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+20 perfect Ethereum (ETH) logo| Download free Ethereum graphic

Ethereum was introduced in late 2013 by Vitalik Buterin with the desire to create a coin to address the cons of Bitcoin. Ethereum can perform peer-to-peer transactions and contracts through a cryptocurrency unit of Ether (ETH). Not only that, but they are also considered a useful application platform that allows them to create their decentralized financial ecosystem. VakaFx share to everyone +20 Ethereum (ETH) logo images.
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Anyone have a link to the ETH Logo (the token/coin/asset, not the Ethereum logo)

Like this I think (right) but higher resolution / official one.
https://ethereumsymbol.com/img/[email protected]
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10-21 17:04 - 'Bcrypto... Found this cute site...you can buy booties with crypto logo:) www.bbooties.eu I have one with ETH symbol:) #bitcoin #crypto #ethereum' (i.redd.it) by /u/CryptoYoda13 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 29-39min

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Anyone have a link to the ETH Logo (the token/coin/asset, not the Ethereum logo)

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Anyone have a link to the ETH Logo (the token/coin/asset, not the Ethereum logo)

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Litecoin Logo Change Raises Centralization Concerns #bitcoin #ethereum #eth Industry https://t.co/uRS6HXPmEJ - Crypto Dynamic Info - Whales's

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0 5 ETH Ethereum prize delivered to Winner of MamãeCrypto Logo contest ...

0 5 ETH Ethereum prize delivered to Winner of MamãeCrypto Logo contest ... submitted by Msmaecrypto to u/Msmaecrypto [link] [comments]

🎨💰 For anyone willing to try out and showcase your design skills. LOGO DESIGN CONTEST Winner take Home 0.5 ETH! Entries accepted Until September 28th 2018. Read the Rules! https://medium.com/@mamaecrypto/mamaecrypto-logo-designcontest-winner-receives-0-5-ethereum-723c6a77d6c8

🎨💰 For anyone willing to try out and showcase your design skills. LOGO DESIGN CONTEST Winner take Home 0.5 ETH! Entries accepted Until September 28th 2018. Read the Rules! https://medium.com/@mamaecrypto/mamaecrypto-logo-designcontest-winner-receives-0-5-ethereum-723c6a77d6c8 submitted by Msmaecrypto to u/Msmaecrypto [link] [comments]

I know to a lot of you it might seem picky. But as someone with OCD I needed to say something.

I know to a lot of you it might seem picky. But as someone with OCD I needed to say something. submitted by Oxygenjacket to ethereum [link] [comments]

Announce) Ethereum(eth) New logo

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Ethereum merchandise - Does the ETH Foundation restrict commercial use of the logo?

I have a hardware idea that would ideally use the Ethereum logo in a 3d form. Are there any restrictions on use of the shape/design, or is this a freely distributed logo?
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This configurable WiFi real time ticker I coded and 3D-printed. All Binance pairs supported.

This configurable WiFi real time ticker I coded and 3D-printed. All Binance pairs supported. submitted by zener79 to ethereum [link] [comments]

Full Detailed Guide - Converting Reddit Moons to $$$

Full Detailed Guide - Converting Reddit Moons to $$$
This guide will be guide starting from nothing, to convert your Moons to ETH, I found lots of guides, but I ended up having to use about 4 guides, and a few videos to get it done, so I decided to put this guide together for the community.
To see the current price of Moons, go here:
https://info.honeyswap.org/token/0x1e16aa4df73d29c029d94ceda3e3114ec191e25a

Linking Metamask, and your Reddit wallet.
  • Go to https://metamask.io/download.html
  • Click the Chrome or Firefox logo, to add Metamask to your browser.
  • Now Open the Reddit app on your mobile
  • Open the Reddit Menu (Click your profile picture in the top-left)
  • Click on Vault
  • Click on the 3 dots next to Vault, once in the Vault Page.
  • Click on Recovery Phrase and Copy it to your clipboard.
  • Send the Recovery phrase to your computer in a secure manner, so you can access it on the computer you have installed Metamask
  • Once Metamask is installed, click "Import using account seed phrase
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  • Paste in the seed phrase you got from your Reddit Value
  • Set a password, and continue, you should now be logged in to Metamask
Seeing your Reddit moons in Metamask.
  • In Metamask, switch to the Rinkeby Test Network

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  • Click "Add Token"
  • Click "Custom Token"
  • In the "Token Contract Address" field, put in 0xDF82c9014F127243CE1305DFE54151647d74B27A
  • Click "Next"
  • Click "Back"
  • Click "Custom Token"
  • In the "Decimals of Precision" field, put in 18
  • Click "Next"
  • Click "Add Tokens"
You should now be able to see your Reddit Moons Balance within Metamask on the Rinkeby Test Network
https://preview.redd.it/i63q1snijrp51.png?width=478&format=png&auto=webp&s=5e7de78801c20b3264f4a1fb00821a17b659d2fd
Funding your wallet to cover fees
Now you need to fund your main network "Main Ethereum Network" with around $20 of Ethereum (GAS fees were quite high when I transferred, mileage may vary here).
This is to cover purchasing Dai to cover conversions from xDai to Dai etc
  • Fund your main wallet from anywhere you like with Ethereum, to do so, switch back to the "Main Ethereum Network" copy the address, and then send some Ethereum (I did so from Binance)
  • You also need to fund your "Rinkeby Test Network" with Ethereum you can do this in several ways, most methods will require you to connect your wallet to one of the faucets available
  1. Use https://faucet.metamask.io/ ***
  2. Use https://faucet.rinkeby.io/ (Requires a social media post) ***
  3. Use https://testnet.help/en/ethfaucet/rinkeby (Requires registration via email) ***
  4. Use https://rinkeby.faucet.epirus.io/ ***
  5. Ask someone nicely on Reddit BankBailout was extremely kind in sending me some, and if anyone struggles with getting some via the other methods, then I will be happy to send some over!

I now have plenty of Rinkeby ETH, so feel free to reach out and I will send some over.

*** None of those worked for me, step 4 is how I got the ETH to convert it.
Now you have ETH in your "Main Ethereum Network" wallet and your "Rinkeby Test Network" Wallet, you now need some Dai in your "Main Ethereum Network" wallet
  • There are 3 solid DeFi exchanges below, look between all 3, to see who has the best GAS rate at the time, to maximize the amount you get from your Moons!
For Oasis
For Uniswap:
For Kyberswap:
Adding the xDai Network
  • Now go back to Metamask
  • Click on the Network Dropdown
  • Click "Custom RPC"
  • In the "Network Name" field, put xDai
  • In the "New RPC URL" field, put https://dai.poa.network
  • Click "Save"
Now you need to convert 5 Dai to 5 xDai
  • Go to https://dai-bridge.poa.network/
  • Link your Metamask wallet, in the top-right
  • Switch to the "Main Ethereum Network" wallet
  • Put in 5, and click Transfer
  • Confirm the transfer in your wallet pop-up
  • You should in a minute or so, have 5 xDai, in your xDai custom Network
Now the best part, converting those moons into $$$
  • Go to https://xmoon.exchange/
  • Connect your Metamask Wallet
  • Switch to your "Rinkeby Test Network" Wallet in Metamask
  • Click "MOON to xMOON"
  • Confirm the transfer in your wallet pop-up
  • Wait until the xMOON's show up on the exchange, it will be on the left-hand side.
  • Switch to your "xDai" wallet in Metamask

Selling large quantities of moons, at once, may tank the market a touch, due to the currently quite low liquidity.

At this point, you can continue to use xmoon.exchange, or you can use Honeyswap, which has around 10x the liquidity, at the time of posting.
Continuing on xMOON
  • On the exchange, click xMOON to xDAI
  • Confirm the transaction
  • Wait until the amount of xDAI Increases on the right-hand side of the exchange.
Using HoneySwap
Now converting those xDAI, back to DAI.
This can take up to 1 hour as reported by some users.
  • Go to https://dai-bridge.poa.network/
  • Switch to your "xDAI" Network within Metamask, if you are not already on it.
  • Transfer your xDAI to DAI via the bridge.
  • Confirm the transaction in your Metamask wallet pop-up
  • You should now have your DAI in your "Main Ethereum Network" Account
  • You can then use Oasis etc, or other DeFi exchanges, to convert that DAI to ETH, etc.
I then sent the ETH to my Binance, then my Coinfloor account in the UK, and cashed out to my bank.
I thought I would document this process for others, as I Imagine like myself many of us are going through hard times at the moment due to Covid, and the $200ish I pulled from this, will help myself massively, so hopefully, it will help some of you!
Please let me know, if I have missed anything, or if there is anything I should add.
EDIT 1: Added note about using Honeyswap, and instructions on how to do so, due to the increased liquidity.
EDIT 2: Added multiple Defi Exchange instructions, as the GAS fees on Oasis were getting really high.
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Nyan.Finance: The Digital Hedgefund

Nyan.Finance: The Digital Hedgefund
A quick TL;DR breakdown of the project:
Name: Nyan $NYAN ​ Supply: 33,000 ​ Staked: 29,000+ ​ Summary: Aims to be the first decentralized digital hedge fund. Its tokenomic structure allows individual users to invest pooled staking rewards collectively to build and increase the funds size like a traditionally managed private fund. This is accomplished using a governance voting system embedded in the contracts code. ​ Website: Nyan.finance

DeFi is creating a blockchain environment like never before. New tokens are deployed everyday on the Ethereum chain, most of which aim for a quick 30x or more with gimmicky concepts, get-rich-quick schemes and downright copy/pasting past successful ideas. This has caused record breaking transactions on the Ethereum network, which are also due in part to the recent UNI airdrop. With that being said, not all of these new tokens are a waste of time. Innovation always finds its way, this time in the form of Nyan.Finance.
https://preview.redd.it/w6206hwq8no51.png?width=326&format=png&auto=webp&s=8f8a02b398b4d88b68b3b87136966228e27fb515

Nyan.finance (NYAN) is a new ERC20 token which bills itself as "a DeFi governance token that turns individual traders into a collective whale. NYAN holders can stake their NYAN and receive a secondary token known as Catnip. When a user claims their acumulated rewards, they will only receive 80% of the reward. The other 20% is sent to be stored by the NYAN address in order to be used as part of the pumping mechanism. NYAN holders will be able to bid on a Uniswap token that they want to purchase with the funds in one, or a series of, large buys."

NYAN has a total of 33,000 tokens for a total supply. The token can be broken down to 18 decimals. It did not have a private or presale, so tokens were made readily available for distribution after contract launch. 1,000 NYAN were distributed to the development team, with 2,000 also released as giveaway rewards. Liquidity is also locked for holders to trade on Uniswap. Currently, 1 NYAN = $204.54 (0.595424 Eth) at the time of this writing, with a fully diluted market cap of $6,749,820. As mentioned above, Catnip is also part of the NYAN tokenomic system, along with a third token named DarkNyan. All three tokens work hand in hand, and each asset will be outlined in full detail to explain how each attributes itself to the growth of the overall NYAN ecosystem.

Essentially, NYAN aims to provide a decentralized, community governed hedge fund, giving the holders of NYAN token the rights to decide collectively what they will invest in and for how long. Being decentralized, this gives community members an awesome responsibility, one that most other private hedge-funds or other iterations of a hedge-fund fail to offer. As mentioned earlier, a user who owns NYAN has the option to stake their NYAN to receive the secondary token Catnip (NIP) (Contract Address: 0xD2B93f66FD68c5572BFB8EBf45E2Bd7968B38113). NIP currently has 28,440 tokens in circulation, with the supply growing as more NIP are minted via the staking of NYAN. The current staking reward is: Blocks x NYAN staked / 100,000.

NIP is the token given to holders who stake NYAN. When a holder wants to claim their NIP staking rewards, users only receive 80% of that reward, with 20% of it being sent to the NYAN contract. The 20% of the NYAN staking rewards, which are now NIP held by the NYAN contract, are then pooled together and invested by the community via a voting system. In other words, voters create NIP via staking, the staking reward is then partially contributed to the decentralized ecosystem to create a hedge-fund made up of the combined contribution from stakers, with full control assessed to the community. NIP does have further utility, which will be explained below.

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Along with NYAN and NIP, there a third asset which plays a large part in this ecosystem called Dark Nyan (DNYAN) (Contract Address: 0x23b7f3a35bda036e3b59a945e441e041e6b11101). DNYAN is attained joining the NIP/ETH liquidity pool on Uniswap. DNYAN currently has a supply of 554.14 tokens, and has its own major impact in regards to tokenomics. The current staking reward is: NIP/ETH LP (UNI-V2) Token x 6500/ 3,600,000 = DNYAN per day. (It is recommended to claim mined DNYAN as often as possible as difficulty increases)

Once you have joined this pool and you receive the LP tokens, you navigate back to Nyan.finance to stake the LP token. Staking effectively allows the user to mine the DNYAN token, which has its own utility as well. The DNYAN token will allow NYAN voters, via an upcoming integration with Polkadot, to acquire non ERC20 assets. This effectively ensures that NYAN voters will have access to a vast collection of available cryptocurrency assets (while Polkadot does not support ALL cryptocurrency assets at this time, it is its goal and mission to support the vast majority of projects, which will effectively allow the NYAN token ecosystem full access to hedge against the assets there).

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To break down how the voting system will work, along with other questions the development team wanted to address if they ever arose, here is a bit of detail straight from the projects website:

Welcome to the steering wheel of a multi-million dollar machine
In this system, Nyan holders will be able to freely govern the protocol as they wish. The voting and function calls operate on a bidding system, in which the bid with the most votes at the end of a round will be executed. A bid can be a call to a contract, or a combination of calls to one or multiple contracts, all within the same transaction.
What are Bids?
Glad you asked! Bids are a set of instructions that relay what functions to call with the Voting Connector contract. A bid is composed of the Bidder's address, a unique bidId, and a series of arrays with types including Integers, Strings, and Bytes. With these data fields, anyone will be able to construct a bid with its own set of parameters for the function to be called.
Additionally, bids can be chained. No, this isn't street fighter. An additional bid can be chained to an initial bid. This additional bid is known as a chain bid. A chain bid requires an initial bid in order to be created. With chains, much more complex transactions can be created. It's a Pandora's box to be honest.

How does voting occur?
Voting for bids occurs within periods known as voting rounds. Before each round begins, Nyan holders can construct a bid and propose it in order to have it ready for voting. Other Nyan holders will vote using Nyan as a proof of collateral and Catnip as a fee. These fees will vary based on the amount of votes an individual is attempting to place in any one round. The more votes, the higher the Catnip cost. With this route, the cost of voting should be negligible for smaller holder. The current minimum Nyan needed to vote is 1 Nyan. However, this can be changed by voters.

How does the machine maintain value?
An reasonable thought that any onlooker would immediately have is: Is the protocol dependent on turning a profit? Fortunately, the answer is no. The Nyan machine will never have to turn a single profit in order to maintain value for Nyan holders. Here's why. All the funds held by the funding contract were generated by Nyan holders that have either staked their Nyan or Catnip Liquidity tokens. This means that those funds can be considered as speculated into existence. Now in order to make sure that value will always outpace minting and speculation, the goal of the Nyan protocol is continuously burn Catnip used as a fee for voting. Half of this Catnip will also be swapped for dNyan in order to provide rewards for individuals that provide liquidity to Nyan.

How do distributions work?
Voters decide when and what to distribute, with certain limitations. Distributions can be called once every 2 days maximum. The distribution can be for any token held by the funding address. Catnip and dNyan distributions are limited to 10% of their available amount in any one transaction. Distributions of other assets can use all of the available asset. In order to claim their proportion of the distributed asset, claimers must stake their Nyan or Catnip Liquidity tokens. The tokens will only be released when the distribution period has ended. This is to prevent users from unfairly claiming twice

Is the voting contract fool-proof?
No contract is fool-proof. The Nyan voting contracts, however are built with modularity in mind. Each contract can be upgraded, replaced and reconnected. Voters will only have to vote for a bid that reconnects the contract to the rest of the ecosystem. Built this way, Nyan can continuously be updated by it's community without the need for a central developer. The voters can also vote for a transfer that pays an external auditor to look over any code in the ecosystem. To get a better technical look at the upcoming voting contracts, visit the Nyan Github and look over the voting contract files. The files in the github are not the most current version, please do not fork them into production. There are several bugs and mistakes that have been done in the unpushed version.


I find the decentralized aspect of NYAN very appealing. It is a way for users to take control as a collective whale and make decisions with their vote. I have not seen any sort of ecosystem like this in the cryptocurrency space, and I am curious to see it explored and expanded, as the environment surrounding NYAN allows for contract upgrades and new integrations based on the voting system. With DeFi continuing to be a driving force in the recent surge in crypto related assets, can NYAN become a mainstay and solidify itself as the first truly decentralized hedge-fund? The playing field is set for it to do just that.

Here are some things to expect in the near future along with other important facts:
  • Contract audit incoming
  • Investment voting launching this week
  • Liquidity locked
  • Dev has 1000 tokens, all of which are staked
  • 89% of tokens are staked
  • 200 tokens were each given to 5 people to encourage liquidity early on
  • 10 tokens were each given to the first 100 people to join telegram
  • Community-driven logo contest: https://t.me/nyanpoll
  • Website upgrade this week, driven by a volunteer dev
  • Learnnnyan, a learning portal being created by the community
  • Beware clones that are being created, such as Kush
  • NYAN staking this week
  • Polkadot integration scheduled for end of month
  • v2 and secret contracts to prevent frontrunning planned
  • Both NYAN stakers and NIP liquidity providers get a share of profits
  • Likely looking to invest in safer platforms like Yearn and Curve initially


(I write articles and reviews for legitimate, interesting, up and coming cryptocurrency projects. Feel free to PM me to review your project. Thank you!)

Disclaimer: This is not financial advice. The sole purpose of this post/article is to provide and create and informative and educated discussion regarding the project in question. Invest at your own risk.

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nyan.finance Links:
- Website: nyan.finance
- Github: github.com/geass-zero/nyan.finance
- Medium: https://medium.com/@nyanfinance
- Telegram: https://t.me/nyanfinance
- Telegram (news): https://t.me/nyanfinancenews
- Trello Roadmap: https://trello.com/b/neXGkfpP/nyanfinance-roadmap
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About Ethereum mining pitfalls, risks, and threats

Bitcoin miners are massively switching to Ethereum. According to 8btc estimates, the payback period for a Bitcoin miner is 600 days, while for the same metric on Ether it only takes 200 days. But this goodness won’t last forever. Read about what threatens the development of Ethereum below.
Hardware and Filling – Halfway to Success
Experienced folks advise taking the most productive video cards, for example, the latest models from Nvidia and AMD. When choosing, pay attention to the amount of video memory (ideally from 2 GB), memory speed (with DDR 5 memory), bus width (better with a 256-bit bus), and cooling (basically there’s no competition to Radeon devices). Take Radeon RX 570, this 169 USD card produces 24-30 Mh/s, which is superb.
The Illusion of Stability
The entire multi-million community of Ether lovers trembled in early August when the Ethereum Classic network was subjected to several 51% attacks at once. In addition, in the first half of 2020 alone, over 5 attacks were carried out on popular DeFi platforms, including Balancer ($500,000 stolen) and bZx (17,500 ETH were stolen in total). Moreover, cybercriminals do not always use technical vulnerabilities, sometimes good old social engineering works.
Reduction of Reward
Ethereum developers have proposed to reduce the block mining reward by 75%. ConsenSys Managing Director John Leelik published the EIP-2878 proposal aimed at reducing inflation and preserving purchasing power. If supported, the reward will drop to 0.5 ETH.
The transition of ETH to ETH 2.0 (PoS)
We already wrote about this in the article "Problems of Ethereum Mining", and you can also watch the interview by Peter McCormack with the project founder Vitalik Buterin.
While the opportunity is still there, we offer everyone to get the most out of it and mine profitably. For example, take a closer look at the new CoinFLy ETH Pool, that nowadays offers more rewards than others, at least by 10%.
Profit That is Not Profit
A hidden and obvious problem is choosing the pool based on its profitability. If you only have a few capacities, then it is better to choose a pool that uses the PPS+ model, if you’ve got a lot of them, then a powerful pool with PPLNS is better. And if you’ve got so many capacities that there’s even enough for others, then you can also go SOLO, buddy. More details - here.
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Nyan.finance: The Digital Hedge Fund

A quick TL;DR breakdown of the project:
Name: Nyan $NYAN ​ Supply: 33,000 ​ Staked: 29,000+ ​ Summary: Aims to be the first decentralized digital hedge fund. Its tokenomic structure allows individual users to invest pooled staking rewards collectively to build and increase the funds size like a traditionally managed private fund. This is accomplished using a governance voting system embedded in the contracts code. ​ Website: Nyan.finance

DeFi is creating a blockchain environment like never before. New tokens are deployed everyday on the Ethereum chain, most of which aim for a quick 30x or more with gimmicky concepts, get-rich-quick schemes and downright copy/pasting past successful ideas. This has caused record breaking transactions on the Ethereum network, which are also due in part to the recent UNI airdrop. With that being said, not all of these new tokens are a waste of time. Innovation always finds its way, this time in the form of Nyan.Finance.

Nyan.finance (NYAN) is a new ERC20 token which bills itself as "a DeFi governance token that turns individual traders into a collective whale. NYAN holders can stake their NYAN and receive a secondary token known as Catnip. When a user claims their accumulated rewards, they will only receive 80% of the reward. The other 20% is sent to be stored by the NYAN address in order to be used as part of the pumping mechanism. NYAN holders will be able to bid on a Uniswap token that they want to purchase with the funds in one, or a series of, large buys."

NYAN has a total of 33,000 tokens for a total supply. The token can be broken down to 18 decimals. It did not have a private or presale, so tokens were made readily available for distribution after contract launch. 1,000 NYAN were distributed to the development team, with 2,000 also released as giveaway rewards. Liquidity is also locked for holders to trade on Uniswap. Currently, 1 NYAN = $204.54 (0.595424 Eth) at the time of this writing, with a fully diluted market cap of $6,749,820. As mentioned above, Catnip is also part of the NYAN tokenomic system, along with a third token named DarkNyan. All three tokens work hand in hand, and each asset will be outlined in full detail to explain how each attributes itself to the growth of the overall NYAN ecosystem.

Essentially, NYAN aims to provide a decentralized, community governed hedge fund, giving the holders of NYAN token the rights to decide collectively what they will invest in and for how long. Being decentralized, this gives community members an awesome responsibility, one that most other private hedge-funds or other iterations of a hedge-fund fail to offer. As mentioned earlier, a user who owns NYAN has the option to stake their NYAN to receive the secondary token Catnip (NIP) (Contract Address: 0xD2B93f66FD68c5572BFB8EBf45E2Bd7968B38113). NIP currently has 28,440 tokens in circulation, with the supply growing as more NIP are minted via the staking of NYAN. The current staking reward is: Blocks x NYAN staked / 100,000.

NIP is the token given to holders who stake NYAN. When a holder wants to claim their NIP staking rewards, users only receive 80% of that reward, with 20% of it being sent to the NYAN contract. The 20% of the NYAN staking rewards, which are now NIP held by the NYAN contract, are then pooled together and invested by the community via a voting system. In other words, voters create NIP via staking, the staking reward is then partially contributed to the decentralized ecosystem to create a hedge-fund made up of the combined contribution from stakers, with full control assessed to the community. NIP does have further utility, which will be explained below.

Along with NYAN and NIP, there a third asset which plays a large part in this ecosystem called Dark Nyan (DNYAN) (Contract Address: 0x23b7f3a35bda036e3b59a945e441e041e6b11101). DNYAN is attained joining the NIP/ETH liquidity pool on Uniswap. DNYAN currently has a supply of 554.14 tokens, and has its own major impact in regards to tokenomics. The current staking reward is: NIP/ETH LP (UNI-V2) Token x 6500/ 3,600,000 = DNYAN per day. (It is recommended to claim mined DNYAN as often as possible as difficulty increases)

Once you have joined this pool and you receive the LP tokens, you navigate back to Nyan.finance to stake the LP token. Staking effectively allows the user to mine the DNYAN token, which has its own utility as well. The DNYAN token will allow NYAN voters, via an upcoming integration with Polkadot, to acquire non ERC20 assets. This effectively ensures that NYAN voters will have access to a vast collection of available cryptocurrency assets (while Polkadot does not support ALL cryptocurrency assets at this time, it is its goal and mission to support the vast majority of projects, which will effectively allow the NYAN token ecosystem full access to hedge against the assets there).

To break down how the voting system will work, along with other questions the development team wanted to address if they ever arose, here is a bit of detail straight from the projects website:

Welcome to the steering wheel of a multi-million dollar machine
In this system, Nyan holders will be able to freely govern the protocol as they wish. The voting and function calls operate on a bidding system, in which the bid with the most votes at the end of a round will be executed. A bid can be a call to a contract, or a combination of calls to one or multiple contracts, all within the same transaction.

What are Bids?
Glad you asked! Bids are a set of instructions that relay what functions to call with the Voting Connector contract. A bid is composed of the Bidder's address, a unique bidId, and a series of arrays with types including Integers, Strings, and Bytes. With these data fields, anyone will be able to construct a bid with its own set of parameters for the function to be called.
Additionally, bids can be chained. No, this isn't street fighter. An additional bid can be chained to an initial bid. This additional bid is known as a chain bid. A chain bid requires an initial bid in order to be created. With chains, much more complex transactions can be created. It's a Pandora's box to be honest.

How does voting occur?
Voting for bids occurs within periods known as voting rounds. Before each round begins, Nyan holders can construct a bid and propose it in order to have it ready for voting. Other Nyan holders will vote using Nyan as a proof of collateral and Catnip as a fee. These fees will vary based on the amount of votes an individual is attempting to place in any one round. The more votes, the higher the Catnip cost. With this route, the cost of voting should be negligible for smaller holder. The current minimum Nyan needed to vote is 1 Nyan. However, this can be changed by voters.

How does the machine maintain value?
An reasonable thought that any onlooker would immediately have is: Is the protocol dependent on turning a profit? Fortunately, the answer is no. The Nyan machine will never have to turn a single profit in order to maintain value for Nyan holders. Here's why. All the funds held by the funding contract were generated by Nyan holders that have either staked their Nyan or Catnip Liquidity tokens. This means that those funds can be considered as speculated into existence. Now in order to make sure that value will always outpace minting and speculation, the goal of the Nyan protocol is continuously burn Catnip used as a fee for voting. Half of this Catnip will also be swapped for dNyan in order to provide rewards for individuals that provide liquidity to Nyan.

How do distributions work?
Voters decide when and what to distribute, with certain limitations. Distributions can be called once every 2 days maximum. The distribution can be for any token held by the funding address. Catnip and dNyan distributions are limited to 10% of their available amount in any one transaction. Distributions of other assets can use all of the available asset. In order to claim their proportion of the distributed asset, claimers must stake their Nyan or Catnip Liquidity tokens. The tokens will only be released when the distribution period has ended. This is to prevent users from unfairly claiming twice

Is the voting contract fool-proof?
No contract is fool-proof. The Nyan voting contracts, however are built with modularity in mind. Each contract can be upgraded, replaced and reconnected. Voters will only have to vote for a bid that reconnects the contract to the rest of the ecosystem. Built this way, Nyan can continuously be updated by it's community without the need for a central developer. The voters can also vote for a transfer that pays an external auditor to look over any code in the ecosystem. To get a better technical look at the upcoming voting contracts, visit the Nyan Github and look over the voting contract files. The files in the github are not the most current version, please do not fork them into production. There are several bugs and mistakes that have been done in the unpushed version.

I find the decentralized aspect of NYAN very appealing. It is a way for users to take control as a collective whale and make decisions with their vote. I have not seen any sort of ecosystem like this in the cryptocurrency space, and I am curious to see it explored and expanded, as the environment surrounding NYAN allows for contract upgrades and new integrations based on the voting system. With DeFi continuing to be a driving force in the recent surge in crypto related assets, can NYAN become a mainstay and solidify itself as the first truly decentralized hedge-fund? The playing field is set for it to do just that.
​ Here are some things to expect in the near future along with other important facts:
(I write articles and reviews for legitimate, interesting, up and coming cryptocurrency projects. Feel free to PM me to review your project. Thank you!)

Disclaimer: This is not financial advice. The sole purpose of this post/article is to provide and create and informative and educated discussion regarding the project in question. Invest at your own risk.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
nyan.finance Links:
- Website: nyan.finance
- Github: github.com/geass-zero/nyan.finance
- Medium: https://medium.com/@nyanfinance
- Telegram: https://t.me/nyanfinance
- Telegram (news): https://t.me/nyanfinancenews
- Trello Roadmap: https://trello.com/b/neXGkfpP/nyanfinance-roadmap
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Nyan.finance: The Digital Hedge-fund

Nyan.finance: The Digital Hedge-fund
A quick TL;DR breakdown of the project:
Name: Nyan $NYAN Supply: 33,000 Staked: 29,000+ Summary: Aims to be the first decentralized digital hedge fund. Its tokenomic structure allows individual users to invest pooled staking rewards collectively to build and increase the funds size like a traditionally managed private fund. This is accomplished using a governance voting system embedded in the contracts code. Website: Nyan.finance

DeFi is creating a blockchain environment like never before. New tokens are deployed everyday on the Ethereum chain, most of which aim for a quick 30x or more with gimmicky concepts, get-rich-quick schemes and downright copy/pasting past successful ideas. This has caused record breaking transactions on the Ethereum network, which are also due in part to the recent UNI airdrop. With that being said, not all of these new tokens are a waste of time. Innovation always finds its way, this time in the form of Nyan.Finance.

Nyan.finance (NYAN) is a new ERC20 token which bills itself as "a DeFi governance token that turns individual traders into a collective whale. NYAN holders can stake their NYAN and receive a secondary token known as Catnip. When a user claims their acumulated rewards, they will only receive 80% of the reward. The other 20% is sent to be stored by the NYAN address in order to be used as part of the pumping mechanism. NYAN holders will be able to bid on a Uniswap token that they want to purchase with the funds in one, or a series of, large buys."

NYAN has a total of 33,000 tokens for a total supply. The token can be broken down to 18 decimals. It did not have a private or presale, so tokens were made readily available for distribution after contract launch. 1,000 NYAN were distributed to the development team, with 2,000 also released as giveaway rewards. Liquidity is also locked for holders to trade on Uniswap. Currently, 1 NYAN = $204.54 (0.595424 Eth) at the time of this writing, with a fully diluted market cap of $6,749,820. As mentioned above, Catnip is also part of the NYAN tokenomic system, along with a third token named DarkNyan. All three tokens work hand in hand, and each asset will be outlined in full detail to explain how each attributes itself to the growth of the overall NYAN ecosystem.

Essentially, NYAN aims to provide a decentralized, community governed hedge fund, giving the holders of NYAN token the rights to decide collectively what they will invest in and for how long. Being decentralized, this gives community members an awesome responsibility, one that most other private hedge-funds or other iterations of a hedge-fund fail to offer. As mentioned earlier, a user who owns NYAN has the option to stake their NYAN to receive the secondary token Catnip (NIP) (Contract Address: 0xD2B93f66FD68c5572BFB8EBf45E2Bd7968B38113). NIP currently has 28,440 tokens in circulation, with the supply growing as more NIP are minted via the staking of NYAN. The current staking reward is: Blocks x NYAN staked / 100,000.

NIP is the token given to holders who stake NYAN. When a holder wants to claim their NIP staking rewards, users only receive 80% of that reward, with 20% of it being sent to the NYAN contract. The 20% of the NYAN staking rewards, which are now NIP held by the NYAN contract, are then pooled together and invested by the community via a voting system. In other words, voters create NIP via staking, the staking reward is then partially contributed to the decentralized ecosystem to create a hedge-fund made up of the combined contribution from stakers, with full control assessed to the community. NIP does have further utility, which will be explained below.

https://preview.redd.it/2l19fmstdpo51.jpg?width=1079&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=8c2e54a09d192846dce377162e6c989912feee91

Along with NYAN and NIP, there a third asset which plays a large part in this ecosystem called Dark Nyan (DNYAN) (Contract Address: 0x23b7f3a35bda036e3b59a945e441e041e6b11101). DNYAN is attained joining the NIP/ETH liquidity pool on Uniswap. DNYAN currently has a supply of 554.14 tokens, and has its own major impact in regards to tokenomics. The current staking reward is: NIP/ETH LP (UNI-V2) Token x 6500/ 3,600,000 = DNYAN per day. (It is recommended to claim mined DNYAN as often as possible as difficulty increases)

Once you have joined this pool and you receive the LP tokens, you navigate back to Nyan.finance to stake the LP token. Staking effectively allows the user to mine the DNYAN token, which has its own utility as well. The DNYAN token will allow NYAN voters, via an upcoming integration with Polkadot, to acquire non ERC20 assets. This effectively ensures that NYAN voters will have access to a vast collection of available cryptocurrency assets (while Polkadot does not support ALL cryptocurrency assets at this time, it is its goal and mission to support the vast majority of projects, which will effectively allow the NYAN token ecosystem full access to hedge against the assets there).

https://preview.redd.it/cygv0j5xdpo51.jpg?width=1060&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=061e936248ed92db9bfbae0bf16c746bd3a3866f

To break down how the voting system will work, along with other questions the development team wanted to address if they ever arose, here is a bit of detail straight from the projects website:

Welcome to the steering wheel of a multi-million dollar machine
In this system, Nyan holders will be able to freely govern the protocol as they wish. The voting and function calls operate on a bidding system, in which the bid with the most votes at the end of a round will be executed. A bid can be a call to a contract, or a combination of calls to one or multiple contracts, all within the same transaction.

What are Bids?
Glad you asked! Bids are a set of instructions that relay what functions to call with the Voting Connector contract. A bid is composed of the Bidder's address, a unique bidId, and a series of arrays with types including Integers, Strings, and Bytes. With these data fields, anyone will be able to construct a bid with its own set of parameters for the function to be called.
Additionally, bids can be chained. No, this isn't street fighter. An additional bid can be chained to an initial bid. This additional bid is known as a chain bid. A chain bid requires an initial bid in order to be created. With chains, much more complex transactions can be created. It's a Pandora's box to be honest.

How does voting occur?
Voting for bids occurs within periods known as voting rounds. Before each round begins, Nyan holders can construct a bid and propose it in order to have it ready for voting. Other Nyan holders will vote using Nyan as a proof of collateral and Catnip as a fee. These fees will vary based on the amount of votes an individual is attempting to place in any one round. The more votes, the higher the Catnip cost. With this route, the cost of voting should be negligible for smaller holder. The current minimum Nyan needed to vote is 1 Nyan. However, this can be changed by voters.

How does the machine maintain value?
An reasonable thought that any onlooker would immediately have is: Is the protocol dependent on turning a profit? Fortunately, the answer is no. The Nyan machine will never have to turn a single profit in order to maintain value for Nyan holders. Here's why. All the funds held by the funding contract were generated by Nyan holders that have either staked their Nyan or Catnip Liquidity tokens. This means that those funds can be considered as speculated into existence. Now in order to make sure that value will always outpace minting and speculation, the goal of the Nyan protocol is continuously burn Catnip used as a fee for voting. Half of this Catnip will also be swapped for dNyan in order to provide rewards for individuals that provide liquidity to Nyan.

How do distributions work?
Voters decide when and what to distribute, with certain limitations. Distributions can be called once every 2 days maximum. The distribution can be for any token held by the funding address. Catnip and dNyan distributions are limited to 10% of their available amount in any one transaction. Distributions of other assets can use all of the available asset. In order to claim their proportion of the distributed asset, claimers must stake their Nyan or Catnip Liquidity tokens. The tokens will only be released when the distribution period has ended. This is to prevent users from unfairly claiming twice

Is the voting contract fool-proof?
No contract is fool-proof. The Nyan voting contracts, however are built with modularity in mind. Each contract can be upgraded, replaced and reconnected. Voters will only have to vote for a bid that reconnects the contract to the rest of the ecosystem. Built this way, Nyan can continuously be updated by it's community without the need for a central developer. The voters can also vote for a transfer that pays an external auditor to look over any code in the ecosystem. To get a better technical look at the upcoming voting contracts, visit the Nyan Github and look over the voting contract files. The files in the github are not the most current version, please do not fork them into production. There are several bugs and mistakes that have been done in the unpushed version.


I find the decentralized aspect of NYAN very appealing. It is a way for users to take control as a collective whale and make decisions with their vote. I have not seen any sort of ecosystem like this in the cryptocurrency space, and I am curious to see it explored and expanded, as the environment surrounding NYAN allows for contract upgrades and new integrations based on the voting system. With DeFi continuing to be a driving force in the recent surge in crypto related assets, can NYAN become a mainstay and solidify itself as the first truly decentralized hedge-fund? The playing field is set for it to do just that.
​ Here are some things to expect in the near future along with other important facts:
  • Contract audit incoming
  • Investment voting launching this week
  • Liquidity locked
  • Dev has 1000 tokens, all of which are staked
  • 89% of tokens are staked
  • 200 tokens were each given to 5 people to encourage liquidity early on
  • 10 tokens were each given to the first 100 people to join telegram
  • Community-driven logo contest: https://t.me/nyanpoll
  • Website upgrade this week, driven by a volunteer dev
  • Learnnnyan, a learning portal being created by the community
  • Beware clones that are being created, such as Kush
  • NYAN staking this week
  • Polkadot integration scheduled for end of month
  • v2 and secret contracts to prevent frontrunning planned
  • Both NYAN stakers and NIP liquidity providers get a share of profits
  • Likely looking to invest in safer platforms like Yearn and Curve initially ​

(I write articles and reviews for legitimate, interesting, up and coming cryptocurrency projects. Feel free to PM me to review your project. Thank you!)

Disclaimer: This is not financial advice. The sole purpose of this post/article is to provide and create and informative and educated discussion regarding the project in question. Invest at your own risk.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
nyan.finance Links:
- Website: nyan.finance
- Github: github.com/geass-zero/nyan.finance
- Medium: https://medium.com/@nyanfinance
- Telegram: https://t.me/nyanfinance
- Telegram (news): https://t.me/nyanfinancenews
- Trello Roadmap: https://trello.com/b/neXGkfpP/nyanfinance-roadmap
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Nyan.finance: The Digital Hedge Fund

Nyan.finance: The Digital Hedge Fund
A quick TL;DR breakdown of the project:
Name: Nyan $NYAN ​
Supply: 33,000 ​
Staked: 29,000+ ​
Summary: Aims to be the first decentralized digital hedge fund. Its tokenomic structure allows individual users to invest pooled staking rewards collectively to build and increase the funds size like a traditionally managed private fund. This is accomplished using a governance voting system embedded in the contracts code. ​
Website: Nyan.finance

DeFi is creating a blockchain environment like never before. New tokens are deployed everyday on the Ethereum chain, most of which aim for a quick 30x or more with gimmicky concepts, get-rich-quick schemes and downright copy/pasting past successful ideas. This has caused record breaking transactions on the Ethereum network, which are also due in part to the recent UNI airdrop. With that being said, not all of these new tokens are a waste of time. Innovation always finds its way, this time in the form of Nyan.Finance.

https://preview.redd.it/zelq46p3fbp51.png?width=305&format=png&auto=webp&s=953765bc7927de1d702bbe1270d5507c6567edbe

Nyan.finance (NYAN) is a new ERC20 token which bills itself as "a DeFi governance token that turns individual traders into a collective whale. NYAN holders can stake their NYAN and receive a secondary token known as Catnip. When a user claims their acumulated rewards, they will only receive 80% of the reward. The other 20% is sent to be stored by the NYAN address in order to be used as part of the pumping mechanism. NYAN holders will be able to bid on a Uniswap token that they want to purchase with the funds in one, or a series of, large buys."

NYAN has a total of 33,000 tokens for a total supply. The token can be broken down to 18 decimals. It did not have a private or presale, so tokens were made readily available for distribution after contract launch. 1,000 NYAN were distributed to the development team, with 2,000 also released as giveaway rewards. Liquidity is also locked for holders to trade on Uniswap. Currently, 1 NYAN = $204.54 (0.595424 Eth) at the time of this writing, with a fully diluted market cap of $6,749,820. As mentioned above, Catnip is also part of the NYAN tokenomic system, along with a third token named DarkNyan. All three tokens work hand in hand, and each asset will be outlined in full detail to explain how each attributes itself to the growth of the overall NYAN ecosystem.

Essentially, NYAN aims to provide a decentralized, community governed hedge fund, giving the holders of NYAN token the rights to decide collectively what they will invest in and for how long. Being decentralized, this gives community members an awesome responsibility, one that most other private hedge-funds or other iterations of a hedge-fund fail to offer. As mentioned earlier, a user who owns NYAN has the option to stake their NYAN to receive the secondary token Catnip (NIP) (Contract Address: 0xD2B93f66FD68c5572BFB8EBf45E2Bd7968B38113). NIP currently has 28,440 tokens in circulation, with the supply growing as more NIP are minted via the staking of NYAN. The current staking reward is: Blocks x NYAN staked / 100,000.



NIP is the token given to holders who stake NYAN. When a holder wants to claim their NIP staking rewards, users only receive 80% of that reward, with 20% of it being sent to the NYAN contract. The 20% of the NYAN staking rewards, which are now NIP held by the NYAN contract, are then pooled together and invested by the community via a voting system. In other words, voters create NIP via staking, the staking reward is then partially contributed to the decentralized ecosystem to create a hedge-fund made up of the combined contribution from stakers, with full control assessed to the community. NIP does have further utility, which will be explained below.

https://preview.redd.it/42ad76olfbp51.jpg?width=1080&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=6fb05d9ef041d40edf9643a190c2f33e272d09b4
Along with NYAN and NIP, there a third asset which plays a large part in this ecosystem called Dark Nyan (DNYAN) (Contract Address: 0x23b7f3a35bda036e3b59a945e441e041e6b11101). DNYAN is attained joining the NIP/ETH liquidity pool on Uniswap. DNYAN currently has a supply of 554.14 tokens, and has its own major impact in regards to tokenomics. The current staking reward is: NIP/ETH LP (UNI-V2) Token x 6500/ 3,600,000 = DNYAN per day. (It is recommended to claim mined DNYAN as often as possible as difficulty increases)

Once you have joined this pool and you receive the LP tokens, you navigate back to Nyan.finance to stake the LP token. Staking effectively allows the user to mine the DNYAN token, which has its own utility as well. The DNYAN token will allow NYAN voters, via an upcoming integration with Polkadot, to acquire non ERC20 assets. This effectively ensures that NYAN voters will have access to a vast collection of available cryptocurrency assets (while Polkadot does not support ALL cryptocurrency assets at this time, it is its goal and mission to support the vast majority of projects, which will effectively allow the NYAN token ecosystem full access to hedge against the assets there).

https://preview.redd.it/cq87o4fwfbp51.jpg?width=1060&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=1ca9dc0e67087d2bfa89310e164f81f677e4d2ac
To break down how the voting system will work, along with other questions the development team wanted to address if they ever arose, here is a bit of detail straight from the projects website:

Welcome to the steering wheel of a multi-million dollar machine
In this system, Nyan holders will be able to freely govern the protocol as they wish. The voting and function calls operate on a bidding system, in which the bid with the most votes at the end of a round will be executed. A bid can be a call to a contract, or a combination of calls to one or multiple contracts, all within the same transaction.

What are Bids?
Glad you asked! Bids are a set of instructions that relay what functions to call with the Voting Connector contract. A bid is composed of the Bidder's address, a unique bidId, and a series of arrays with types including Integers, Strings, and Bytes. With these data fields, anyone will be able to construct a bid with its own set of parameters for the function to be called.
Additionally, bids can be chained. No, this isn't street fighter. An additional bid can be chained to an initial bid. This additional bid is known as a chain bid. A chain bid requires an initial bid in order to be created. With chains, much more complex transactions can be created. It's a Pandora's box to be honest.

How does voting occur?
Voting for bids occurs within periods known as voting rounds. Before each round begins, Nyan holders can construct a bid and propose it in order to have it ready for voting. Other Nyan holders will vote using Nyan as a proof of collateral and Catnip as a fee. These fees will vary based on the amount of votes an individual is attempting to place in any one round. The more votes, the higher the Catnip cost. With this route, the cost of voting should be negligible for smaller holder. The current minimum Nyan needed to vote is 1 Nyan. However, this can be changed by voters.

How does the machine maintain value?
An reasonable thought that any onlooker would immediately have is: Is the protocol dependent on turning a profit? Fortunately, the answer is no. The Nyan machine will never have to turn a single profit in order to maintain value for Nyan holders. Here's why. All the funds held by the funding contract were generated by Nyan holders that have either staked their Nyan or Catnip Liquidity tokens. This means that those funds can be considered as speculated into existence. Now in order to make sure that value will always outpace minting and speculation, the goal of the Nyan protocol is continuously burn Catnip used as a fee for voting. Half of this Catnip will also be swapped for dNyan in order to provide rewards for individuals that provide liquidity to Nyan.

How do distributions work?
Voters decide when and what to distribute, with certain limitations. Distributions can be called once every 2 days maximum. The distribution can be for any token held by the funding address. Catnip and dNyan distributions are limited to 10% of their available amount in any one transaction. Distributions of other assets can use all of the available asset. In order to claim their proportion of the distributed asset, claimers must stake their Nyan or Catnip Liquidity tokens. The tokens will only be released when the distribution period has ended. This is to prevent users from unfairly claiming twice

Is the voting contract fool-proof?
No contract is fool-proof. The Nyan voting contracts, however are built with modularity in mind. Each contract can be upgraded, replaced and reconnected. Voters will only have to vote for a bid that reconnects the contract to the rest of the ecosystem. Built this way, Nyan can continuously be updated by it's community without the need for a central developer. The voters can also vote for a transfer that pays an external auditor to look over any code in the ecosystem. To get a better technical look at the upcoming voting contracts, visit the Nyan Github and look over the voting contract files. The files in the github are not the most current version, please do not fork them into production. There are several bugs and mistakes that have been done in the unpushed version.

I find the decentralized aspect of NYAN very appealing. It is a way for users to take control as a collective whale and make decisions with their vote. I have not seen any sort of ecosystem like this in the cryptocurrency space, and I am curious to see it explored and expanded, as the environment surrounding NYAN allows for contract upgrades and new integrations based on the voting system. With DeFi continuing to be a driving force in the recent surge in crypto related assets, can NYAN become a mainstay and solidify itself as the first truly decentralized hedge-fund? The playing field is set for it to do just that.

Here are some things to expect in the near future along with other important facts:
  • Contract audit incoming
  • Investment voting launching this week
  • Liquidity locked
  • Dev has 1000 tokens, all of which are staked
  • 89% of tokens are staked
  • 200 tokens were each given to 5 people to encourage liquidity early on
  • 10 tokens were each given to the first 100 people to join telegram
  • Community-driven logo contest: https://t.me/nyanpoll
  • Website upgrade this week, driven by a volunteer dev
  • Learnnnyan, a learning portal being created by the community
  • Beware clones that are being created, such as Kush
  • NYAN staking this week
  • Polkadot integration scheduled for end of month
  • v2 and secret contracts to prevent frontrunning planned
  • Both NYAN stakers and NIP liquidity providers get a share of profits
  • Likely looking to invest in safer platforms like Yearn and Curve initially

(I write articles and reviews for legitimate, interesting, up and coming cryptocurrency projects. Feel free to PM me to review your project. Thank you!)

Disclaimer: This is not financial advice. The sole purpose of this post/article is to provide and create and informative and educated discussion regarding the project in question. Invest at your own risk.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
nyan.finance Links:
- Website: nyan.finance
- Github: github.com/geass-zero/nyan.finance
- Medium: https://medium.com/@nyanfinance
- Telegram: https://t.me/nyanfinance
- Telegram (news): https://t.me/nyanfinancenews
- Trello Roadmap: https://trello.com/b/neXGkfpP/nyanfinance-roadmap
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Ethereum mining pitfalls, risks, and threats

Bitcoin miners are massively switching to Ethereum. According to 8btc estimates, the payback period for a Bitcoin miner is 600 days, while for the same metric on Ether it only takes 200 days. But this goodness won’t last forever. Read about what threatens the development of Ethereum below.
Hardware and Filling – Halfway to Success
Experienced folks advise taking the most productive video cards, for example, the latest models from Nvidia and AMD. When choosing, pay attention to the amount of video memory (ideally from 2 GB), memory speed (with DDR 5 memory), bus width (better with a 256-bit bus), and cooling (basically there’s no competition to Radeon devices). Take Radeon RX 570, this 169 USD card produces 24-30 Mh/s, which is superb.
The Illusion of Stability
The entire multi-million community of Ether lovers trembled in early August when the Ethereum Classic network was subjected to several 51% attacks at once. In addition, in the first half of 2020 alone, over 5 attacks were carried out on popular DeFi platforms, including Balancer ($500,000 stolen) and bZx (17,500 ETH were stolen in total). Moreover, cybercriminals do not always use technical vulnerabilities, sometimes good old social engineering works.
Reduction of Reward
Ethereum developers have proposed to reduce the block mining reward by 75%. ConsenSys Managing Director John Leelik published the EIP-2878 proposal aimed at reducing inflation and preserving purchasing power. If supported, the reward will drop to 0.5 ETH.
The transition of ETH to ETH 2.0 (PoS)
We already wrote about this in the article "Problems of Ethereum Mining", and you can also watch the interview by Peter McCormack with the project founder Vitalik Buterin.
While the opportunity is still there, we offer everyone to get the most out of it and mine profitably. For example, take a closer look at the new CoinFLy ETH Pool, that nowadays offers more rewards than others, at least by 10%.
Profit That is Not Profit
A hidden and obvious problem is choosing the pool based on its profitability. If you only have a few capacities, then it is better to choose a pool that uses the PPS+ model, if you’ve got a lot of them, then a powerful pool with PPLNS is better. And if you’ve got so many capacities that there’s even enough for others, then you can also go SOLO, buddy. More details - here.
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Mining pitfalls, risks, and threats in Ethereum network

Bitcoin miners are massively switching to Ethereum. According to 8btc estimates, the payback period for a Bitcoin miner is 600 days, while for the same metric on Ether it only takes 200 days. But this goodness won’t last forever. Read about what threatens the development of Ethereum below.
Hardware and Filling – Halfway to Success
Experienced folks advise taking the most productive video cards, for example, the latest models from Nvidia and AMD. When choosing, pay attention to the amount of video memory (ideally from 2 GB), memory speed (with DDR 5 memory), bus width (better with a 256-bit bus), and cooling (basically there’s no competition to Radeon devices). Take Radeon RX 570, this 169 USD card produces 24-30 Mh/s, which is superb.
The Illusion of Stability
The entire multi-million community of Ether lovers trembled in early August when the Ethereum Classic network was subjected to several 51% attacks at once. In addition, in the first half of 2020 alone, over 5 attacks were carried out on popular DeFi platforms, including Balancer ($500,000 stolen) and bZx (17,500 ETH were stolen in total). Moreover, cybercriminals do not always use technical vulnerabilities, sometimes good old social engineering works.
Reduction of Reward
Ethereum developers have proposed to reduce the block mining reward by 75%. ConsenSys Managing Director John Leelik published the EIP-2878 proposal aimed at reducing inflation and preserving purchasing power. If supported, the reward will drop to 0.5 ETH.
The transition of ETH to ETH 2.0 (PoS)
We already wrote about this in the article "Problems of Ethereum Mining", and you can also watch the interview by Peter McCormack with the project founder Vitalik Buterin.
While the opportunity is still there, we offer everyone to get the most out of it and mine profitably. For example, take a closer look at the new CoinFLy ETH Pool, that nowadays offers more rewards than others, at least by 10%.
Profit That is Not Profit
A hidden and obvious problem is choosing the pool based on its profitability. If you only have a few capacities, then it is better to choose a pool that uses the PPS+ model, if you’ve got a lot of them, then a powerful pool with PPLNS is better. And if you’ve got so many capacities that there’s even enough for others, then you can also go SOLO, buddy. More details - here.
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About problems of Ethereum miners

Bitcoin miners are massively switching to Ethereum. According to 8btc estimates, the payback period for a Bitcoin miner is 600 days, while for the same metric on Ether it only takes 200 days. But this goodness won’t last forever. Read about what threatens the development of Ethereum below.
Hardware and Filling – Halfway to Success
Experienced folks advise taking the most productive video cards, for example, the latest models from Nvidia and AMD. When choosing, pay attention to the amount of video memory (ideally from 2 GB), memory speed (with DDR 5 memory), bus width (better with a 256-bit bus), and cooling (basically there’s no competition to Radeon devices). Take Radeon RX 570, this 169 USD card produces 24-30 Mh/s, which is superb.
The Illusion of Stability
The entire multi-million community of Ether lovers trembled in early August when the Ethereum Classic network was subjected to several 51% attacks at once. In addition, in the first half of 2020 alone, over 5 attacks were carried out on popular DeFi platforms, including Balancer ($500,000 stolen) and bZx (17,500 ETH were stolen in total). Moreover, cybercriminals do not always use technical vulnerabilities, sometimes good old social engineering works.
Reduction of Reward
Ethereum developers have proposed to reduce the block mining reward by 75%. ConsenSys Managing Director John Leelik published the EIP-2878 proposal aimed at reducing inflation and preserving purchasing power. If supported, the reward will drop to 0.5 ETH.
The transition of ETH to ETH 2.0 (PoS)
We already wrote about this in the article "Problems of Ethereum Mining", and you can also watch the interview by Peter McCormack with the project founder Vitalik Buterin.
While the opportunity is still there, we offer everyone to get the most out of it and mine profitably. For example, take a closer look at the new CoinFLy ETH Pool, that nowadays offers more rewards than others, at least by 10%.
Profit That is Not Profit
A hidden and obvious problem is choosing the pool based on its profitability. If you only have a few capacities, then it is better to choose a pool that uses the PPS+ model, if you’ve got a lot of them, then a powerful pool with PPLNS is better. And if you’ve got so many capacities that there’s even enough for others, then you can also go SOLO, buddy. More details - here.
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