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Moritz Pindorek Launches Cryptouserguide.com As An Information Source In The Web 3 Space

Techpreneur and blockchain enthusiast, Moritz Pindorek, announces the launch of Cryptouserguide.com, a new education and information source for newbies and experts in the Web3 space.

Moritz Pindorek is looking to share his wealth of knowledge and experience as well as the expertise of other forward-thinking individuals and stakeholders in the world of crypto with as many people as possible across the globe as he launches Cryptouserguide.com. The user-friendly platform is designed as an online resource for crypto education, containing different types of information ranging from how-tos to best-ofs, guides, and a host of others.

“Education is still a big barrier in the Web 3 space, we try to help people get more bundled information.” – Moritz Pindorek.

Web 3 technology and the crypto world as a whole have witnessed a series of evolution and massive expansion in recent times thanks to their versatility and diverse use cases. Despite the amazing feat achieved in the world of blockchain and virtual space, millions of people and even businesses are yet to harness its benefits. Difficulty in accessing quality information remains one of the major entry barriers to web 3.0. Unfortunately, many of the available resources are not properly detailed to captivate or even guide newbies in particular through the process. Consequently, Moritz Pindorek is looking to change this narrative with the launch of Cryptouserguide.com.

Cryptouserguide.com looks into everything that relates to blockchain technology, the Metaverse, and virtual space in general. The platform offers content on crypto, Web3, NFT, and even the use of the technology in mainstream finance. Moritz Pindorek and the team share their expertise with users of the online resource in terms that practically anyone can understand with relative ease, breaking down the jargon into the language of “laymen.”

The move resonates with the goal of Moritz Pindorek to promote the adoption of web3, with information on crypto service and provider reviews, as well as reviews of crypto products, software, platforms, and exchanges. The comprehensiveness of Cryptouserguide.com as well as the user-friendliness of the platform in terms of content and ease of navigating the site makes it an ideal companion for crypto enthusiasts.

For further information about Cryptouserguide.com and the plethora of resources available, visit – www.cryptouserguide.com.

Decentralized Finance on Ethereum

DeFi and Ethereum are almost synonymous and the DeFi directory Defiprime lists 214 Ethereum DeFi projects which indicates a significant growth over the last couple of years.

DappRadar even lists 2,990 decentralized applications (DApp). No other blockchain has inspired more developers, and Ethereum’s stack has become the de facto standard for many other blockchains. Even strong competitors such as Avalanche, Moonbeam or Fantom feature EVM compatibility to allow teams easy portability of projects from Ethereum.

Names such as Uniswap, Curve, dYdX and Instadapp have all deployed on Ethereum first and moved on to become household names in the crypto community. Ethereum is where DeFi was invented, and it is the protocol with the most exciting innovations, such as dYdX or OlympusDAO, and the largest and wealthiest user base.

Source: The Defiant

Total Value Locked (TVL) on Ethereum DeFi

It is no surprise that the most value in decentralized finance is locked on Ethereum. DeFi applications on this blockchain control more than $150 billion.

Source: Defi Llama

The three most significant projects — Curve, Convex Finance and MakerDAO — account for 36% of all TVL on Ethereum. Counting locked value has some crucial challenges, however. Staked coins can be used in farms whose liquidity provider tokens can again be further deployed and so on. The double- and triple-counting of an uncertain percentage of all assets is unavoidable. TVL numbers should be viewed as a general indicator of growth and activity and not be taken at face value.

There are two other aspects to DeFi on Ethereum that are very important: DApps and NFTs. In next weeks article we will take a closer looks at those aspects to see where their importance lies in the general Ethereum ecosystem.

This article is an extract from the 80+ page Scaling Report: Does the Future of Decentralized Finance Still Belong to Ethereum? co-published by the Crypto Research Report and Cointelegraph Consulting, written by ten authors and supported by Arcana, Brave, ANote Music, Radix, Fuse, Cryptix, Casper Labs, Coinfinity, Ambire, BitPanda and CakeDEFI.

Decryption Group Launches Powerful, Scalable Blockchain With Ready-to-use Bridges To 5 Major Blockchains

Innovative features

The TLChain architecture is designed to support a high volume of transactions, not only for the financial services sector, but for the gaming industry as well, and its proprietary asset management capabilities enable cross-chain interoperability of multiple assets.

The system supports user-deployed smart contracts and third-party sidechains to interoperate with a wide variety of centralized and decentralized networks.

The TLChain Network supports Decryption-issued assets, including TLChain (TLC), which is acting as the only utility coin on the network and can be bought from platforms such as Uniswap, TraderJoe, QuickSwap, SpookyFi, Polycat, SushiSwap, and PancakeSwap.

 ‘’In order to go on the market, we wanted to complete all the work on the ecosystem before launching. As the market is down, I think it’s time for us to make our entry. We aim by the end of the year, to be surrounded by the top 10 existing global projects’’ said Samer Fatoum, CEO of Decryption Group.

Complex Ecosystem

Mint, Stake, Swap, Move, Build, Level up with Metaverse and NFT’s – a Full-Suite Decentralized and Multi-Chain DeFi Platform with a foundation built on TLChain. An entire ecosystem designed for the future. A home foundation for TLChain Network.

Furthermore, the portfolio now includes an official wallet (https://wallet.decryption.com) available in both the web version and extensions for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, as well as the mobile apps to follow soon.

Solving future challenges

By the way, it is positioning itself on the market, TLChain is anticipated to become a foundational technology for the Gaming, Financial, Real Estate, and Government sectors.

Aside from the desire of different sectors to integrate blockchain into their processes, it is also crucial to build the necessary infrastructure to access the data. Therefore, Decryption has opened a 2,000-square-meter Blockchain Incubator in Bucharest, Romania. This country has a pool of world-class talent in the technology and blockchain sectors that will help on different aspects of the needs of different sectors. Located in Europe makes it much easier to access legislative changes at the European level, thereby allowing immediate adaptation and implementation of legislation.

For TLChain Network to become a leading global project, Decryption Group plans to aggressively penetrate the market and build up its supporter community.

About TLChain Network

3 Seconds Average Block Time, 100k+ Transactions per second (TPS) with just 40 nodes now, 100% Uptime, 24/7 Monitored by White Hat Cyber & Laceworks.

TLChain provides the tools you need for building fast, scalable, and secure distributed applications. TLChain is designed to be EVM-compatible.

About TLChain (TLC) Coin

Total Supply: 200,000,000 TLC

100,000,000 TLC locked into the blockchain

50,000,000 Exchanged against 50,000,000 TLLP to provide liquidity on Decryption DEX.

50,000,000 TLC are split between developer team, community reserve, marketing, ecosystem development and security bounty.

There was no ICO or other type of initial crowdfunding for TLC, rather it was sold through direct selling for a limited time to community members.

Total sales of 4,600,000 were made to retail customers, and 5,000,000 to various investment funds, for a total of 9,600,000 TLC.

About Decryption Group

As part of the Decryption Group, there are projects such as Decryption Blockchain Incubator, Decryption.com (DeFi Platform), Decryption Venture Capital, Decryption NFT Marketplace, Decryption Token Factory, Chamber of Digital Economy, and Restart.com, which will launch on July 8th.

Website: Decryption.com


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Ethereum Transactions and their Cost

Sending Ethereum costs around $5, and more complex transactions like swaps or adding liquidity mostly cost more than $100 in the last quarter of 2021.

Transaction fees are auction-based – users who pay the highest fees are processed first.  This sometimes leads to outright bidding wars. With the Ethereum network at 100% capacity, transaction fees were painfully high in 2021. In October, average transaction fees were $28. Ethereum earned the criticism of being a “rich boys club” because smaller investors simply could not participate.

Figure: Ethereum transaction fees were $28 on average in October 2021, and peaks were $70

Source: Blockchair

Average and theoretical TPS and time-to-finality

One Ethereum block is mined every 13.8 seconds on average, but this number fluctuates with mining capacity. Since only a limited number of transactions can be included in a given block until its storage capacity is filled, the theoretical maximum of Ethereum transactions is 35 per second, assuming that all transactions are small. Ethereum de facto processed 1.2 million transactions per day in October or 13.8 TPS. Transactions for staking, minting and swapping use more data and fill a block faster.

Since a consensus of other miners could still overwrite the most recent block, most applications demand three to six blocks to pass before they deem a transaction to be final. Time-to-finality is 42–90 seconds, accordingly. Users have to wait for finality until they can move on in their trades, and 90 seconds is a long time for the internet age.

Ethereum 2.0 will drastically change that and offer up to 100,000 TPS, and time-to-finality could be as low as six seconds, depending on the final implementation.

Current throughput and speed mark Ethereum as a member of the “old guard,” but strong network effects remain relevant. The big question is whether the upgrade to a sharded, performant Ethereum 2.0 will come soon, or whether other chains will take a piece of Ethereum’s pie.

In order to become a global DeFi system, Ethereum needs to actually implement this growth in potential TPS, otherwise competitors will gain ground that can already theoretically process more transactions.

This article is an extract from the 80+ page Scaling Report: Does the Future of Decentralized Finance Still Belong to Ethereum? co-published by the Crypto Research Report and Cointelegraph Consulting, written by ten authors and supported by Arcana, Brave, ANote Music, Radix, Fuse, Cryptix, Casper Labs, Coinfinity, Ambire, BitPanda and CakeDEFI.

Ethereum’s Solidity & Consensus Mechanism

Ethereum’s move toward proof-of-stake (PoS) ETH2 was demonstrated on a testnet in October 2021 and is expected to be implemented on the mainnet this year.

Like Bitcoin, Ethereum also uses a proof-of-work consensus mechanism. Miners collect transactions for a block, aggregate them cryptographically, and then have to try quintillions of different numbers, called nonces, until the resulting hash has a certain number of leading zeroes. While Bitcoin uses the industry-standard SHA256 algorithm, Ether miners compute “Ethash,” a slightly altered version of the SHA3-256 and SHA3-512 algorithms.

It is much harder to build application-specific chips (ASIC) for Ethash, so the ASIC arms race never happened on Ethereum. Instead, miners use high-end graphics cards (GPU) like the Nvidia RTX 3090. Miners’ insatiable demand led to Nvidia implementing a throttling switch when cards detect mining workloads, so gamers could afford GPUs.

Figure: MSI Nvidia RTX3090 graphics card, typically used for Ethereum mining

Source: msi.com

Solidity — Ethereum’s programming language

Vitalik Buterin wanted to allow developers the freedom to run everything they could dream of on top of the blockchain and create a massively distributed system. He called Ethereum the “world computer” because miners worldwide would execute programs.

Bitcoin has a programming language called Script that has limited functionality. Ethereum’s language needed a complete instruction set to give developers more freedom.

Gavin Wood, who later founded Polkadot, was the first to implement a working version of Ethereum and developed Solidity as Ethereum’s language. Later, another language called Vyper was introduced. (Smart contracts can be written in both.)

Since miners run different hardware, Solidity compiles to so-called bytecode, executed by the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), abstracting the hardware layer. This way, a developer doesn’t have to worry about what machine a miner will run. The EVM takes care of that.

Solidity is easy to read and is quite similar to JavaScript in the way the code looks, although it has several fundamental differences — e.g., more stringent variable data types.

With a TVL of more than $160 billion and thousands of projects, the need for improved performance has become critical. We will look at the full extent of the performance currently required in another article next week.

This article is an extract from the 80+ page Scaling Report: Does the Future of Decentralized Finance Still Belong to Ethereum? co-published by the Crypto Research Report and Cointelegraph Consulting, written by ten authors and supported by Arcana, Brave, ANote Music, Radix, Fuse, Cryptix, Casper Labs, Coinfinity, Ambire, BitPanda and CakeDEFI.

How Helo™ is Solving Blockchain’s Core Problems

Blockchain adoption faces a variety of obstacles ranging from minimal knowledge about how blockchain technology works, to unsolvable problems that hinder usability. Government regulation and sentiment, especially regarding the impact that Proof of Work has on the environment also cause caution from potential adopters of the tech.

The Helo™ blockchain, developed by NuPay Technologies Inc., is a solution designed to elevate blockchain technology to its true potential.

Speed and Efficiency 

Bitcoin and Ethereum, among other top protocols, often experience network congestion, spikes in network fees, or halts. Proof of Ethic™, being essentially a game of speed, incentivizes nodes to generate blocks as fast as possible, while incorporating a dynamic block size to prevent bottleneck congestion.

Dynamic block sizes, exclusive to and made possible by Proof of Ethic™, enable transactions to be processed as efficiently as possible, rather than waiting for a predetermined time or block size. A block is generated in correlation to the network activity for seamless throughput. Existing models show Proof of Ethic™ achieving several million of transactions per second

Accessibility, Awareness, and Understanding

The Helo™ blockchain uses the patent-pending Proof of Ethic™ consensus algorithm. Additional roles are unlocked based on a scoring and activity system. Each role comes with its own unique reward distribution, as they command different levels of commitment from the user. Users will soon be able to use accumulated rewards to use across the network in both delegation and commerce.


Government regulation is now a global discussion and is seemingly inevitable as adoption increases. To protect Helo™ participants, Helo™ is designed to be adaptable to meet any future standards, as well as implementing a KYC policy to align with existing crypto exchanges and financial institutions. No personal data is stored by Helo™ after KYC is complete.

Destructive Environmental Behavior 

The Helo™ Blockchain is both self-sufficient and environmentally friendly. This is because the Helo™ blockchain requires infinitely smaller amounts of energy for its operational functions, including transactions and validation.

Helo™ is ready to revolutionize blockchain technology. For more information visit https://heloblockchain.com/ or contact us through the form on our website.

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About NuPay Technologies:

NuPay Technologies is a blockchain corporation founded by Brad Wilson in 2021 alongside a specialized team of innovative disruptors, hailing from professional backgrounds in merchant services, corporate governance, banking, software development, sales, and marketing.

The mission of NuPay Technologies is to advance the evolution of the blockchain industry through sustainable and innovative products. We strive to resolve industry problems, cultivate growth, and increase accessibility for all. Our belief is that blockchain technology should be accessible to all, regardless of technological literacy.

We seek to unlock the limitless potential of digital assets; all while having a minimal impact on the planet. And doing so with the greenest blockchain technology ever invented (Patent-pending).

Automated Yield Farming Solutions Now Available on Polygon

SW DAO launches the BTC, ETH, and MATIC Yield Fund after the success of their flagship USDC Yield Fund. SW DAO wants to bring users a more straightforward way of yield farming. That is why they will introduce such new automated solutions beginning today.

SW Yield Fund was created to help users invest in some of the most sought-after DeFi yield farms. This is possible through the SW DAO Machine Learning overlay, combined with experts’ data analyses that have the purpose of minimizing risk and maximizing returns.

Introducing the AI risk-management system in the SW DAO Yield Fund, the new automated technologies will help the Quantitative research team monitor charts, check contracts, and find market opportunities.

Using SW DAO Yield Fund

Using SW DAO Yield Fund for yield farming employs various short and long-term strategies backed by machine learning to generate alpha for the investors. Instead of users researching and worrying about rug pulls and scams, SW DAO Yield Fund will do this and provide investors with the returns.

SW Yield Fund works like a traditional Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). To start using SW DAO Yield Fund, users can connect their Polygon wallet to app.swdao.org and exchange any approved ERC20 for strategy tokens.

More to know

SW DAO Yield Fund is a diversified fund seeking a 40% target return per year. Users can take advantage of yield farms’ interest payments as some boast incredibly high returns. 

Some yield farms claim to offer as high as 40,000% per year after compounding, but such high returns come with significant risks, and users should tread carefully.

SWYF allocates 25% to a single DeFi protocol to balance protocol risk. This fund also commits to a maximum of 25% directional market exposure but aims for zero market exposure.

A team of DeFi developers and quantitative analysts investigates and reviews all protocols for which SWYF provides liquidity. Protocol insurance will be acquired from DeFi insurance providers such as Nexus Mutual and InsurAce as it becomes available.

With a quarterly lockup period, SW Yield Fund redemption is only available for the last three days of every calendar quarter. 

About SW DAO

SW DAO provides several strategic DeFi investment solutions that manage capital using Machine Learning and quantitative techniques. 

The platform’s algorithms analyze terabytes of data, including market data, social media posts, and blockchain activity, for patterns and correlations that help them estimate market direction, volatility, and risk. SW DAO develops alpha-generating techniques based on their systems’ results, which are further scientifically analyzed.

Contact for more 

You can obtain technical information by checking the official SW DAO Yield Fund website. Also, for details about the entire activity of the financial services provider SW DAO, you can check their social media accounts: Twitter and Telegram.

Enter Ethereum 2.0

Ethereum was finally launched in 2015 and proved that programmability was incredibly powerful and equally dangerous. Performance was not the top priority at the time. More emphasis was placed on robustness and the ability to easily run a large network of nodes.

With more than $160 billion in locked value and thousands of projects running, the need for radically improved performance has become pressing.

The next generation of the Ethereum protocol will introduce three significant changes:

  • A move from PoW to PoS.
  • Introduce a sharded blockchain, basically multiple synchronized chains in parallel.
  • Replacing the Ethereum Virtual Machine with eWASM.

The move to proof-of-stake will be a quantum leap toward making Ethereum more energy efficient and carbon neutral. PoS means that validating nodes vote on transactions and get rewards for successfully submitting blocks to the blockchain. The network’s energy use will come from the computers running nodes, mostly standard desktop machines. Miners consumed 45 terawatt-hours of energy in 2021 as millions of high-end graphics cards churn away to compute the necessary calculations securing the network.

Sharding is a widely used process in database management where tables with high demand are spread out among multiple servers to make access more performant. Ethereum sharding will split its blockchain into multiple chains running in parallel and synchronizing to the so-called Beacon Chain. Sharding will improve Ethereum’s performance from a maximum of 35 transactions per second (TPS) to a theoretical maximum of 100,000.

Last but not least, the switch from the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) to eWASM, which stands for Ethereum Web Assembly, will mean that smart contracts can be written in most general programming languages, such as Rust, C++, Python and others — a big boost for developer access and productivity.

Ethereum 2.0 — The timeline to launch

Upgrading Ethereum is like open-heart surgery. There are thousands of projects and millions of active users, and hundreds of billions of value operate on the network, but any significant mishap would spell an irreparable loss of trust in the blockchain. Accordingly, Ethereum developers are cautious and test and retest every upgrade before rolling it out to the mainnet.

No fixed date for the launch of the next steps toward Ethereum’s future is set, much to the community’s chagrin, however. Nevertheless, the Eth2 Beacon Chain was successfully deployed in December 2020, and a successful merge of Ethereum to PoS Eth2 was demonstrated on a testnet in October 2021, representing an important milestone. 

The merge of Ethereum’s v1 mainnet to v2 is expected for May–June 2022. Miners will no longer be able to produce blocks after that. The shift from a single-threaded blockchain to sharding is expected a year after the merge, sometime in 2023. Eth2 stakers are in for a long ride: Unstaking requires a minor update after the sharding upgrade.

Ethereum 2.0 will be able to process up to 100,000 tps, and time-to-finality could be as little as six seconds, depending on the final implementation!

This article is an extract from the 80+ page Scaling Report: Does the Future of Decentralized Finance Still Belong to Ethereum? co-published by the Crypto Research Report and Cointelegraph Consulting, written by ten authors and supported by Arcana, Brave, ANote Music, Radix, Fuse, Cryptix, Casper Labs, Coinfinity, Ambire, BitPanda and CakeDEFI.

SW DAO Launches Automated Investing dApp on Polygon

Wanting to provide users a seamless experience, SW DAO decided that creating an all-in-one dApp that incorporates their investing products is more than necessary.

Besides their previously launched new automated investing strategies on Polygon, SW DAO has now launched its new Crypto Trading dApp, merging all the existing products provided by SW DAO: the Alpha Portfolio, Yield Funds, Quantum Momentum, and many more structured products.

The new dApp is available for access beginning today, June 8th. The SW DAO dApp allows users to invest without doing continuously intensive market research, making the investing and trading journey more user-friendly for the average person.

SW DAO Crypto Trading dApp

In the cryptocurrency market, trading is one of the most popular ways to earn extra income. Automated trading strategies and Decentralized Finance have advanced the investing journey, taking it to the next level.

Using dApps like SW DAOs is more robust and flexible than centralized applications since they don’t require connectivity to a single centralized party to run. It means that enterprises can ensure minimal interruptions and downtime for maximum business continuity and resilience, benefiting your portfolio in the long run.

Second, because there is no centralized data storage, user data is not at risk in the event of a data breach or hacking attempt. This reason might encourage users to prefer decentralized apps over centralized apps if they prefer to self custody of their assets.

Then, being an all-in-one platform, a Crypto Trading dApp is one of the recommended choices in the DeFi investment area because people can quickly discover and invest in different products. Moreover, it helps users navigate without being redirected through multiple sites or waiting for pages to load, which leads them away from engaging with them.

Why Polygon?

Polygon is unique in that it can process transactions fast and cheaply. Its technology completes the transaction confirmation process and allows it to process transactions quickly, with an average block processing time of 2.1 seconds.

The investing journey with SW DAO

For years, SW DAO’s tokenized algorithms have outperformed the market, and SW DAO is sure that they will help users build an optimized portfolio.

Because public changelogs for websites and dApps are challenging to obtain, SW DAO will begin publishing public changelogs for its website and dApp shortly after its launch, demonstrating its ongoing improvements to attract new developers.

Stay updated

SW DAO is prepared for whatever the market throws its way. You can find more information on their official website and socials, Twitter or Telegram.

Betting with Crypto: Know where you stand legally

Close-up bitcoins with cards and dices on wooden desk.

One of the key claims made for cryptocurrencies since they first entered the public consciousness has been that they will simplify financial transactions now and in the future. Of course, that claim was always something of a hostage to the understanding of legislative authorities worldwide, and crypto enthusiasts are learning that the hard way across a number of settings.

Let’s take as an example the question of betting with crypto. The world of casinos and sites like these betting sites not on Gamstop could be a lot simpler, and crypto coins could be part of that solution. However, it’s become ever more important to stop and think for a while when it comes to joining a crypto casino or placing a bet using Bitcoin, because there is now a greater degree of legislation when it comes to crypto, and not all of it makes much sense.

What is the problem with new and existing crypto laws?

Among the thorniest questions surrounding crypto is the tricky matter of how laws can differ among states and countries that sit right next to one another. A crypto bettor in France has to jump through hoops that a neighbor just across the German border may not. In short, due to the relative novelty of crypto as a currency, there is very little consensus on how it should be treated. Different jurisdictions variously see it as a currency, a form of property, and a store of value among other things. And while there is little to no settled law – because it’s all so new – it’s hard to know which laws in place right now will still be there in five years’ time.

Which countries have positive crypto legislation?

Even with a question so simple, the answer can be torturously complicated. There are some countries, for example, Sweden, where local betting providers must apply for a special license if they wish to allow the use of Bitcoin, while non-domestic casinos can do without one. Neighbouring Finland has no such differentiation between local and foreign – the provider must have a license, and that’s that. So it is easier for a Finnish casino to attract Swedish customers than to serve people living right next to their HQ.

So where are you banned from betting with crypto?

Inasmuch as there are laws designed to stop you, you aren’t banned from betting with crypto anywhere in the world. The more salient point is what your legal recourse would be if that betting went wrong for reasons beyond your control. In most cases, you’ll find you’re on your own because of jurisdictional questions. Bitcoin betting is technically illegal in the United States, in that it is illegal to offer the service to customers. It is not illegal for you to bet using Bitcoin in the United States – but if the casino takes your money and then folds, you’re not going to have any joy looking to local or regional authorities to get your money back.