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|The last known price of #NBX is $0.000192 USD.|
Please note that the price of #NBX was last updated over 180 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #NBX statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.
The lowest NBX price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000192, and the exact last price of NBX was $0.00019215.
The all-time high NBX coin price was $0.09.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of NBX with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for Noxbox crypto currency is #NBX. |
Noxbox is 4.8 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Noxbox is not available at this time.|
Noxbox is ranking downwards to #10329 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is unknown during the past 24 hours for #NBX.|
|The circulating supply of NBX is 80,571,745 coins, which is 81% of the total coin supply.|
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 u...
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 https://netbox.global/files/Netbox-Coin-Masternode-Instruction.pdf 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 Mast...
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-...
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 toda...
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 betwee...
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 distri...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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|Next Block Expo Returns to Berlin – Leading European Blockchain Fe...
[PRESS RELEASE - Berlin, Germany, September 7th, 2023]
Next Block Expo (NBX), the Blockchain Festival of Europe, is set to make its return to Berlin on December 4th and 5th. 2500+ Attendees, 140+ Speakers, 60+ Exhibitors, 8 Awards Categories.
The third edition of the highly anticipated event will take place at the iconic CineStar Cinema, located in the heart of Berlin, just steps away from the world-famous Weihnachtsmarkt.
The two-day event will explore the latest developments and trends in various fields, including DeFi, Metaverse, NFT, Gaming, Privacy, Scaling, Exchanges, Venture Capital, Fundraising, Legal/Tax, Payments, and Security, gathering top Web3 brands and speakers.
Over the years, the conference has hosted top brands, including Binance, Ethereum Foundation, Polygon, Cosmos, Polkadot, Solana, Near, Aleph Zero, and many others.
Igneus Terrenus, Partner Relations at BitDAO & Public Liaison at Mantle, commented on the event, stating: 'NBX is a prime barometer for the industry’s health and vibrancy, allowing an unvarnished look into regional insights and setting a fabulous stage for global ideas.'
Organizers have curated special formats including Trading Zone, Women in Web3 with dedicated content and networking sessions, Pitch Contest for Web3 Startups, Hackathon, and much more.
To enhance networking and collaboration opportunities, all Next Block Expo attendees will gain access to a highly valued smart-networking app dedicated to the event where they can:
|Next Block Expo Concludes Successful 2nd Edition in Warsaw, Celebrating ...
[PRESS RELEASE - WARSAW, POLAND, June 6th, 2023]
The second edition of the Next Block Expo (NBX) has recently concluded in Warsaw, Poland, with impressive results highlighting the vibrant energy and forward momentum of the Web 3.0 ecosystem. The event, held at the Multikino Zlote Tarasy Warsaw venue on May 24-25, saw the attendance of 1,583 participants, hosting 88 speakers, 25 exhibitors, and 134 media partners & ambassadors, along with 4,283 cups of coffee that were served throughout the event.
The conference showcased world-class speakers who delivered keynote presentations and participated in engaging panel discussions. These thought leaders shared their insights and expertise, driving thought-provoking dialogues that inspired and challenged attendees.
The expo was a bustling marketplace of ideas and opportunities, with exhibitors from top Web3 brands showcasing their latest technologies and initiatives. The event was also significantly supported by media partners and ambassadors, helping to amplify the reach and impact of the event.
NBX Warsaw offered a rich networking experience facilitated by a dedicated networking app, Brella, which was used to arrange 1,619 meetings and enabled more than 1,000 open chats, with a total of 3,995 individual chat messages exchanged. The app was a hub of activity with a total of 6,548 interactions and 4,103 messages sent, demonstrating the value of the platform for industry engagement and connection
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