Wolf BTC, A smart and secure crypto asset that designed from scratch by a group of cryptocurrency development, marketing and trading experts to provide the maximum benefits and rewards as possible.
The developers are a group of cryptocurrency development, marketing and trading experts. The coincidence and the shared thoughts of making the cryptocurrency's world more secure and serious brought them together. So, together they worked and developed Wolf BTC from scratch after planning for a long time to make it really powerful and profitable to the community. Wolf BTC reward it's holders in Bitcoin but it is not the first of its kind, so what makes it so unique?
1- Small total supply, small total supply make it easy for the coin price to go high, higher price = higher rewards value to the holders. In an easy way, the holders will receive 4% of each transaction, as higher the value of the transaction as higher the rewards value will be.
2- Low tax but high rewards, at this point, things must be carefully calculated, holders will love higher tax to earn higher rewards, but new buyers will prefer low tax, the developers started from themselves, marketing tax is the lowest among all other coins, just 1%, Liquidity tax also 1% but for the holders is 4% rewards tax.
3- Limited eligible holders, usually the rewards are divided among the holders, the higher the number of holders, the lower the value of the reward for each holder, so the developers set a minimum required holding amount to receive rewards (1M), in this case the maximum eligible holders for the rewards will be 1000 holders.
4- Rewards in BEP20 Bitcoin, there have been many coins that reward their holders with other crypto assets, but the fees for selling or exchanging these rewards are more than twice the value of the reward, because that the developers used Bitcoin on Binance Smart Chain as rewards because of the cheap sell / exchange fees.
Pre-COVID, cryptocurrency was nonetheless a comparatively unknown commodity in mainstream circles and to common shoppers. Two years into the pandemic (or post-pandemic, can we are saying???), that has modified completely. Deloitte’s 2021 international blockchain survey highlights the extent of crypto’s emergence – and this survey was carried out just one 12 months into the pandemic, […]
Trust Wallet, a crypto wallet app rated at 4.7 stars and with a total of 166,379 reviews – take from that what you will – has reported on its official Twitter page and community webpage that the app became unavailable “on March 21, 2022 at 1pm PST”, which seems to match the time of the outage reported by more than 3,000 users on Downdetector.
BTC Wires, a leading online digital platform that provides information about crypto and blockchain technology, examined possible reasons in the Trust Wallet case, and came up with steps that crypto users can take.
What Was the Reason?
It is still uncertain if the above mentioned events are related, though the company behind Trust Wallet seems committed to assuring its users that the problem will be solved in “a timely manner”, and transactions have been confirmed to be working just fine.
Another possible explanation for the sudden disappearance of the app from the store might be related to App Store guidelines regarding the use of third-party payment services, which seems to be the case, at least for Trust Wallet, with the words:
“The app does not sell any crypto, you will be redirected to a 3rd party provider” hanging over its official community post forewarning crypto adventures just as those of Dante in the famous Italian comedy.
Apple has reportedly restricted the use of third-party payment integrations when there's no physical exchange of goods or services, making adjustments to their policies whenever legally obliged and/or pressured, as is the case in the Netherlands and in South Korea. However possible for this to be the case surrounding the issue with some wallets, nothing has been disclosed by Apple or by any other company that would confirm this theory.
Are Other Wallets at Risk?
Nevertheless, many users of other wallets and wallet services embedded with exchange platforms have understandably become wary about the situation, which expands the proportion of need-to-know information one requires before trusting any amount of money to a service.
With that in mind, here are a couple of options one can rely on to not have that issue:
NOW Wallet: Since the company behind the wallet is likewise behind the exchange platform, they do not depend on a third party to execute the payments, thus they are compliant with App Store guidelines. The wallet supports nearly 400 cryptocurrencies, about 60 fiat currencies, and NFTs. Since it is non-custodial, the user has full control of the private keys and the funds. There are other benefits to this wallet as well, such as its simplicity and straightforward app design, making the learning curve accessible even to the most tech-averse person.
Coinbase Wallet: Coinbase is a staple in the crypto market by now, and its Wallet product, in opposition to the regular Coinbase service, is a DEX, thus allowing crypto swapping just as other DEXs. It supports all ERC-20 tokens (including USDC and DAI), BTC, BCH, LTC, XRP, XLM, and DOGE. Since its inception, it has been known for its appeal among beginners and is well regarded by its users.
eToro Money Crypto Wallet: Another great option for those who like stability. eToro, like Coinbase, has established itself in the crypto market as a reliable broker service and a wallet. It's trustworthy, supports over 500 crypto pairs, and is secure. On the other hand, it might be too much of a challenge for beginners.
Gemini Wallet: If you are out there looking for something different, this might be what you're looking for. Gemini offers a hot wallet insurance in case of a security breach or hack, which is an added bonus when dealing with money on the internet. There is good and bad in this wallet. Some of the fees can be quite high, and you don't get as many options of currencies (about 70 crypto assets) and they're not as variable as you would get with other wallets. Despite this, it still has a reputation as a reliable wallet.
Ledger Live Wallet: Now if you are in for something more niche, you might like Ledger Live. The wallet is powered by Ledger, the most reliable hardware wallet available, supports 1,800 coins & tokens, and uses advanced security features. The only downside is the lack of online customer support.
Those are not the only alternatives but are currently some of the most reliable ones out there. The perfect fit for you will largely depend on your crypto interests, and while the aforementioned wallets deal with a wide range of assets, you should always do your own research and see what better matches your needs.
Visit BTC Wires to find more news and other crypto-related information.
ROXBORO, N.C. — Open Book Extracts (OBX), a cGMP-certified manufacturer and distributor of the industry’s most innovative and highest quality cannabinoid ingredients and finished products, today announced the completion of its first […]
We’re thrilled to announce that Kraken now supports Robonomics (XRT)! Funding and Trading Funding is live, and trading will begin on March 24 at approximately 19:30 UTC. Keep an eye on the status page for updates. You can add XRT to your Kraken account by…