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|The price of #ASK today is $0.000355 USD.|
The lowest ASK price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000355, and the exact current price of one ASK crypto coin is $0.00035513.
The all-time high ASK coin price was $0.012.
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|The code for Permission Coin crypto currency is #ASK. |
Permission Coin is 1.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Permission Coin is $1,888,942.|
Permission Coin is ranking upwards to #1219 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is modest today for #ASK.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Permission Coin is $12,677.
|The circulating supply of ASK is 5,318,979,678 coins, which is 5% of the total coin supply.|
|ASK has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 2 crypto exchanges.|
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2022: The Permission Year that Was
2023 is now upon us and we wanted to take a moment to thank all of our amazing community members for their incredible support. Team Permission spent this past year marching ever closer toward fulfilling our mission to enable users to earn from their data. Over the last 12 months, we have continued to expand our team of talented engineers, sales executives, advertising specialists, and marketing professionals. We’ve also built upon our platform capabilities to help brands “ASK permission” and offer tokenized rewards to users in exchange for their data, loyalty, and engagement. As we march into another productive year, we are excited to share a celebratory recap of our most noteworthy accomplishments in 2022! — January & February - Kicked off the year with a smooth transition of the Permission network to Switzerland and received confirmation of ASK’s classification as a utility token under Swiss law. Rounded out early ’22 wins when ASK listed on a top-tier exchange, Gate.io! — March & April - Majorly advanced our mission with the successful launch of Permission Ads, the first-ever (patent-pending) crypto-rewards ad platform that enables brands to offer tokenized rewards (ASK tokens, NFTs, and other digital assets) across the open web to incentivize data-sharing and engagement. — May & June - Our most significant blockchain tech stack accomplishment of 2022, we developed proprietary bri...
Omnichannel Includes Web3
Omnichannel includes Web3 - Web3 represents a unique and untapped opportunity for brands to develop trust and transactions with consumers. The value exchange and loyalty rewards programs available in Web3 are a paradigm shift that sets the stage for a new era of engagement between brands and consumers. “Web3 technology definitely has the potential to help us build some really great new consumer experiences” ~ Suzie Caldwell, General Manager Client Product & Strategy, News Corp. — Evolution of the web and omnichannel marketing - The web is evolving into a more consumer-centric landscape. Consumers are gaining greater control and ownership over their data and digital identities. In a nascent but fast-evolving Web3, blockchain is the technological lynchpin. Some argue that BigTech’s data stronghold coupled with consumer data protection legislation are accelerating development of Web3. As a marketer, you may be wondering — what’s the big deal? — Web3 brand manners: ask first, then engage - Web3 is an opportunity for brands to more directly engage with consumers, regaining and/or establishing new levels of trust. In Web2 typical ad delivery is based on an interruptive model — ads are injected, float over content, or are auto played, creating a subpar user experience for consumers. In contrast, the Web3 advertising model is about asking permission before a brand tells its story or makes an off...
Transparency in Programmatic Advertising
Why transparency in programmatic media buying matters - On a macro level, business transparency is paramount for a company to achieve success and deliver optimal performance. Regardless of industry, supply chain optimization (SCO) requires visibility across the partner ecosystem. Similar to the adage that “you’re only as strong as the weakest link,” an opaque supply chain opens the door for some partners to extract more value than they add. In the digital ad industry, complexities in programmatic buying and selling of ads creates a plethora of ways for weak links to extract or in the case of bad actors — steal — from the ad ecosystem. In the United States, programmatic buying and selling of digital advertising will account for $123B in 2022, representing 90% of display ad spend. Transparency into where programmatic media budgets are being spent is key to unlocking media buying efficiencies. Additionally, understanding media placements is critical for protecting the brand’s reputation, while gaining valuable engagement insights that inform your business’s strategy. — Visibility is the first step to improving media efficiency - By gaining control and transparency into programmatic media buying, your business can accelerate its performance and gain greater efficiency. An analysis of performance at a granular level that enables your business to make both micro and macro level adjustments to enhance ove...
While the global economy remains shaky, we continue building the foundation for Web3 Advertising–a…
Permission.io Newsletter September 2022 - While the global economy remains shaky, we continue building the foundation for Web3 Advertising–a new paradigm of engagement between brands and consumers, an equitable value exchange that is long overdue. — Permission Growth - Permission is proud to be named the top partner of the quarter for Unstoppable Domains — the #1 provider of Web3 domains. Grab your slice of the next internet before it’s gone! We’re running multiple campaigns for global clients including a crypto-infused gaming project. On the tech side, we powered up our ad platform, integrating with best-in-class customer data platform, Treasure Data. We’re also thrilled to bolster Team Permission team by adding ad-tech industry veteran Duane Dirstine to our roster! — Two for Review - As Permission operates at the intersection of advertising and cryptocurrency, here are two big news stories we wanted to highlight: South Korea’s privacy watchdog issued $72 million in fines to the Big Tech Band (e.g. Google and Meta) for non-compliance. Takeaway: always ASK for Permission! Starbucks announced a Web3 loyalty rewards program, run on the Polygon blockchain. Craving an iced latte with an NFT topper? Takeaway: the next logical step for rewards programs is opt-in advertising. Bonus: Polygon powers Permission too. — As Seen On: - IAB Audience Connect Permission’s Lauren Griewski discusse...
How NFTs Take Brands to the Next Level
Lauren Griewski As marketers look for authentic ways to engage with hyperconnected and perhaps over stimulated consumers, the stage is being set for next-level brand engagement. As more consumers join the Web3 movement, awareness and adoption of blockchain-based technologies — including non-fungible tokens (NFTs) — is accelerating. The use case and value proposition of NFTs is virtually unlimited, allowing marketers to reimagine how their brand engages with consumers. — What are NFTs? - NFTs are unique digital assets that live on the blockchain and can be bought, sold or traded — much like art and other collectibles. NFTs are like snowflakes: no two are alike. As we will see, NFT use cases are only limited by one’s imagination — from IRL (in real life) to the metaverse. While NFTs have been around since 2014, they’ve become significantly more popular over the last couple of years. This year, NFT sales have already eclipsed $27 billion, compared to $95.11 million in 2020 and $25.51 billion in 2021. To date, the largest NFT sale clocks in at a whopping $69.3 million, when Christie’s auctioned off digital artist Beeple’s one-of-a-kind work. With so much market activity, it comes as no surprise that brands across a variety of verticals are developing NFT strategies in order to capitalize on the opportunity to create new touch points with consumers. — How are brands currently using NFTs...
Permission.io Partners with Treasure Data to Launch Dedicated Customer Data Platform for the Web3 Ecosystem - Advertisers can now maximize Permission.io’s crypto audience with Treasure Data’s advanced analytics and customer journey orchestration capabilities Permission.io is thrilled to announce its partnership with Treasure Data through which it will utilize its Customer Data Cloud suite of solutions, including its award-winning enterprise customer data platform (CDP). The collaboration allows advertisers using Permission Ads — the industry’s first demand-side platform offering crypto rewards — to leverage Treasure Data’s CDP to collect, unify, and segment customer profiles. With this new integration, Permission.io has greatly expanded its infrastructure and utility for the Permission Token (ASK), which powers a new Web3 advertising model based on user consent and value exchange. Permission Ads enables advertisers to allocate ASK tokens as part of their campaigns, and reward users for engaging with ads and sharing zero-party data. By asking permission and incentivizing users to opt-in, advertisers build permissioned, first-party audiences while respecting user privacy. Now, brands and agencies using Permission.io’s proprietary DSP can harmonize Web3 user engagement within the larger marketing ecosystem and establish a single source of truth through Treasure Data. “As brands strive to improve user expe...
Programmatic Best Practices
Consumers are inundated with ads, many of which are not relevant - Today’s consumers are “always on,” toggling between digital devices. Consumer PC and mobile activities provide signals that enable data-driven marketing for brands that target ads based on attributes including device, content and behavior. In the digital era, programmatic advertising has been heralded as the de facto solution to deliver the right message, at the right time, to the right person. However, even with the data deluge and AI-infused technology at the marketers’ fingertips, brands still struggle to gain mindshare with the digital consumer. This is because consumers are inundated with thousands of ads on a daily basis. In addition to hyper-targeted ad campaigns, there are mass reach and direct response campaigns simultaneously competing for eyeballs. Despite all of the programmatic potential, banner burnout is a major roadblock for brands competing in what is considered Web 2 (for historical perspective, Web 1 is considered 1990s to early 2000s). While campaign measurement and analytics continue to evolve, campaigns that drive a mere one engagement per 1,000 ads (0.1% CTR) are typically considered a success. Instead of blaming tired creative, bad audience data, or an algorithm that missed the mark, perhaps it is the programmatic advertising model that needs a refresh? Given the glut of ads being cranked out, it’s no wonder that even the mo...
The Dangers of the Metaverse for Data Privacy
As we move towards Web 3.0, a new level of Internet immersion, commonly called the Metaverse, is beginning to take shape. The effects of such high levels of augmented and virtual reality are yet to be determined. One matter in particular, that of data privacy, which has created significant controversy in the current generation of the Internet, can only be expected to compound as technologies advance. Many are questioning how such an interactive environment, likely integrating advertisement even further into our Internet experience than at present, will impact data privacy and security. As personal information such as biometric data (facial and bodily features, fingerprinting and beyond) becomes more ingrained for technology such as avatars, and the real world further blends with the virtual, companies will need to take significant precautions to uphold the trust of their users. Follow @PermissionIO Skeptics of the Metaverse are fearing unparalleled levels of user surveillance once new technology is implemented. In 2021, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen told the Associated Press that the Metaverse will require “many, many more sensors in our homes and our workplaces.” Though the company pushing the Metaverse the hardest, Facebook, recently rebranded as Meta, has claimed that it will look into how it can minimize the amount of data collected, this is difficult to imagine in practice. Just 20 minutes of VR usage can gen...
We’re excited to announce that Duane Dirstine has joined Permission as Senior Director, Sales and…
Permission.io Adds Facebook’s Duane Dirstine to Sales & Brand Partnerships Team - We’re excited to announce that Duane Dirstine has joined Permission as Senior Director, Sales and Brand Partnerships. Duane brings to Permission more than 25 years of experience cultivating partnerships with global brands and agencies, most recently serving as Sales Director for Moloco, a leading mobile demand-side platform (DSP) which attained unicorn status during its recent Series C fundraising. While at Moloco, Duane was instrumental in onboarding key financial services clients and helping them leverage AI to maximize return on investment (ROI). Prior to Moloco, he was an account executive at Liftoff, a leading mobile app marketing and retargeting platform providing access to over 3 billion consumers worldwide. Duane also managed a diverse roster of brands as a Client Partner at Facebook (Meta), optimizing omni channel campaigns for key financial services clients, as well as performance marketers. During Facebook’s early days, the company and its clients focused almost exclusively on “Likes” — Duane quickly educated clients on ways to leverage Facebook as a direct response platform. His early wins included Farmers Insurance, TurboTax & Experian. “Duane is an ad industry veteran who will accelerate our sales efforts as brands look to innovate and drive new forms of permission-based engagement in Web3 advertising,” s...
Permission.io Partners with Unstoppable Domains
We’re thrilled to announce a partnership with Unstoppable Domains, the leading platform for Web3 digital identity with more than 2.4 million registered NFT (non-fungible token) domains. Through the partnership, Unstoppable Domains will provide each active Permission user with a $40 credit that can be used to purchase a multi-functional domain that serves as a digital ID and name to send and receive crypto assets — rather than using standard wallet addresses. “Our partnership with Unstoppable Domains is one we are truly excited to share with our community,” said Thomas Shin, CEO of Permission.io. “Permission and Unstoppable Domains share the same Web3 ethos of consumer data agency and ownership. Through our new partnership, we are enabling our Permission user base a slice of the new internet, allowing them further accessibility and ease of use to a variety of activities as the Web3 economy takes shape. Unstoppable Domains allows users to carve out their piece of Web3 (much like a Web2 domain) with the added benefits of a digital ID and wallet for sending/receiving cryptocurrency and NFTs. A flexible nomenclature allows users to create personalized domains (e.g. yourname.wallet) that are much easier to remember than the typical 30-plus character crypto wallet, creating a more seamless onboarding experience for users looking to get into the Web3 space. “Unstoppable Domains exists to enable user-owned, digital i...
More Permission Coin (#ASK) News
|82% of Millionaires Ask About Putting Crypto in Their Portfolios, Survey...
Asset management firm Devere Group says that 82% of millionaires surveyed have asked their financial advisors about adding cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin, to their portfolios despite the crypto winter. 'Wealthy investors understand that digital currencies are the future of money, and they don't want to be left in the past,' the firm's chief executive said.Millionaires to Capitalize in Forthcoming Crypto Bull Run, Devere Says
Devere Group, a global financial advisory and asset management firm with $12 billion in assets under management (AUM) worldwide, published the results of its crypto survey Monday. Devere found that among its millionaire clients with between $1 million and $5 million of investable assets, 82% have sought advice about investing in cryptocurrencies. Without providing additional details, the asset management firm wrote:
Eight out of 10 high net worth (HNW) individuals have asked their financial advisers about including cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin, into their portfolios over the last 12 months - despite the market experiencing a difficult year in 2022.
'In 2022, the crypto market delivered its worst performance since 2018, with bitcoin, the headline-grabbing market leader, falling about 75% during the year,' Devere Group CEO Nigel Green commented. He explained that the crypto price drops resulted from investors reducing 'their exposure to risk-on assets, including stocks and crypto, due to heightened concerns about inflation and slower economic growth...
|South Korean Authorities Ask Exchanges to Block LFG From Withdrawing Fun...
South Korean police are reportedly looking to freeze assets associated with the non-profit organization Luna Foundation Guard (LFG) following the eventful collapse of Terra (LUNA).
According to South Korea's national broadcaster Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), on Monday (May 23, 2022), the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency asked several exchanges in the country to prevent LFG from withdrawing funds.
Although such platforms are not mandated by law to carry out the police request, it remains unclear if they would actually take any action.
The latest development follows the collapse of Terra's native coin LUNA and the de-pegging of its algorithmic stablecoin UST earlier in May. The crash led to massive losses for investors, who later slammed Terra co-founder Do Kwon with a lawsuit, accusing him of fraud.
There were earlier reports stating that Do Kwon could appear before South Korean authorities concerning UST's price plunge. The country's national tax service also hit the Terra co-founder with a $78 million fine for tax evasion. Nevertheless, Kwon claimed that his company had resolved all of its taxation issues in Korea.
Regarding the request to freeze LFG's assets, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency claimed that there were clues that point to the group's funds being linked to embezzlement.
|Korean Police Ask Crypto Exchanges to Freeze Luna Foundation Guard&rsquo...
The South Korean police have reportedly launched an investigation into possible embezzlement involving an employee of Terraform Labs. To prevent fund transfers, the police have requested crypto exchanges to freeze the Luna Foundation Guard's accounts.Embezzlement Investigation and Asset Freeze
The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency's Cybercrime Investigation Unit announced Monday that it has launched an investigation into possible embezzlement by an employee of Terraform Labs, local media reported.
An official from the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency was quoted by Chosun as saying:
We have received information that there is a person suspected of embezzling corporate funds who is believed to be an employee of Terraform Labs.
The police received reports of the alleged embezzlement in the middle of this month and have been looking into the case. As part of the investigation, the police plan to check the details of cash and crypto transactions of Terraform Labs and the Luna Foundation Guard (LFG).
The police explained that there is evidence that embezzled funds had flowed into the Luna Foundation Guard's accounts. The cybercrime unit has therefore requested major domestic cryptocurrency exchanges, such as Upbit and Bithumb, to 'urgently' freeze the accounts belonging to the Luna Foundation Guard to prevent withdrawals of funds held at crypto exchanges.
However, the police's freeze request is not a compulsory matter according to Korean laws and regulations but a mat...
|Crypto Businesses Ask 27 EU Finance Ministers to Loosen Disclosure Requi...
Forty-six European crypto businesses and organizations have asked finance ministers in 27 European countries to loosen some regulatory requirements for the crypto industry. For example, they asked for decentralized finance (defi) projects to be excluded from the requirements to register as legal entities.
Crypto Industry's Letter to EU Policymakers
Forty-six European crypto businesses and organizations have sent a letter to 27 EU finance ministers regarding disclosure requirements for crypto transactions, Reuters reported this week, noting that it has seen the letter.
In the letter, dated April 13, the businesses and organizations asked EU policymakers to ensure their regulations do not extend beyond the existing rules that are in line with the standards set by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
They raised concerns about the rules requiring crypto firms to obtain information on parties involved in digital currency transfers. Specifically, they asked that the EU excludes decentralized projects, including decentralized finance (defi), from the requirements to register as legal entities. They also noted that certain decentralized stablecoins should not be subject to the Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) regulatory framework.
The proposals leading to public disclosure of transaction details and wallet addresses 'will put every digital asset owner at risk' by reducing crypto holders' privacy and safety, the letter's organizers noted.
The European Parliament voted to advance th...
|Lawmakers Ask The CFTC To Clarify Their Role Monitoring Crypto Risks
Bipartisan lawmakers from the U.S. House and Senate Agriculture Committees have requested clear information from the chair of the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) about the crypto industry and their role in monitoring it and taking enforcement actions. The CFTC chair Rostin Behnam intends to expand the regulator's authority over the crypto market. Democrats and Republicans from the Senate and House Agriculture Committees agreed that the agency plays a “critical role“. In a letter that Bloomberg described as 'a rare show of bipartisanship in a divided Congress', the lawmakers asked chair Benham to answer several questions in order 'To understand the scope and size of digital asset markets, the benefits and risks presented by these emerging technologies' and 'the role of the Commission with respect to these markets'. 'The CFTC has a critical role to play to ensure the integrity of digital asset markets. While some of these technologies have the potential to modernize the financial system, it is imperative that customers are protected from fraud and abuse and that these markets are fair and transparent.' The lawmakers approached the risks of the crypto industry and called for the CFTC to widen their engagement to protect consumers from losses and scams. The letter details alleged risks from the industry and reiterated that the CFTC is enabled by the Commodity Exchange Act to take enforcement actions for violations coming from digital asset marketplaces. 'Despite...