Novogratz tweeted. 

Meanwhile, others see the market dip that followed as a good buying opportunity. “This may be the selloff that sets Bitcoin up for new all-time highs,” said David Grider of Fundstrat Global Advisors. “We think the news is overblown and wouldn’t be surprised if Tesla is signaling plans to make crypto ‘greener.’”

Co-founder of U.S.-based Gemini cryptocurrency exchange, Cameron Winklevoss, seemed to second the idea. “In retrospect, it was a great buying opportunity,” he tweeted.

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ZenGo Wallet Review: Multi Crypto Wallet Solution

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One of the pain points in cryptocurrencies is getting people to understand how to properly set up and use wallets. Now a lot of that pain is removed by the ZenGo wallet, which is the first keyless, non-custodial crypto wallet that gives users excellent security for their funds without sacrificing convenience.

It’s a win-win situation that also comes with a large slate of added features that makes using cryptocurrencies nearly mainstream.

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The ZenGo wallet is available for all iOS devices from the iPhone 6 onwards, and for most Android devices, so it is basically available for nearly anyone who owns a mobile device.

ZenGo Overview

Zengo Brings Keyless Crypto. Image via ZenGo

It has support for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and most of the major cryptocurrencies. Not only that, but users can buy and sell cryptocurrencies right within the app.

Keep reading to learn about the multiparty computation that forms the base of security for the ZenGo, as well as all the other features, both working and planned.

The ZenGo Team

The ZenGo team is made up of nearly 20 talented and devoted professionals, all of whom are focused on creating a wallet that makes cryptocurrency storage and usage as safe and easy as possible.

The team is led by the three founding members of ZenGo – Ouriel Ohayon, Tal Be’ery, and Omer Schlomovits.

ZenGo Team

The founding members of the ZenGo wallet. Image via ZenGo.com

Ouriel Ohayon is the CEO of ZenGo and a serial entrepreneur. Prior to the founding of ZenGo he was also a co-founder of ISAI Gestion, an early stage angel fund, and AppsFire which is a native advertising network and technology for mobile.

Tal Be’ery is the VP of research and development and prior to that he was the head of security for the firm. He also works as a journalist and writes a bi-weekly column on computer and network security. Prior to co-founding ZenGo Tal worked as a cyber-security consultant.

Omer Schlomovits is the VP of research for ZenGo. He also runs ZenGo X, which is the research community attached to ZenGo, with over 500 members. He also co-founded MPC-Alliance, a consortium of 50+ companies collaborating to advance MPC technology.

Currently he serves as a board-member and head of the technical committee. Prior to that he co-founded Zero-Knowledge TLV, a 750+ members applied cryptography community in Israel. This community is now part of ZK-Global.

Multiparty Computation & Threshold Signatures

The thing with most crypto wallets is that they make the user choose between asset control and convenience.

You can either maintain full control over your assets (non-custodial wallets), but suffer inconveniences in the setup and use of the wallet, or you can enjoy greater convenience in the usage of the wallet, but need to give up control over your digital assets (custodial wallets).

However ZenGo is using multiparty computation and threshold signatures to give users both convenience and control. Users are able to enjoy high levels of security and convenience in a non-custodial wallet.

It does this by replacing the typical private key used in the creation of most wallets with a pair of independently created secret shares. One of these is stored on the users device, while the other is securely stored on the ZenGo servers.

In order to complete a transaction both parts need to interact. That means ZenGo never has access to your funds, but you also get the same convenience of a custodial wallet.

ZenGo Backup

The ZenGo wallet improves on security and backup. Image via ZenGo.com

When you sign up for ZenGo and create a wallet for the first time (which only takes 19 seconds, by the way), the wallet app scans your face and stores that scan as an encrypted 3D biometric face map so it can be used in the future if you ever lose the device your wallet is on, or if you inadvertently delete the wallet from your device.

That’s so much easier than writing down a list of 20 words and then storing them in case you need to restore your wallet.

Note that with this system there’s no single point of failure, ensuring that if something happens to one of the secret shares your crypto remains protected and safe.

Plus these security measures are implemented in a simple, user-friendly wallet interface that is a pleasure to use. Signing up is straight-forward and amazingly quick, with no need for additional documents. Sending and receiving crypto is easy, as is buying and selling crypto right from the wallet.

ZenGo Chill Storage

Now I know some of you are thinking to yourselves that this all sounds great, but what happens if the ZenGo servers are inaccessible, or go permanently offline.

The team at ZenGo thought of that as well and created Chill Storage as a solution. With this solution even if ZenGo fails and the company ceases operations, you’ll still be able to access your crypto easily.

ZenGo Recovery Mode

There’s always a way to recover your crypto with ZenGo. Image via Zengo.com

Chill storage is the guaranteed recovery process created by the ZenGo team. With it they have created a master encryption key and a master decryption key. The master decryption key has been placed in escrow, and a law office has been named as trustee of the escrow.

The trustee is responsible for monitoring ZenGo to verify the company and its servers are still operational. If they ever find that the ZenGo servers are non-operational they can request the decryption key from the escrow company. This is the start of Recovery Mode.

The trustee will then post the decryption key to a dedicated GitHub account. This process is run by humans with multiple safeguards and checks to avoid wrong signals.

ZenGo, the mobile app installed by our customers, constantly monitors this repository and if a valid key is released, it enters recovery mode.

ZenGo Account Recovery

Always recover your account, even if ZenGo ceases to exist as a company. Image via Zengo.com

Upon entering recovery mode, the app is able to decrypt the Server Key and recreate the private keys for all the associated coins and addresses.

These private keys can then be loaded to other wallets. That way, users are free to move their funds without relying upon ZenGo servers.

ZenGo Savings

One of the nice additional features included in the ZenGo wallet is the Savings feature. Savings is in its own separate tab in the wallet and it allows you to earn yield by lending or staking certain cryptocurrencies.

Currently the wallet has support for earning yield by lending Bitcoin through the Nexo platform, or by providing Compound to a liquidity pool. In addition, the wallet also supports U.S. dollar Tether (USDT), Dai (DAI), and U.S. dollar Coin (USDC).

The documentation included in the wallet indicates that 0x and Basic Attention Token are also supported for savings, but we did not see these options in the Savings area of the wallet during our test.

When contacting support they confirmed that you will see the available savings options in the wallet, but didn’t elaborate so I can only assume that the available options change and the documentation hasn’t been updated, or the available options may be based on your geographical location.

ZenGo Savings

Don’t just hold your crypto, earn interest on it too. Image via Zengo.com

The ZenGo wallet also supports staking Tezos (XTZ) tokens, which means users are able to act as validators to help secure the Tezos network and will receive a return of roughly 5.5% on their staked XTZ. It should be noted that when staking XTZ the first rewards are not received for 33 days.

It’s been indicated that the wallet will also add support for staking Ethereum in the future, but as of May 2021 we are still waiting for that functionality to be added.

Perhaps with the recent $20 million in funding received by the project they will be able to add support for Ethereum staking.

ZenGo Trading

ZenGo introduced crypto trading directly from the wallet in June 2020, however it still isn’t available globally. For example, U.S. users will not be able to trade using the wallet, even though the Trade button is still present in the wallet.

But for those who have access to trading from within the wallet it is brilliant. Just a few taps and you are able to exchange a variety of cryptocurrencies without needing to leave the wallet and navigate the confusing landscape of a crypto exchange.

ZenGo allows for trading in any of the assets supported by the wallet, and uses its integration with Fox.Exchange to make the trades work.

ZenGo Swap

Crypto trading right within the wallet. Image via Zengo.com

The great thing is you can make instant trades using your wallet without going through the sometimes complicated process involved in signing up with an exchange.

ZenGo doesn’t require any KYC documents. Plus there’s no need to transfer your assets around to make a trade, or worry about trusting your private keys to the exchange.

Buy and Sell in ZenGo

Another benefit of using ZenGo as your wallet is the ability to easily buy and sell crypto right from within the wallet.

Currently buying crypto is supported globally (188 countries), however selling is only supported for the EU and U.K. The team says support for selling crypto in the U.S. will be added soon.

ZenGo Buy Sell

Buy and sell cryptocurrency right from the wallet. Image via Zengo.com

Buying cryptocurrencies is powered by Moonpay and Coinmama, and can be done using a number of fiat currencies and seven different payment methods:

  • Credit card (Visa and MasterCard)
  • Apple Pay (Visa and MasterCard)
  • Bank transfer (SEPA and Swift)
  • Debit card (Maestro)
  • Google Pay (Mastercard)
  • Samsung Pay (Mastercard)
  • GBP instant bank transfers

There are fees associated with buying and selling crypto through the wallet, and the fee structure differs based on the service used and the payment method. In general the fees are of four different types.

Network fee: Paid to the blockchain network operators. This fee changes over time based on network conditions and is not paid to ZenGo. Note that network fees for ERC20 tokens are paid in ETH.

Processing fee: Paid to the operators of the buying, selling, and trading services. This is a % of the total transaction amount and varies by operator and asset.

Spread: Paid to the operators of the buying, selling, and trading services. This is the difference (usually a few %) between the spot market price and the order price, and is used to cover volatility risk.

Local currency conversion fee: Paid to the operators of the service when you buy cryptocurrency in a local currency other than USD/CAD/AUD/EUR/GBP.

You can see the full fee structure here.

ZenGo Crypto Debit Card

ZenGo announced at the end of November 2020 that they will be releasing a crypto debit card on the Visa network that will allow wallet holders to spend their cryptocurrencies easily anywhere Visa is accepted.

The card is expected to launch first in the U.S. and will then expand to other regions globally.

ZenGo Card

It’s not the first crypto Visa card, but ZenGo promises it will be the best. Image via Zengo.com

ZenGo is all about making cryptocurrency easier for people to use, and this card is just one more step in that direction. Obviously people are very used to paying with credit cards, and if they have a card that makes it just as easy to spend their crypto holdings it should increase adoption greatly.

The cards are expected to be shipped sometime in 2021 and right now you can be put on a waiting list to receive one either from within the wallet itself, or on this webpage.

Free Bitcoin from ZenGo

ZenGo is currently offering $10 in Bitcoin when you make your first deposit into the wallet. To collect your BTC simply follow these five steps:

  1. Download ZenGo using this link;
  2. On the email screen, tap on “Tap here to enter your code” and use the code ZENX0B4G,  then tap Apply;
  3. Make sure you see “Referral code applied” and continue signing up with your email;
  4. Tap on Buyin the app;
  5. Make a purchase of $200 or more.

The BTC will be credited to your account within a few days.

ZenGo Earn

Earn BTC by depositing and referring others to the wallet. Image via Zengo.com

Want to earn even more Bitcoin? Then refer your friends, family, and followers to the ZenGo wallet. You’ll get 50% of the commissions every single time they buy cryptocurrency using the ZenGo wallet. For life. Welcome to passive crypto income.

Conclusion

All things considered ZenGo appears to be an excellent wallet, particularly if you’re looking for all the functionality it offers.

You can hold a large number of cryptocurrencies in the same wallet, trade them with each other (depending on your jurisdiction), and enjoy the security offered by a non-custodial wallet.

We also were impressed with the recovery features of the wallet. That includes both the user recovery via biometric facial recognition, and the server side recovery should the ZenGo servers ever go down permanently.

We also felt that ZenGo has an excellent user interface. It’s uncluttered, and quite intuitive. Ease of use is one of the overriding missions of ZenGo and they certainly hit that right with their UX.

You could do much worse when choosing a wallet, but we don’t think you could do much better than the ZenGo. And when you consider the $20 million in funding they’ve recently received it makes sense to think that even more improvements are on the horizon.

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Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.

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