Klever Weekly Newsletter – May 6
Make money while providing liquidity to Klever Exchange. Meet 3 new ways to buy crypto with K5. Klever adds PRIMO on Klever Exchange & Now KSM is available to Swap in Klever Wallet.
Negative Maker fees for all, anyone?
Make money while providing liquidity to Klever Exchange.
By changing the way Klever Exchange handles its fees, you will be able to reap the rewards of trading on Klever Exchange on a much larger scale than before.
We removed the complex VIP leveled approach to fees and made them simple, opportunistic, and accessible to all.
Meet 3 new ways to Buy Crypto with K5
The Klever ingenuity comes from a passion for making crypto simple.
The essence of having a product that ensures that user satisfaction is met with the use of simple tools and less effort is what has been translated into the new K5 wallet.
K5 Wallet allows you to use a wide variety of decentralized applications, such as NFTs, games, entertainment, and decentralized finance. However, the users want more freedom and opportunity to use other options, especially in regions where Simplex does not authorize transactions.
Consequently, the Klever team has strengthened its relationship with payment processors by integrating three (3) new fiat on-ramp payment gateways to the new Klever 5 wallet.
Meet PRIMO: the CBD/Hemp token in the Klever Exchange
The utility token of Primo DAO is growing its community around the world and you can trade it live on Klever Exchange.
It has been already written in previous articles of mine that crypto projects and blockchain technologies are for anyone who wishes to dive into the modern and unstoppable web3 reality.
If you own a business – or an idea of a business – believe me: you can decentralize it and use blockchain and crypto for your growth and consolidation in the market.
That’s the case with Primo Ocean.
In this article, we’ll talk about one of the most hyped and talked about projects in the crypto community nowadays.
Swap KSM in the Klever Wallet
KSM is a utility token inside Kusama, the canary cousin of Polkadot
To be inside the crypto universe demands a little bit of patience and a lot of willingness to learn.
Every day you can discover more and this time, as I was preparing for this article, I discovered something really interesting that maybe not all of our readers/users know.
Klever has already posted various contents about Polkadot and its “canary cousin” Kusama. However, the term “canary” here is fundamental to fully understanding what Kusama really is.
But let’s take it back to the beginning a little bit.
KSM in Klever Wallet offers endless possibilities
You can buy, swap, bond, nominate, and more inside the Klever Wallet.
Kusama is known for being the canary network of Polkadot, and KSM is its utility token. It works as the “test” network for developers – or to be more specific, the “staging environment” with the same structure as Polkadot, but with fewer rules and limitations.
Therefore, the motto of Kusama is “Expect Chaos”, but in a good way: the canary network is used for sorting out potential problems, and at the same time it allows good quality tests for projects to be made inside of it.
Before we jump into KSM, let’s understand with more comprehension how this project works. Click below to read the full article.
What happens if you send Bitcoin to an invalid wallet?
Several wallet holders have lost funds as a result of transferring cryptos to the wrong wallet address. What to do about this?
There has always been some level of pessimism in the use of cryptocurrencies as a result of the possibility of typing the receiver’s wallet address in a wrong or invalid manner.
As a result of these long strings of alphanumeric characters associated with the wallet address, people find it difficult to type the wallet address in a correct manner. This has led to some level of discomfort for people using crypto wallets as a means of holding their funds.
But what can possibly go wrong with a wrong Bitcoin address?
Let’s find out together, click below.