Opera has just launched a new Crypto Browser Project, with beta versions available now for the PC, Mac and mobile phone platforms. Not your traditional web browser, this one aims to deliver a new web experience with Web3 at its core and is compatible with multiple decentralized apps.
Can’t get your hands on a decent graphics card due to the semiconductor shortage and want to mine cryptocurrency at home? Well, there’s an alternative, and it’s called CHIA. This coin may not have the market cap of bitcoin or ethereum, but it has already exceed 3 exabytes in netspace, or the space allocated to the network.
If you weren’t around to experience the Commodore 64 first hand, this 8-bit home computer, first introduced in January 1982 at the Consumer Electronics Show, is still relatively easy to find, and now, for a much more lucrative reason…Bitcoin mining. That’s right, all you’ll need is the C64 itself and a software program called C64 Bitcoin Miner, which mines the cryptocurrency a rate of 0.2 hash per second.
A non-fungible token (NFT) is essentially unit of data on a digital ledger called a blockchain, with each one representing a unique digital item, including art, audio, videos, video game items, and now, augmented reality homes. Artist Krista Kim recently sold “Mars House,” an NFT-minted digital house for 288 ether, currently valued at over $450,000 USD. This is one part of the artist’s grand vision for the role augmented reality will play in the world.