Month: February 2022

Scalable Solutions launches new white label crypto custodial wallet

Scalable Solutions AG, a Swiss company offering B2B solutions for crypto exchanges, today announced the launch of its newest product, the Scalable Wallet.

Supported on iOS and Android, the white label custodial wallet’s interface is designed for ease of use and intuitive navigation for users of all levels with the partnering company’s brand at the forefront.

Check out some of the features below:

­Ease of use and access – Wallet users can easily buy, send, receive and swap every asset listed on Scalable’s white label exchange – that’s over 1500 trading pairs and 600+ digital assets.
High-level security – 2FA and identity verification, biometric access through TouchID or FaceID, as well as passcode functionality are all part of the wallet’s security features.
Personalization – All wallets are available in one dashboard. Coins of interest can be added to a personal watchlist.
Floating & fixed rates – Allow users to choose between a more profitable rate with higher risk or a less profitable rate with less risk attached. The flexible approach to the exchange of assets allows both professional and beginner traders to feel comfortable.
Card deposits – The wallet accepts bank cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay, and more.

“The digital asset industry is continuously expanding, and with it, the demand for secure cryptocurrency wallets and access to digital assets grows. Scalable Solutions is a global blockchain technology infrastructure powerhouse, specializing in white label trading software for exchanges and brokers.”
– The Scalable Solutions AG Team

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eBay Could Soon Integrate Crypto Payments on its Platform, Hints CEO

American multinational e-commerce giant eBay is eyeing to integrate crypto payments. In a recent interview, CEO Jamie Iannone said the firm might leap very soon. Primarily, eBay wants to capture the GenZ and millennial audiences.

Appealing to the Younger Generation

eBay is one of the oldest e-commerce corporations. It was founded in 1995. In an exclusive interview with The Street, Iannone said the official announcement for the much-anticipated crypto integration platform could be revealed during the upcoming investor’s day on March 10. According to the exec, the marketplace aims to transform as a go-to place for Gen-Z and millennials.

Iannone said,

“We’re just completing our transition to managing payments where we’re now managing $85 billion of volume on our platform directly. This gives us the ability to open up new forms of payment.”

So far, eBay has enabled Google Pay and Apple Pay on its platform. It has also scored a partnership with a fintech company, Afterpay in Australia, “which is a platform that appeals to Gen Z,” Iannone hinted that now is the time to evaluate other forms of payments. The founder also said he is keen on exploring new avenues.

“And so we continue to evaluate other forms of payments that we should take on the platform. We don’t currently accept cryptocurrency on the platform.”

Big Bets on NFTs

Back in 2014, eBay was considering adding Bitcoin (BTC) as a payment mode to its retail platform. Six years later, Iannone said that the e-commerce giant was in no hurry to other payment options such as cryptocurrency but noted that it wanted to continue exploring more.

Even though eBay is yet to roll out the crypto payment feature, it placed big bets on the burgeoning NFT sector in May last year. As reported by CryptoPotato, the firm enabled the sale of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on its platform. Only whitelisted sellers were allowed to list and sell NFTs.

eBay wasn’t the only reputed platform to have interfaced with emerging tech like NFTs and blockchain. Online payment processors PayPal and Chinese e-commerce company JD.com also dived into the NFT space last year.

Featured Image Courtesy of Reuters

Bitcoin Failed As Inflation Hedge? What The Current Global Situation Tells Us

Bitcoin has felt the consequences of war, just like the rest of the world. The current geopolitical situation generates uncertainty for both households and markets. The question of a million dollars for bitcoin seems to be whether it can still work as a hedge against inflation or has February proven the opposite.

Geopolitics And Bitcoin

A report by QCP Capital points out that, historically, the has been a poor correlation between BTC and Gold prices, which puts into question if the digital asset can be treated as a hedge against inflation to help protect the value of investments and individuals’ savings.

Sanctions against Russia will be felt by everyone around the world. Global oil and gas prices have already surged and are expected to escalate further. Inflation increases as the economic consequences of the pandemic meet with a war.

Investopedia explains that “Assets that are considered an inflation hedge could be self-fulfilling; investors flock to them, which keeps their values high even though the intrinsic value may be much lower.”

For this reason, gold has been the go-to hedge against inflation asset for years. And bitcoin has been long-described as “digital gold”, but the little correlation between them during times of risk-off means the digital asset has traded more like “a high-beta leveraged risk asset with a strong correlation to Tech and NASDAQ.”

Bitcoin and gold show poor correlation over time | Source: QCP Capital

However, there are more things to take into consideration as we enter what seems to be a key point in history for the crypto market and blockchain technology.

The report further notes that “where BTC has more crucial macro use-case now is its ability to serve as the primary weekend hedge for event risk, while traditional markets are closed.”

Providing spot and options liquidity at all times makes it work as the new last resort hedge for traders who previously used middle eastern markets. Also, Bitcoin has proven to reflect downside risk before any other markets can open.

Moreover, NewsBTC recently reported how Gold had been outperforming Bitcoin after Russia started the attack on Ukraine, but the digital coin took back its dominant position after recovering to roughly $40,000 last Thursday while Gold declined.

Related Reading | Bitcoin Volumes Surge As Ruble Plummets

While at firsts investors ran to gold amidst geopolitical concerns, it is precisely in these times of turmoil when bitcoin makes its case as it is more accessible, easy to move, and use –as a form of money–than gold.

And BTC Is Rallying Today

In a Fox Business Live with Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff and journalist Layah Heilpern, the stockbroker continued to slam at BTC and favor gold only. He has claimed for years that the digital asset will slump to $0 and that it “is not going to hedge against anything.”

Heilpern had her bitcoin arguments more than ready and slammed back saying that Schiff’s projection has never come to a realization and the fundamental value of bitcoin has been working perfectly during this year’s turmoils:

“You can’t trade peer to peer in gold. Bitcoin is literally an alternative monetary system.”

As Heilpern explained, you cannot send donations to Ukrainians –or anyone– in gold; you cannot flee a country carrying gold bars.

Related Reading | Possible Scenarios For Bitcoin, How The Market Has Reacted To Past Wars

Reportedly, amidst frozen bank accounts many civilians from Ukrania and Russia have started to use BTC as both populations have been greatly affected by a war they did not start.

Moreover, the war will only make the U.S. inflation higher, and the case for Bitcoin is anything but closed as mass adoption is a possibility that would likely shift the narratives entirely in its favor.

And on top of that, the digital coin has been surging in price today. Trader Sven Henrich shared his view on the current Bitcoin rally. The expert claims there are four main reasons for it:

Fundamental: “Adoption & acceptance continues to expand, i.e #ebay but also institutional. This path will continue in my view. There is no sign of regression, but continued expansion.”
Sentiment: “The Ukraine crisis highlights how Bitcoin can act as a support mechanism to raise funds when traditional avenues are cut off. Blockchain & decentralized money to become more relevant.”
Technical: “Bitcoin made a higher low versus equities in February showing a positive divergence & defense of a key trend. Start of correlation decoupling process?”
Safety Trade: “Sanctioned money may seek Bitcoin as a safe haven (unconfirmed) This also invites risk as it gives an excuse to accelerate regulation (long term positive/short term risk).”

Bitcoin back up to $41,154 in the daily chart | Sources: BTCUSD on TradingView.com

 

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Bitcoin Mining More Damaging To The Environment After China Ban, Study Says

The China bitcoin mining ban that took place mid-last year was no doubt a heavy blow to the space. It saw the hash rate from the region which was once termed the mining capital of the world crumble to almost zero as miners had to shut down their operations. The reason for this from the Chinese government boiled down to concerns about electricity consumption and environmental impact.

As the miners exited China, they had to set up business elsewhere and procure electricity for their mining farms, which can be quite energy-intensive. According to a new report, these new energy sources have been mainly from non-renewable sources compared to what the miners used in China. This means that the energy impact of bitcoin mining has gone up in recent months.

Bitcoin Mining Carbon Footprint Now Worse

It has been less than a year since China placed a ban on bitcoin mining and the effects are already being felt energy-wise. The general school of thought following the ban had been that miners would focus on more renewable energy sources so as to avoid a repeat of the issues in the region. However, a new study has shown that this is not so. Rather, the environmental impact of bitcoin mining has only gotten worse.

Related Reading | TA: Why Bitcoin Must Close Above $40K For Trend Reversal

China is a country known for its wide use of hydropower, a renewable energy source, and the miners in the country had used a significant amount of renewable energy for their operations. Even then, the carbon footprint of mining activities was still enough to cause a stink. The Joule journal has revealed that miners have not necessarily increased their renewable energy consumption.

BTC trading above $38,000 | Source: BTCUSD on TradingView.com

The study shows that the amount of renewable energy used by bitcoin miners has fallen since the ban. At its peak, this number had reached as high as 42% in August. But since then, barely seven months after, renewable energy use in mining has fallen to as low as 25%.

Related Reading | Bitcoin Staggers After Putin’s Nuclear Deterrence Alert Warning

Bitcoin mining continues to produce significant amounts of carbon dioxide yearly. With over 65 megatons of carbon dioxide produced annually, bitcoin mining is less green than ever. For comparison, the entire country of Greece reportedly produced less than 57 megatons of carbon dioxide in 2019. This means that miners are producing more CO2 than entire countries.

A lot of the miners that left China have now moved to countries where energy sources are largely produced by burins “hard coal” which produces more pollution. This new study shows that mining is less favorable to the environment now. Its carbon intensity has already grown by 17%.

Featured image from Bloomberg, chart from TradingView.com
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Bitcoin In Demand, Bulls Enjoy 9% Surge

Bitcoin surged as much as 9% after a weekend selloff, on anticipation that cryptocurrencies may gain popularity as a result of Russian sanctions.

According to TradingView, the crypto market appears to have recovered after weeks of poor performance, with the price of Bitcoin (BTC) rising 14.5 percent in the last week to little over $43,000. At the time of publication, the world’s most popular digital currency was trading at roughly $41,200.

Bitcoin Price Surge As Russian Demand Rise

According to Marc van der Chijs of First Block Capital, the spike can be explained in part by Russians fleeing the ruble, which has plummeted due to severe US and EU sanctions.

On Monday, Van der Chijs said he saw bitcoin trading for up to $46,000 on some Russian markets, a $5,000 premium above its US pricing.

Van der Chijs said:

“There’s not normally a difference [between the Russian and US price of bitcoin] because there are arbitrage possibilities. That seems to indicate that this urge in bitcoin price is because of Russian buying.”

Kaiko, an enterprise market data research firm, noted that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has resulted in an increase in Bitcoin and stablecoin volume in both nations. Even outlier altcoins and memecoins with more volatility, such as Solana’s SOL, Terra’s LUNA, and Dogecoin, moved higher on Monday.

Russians concerned about the currency’s and banking system’s stability may consider bitcoin as a method to safeguard their savings.

BTC/USD trades at $41k. Source: TradingView.com

Meanwhile, as countries throughout the world piled on sanctions in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin issued countersanctions. In offshore trade, the Ruble lost a third of its value at one point, its worst-ever drop.

“Many Russian citizens and potentially Ukrainian citizens are cut off from being able to move their rubles, dollars, euros or anything else,” said Anastasia Amoroso, chief investment strategist at iCapital.

“We see some evidence of an increase in bitcoin-ruble volume,” Blockchain.com research chief Garrick Hileman noted, cautioning that it was unclear if Monday’s price movements could be completely attributed to such trades.

Related Reading | Battle Of The Hedges: How Gold And Bitcoin Have Performed With Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Exchanges Restrict Trading

According to data from crypto compliance firm Elliptic, the rise in bitcoin could be linked to consumers converting fiat into cryptocurrencies in order to donate to the Ukrainian military and charities, which have raised more than $22 million in crypto over the last five days.

It could also be due to non-war-related issues, such as a tight schedule, he noted.

Many prominent cryptocurrency exchanges, such as Coinbase and FTX, are not available in Russia. As a result, many Russians have resorted to Binance, a crypto exchange established in the Cayman Islands that enables trading between the ruble and bitcoin.

Binance has agreed to block Russian users after Ukraine’s vice prime minister Mykhailo Fedorov demanded it on Sunday.

Related Reading | Bitcoin Staggers After Putin’s Nuclear Deterrence Alert Warning

Featured image from Pixabay, Chart from TradingView.com
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Cardano Inventor Front-Ran SundaeSwap Users? Research Casts Light

Over the weekend, a Reddit post accusing Charles Hoskinson, inventor of Cardano of front-running SundaeSwap users went viral. A pseudonym user said Hoskinson used a large amount of ADA to benefit from a price hike on the decentralized exchange native token, SUNDAE.

Related Reading | Cardano Price Up And Down Amidst SundaeSwap Launch

As one of the first DEX running on Cardano, there is a lot of hype around SundaeSwap. The ADA whale, according to the user, used his funds to queue jump other users and be one of the first to benefit from SUNDAE’s launch.

The pseudonym user based the accusations on three alleged facts: a large SUNDAE order was placed before the DEX was deployed, a wallet with millions of ADA was created specifically for this event, the funds can be tracked to another wallet with “a billion of unstaked ADA” or an entity sitting at the top of the Cardano rich list.

The pseudonym user claims the large transactions were linked to the inventor of Cardano after “about an hour clicking CardanoScan links”. The user provided a link of addresses related to his claims which can be viewed in the following link.

In addition, the pseudonym user addressed the possibility of a crypto exchange or similar entity involved with the transaction rather than Charles Hoskinson by saying:

I do not think any of the addresses in the chain of CardanoScan links below are exchange wallets. You can take a look through them and try to identify which you think is an exchange, but it looks to me they are regular wallets. Most of the addresses in the sequence have just a single input and single output, so it was easy to trace.

Since IOHK, the company responsible for developing Cardano, was a key player on many of the projects or components on this network’s ecosystem, seems logical a large portion of ADA is linked back to them. However, the pseudonym user seems to believe that an important portion of the ADA supply in circulation can’t be linked to IOHK.

Inventor Of Cardano Replies To Accusations

The inventor of Cardano, Charles Hoskinson, replied to the accusations and to the Reddit post. Via his Twitter account, Hoskinson said:

Had a look at the sundae Reddit posts that have been cropping up. It looks like the funds came from a Coinbase custody account that aggregates thousands of users.

Later, Hoskinson shared a link to a full investigation conducted by Colin Edwards, a Quantitative Strategist at IOHK. Therein, he explains Cardano’s UTXO model and by using on-chain analysis tracks down the SundaeSwap frontrunner.

Edwards posted the transactions that “jumped the queue” and the tools he employed to conduct his investigation. Ultimately, he concluded that a wealthy client probably using Coinbase Custody was behind the transactions. IOHK’s Quant said a subpoena, a product of a legal procedure, could identify the actor. He added:

(…) practically all Ada is within 3 transactions of being on an exchange where it would have mixed with funds originating from IOHK. Having funds originating from IOHK deposited at a large custody company, along with funds from thousands of others, is a statistical certainty – not a smoking gun.

Related Reading | Here’s What Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson Wants For Christmas

As of press time, ADA trades at $0.93 with a 9.2% profit in the last 24 hours. The 9th crypto by market cap seems to be following the general sentiment in the market as it bounces back from the lows amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

ADA with moderate profits on the daily chart. Source: ADAUSDT Tradingview
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Russian Ruble Crashes Against Bitcoin Following SWIFT Cutoff

The Russian ruble has lost significant value against both dollars and Bitcoin following sweeping sanctions from western nations, and the cutoff of major regional banks from SWIFT. Citizens are now flooding local ATMs with cash withdrawal requests while the Bank of Russia urges for calm.

Ruble in ‘Free Fall’

After the markets opened on Monday, the dollar spiked to over 108 rubles, compared to just 83 rubles the week prior. Bitcoin is also soaring against the falling currency, which now costs 3,820,000 RUB per coin at the time of writing – the highest price seen all year.

Demand for rubles is collapsing as western countries pressure Russia with waves of sanctions and trade restrictions. Furthermore, with US allies agreeing to exclude Russian banks from SWIFT, financial institutions in the region could have more trouble staying afloat. SWIFT –the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication –  is the world’s largest international financial messaging system.

To support the falling currency, the Bank of Russia more than doubled its key rate from 9.5% to 20%. The bank stated that it “will ensure a rise in deposit rates to levels needed to compensate for the increased depreciation and inflation risk”.

“At the moment, the ruble is in a state close to free fall,”  said Alex Kuptsikevich of FxPro in a report. “At some point in the coming days, we will see the limit of the fall of the ruble, from where it will begin its slow and difficult recovery. But it is hardly possible to pinpoint.”

BTC / RUB. Source: TradingView

Bitcoin’s Role?

As FTX CEO Sam Bankman Fried hypothesized days ago, wartime conflict could theoretically spur people to withdraw their funds from weaker currencies into ‘hard money’ assets like Bitcoin. While Bitcoin initially fell on news of Russia’s invasion, it quickly rebounded afterward and is now trading above $40k.

Bitcoin also allows users to make long-distance payments without the use of centralized intermediaries like banks. Given the circumstances, Russians have been withdrawing money from banks in droves, with cash demand at its highest since March of 2020. On Friday, the central bank had to increase the amount of money it supplied to ATMs to keep up.

Earlier this month, Russia announced that it would regulate digital assets as currencies within its borders.

Community Members Bashes Pixelmon For Poor In-game Art Quality

Despite the “FUD,” Pixelmon’s founder Syber says he isn’t going anywhere.

The Pixelmon saga isn’t looking good. The well-funded NFT adventure game has received severe backlash from the community after a disastrous reveal. But who’s to blame?

Is Pixelmon Really The Next Blue Chip?

Back in December 2021, Syber – the user who founded the project – had declared that Pixelmon is the next blue chip. Fast forward to three months, the project’s founder says that the team needs more time to develop the game and expects that an alpha release should be out before the end of this year.

Proposed as the first AAA quality game of the NFT space, the team behind Pixelmon vouched that it would provide an immersive experience that required players to purchase NFT Pixelmon for a minimum of 3 ETH. The NFT sales went live before Pixelmon’s official reveal. Buyers are now left questioning if the extraordinary price was justified.

A lot of users are unhappy with what they had spent money on. Many said that Pixelmon looks broken, while others called out for the project’s poor in-game art quality and rug pull allegations.

According to the latest data on CoinGecko, Pixelmon’s current price floor stands at 0.365 ETH.

Clarification

Without “sugar-coating” words, Syber acknowledged the fiasco and said that the release was unacceptable.

The Pixelmon reveal was unacceptable. This is what our Pixelmon look like in-game. Our NFT art failed to reflect this.

Despite the fud I will not go anywhere. The goal hasn’t changed. The funds will still be used to build our game. I will see this project through. pic.twitter.com/ViFzyKhbqL

— Syber | Pixelmon (@Syberer) February 26, 2022

Community members, on the other hand, also pointed out some of the Pixelmon assets appear straight out of Unity stock models. To these allegations, Syber responded,

“Both malbers animations and meshtint studios and a few other modeling groups were hired to create models for Pixelmon. None were stolen. We used unique models they created and we paid for them like you would with any model. Their assets from unity are not used in our nfts.”

The exec further clarified that the team does not intend to use the models in the actual game and added that it would use the funds raised to create better models and characters with higher quality.

Emphasizing the hate and threats that Syber received on social media platform Twitter following the release, the exec said that he will not go anywhere and that the goal has not changed while adding that the funds will still be deployed to build the game.

As the Pixelmon team sets to make amends, the buyers will now have to wait until the project onboards “reputable figures” to create quality models.

Binance Will Not Halt Servicing Russian Accounts (Report)

The world’s leading digital asset exchange – Binance – does not intend to freeze the accounts of Russian-based individuals, a spokesman for the platform revealed. He further argued that “crypto is meant to provide greater financial freedom,” and such a move could oppose the concept of the industry.

In-Line With Kraken

Russia’s “special military operation” in Ukraine seems nowhere near an end as the tension between the two countries keeps escalating. As of the moment, the USA, the EU, and the rest of the “great powers” stand away from a direct military conflict. However, they imposed severe financial sanctions on Russia, aiming to destabilize it.

In addition to those measures, Mykhailo Fedorov – Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine – urged the leading cryptocurrency trading venues to block all Russian users’ blockchain addresses and thus aid Ukraine’s defense.

According to a CNBC coverage, Binance will not follow his request as the majority of those accounts belong to “innocent” individuals who have no relation to the conflict.

“We are not going to unilaterally freeze millions of innocent users’ accounts,” spokesman of the company said.

The decentralized nature of digital assets is often viewed as a symbol of freedom and independence from traditional monetary institutions. With that said, such a decision could “fly in the face of the reason why crypto exists,” the spokesman added.

On the other hand, Binance vowed to restrict its services to those Russia-based individuals that have had sanctions “levied against them while minimizing the impact to innocent users.”

Earlier today, Kraken’s CEO – Jesse Powell – took a similar stance. He described bitcoin and the altcoins as the embodiment of libertarian values, and as such, it would be a mistake to freeze all Russian clients’ accounts. He also assumed that many of the exchange’s users were likely to be against the war.

Binance Donates $10 Million to Ukraine

Despite its refusal to restrict its services to Russian users, Binance displayed its support for Ukraine in that conflict by making a $10 million contribution to the nation.

“The donation will be split between major intergovernmental organizations and nonprofit organizations already on the ground, including UNICEF, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, iSans and People in Need, to help support displayed children and families in Ukraine and its neighboring countries,” the company stated.

Since the start of Russia’s invasion, Ukraine has raised donations of around $20 million worth of digital currencies. It’s worth noting that one single contribution equaled $3 million in bitcoin.

Mars4 Metaverse Listing on KuCoin

Humans have always had the ambition to explore outer space. To this day, the Moon Landing remains etched in history as one of the most highly regarded events of all time, one that continues to inspire over half a century later. Space travel is still far from universally available, such that even the planets and moons of our Solar System are beyond our reach but for the hard work and effort of the world’s various space programmes. MARS4 Metaverse aspires to bring that dream closer.

What is MARS4?

MARS4 is a blockchain-based project consisting of three interconnected parts: NFTs, MARS4 dollars and the upcoming game. All these elements will come together to create an interactive virtual Mars with a self-sustaining economy. Like many blockchain games, MARS4 will be a Play-to-Earn game where NFTs and tokens are utilized as tools to give a rich and exciting experience of Mars for the players.

With MARS4, you can own a unique Mars land NFT modeled after NASA’s Mars data. MARS4 land NFTs are already available for sale and will be a crucial part of the upcoming game where their topography will shape the playable zones! Landowners will be able to explore their land and develop it by constructing stations, dwellings and exploiting the resources present.

KuCoin Listing and Staking

MARS4 project’s expansion now sees the token listed on KuCoin. KuCoin is a well-trusted cryptocurrency exchange that is used by over 11 million traders globally. This listing provides MARS4 customers with additional flexibility to purchase and swap tokens.

In addition, MARS4 has launched a staking program accessible from the project’s website. The KuCoin listing’s timing has neatly aligned with the launch of the staking programme, providing investors with more options to choose from when purchasing MARS4 tokens. MARS4 is also listed on SushiSwap, Bittrex and Mexc.

MARS4: Yield Generating NFT, Play-to-Earn Game

MARS4 tokens will be employed in the upcoming game. The first playable version of the MARS4 game is forecasted to be released this year, Q3, while a web-based Mars Control Center will be accessible from Q1-Q2.

The browser-based Mars Control Center will allow NFT land plot owners to manage their assets: participate in the NFT marketplace, view owned NFTs and collect revenue. MARS4 NFTs generate yield due to the NFT economy.

This is not the sole method of earning from Mars4. Mars4 is developing an exciting and immersive game that enables its players and landowners to profit from it. There will be a few ways to receive rewards from the game – both for landowners and players without any land.

Players will work together to survive the harsh Martian environment and produce everything from food and oxygen all the way to assembling vehicles. These goods that players can provide each other form the basis of the game’s player-built economy and they are able to be bought and sold via the in-game market that uses the Mars4 dollar as its sole currency.

Players and landowners will also be able to mint their own NFT creations using the planned devkit to create additional tradeable props and decorations for their survival habitats.

For landowners that do not wish to actively develop their lands, they can assign land managers to handle the development and rental of their lands to players.

Furthermore, landowners benefit passively by receiving a small fee on all transactions that are made on their lands, encouraging them to develop their lands and attract player-colonists as well as a fee for all goods that are transported between players that cross their lands.

These systems combine to form an interlinked and thriving economy that helps players and landowners shape Mars into their own paradises.

Conclusion

MARS4 is growing fast and continues to attract more cryptocurrency exchanges. MARS4 being listed on KuCoin means enhanced customer experience and more flexibility to users. Soon humans will take their first steps on Mars.

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