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The price of #NBX today is $0.000192 USD.

The lowest NBX price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000192, and the exact current price of one NBX crypto coin is $0.00019215.

The all-time high NBX coin price was $0.09.

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The code for Noxbox crypto currency is #NBX.

Noxbox is 4.2 years old.


The current market capitalization for Noxbox is not available at this time.

Noxbox is ranking upwards to #8881, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is unknown today for #NBX.


The circulating supply of NBX is 80,571,745 coins, which is 81% of the total coin supply.


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Netbox.Global Freezing

Dear Netbox users! It is with great regret that we must inform our community that the decision to freeze Netbox.Global project was made. Read please the details below. Quick background and history The Netbox.Global project took start in 2018 by the group of crypto enthusiasts with the bright ideas to make a new browser with integrated crypto wallet and rewards just for its usage. The development process took more than 1 year and was made without any ICO or crowdfunding. During the period till 2022 there were launched a lot of blockchain products integrated into desktop and mobile Netbox.Browser like Store, Lottery, News, Quotes, Games, Bridge, DeFi and others applications and tools. In addition, many partners joined the ecosystem. NBX coin was listed on crypto exchanges and got its place in the market. Why the decision to freeze Netbox.Global The background became worse since the second part of 2021 when the team felt lack of resources: financial, human and time. The same time national crypto regulatory risks to go on with blockchain project development became real and close. Moreover, we lost a part of the core team. After months of uncertainty, disruption, attempts to find investors and transfer the project to a new team, we have regretfully decided to freeze all services and Netbox products support. It is, without a doubt, a sad day for all blockchain enthusiasts and we can’t express in words how hard it’s been for us to make this decision. Some important dates and details Freezing means that all the Netbox.Global products, services, tools and support will be disabled by March 15th, 2022. The same time all the source codes of all developed and released products will be uploaded to the official Netbox.Global Github repository and will become open source. Any new team who will be ready to go on with development, can contact us by email to get all the needed support to restart the project and receive the team funds which are around 52 mln NBX. What about Netbox.Browser? Mobile and Desktop Browsers will be still available as web browsers after March 15th, 2022 but without obligations of any support, updates and garanty of security and stable running. Thus, Desktop Netbox.Browser will support local Netbox Qt Wallet and Mobile Netbox.Browser won’t support crypto wallet at all. What about Netbox.Coins? Please move your NBX funds to any proper chain. It can be Netbox.Chain with NBX coins or Binance Smart Chain with NBXB tokens. By March 15th, 2022 the Bridge will be disabled without an option to move funds between chains. You’ll be able to Stake your NBX coins the native way with QT wallet only (Staking Pool won’t be available) and run Masternodes without any changes and restrictions if you wish. Please check out your Mnemonic phrase in advance! You should write it down and keep it safe! You can always restore your wallet with these 24 words. A note of thanks to our users and the community From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to thank every single user of Netbox. It has always been the driving force for the entire team to continue to struggle through all the problems we have faced in the past year. We did everything we could, in return for all the love, support and encouragement we have received from our users throughout this wonderful journey. We are thankful and proud of you and the Netbox.Browser which we made for you. Useful links:Telegram: https://explorer.netbox.globalWallets and products:

Netbox.Global Hard Fork

Mandatory Update Netbox.Wallet v3.5.1 is a mandatory update for all users. This release contains new rules and improvements that are not backwards compatible with older versions. Users will need to update their clients before enforcement of this update goes into effect.Update enforcement goes into effect around the block #1274500 (est. December 10, 2021 12:00 UTC) Changes: • improved staking performance; • improved masternodes payment checking; • fixed error “assert GetOutput”; • fixed some crashes; • minor wallet and API improvements.How to Upgrade: • For users: if you use Netbox.Browser then Netbox.Wallet will be upgraded automatically right now (for mobile users) or within a few days starting today (for desktop users) and no additional actions are required! • For masternode holders on own servers: you should have the latest Netbox.Wallet version 3.5.1 on both sides: masternode hosting and your local wallet. For manual masternode upgrade follow the instructions from starting from “2.4. Download the script” till the item 2.6. After reinstalling masternode you need to start your masternode: - update masternode.conf file with new “MASTERNODE PRIVATE KEY” (from the item 2.6.), see “3.9 Go to Tools > Open Masternode Configuration File” in pdf; - restart your local wallet (item 3.9.7.); - and then continue with “3.10 Click Masternodes tab” in pdf. • For masternode holders on third party services (like Gentarium, Ihostmn, Pecunia Platform and others): after Netbox.Wallet upgrade (to the latest version v3.5.1) you should open it on the tab “Masternodes” and click “Start Missing”. • For services, masternode hosting platforms, exchanges: you can download precompiled binaries for Windows, Linux and MacOS from the official Netbox.Global GitHub page: New wallet updates the wallet’s database. This process may take up to several hours if there were a lot of transactions in the wallet. Join us and stay tuned for more news very soon:Telegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

Exciting Netbox integration with Syscoin thanks to Pali Wallet

We are happy to share our new Pali Wallet integration which brings all of our 300,000+ Netbox users to the opportunities of Syscoin Platform!. — — Applications marketplace. — With the advent, development, and distribution of various blockchains, so-called distributed applications, or dApps, came into use. They are distinguished from the classic computer and mobile applications by the absence of a central server and the use of blockchains to store application data, as well as to implement the internal logic through smart contracts. — dApp catalog. — To use such applications, users shall install special add-ons in their web browsers, through which dApps will be able to perform operations in the blockchain. These add-ons are already integrated into the Netbox.Browser, making it fully available to run dApps for popular blockchains like Syscoin Platform. In addition to add-ons required to operate dApps, the Netbox.Browser contains their store — Netbox.Store, where the browser users can freely find and run dApps. The dApp developers can place dApps in the Netbox.Store that will make them available to the entire browser audience. — Pali Wallet features. — Pali Wallet is the official Syscoin browser wallet developed in a partnership formed by Syscoin Foundation and a leading blockchain development company Pollum Labs. Working directly within your Netbox browser, Pali Wallet is an easy-to-use non-custodial Web3 wallet that enables you to securely store, send, and receive SYS cryptocurrency, as well as any tokens built on the Syscoin Token Platform including NFTs and fungibles. It also supports Trezor™ hardware wallets. Pali Wallet is going much further though. Switching wallets back and forth to use different chains or dApps will soon be a thing of the past! Pali’s roadmap aims to expand support directly to other compliant Bitcoin Core chains as well as EVM chains (like Ethereum, Polygon/Matic and Binance Smart Chain). Based on all of this, Pali is your new go-to wallet, and should quickly become the most capable non-custodial browser extension wallet on the market, supporting the most dApps. Pali Wallet source code is 100% open-source and publicly audited by Cyrex, a leading software security audit firm. Pali and Syscoin are both Bitcoin Core/HD BIP 32 compliant and Web3 compliant. Developers can similarly use a single wallet API to support Bitcoin and Ethereum-like web interactions to build their dApps, specially using Syscoin Core & Syscoin NEVM, making Pali Wallet the only Web3-compatible Bitcoin wallet out there.About SyscoinSyscoin is a Bitcoin-merge-mined blockchain that’s been used, tested and improved for over 7 years. By combining the robustness and security brought by Bitcoin as well as the usability and expandability from Ethereum, Syscoin is a best-of-both-worlds blockchain that also leverages state-of-the-art technologies such as Z-DAG and ZK-Rollups in order to bring users fast, cheap and secure transactions and smart contracts. Another breakthrough on the path to creating a really decentralized Internet! Join the future with Netbox.Global! Download Netbox.Browser and be rewarder daily: https://netbox.globalTelegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

Why Web 3.0 will change your life

The next generation of the internet is upon us, and it has the potential to change our lives. Our online networks will be developed through open-source software that’s created by an open as well as an accessible community. This means that you’ll have a transparent overview of how each and every part that makes the networks tick is created, what resources are collected, and how the data is calibrated. These networks will allow users to interact either publicly or privately, depending on their preferences. In other words, we won’t really have enormous corporations that handle all of this data, such as Google, Facebook, or Microsoft, for example, as they won’t oversee just about everything that occurs online. Another aspect through which Web 3.0 is intended to be revolutionary is in its permissionless nature, or in other words, anyone can join without meeting any requirements from any group out there. — Web 3.0 Main Features. — Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web back in 1989, coined the term Semantic Web, which is typically described to explain Web 3.0. The idea here is that web technologies can be improved by enhancing the way through which users can create, share and connect to their content. However, the key features of Web 3.0 are intended to be artificial intelligence and machine learning. Through machine learning, the technology can detect patterns in content, something we see today in its infancy through specific search engines. Additionally, through artificial intelligence, computers will have the ability to process information in a similar way as we do. Through the usage of natural language processing, the web will be able to provide people with a lot more relevant and reasonable results. Today, we have an ecosystem of interconnected applications. However, these are locked to specific brands or companies and rarely communicate between any external applications. Through Web 3.0 developments, all of the information will be connected, which allows all devices as well as services to use the same data. Then you have decentralization and cross-platform access. A decentralized web can be defined as this system of interconnected computers. The main difference is that all of them are privately owned and independent. They work together to provide private, secure, and censorship-resistant access to the internet as well as its services. This is something we have seen today in the form of blockchain networks, where miners or nodes use their computing power to verify transactions within this network. This means that no central authority or data hosting service controls them, but a peer-to-peer (P2P) infrastructure does. — How Web 3.0 changes your life. — There are several ways through which you, or any other user really, will benefit from all of these improvements that will be introduced In Web 3.0. For one, you will have a personalized experience like never before. You see, online advertisements are intended to fit your specific needs, and within the current infrastructure, you will typically end up seeing ads for things that you do not really require. Web 3.0 is intended to be better in this aspect due to the fact that through machine learning, it can predict your patterns and push advertisements for what you need, the moment you need it, not ones that a specific company is trying to push out. You will also receive better search engines and search results, where you will be able to communicate with a personal assistant in a way through which you would communicate to a person. What this means is that Web 3.0 is intended to bypass all of the limitations currently found on personal assistants within our smartphone devices. Additionally, you will also get higher-quality applications, which can enrich your experience through specific features and ease of use. Your data will be kept private, assuming you want to keep it private. For years, there have been controversies as to how companies keep our data and give it to advertisers or other companies for specific research. Through Web 3.0, all of your data can be kept to yourself, as the web will be decentralized, and no central servers can collect the data, to begin with. Furthermore, we will see the decentralization of file storage. This has important implications for data ownership, as personal information won’t be stored in large data centers and databases which tech companies own. All of the applications and the users will from that point onward be controlled through a single company. — Where Netbox.Browser fits in. — Of course, you also have the ability to earn from your daily browsing activities, such as from using the Netbox.Browser. This browser application and many other applications out there can fill their role in securing a network by validating the transactions that occur within it. In this specific case, the browser fills the role of a network validator and earns you cryptocurrency coins which you can later on use within its ecosystem. You are literally profiting from just being online. The future of the web is intended to bring the power back to the user, where they have full control over their personal data, files, where they have personalized content delivered to them when they need it, all of which is powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning. This is how Web 3.0 will change your life. Join us and stay tuned for more news very soon:Telegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

The future of the Internet is here, and it’s really cool

With the introduction of cryptocurrencies as well as their corresponding blockchain technology, we did not just witness how the future of finance would look like, but how the entire internet would reshape itself. Web 3.0 is the next step in a generational leap when it comes to technology. The main difference between it, and our current Web 2.0 infrastructure is that it has a heavy reliance on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Through it, the main goal of its development is to create an open, connected as well as intelligent network of websites as well as applications, something that’s possible today through the usage of blockchain technology. The biggest promise that Web 3.0 has is that data will be interconnected in a decentralized way, much different when compared to the current centralized way through which data is stored. However, we are actually living in the future, as blockchain technology comes really close to the fulfillment of this task. — Impact of blockchain technology. — The change the blockchain represents to our digital world is enormous. It has evolved to such a massive scale and has evolved to something truly spectacular. It has enabled the internet to have a higher level of transparency due to the fact that it essentially allows users to view the entire blockchain network, where they can see the trail of transactions. Additionally, blockchain enables a shared infrastructure between parties, which allows processes to run through smart contracts, saving time and money. Through the usage of smart contracts, transactions can be executed between participants automatically and in synchronization. Network participants entrust the network of distributed ledgers based on their level of encryption and immutable transaction history. What this essentially means is that each transfer, and each transaction, has to be verified before the final changes are recorded onto the blockchain network. Blockchain technology has found its way to a lot of industries, and all of this is powered by the internet. This is one primary reason as to why the future is here, and has been here for quite a long time now, the only limitation currently is its mainstream adoption. — The decentralized Web. — When we translate this to internet usage, you are essentially getting access to a high level of decentralization. A decentralized network works through a peer-to-peer connectivity method, where the computer requests services and provides them to you. Decentralized web protocols will typically use specific links which identify information based on the content, or in other words, what it is instead of where it is. Blockchain technology Is secure and allows for a high level of encryption. It tracks ownership securely, even in environments without trust. Then you have privacy. Without a centralized entity that can collect and process all of your personal data, you are provided with a much higher level of privacy. This means that your data essentially doesn’t get used by enormous corporations for targeted advertisements or analytical data. — Netbox.Global. — When it comes to Netbox.Global, is a blockchain-powered platform, and it has a product in its lineup known as the Netbox.Browser is an application that specifically serves the main function of providing users web access while also maintaining the functionality of the entire Netbox.Chain blockchain network. This makes it a web browser with no centralized infrastructure, which means that all of the user data belongs only to the user. The decisions on the areas of the development of the browser can also be made by the community as well. The Netbox.Chain is a network, or more specifically, a distributed transaction ledger with transactions that are written in sequential order into data structures called blocks. This means that each block points to the previous one, so it is always possible to know the state of the network at any point in time. — The bottom line. — In other words, Netbox is just a representation of the future of the internet we are living in. The Netbox.Browser essentially provides you with passive income just when you use it to browse throughout your various searches, all without using your computer resources and by implementing Proof-of-Stake (PoS) as a consensus mechanism. In other words, a browser powers an entire network. This network is powered by each individual user who has downloaded and installed the browser, and as such, all of the services available throughout the entire ecosystem are powered by the users. The users earn the native cryptocurrency NBX coins for that specific network passively, which they can re-use to get access to the various services of the network. What was once a simple internet, where you would just get online, search what you need to search for in a search engine, and be done with it, has re-shaped and become something truly exceptional. The future of the internet is here, where a decentralized system works through the power of each individual user and essentially, in a way, powers itself. This leads to a heightened level of usability, a smarter allocation of resources, and a much higher level of trust and transparency. Join us and stay tuned for more news very soon:Telegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

Think about what a Browser can be

Today, we will be taking an in-depth look at the interconnected parts of the Netbox Browser and see how they can shape its future development. — A Look Back at Browsing. — When we first started using a web browser, they served quite a simple role really. The first web browser was known as WorldWideWeb and was written in 1990. The main, and for a prolonged period of time, the only purpose of a web browser was to connect us with the URL address that we would lookup. Before search engines such as Google hopped up, we had to manually type our favorite pages’ URLs to access them. This didn’t stop us, though. However, as the internet evolved, so did our requirements for web browsers, and they had to evolve alongside our interests. We got multiple tabs, bookmarks, favorites, read later tabs, integration with applications directly through the browsers, mobile-optimized versions of the browsers, and so on. However, this was only tailored towards just helping us surf the web a little bit easier for a prolonged period of time. — The Browser Reimagined. — That evolved the moment blockchain technology got introduced to us, where Netbox.Browser jumped in immediately and became the first decentralized blockchain-based web browser. To leverage this blockchain technology, the Netbox.Browser started going things a little bit differently. It takes advantage of what is known as the Netbox.Chain, which is a distributed transaction ledger where the transactions are written sequentially into data structures. Additionally, each block points to a previous block where the network state gets known at all times. The interesting part about all of this is that every single client of the Netbox.Browser which is connected to the internet fills the role of a node that confirms and stores the truth of data blocks, something achievable through the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) mechanism, where every web browser can verify the blocks and ensure their truth with Netbox.Coins. The Netbox.Browser has an integrated blockchain as well as an integrated wallet.The current pillars of the Netbox.Chain However, Netbox.Browser doesn’t stop here. You also get access to a complete set of decentralized products, which provide maximum services and features that offer a high level of convenience. You can do so much with a browser today; it’s really wild when you think about it. Here’s what you get access to through the Netbox.Chain line of offerings:Netbox.Browser — A web browser where you can get paid for your daily browsing habits.Netbox.Coin — The native cryptocurrency token that powers the Netbox.Chain.Netbox.Wallet — A cryptocurrency wallet that supports multiple cryptocurrency tokens.Netbox.Pay — a payment solution provided to you by the Netbox.Chain.Netbox.Store — a decentralized application (dApp) store for free and safe distributed applications.Netbox.News — A sub-product within the Netbox.Browser, which provides quick and easy access to news regarding cryptocurrencies and the blockchain.Netbox.Quotes — A plugin through which you can watch cryptocurrency rates on your screen.Netbox.Chat — Open discussion of crypto world subjects.Netbox.Lottery — A sub-product within the Netbox.Browser implements a lottery that is based on the Netbox.Coin.Netbox.Bridge — A tridirectional and reversible cross-chain bridge.Netbox.DeFi — A set of decentralized finance (DeFi) applications.Netbox.Games — A platform that provides game developers with the ability to create new and bring existing games onto the blockchain rails.Netbox.Pay — A payment solution that leverages the Netbox.Wallet.Netbox.Vote — A method through which each member of the network can put forward their own idea and get access to direct voting and the opportunity to fund any idea.Netbox.Trust — A product in which users are able to evaluate the content to interact in the Netbox.Browser.Netbox.Video — Distributed video hosting where fragments of video files are stored on devices of the Netbox.Chain users are similar to the BitTorrent protocol.Netbox.Drive — This is a technology for distributed storage of user files, where the Netbox guarantees integrity.Chain blockchain.Netbox.Proxy — This allows users to use the internet without restrictions imposed by any third party that controls their access. — Making the connection. — At this point in time, we can see that the Netbox.Chain has truly grown into something amazing. However, this is still just the foundation of its ultimate capabilities and potential. Netbox.Chain can re-shape the way we think about the internet and implement a higher level of innovation in other fields as well, especially with the increased interest in decentralized finance (DeFi) and Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). The future of Netbox is in a lot more services and offerings, where its users will have full transparency and full control and governance power about everything that they do within the virtual world, online, and in the physical world offline. This is the beginning of a future where our lives and data are not controlled by third parties or central authorities but by us and our motivations and incentives to push things in the right direction. Just as today, you can get crypto coins to simply browse the web and use the Netbox.Browser, tomorrow, you can be incentivized in the same way to follow your goal and main passion in life, whatever it may be. The Netbox.Browser is the foundation that powers the Netbox.Chain, which brings all of the aforementioned services together and makes them accessible to anyone in the world. When you use Netbox.Browser, you generate Netbox.Coins. These are then used to power the entire ecosystem. As the ecosystem evolves, this browser will play a major role in keeping all of it working exceptionally well. Join us and stay tuned for more news very soon:Telegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

Are you using your Web browser to its fullest?

If you use just about any device, the chances are high that you spend a lot of time inside a browser window. However, aside from just using search engines such as Google or DuckDuckGo to look up specific information you require at any given moment and occasionally switching between tabs, are you using your browser to its fullest potential? To give you a bit more of a perspective as to exactly what you can do with a web browser, today we’ll be diving deep into browser use-cases, so you can analyze and see if you are taking advantage of many of the features modern browsers provide you. — Different Types of Web Browsers. — There are different types of web browsers out there. Some put their focus and emphasis on user-functionality, tailored content, and general ease of use. The main browser that fills this purpose is Google Chrome. However, it collects a lot of data to bring you such a personalized experience, where your searches are memorized, where you get tailored ads based on your search preferences, and you get an interconnected ecosystem to all Google services, such as Google Mail, Google Docs, and so on. On the other end of the spectrum, you have privacy-focused browsers such as Brave Browser, which puts the main focus on user privacy. Some browsers have built-in ad-blockers, HTTPS-only requests, and other security measurements. However, then there are other types of web browsers, such as the Netbox.Browser, which has their own cryptocurrency and crypto-ecosystem spin to their lineup of products, primarily focus on bringing value to both the end-users and the ecosystems that they power. Let’s dive in and look at some of the functionalities your browser probably has, so you can get an in-depth perspective on their usage. — General Browser Functions. — These are functions that just about any modern browser will provide you, so let’s dive into them. — Muting Websites. — Generally speaking, there are many websites out there that will automatically play a video, ad, or music whenever you visit them. These can be an annoyance, especially when they hide the option for you to easily close the medium through which the audio is shown in the question. That being the case, many browsers will allow you to mute these websites by simply right-clicking on the tab and clicking on “Mute website.” — Bringing Back Closed Tabs. — Let’s face it, at one point in time; we have all had the experience of closing a website by accident or an entire browser session with literally twenty tabs open. Many modern web browsers allow you to use keyboard shortcuts through which you can get these tabs back online with ease. The pages will be reloaded, however, but still, it’s better than having to manually type in each website yet again. All you really have to do is press “CTRL+SHIFT+T” on your keyboard, and if you’re on mobile, you should see a “restore session” or “undo” button on many of them. — Customizing the Look of the Browser. — This doesn’t just mean changing the colors or the wallpaper of your default browser page; but instead, you can add multiple aspects to the screen itself. Specifically, in the case of the Opera browser, you can have the Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, or other apps running alongside the browser tab you are viewing, which can prove to be convenient. Ensure that you take an in-depth look at your browser and see everything like this on offer. — Utilizing the Browser’s Task Manager. — Some browsers will feature a built-in task manager; what this means is that you can close problematic tabs by clicking on “End Process,” see what tabs use the most resources so you can close them and balance out your resource usage. Typically, this is an option found in the “More Tools” menu within any web browser that supports it as functionality. — Getting Paid by Using the Browser. — What if you could get paid by simply browsing? The Netbox.Browser, for example, has a built-in system, which interconnects to an entire lineup of blockchain-based products and tools, all of which are powered by the browser. In other words, it is connected to a network, where each browser client is a node that confirms and stores the truth about specific data blocks through a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. The Netbox.Browser has an integrated blockchain as well as an integrated wallet. You can earn up to ~$0.05 per day in the form of Netbox.Coins (NBX) which are the native cryptocurrency coins that power the ecosystem. They are used to power the Netbox.Chain, which is a distributed transaction ledger where the transactions are written sequentially into data structures. — Utilizing Your Browser to Its Maximum Potential. — In other words, you can use your web browser to mute websites, bring back any tabs you have closed by accident, run multiple tabs within the same window on the browser itself and customize its look and feel, and even get access to a task manager that will provide you with full control over the resources used by the web browser itself. Ultimately, the stand-out feature here that you can take full advantage of is to earn cryptocurrency by simply using your browser to power a blockchain network, one that does not even use your computer’s resources. That being said, ensure that you are using your web browser to the maximum so you can get the maximum daily utility out of it, alongside your daily browsing activities. Join us and stay tuned for more news very soon:Telegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

Netbox.Browser vs. Brave

Internet browsers are our go-to programs and applications when we want to look something up online. In fact, they have become such a fundamental part of our online browsing experience that we cannot really imagine a world without them. In fact, browsers have evolved to do a lot more than just help us browse the internet throughout the past few years. As more and more corporations are starting to collect user data and are using it for advertising purposes, privacy has never been a more integral part of the browsing experience. With that out of the way, today, we will be exploring some of the more privacy-oriented browsers out there and take an in-depth look at what they do differently. Brave Browser is the go-to privacy browser for a lot of users, but there are new participants in the space offering features powerful enough to draw users away. — Feature Breakdown. — Let’s take an in-depth look at both the Brave Browser as well as the Netbox.Browser, and hopefully, by the end of this, you can make an educated decision as to which one you will pick. — Brave. — Brave Browser is a competitor that was released on January 20 of 2016. It is an open-source web browser developed by Brave Software Inc, one based on the Chromium web browser. Initially, its privacy-focused features made it stand out, which automatically blocked online advertisements and website trackers through its default settings. Over time, throughout its various development phases, it added additional functionalities as well. The unique aspect of it is the Brave Rewards program. Here, you can earn BAT tokens just by viewing ads that respect your privacy through Brave, where you can help fund the content you enjoy seeing. When you join the rewards program, your browser automatically starts tallying the attention you spend on your device’s local storage on the sites you visit. Brave Browser sends BAT to users once a month to reflect the amount of attention you gave to participating websites. The main way these ads differentiate themselves is because they do not collect information about you, and none of your browsing activity leaves your device. When you view Brave Ads, you also receive 70% of the ad revenue. But there are some hard restrictions as well and the possibility to earn BAT tokens depends on region you live. So, for example, you can’t earn BAT tokens while residing in most of Asia region countries and some others. Alongside this, Brave claims that it fights malware and prevents tracking while keeping your information as safe and as secure as possible. You can customize your “shield settings” by enabling or disabling cross-site trackers, connections upgraded to HTTPS and script blocking. You can also tinker with the cross-site cookies and cross-site device recognition settings. You also have the general tabs and windows features, search functions, address bar, IPFS integration, extension and plugin support, and the Brave firewall and VPN. — Netbox.Browser. — The Netbox.Browser provides you with everything other browsers do; you have a search function, tabs, and other settings that you can tinker with. That being said, it doesn’t stop there, as there are specific things it does in a way that makes it stand out. Netbox.Browser was born as a blockchain-based browser that allows it to have specific features unavailable out-of-the-box on other browsers. By default, it connects to the Netbox.Chain. This is a distributed transaction ledger, and here, all of the transactions are written sequentially into data structures. Every block is connected to the block before it, and this is how the browser gets to know the state of the network at all times. Each Netbox.Browser client connects to the underlying network and serves the role of a node responsible for securing the network. Keep in mind that none of this uses your computer’s resources. Netbox.Browser comes with functions that allow it to confirm and store the truth of all of the data blocks which are generated through a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) mechanism. Through this, every single web browser can verify the blocks and ensure their truth, where in turn, it receives Netbox.Coins. The result of all of this is the fact that you can earn up to ~$0.05 per day in the form of Netbox.Coins (NBX) when you use the web browser just by using it the way you would normally use a web browser. The browser does all of the work for the network without you having to do any additional tinkering. Additionally, the browser also provides you with a web wallet that can store different cryptocurrencies, including:Browser comparison — The Advantage of Netbox.Browser. — While the Brave Browser lets you see specific advertisements that you willingly select to see, you receive BAT tokens, it has some drawbacks. For example, the crypto wallet in Brave is completely separate from the Brave Rewards. The project team released a roadmap where we can see that they are building a native C++ implementation of an Ethereum remote wallet. Keep in mind that this will be implemented in the future. Additionally, you need to actively view ads in order to get rewarded, which can be a hassle if you genuinely dislike viewing ads. However, the Netbox.Browser does things differently, as it serves the role of the node for the network that powers all of the Netbox applications. The Netbox.Wallet is already built-in, and all of the other processes are automatic. With all of that in mind, Netbox.Browser has a clearer edge here due to the fact that it is built from the ground up to be a cryptocurrency-focused browser, while Brave added the BAT token and Rewards Program after its original development cycle. While the development team at Brave is working on implementing additional functionality in the future, all of this is available today through the Netbox.Browser. Join us and stay tuned for more news very soon:Telegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

Netbox.Browser vs. Opera

Internet browsers are something we use across all of our devices. Think about it, the very second you get online, and you want to do some research on a topic or just get to a specific destination online, the main thing you boot up on your device after waking is your internet browser. Over the years, browsers have truly evolved to bring an additional level of functionality that we might have never even thought about in the past. The most used search engine is Google, and Google takes us everywhere, from locations such as Amazon to eBay; you name it, you’ll need a browser to access it. While over the years, with the evolution of smartphone technology, we did indeed see some developments when it comes to each of these services having a custom application available for your specific device, the browser has stood the test of time and has remained the go-to app for many of us. If you go out today and purchase a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or any other device with an internet connection and web functionality, the chances are high that it will come with its pre-built browser. One of the go-to browsers for many people who are a bit tech-savvy is Opera because it has some unique capabilities, and today, we will be comparing it with the Netbox.Browser so you can get a better perspective about what you are getting with each option. — Feature Breakdown. — Let’s see what both of these browsers bring to the table, so you can make a more educated decision when it comes to picking the right one for your specific needs, desires, and daily habits. — Opera. — Opera has a reputation for being the browser with one of the unique features out there in terms of everyday usage. Specifically, you get a free VPN that enhances your privacy and security but know that it can decrease your internet connection speed by quite a bit. Furthermore, you get access to workplaces, which allow you to organize tabs in groups, and in turn, lead to a heightened level of efficiency. It has a built-in ad-blocker, which, as the name implies, will block any ads that pop up on websites as well as trackers, and you can have messengers right from the browser. Since Opera was sold to a Chinese consortium in 2016, they’ve taken a crypto friendly turn. Recognizing the potential of web3, Opera was the first mainstream browser to fully embrace crypto identities alongside normal browser sessions. So now it supports with its wallet such cryptocurrencies like BTC, ETH, TRX and its tokens. There is a snapshot functionality, and this functionality specifically lets you capture and edit snapshots of pages. You get a handy video pop-out feature that allows you to detach videos in a floating window. Opera even allows you to use a battery saver mode for the laptop users out there, which extends your battery life, and the browser has a built-in unit converted that can convert currencies and units with ease. When it comes to all of these features, the main point of appeal for many users has to do with the ad blocker and VPN. But here’s the thing, there are numerous ad-blocking extensions for all other browsers out there that take less than a second to install and do similar work. The built-in VPN can be slow to connect, making your online streaming and browsing experience much slower. That being the case, while it uniquely does things and brings something new to the table out-of-the-box, it is far from the most innovative browser out there. — Netbox.Browser. — The Netbox.Browser does just about what any browser out there does. You can connect it to any search engine and use it as if you would use a normal browser daily — however, Netbox.Browser isn’t just about any other browser. You see, it is blockchain-technology based, which allows it to have specific features we don’t really find anywhere else. Let’s dive in and see how it differentiates itself from the Opera browser. You see, to function, the Netbox.Browser uses the Netbox.Chain. This is what we call a distributed transactions ledger. Here, all of the transactions are written sequentially into data structures. Every block points to the block created before it, which allows it to know the network’s state at all times. When you download and install a client of the Netbox.Browser, it connects to the network, and it serves the role of a node. This is what secures the network as well, and as a result, we get a higher level of transparency. This node has built-in functionality, which means that it confirms and stores the truth of each data block, and this is done through the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) mechanism, where every web browser can verify the blocks and ensure their truth through the Netbox.Coins. The Netbox.Browser has an integrated blockchain and even serves the role of a cryptocurrency wallet, where the wallet can store different cryptocurrencies such as the Netbox.Coin (NBX), Bitcoin (BTC), and Ethereum (ETH). So what do you get for being a node? The first thing to point out here is that the browser does not use any computing power from the device it is running on. It is simply a decentralized product that provides access to other decentralized products where users get access to farming and staking. As such, you can earn around $0.05 per day just by browsing the web.Browser comparison — Bottom Line — Netbox.Browser Takes the Lead. — While Opera does indeed stand out with its easy but slow built-in VPN, and its ad-blocker, the Netbox.Browser goes the extra distance and truly showcases what the future of browsers looks like today. After you install the Netbox.Browser you also get rewarded by simply surfing the web. There is even a referral program that gives extra rewards. Join us and stay tuned for more news very soon:Telegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

AMA with Netbox.Global at ICO Speaks: Summary

September 17th — ICO Speaks and Netbox.Global hosted an ‘Ask Me Anything’ session in the ICO Speaks Telegram Group. Representing Netbox.Global was Andrew Konon, Co-Founder and Head of Product. Netbox Introduction: Hello everyone, my name is Andrew and I am the Co-Founder and Head of Product at Netbox Global. First and foremost, thank you for having us, I’m really excited to answer all of your questions. Essentially, Netbox Global is a blockchain-based technology firm whose mission is to correct the shortcomings that are present in current web infrastructure such as web and mobile browsers. The central goal for the Netbox ecosystem is to develop products that provide the utmost value to our global community. Q: Can you please provide a brief introduction to Netbox.Global products and company mission? A: Netbox provides its consumers with a suite of over 17 decentralised products and services, including web browsers for desktop and mobile devices, online marketplaces, game creation platforms, lottery services, and more. Netbox has also partnered with a number of companies to improve the ecosystem’s security, development, and accessibility. Our mission is to make the Internet freely accessible and available to everyone. We believe that empowering people to access information should be a core human right. Netbox.Browser allows you to freely surf the Web and get daily rewards in cryptocurrency, stake, and farm coins right with your wallet! Q: Netbox has multiple blockchain based products. Most notably is their blockchain based web browser. Can you tell us why this product is superior to similar products like Brave? A: To put it straight, Brave is a great product, but with all due respect, we don’t think that the idea of eliminating ads is sustainable — blocking ads is an intrusion to the web page, which we prefer to avoid in order to guarantee the original and unmodified content of the web page. We are working towards eliminating annoying ads, like those popping up in new windows, but ads in Facebook or in Google are useful most of the time. There is a study that shows that contextual ads in Google search results pages are even more relevant to the user’s query than normal snippets. By no means do we want to eliminate it. We don’t want to ruin the ads business. Instead we’re making a bet on decentralized infrastructure, the private Internet, and internal economy and rewards. Join us and feel how Netbox.Browser makes a difference. Q: What encouraged you to tackle the shortcomings of Web 3.0 via Netbox.Global and more specifically, Netbox.Browser? A: Thank you for such a thought provoking question! A lot of it comes down to ‘impact’ and the outcomes of the actions taken everyday at Netbox. The internet is used by almost everyone in the world and there are many gaps in the transfer of value between internet browsers and product users. Netbox aims to utilize decentralization and blockchain technology to provide the most user-friendly and frictionless experience of browsing the web and making the time spent on the internet more productive by earning rewards in the form of our coin, NBX! Thus, the ‘impact’ of building user-friendly and valuable products like Netbox.Browser vastly improves the accessibility to the internet for ALL. Q: Netbox Global has grown rapidly and has amassed a large online community that’s socially engaged with your channels. How can community members become more involved with Netbox’s activities and be a part of the ecosystem? A: We’re happy to have received this question. Just recently, we announced the revitalization of one of our key community initiatives called the “Global NetBassador Program.” This is one of the biggest pillars of focus in our social media and community engagement efforts and there are tons of incentives for our NetBassadors who will join us. We’re very excited to directly work with our community to better serve them and I encourage everyone that finds value in our ecosystem and wants to contribute to our ongoing growth, to visit our Medium article (Netbox Global NetBassador Program) and apply! Q: Why did you decide to first build the Netbox.Bridge on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) as opposed to the Ethereum blockchain? A: The first step of Netbox.Bridge is a solution with Binance Smart Chain which looks more preferable at the moment from the point of transactions’ cost, users awareness, stability and future prospects. Q: Where can individuals store and trade their NBXB tokens? A: The most popular wallets you can use for storing NBXB on the Binance Smart Chain network are ‘Binance Chain Wallet’, ‘MetaMask’, ‘Trust Wallet’, and others. Additionally, DEX trading is available on PancakeSwap now: Pancake Swap Exchange — NBXB Q: Are there any ways to farm NBXB or other tokens by providing liquidity to DEX pools? A: Yes of course, it’s one of the main products we’ve released and proposed to all our users! NBXB Token holders can now earn 1,000,000 NBXB tokens by joining a farming pool and providing liquidity on PancakeSwap. You can read more about this and find all farming details in our Medium article: Netbox.DeFi and NBXB Farming Q: What are some of the most significant project updates and product expansions that you have implemented in 2021? A: The main and the starting point of growth was Mobile Netbox Browser release in March 2021 which allowed us to implement the Bridge solution to a wide mass of users. Netbox.Bridge is a tridirectional and reversible cross chain bridge to/from Ethereum Blockchain, Binance Smart Chain (BSC) and Netbox.Chain.The value can travel seamlessly between three chains: Netbox, Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain to provide access to: Smart Contracts, DeFi markets and DEX listings, such as PancakeSwap, Uniswap and others, while ensuring all NBX transactions are fast and cheap.The development of the ecosystem was logical with the launch of the Netbox.DeFi product which is now active and allows to farm NBXB tokens with current APY around 500% (Todis: Staking Tool). Q: What are Netbox.Global’s future plans for Q4 2021 and what can the global blockchain community expect to see from Netbox as we enter 2022? A: The future plans include the full redesign of the Desktop Netbox.Wallet with multilingual support which was very requested and thus, expected, by our international community and the brand new website. We also never stop researching the market and working with our roadmap to deliver best practices to Netbox users and to the entire blockchain market as well. Q: I want to invest in your project. Where can I buy your tokens? Is it available on any exchange? A: We would be glad to see you on any of the exchanges we are currently listed on! Here is a full list: Q: A big problem for a lot of Defi projects seems to be that when farming starts, the price goes down because people unload to put liquidity into the farm. Will there be an incentive to hold and not just farm and dump? A: We have a strong community of MasterNode holders who are incentivized to hold for a long term: Q: What is the Best way to follow All your Upcoming news and updates? What are your plans for the coming Future? A: Join our Telegram @netboxglobal and Twitter @NetboxGlobal to keep informed on all Netbox project updates! Q: Have you been audited? A: We have a partner which is responsible for checking all our releases for system vulnerabilities, a world wide known Kaspersky Labs. Please see our Twitter and Medium article for further details regarding our partnership and Netbox security! Q: From where you get your project name? What is the main motivation behind your project? Do you have a specific story to share? A: Netbox stands for like a box of tools to access the InterNET. It virtually contains everything you may need to surf the web safely and confidently and even get paid for the time you spend online. Check it out at our website: and don’t forget to engage your friends via our referral program to collect your bonus! ICOSpeaks hosted an AMA Session with the Netbox Team. That’s all for today. Join us and stay tuned for more news very soon:Telegram:, WhitePaper, Team: https://netbox.globalExplorer: https://explorer.netbox.globalBrowser with wallet:

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