The NFT world has brought all kinds of people into the crytpo-sphere. Some are well versed in how crypto wallets work and others are new to the arena. This article should have useful information for both and those in between. I have gotten a number of questions from some people regarding various wallet solutions up to and including setting up a cold storage solution for WAX. I will run through your options below and link you to some helpful additional content to accomplish your goal no matter what you personal security risk profiles look like. I will start out by saying that I am not an expert in WAX by any means. That's why this is really a article full of links to resources for you to check out. The thing about WAX is that it is kind of designed around using their cloud wallet solution. You can pretty much do what you want on chain without it, but it makes life way easier. All the dapps are designed to work with it and it's integration is dominant across the chain.
So I was poking around the Ether-1 discord the other day and started talking to some of the community members there about their nodes. They have both mining and masternodes to support their project, you can read a little more about that in a previous post I made about the project here . I found their options for operating nodes pretty interesting. Now, you can go about things the normal way. Buy the necessary $ETHO as collateral and set up your VPS or whatever hosting you want to use, get the necessary items installed, and then setup and maintain your node. But, what if you want to set up a node but just don't know how to do all the technical stuff? Or what if you know how to do all the technical stuff but can't purchase all the needed collateral up front? You are just stuck, right? Actually no, you have another option. Ether-1 has a pretty slick options they have set up through their staking site. This isn't your normal staking pool where you send off your co
Howdoo is setting itself up to take on the world of social media. It seems from looking over the available information that it wants to do a little bit of everything. It seems at first glance to want to be facebook, and instagram and youtube and anyone else that publishes media or content of, well, any kind. They are taking a big swing, so let's try and dig into what's going on here and how they plan to do it. Their website, which you can check out here , claims that "Howdoo combines every type of content: streams, posts, messaging, image and video sharing, blogs, community interaction and eShops. Want a total social experience? You got it." Howdoo users will experience "a fairer, clearer, higher-quality social media experience where you’re always in control." But what does that mean, and how will they put it all together? Well, the angle they are taking is that content creators and influencers have to manage a host of different products to get their