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#SFT

SFT Price:
$0.0000000212
Volume:
All Time High:
$0.08
Market Cap:
$211


Circulating Supply:
9,968,195,698
Exchanges:
1
Total Supply:
9,968,481,461
Markets:
1
Max Supply:
500,000,000
Pairs:
1



  SFT PRICE


The last known price of #SFT is $0.0000000212 USD.

Please note that the price of #SFT was last updated over 90 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #SFT statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest SFT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000000212, and the exact last price of SFT was $0.00000002124.

The all-time high SFT coin price was $0.08.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of SFT with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.


  SFT OVERVIEW


The code for Safety crypto currency is #SFT.

Safety is 2.5 years old.


  SFT MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Safety is $211.

Safety is ranking upwards to #2283 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  SFT VOLUME


There is an unknown volume of trading today on #SFT.


  SFT SUPPLY


The circulating supply of SFT is 9,968,195,698 coins, which is 1,994% of the maximum coin supply.


  SFT BLOCKCHAIN


SFT is a token on the Binance Smart Chain blockchain.


  SFT EXCHANGES


SFT has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.


  SFT RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #SFT, and you can view them on our SFT disambiguation page.


  SFT RESOURCES


Websitesftdefi.info
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  SFT DEVELOPER NEWS


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  SFT NEWS


LIF3.com integrates Fireblocks to elevate safety and security in next-ge...

    [PRESS RELEASE - Road Town, British Virgin Islands, March 26th, 2024] Lif3.com is thrilled to announce its integration with Fireblocks, an enterprise platform for building blockchain applications and managing digital asset operations. This collaboration brings together Lif3's innovative multi-chain DeFi ecosystem with Fireblocks' trailblazing security solution, including their Direct Custody platform and cutting-edge Non-Custodial Wallets-as-a-Service (WaaS) to enhance safety, security and enhance operational efficiency for the Lif3 ecosystem. With the integration of Fireblocks' Non-Custodial WaaS, Lif3 (LIF3/USD)(LIF3/USDt), the revolutionary multi-chain DeFi Layer-1 ecosystem that operates on Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, and Fantom, allows users to maintain complete control over their private keys while minimizing the risks associated with digital asset transactions. This provides consumers and investors alike with unprecedented control over their digital assets, ensuring peace of mind and trust in the security of their transactions. Lif3 is also tapping into the Fireblocks Network, a global hub to connect, transact, and collaborate with the largest community of market participants and integrated partners, to provide a seamless and secure trading environment. The collaboration also embraces Fireblocks Off Exchange, which enables trading from an on-chain MPC shared wallet and eliminates counterparty risks, further solidifying our shared vision of creating a safer, more effi... read More



BTC Dip to $40K Could Send Alts Falling by 20-30%; Can GFOX Provide a Sa...

    A market sell-off of Bitcoin (BTC) has pushed fear into the buoyant sentiment, deflating the mood. A BTC drop to $40,000 could see alts fall by 20-30%. Greyscale Bitcoin Trust sellers seem to be the main culprits. There is still plenty of sell pressure to be absorbed into the order books. The question is if up-and-coming projects like Galaxy Fox ($GFOX) can provide a safety net from the volatility. Bitcoin ($BTC): A Potential Drop To $40,000, Havoc For Altcoins A market-wide sell-off of Bitcoin driven by GBTC holders and Barry Silbert pushes $BTC’s price closer and closer to $40,000. If Bitcoin loses this level of support, it could easily shoot down lower. Bitcoin losing this much ground might also see alts take a nosedive and lose even more than they have already. But why are GBTC holders selling? Many arbitraged the discount between $BTC’s spot price and the price of GBTC. Traders could essentially buy $BTC at a discount, betting on the fact that one day, GBTC would be converted to a Spot ETF. That day has come and profits are being taken, essentially pushing the discount to NAV to 0% Bitcoin falling signals overall weak sentiment, and risk-appetite dwindles practically overnight. Traders sell off their riskier positions, and altcoins start tanking, which leads to a negative knock-on effect of more investors and traders cutting their positions. Galaxy Fox ($GFOX): An Up-and-Coming Project Galaxy Fox offers investors a safe harbor during this volatile period but... read More



A Look at the Online Safety Bill and How It Might Affect Privacy in the ...

    The Online Safety Bill, a piece of legislation that seeks assurances to keep some sites free of illegal and harmful content for U.K. jurisdiction, is facing opposition from tech and messaging giants due to its possible effects on privacy and encryption. The bill introduces clauses allowing the government to force messaging companies to scan user messages looking for harmful or dangerous content. Online Safety Bill: Focus and Objectives The Online Safety Bill is a piece of legislation currency being discussed in the House of the Lords, the upper house of the U.K. Parliament, that seeks to make the internet safer by establishing a new set of rules that will be enforced by Ofcom, the U.K, telecommunications regulator. The bill, which is currently in the final stages of its approval and is expected to be approved next week without significant changes, adds a new layer of duties for different communications service providers in the U.K., including the removal of probably harmful content by the platforms, and also the requirement of age assurance for some sites. Also, it introduces new crimes, including sending fake communications, threatening communications, and content to cause seizures. In the same way, the regulation punishes the sharing of intimate content without consent, determining criminal penalties for companies and individuals who fail to comply. Controversy and the 'Spy Clause' One of the most significant controversies surrounding the implementation of this bill... read More



SEC Seeks Court Approval to Freeze Binance US Crypto Assets, Citing Cust...

    Seeking court approval, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is actively pursuing a measure to freeze cryptocurrency assets linked to Binance US. In order to to “ensure the safety of customer assets,” the securities regulator deems this action as an urgent necessity.SEC Files Emergency Motion to Freeze Assets Held by BAM Management US Holdings and BAM Trading Services The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) took decisive action on Tuesday by filing an emergency motion. This motion urgently requests a temporary restraining order from the court, aimed at freezing the assets under the control of BAM Management US Holdings and BAM Trading Services. These are the primary operating entities responsible for managing Binance US, a U.S. subsidiary of the prominent cryptocurrency exchange Binance. In addition, the order explicitly forbids Binance from engaging in any activities that could lead to the destruction, alteration, or concealment of pertinent records. Another court order issued by the SEC further emphasizes that BAM Management or Changpeng Zhao (CZ), the head of Binance, must present compelling reasons to prevent the imposition of a preliminary injunction. Clarification: this could only affects https://t.co/hSHrrlF7o7, IF granted by the court. It does NOT affect https://t.co/9rMMAmc1G9. Funds are #SAFU https://t.co/Xedzc0tyuM — CZ Binance (@cz_binance) June 6, 2023 The securities watchdog in the United States maintains that the re... read More



US Debt Ceiling Dramas Diminish Dollar's Credibility and Reputation as S...

    The CEO of investment management firm Devere Group has warned that the U.S. debt ceiling dramas have weakened the U.S. dollar’s “global reserve currency’s credibility and reputation as a ‘safety asset.'” He cautioned that Congress’ debt ceiling deal “does not solve the underlying political challenges facing the U.S. and its economy.”'Using the Country’s Debt as a Political Weapon Undermines Confidence in U.S. Government' Nigel Green, the CEO of Devere Group, a financial services company headquartered in the United Arab Emirates, highlighted the challenges that the U.S. economy continues to face, despite Congress reaching a debt ceiling deal, in an opinion piece published by Newsmax Friday. The deal, which President Joe Biden signed into law on Saturday, prevented a potential national debt default, which could have occurred on June 5 if a resolution had not been reached, according to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. “So, let’s be clear: this down-to-the-wire deal struck this week to raise the debt limit — and only until January 2025 — does not solve the underlying political challenges facing the U.S. and its economy,” Green stressed. “The main issue is that lawmakers in recent times have had, and continue to have, little incentive to reach agreement,” he continued, elaborating: It’s an increasingly polarized political landscape, which is being amplified by algorithms and econo... read More



Only 24% of Americans Confident in Crypto's Safety (Survey)

    A Pew Research Center study determined that most US residents (88%) have at least basic knowledge about cryptocurrencies. However, only 24% think investing, trading, or using digital assets is safe and reliable. The percentage varies in the different demographic groups: adults aged 50+ are more likely to be skeptical (85%) than younger individuals (66%). The Newest Trends in the US 17% of the participants in the research admitted to dealing with cryptocurrencies at one point in their lives. Attitudes differ based on gender, age, race, ethnicity, and income level.  For example, 41% of men aged 18 to 29 said they have invested or used the asset class compared with 16% of the women in the same range.  Digital assets seem to be more popular among minorities. 24% of the Asian respondents and 21% of the Black and Hispanic ones said they have jumped into the ecosystem. In comparison, only 14% of White adults have done so. Knowledge appears to be on a high level, with almost 90% of participants stating they have heard at least a little about bitcoin and some alternative coins. However, 75% are unconvinced about the asset class' safety and reliability. Just 2% said they feel 'extremely confident' when delving in, while 4% ranked as 'very confident.'  Women are slightly more skeptical than men, with 80% placed in the 'non-confident' zone (compared with 71% of males). It is worth mentioning that investors have much higher trust in cryptocurrencies. One in five o... read More



Visual blockchain data app Bubblemaps teams with Hacken to bring additio...

    Hacken, the blockchain and crypto security platform, today announced it has established a partnership with Bubblemaps, a supply auditing tool for DeFi tokens & NFTs, to allow investors to make better-informed decisions utilizing easy-to-read on-chain data infographics and smart contract audits. Bubblemaps produces multicolor bubbles for users to see connections between different crypto wallets. If the wallets holding the biggest shares of a project’s tokens are closely linked to each other, it is considered a suspicious sign. Namely, there is a risk that a whale investor splits its tokens between connected wallets to hide its status. Bubblemaps use-cases include the fight against wash trading, wallet-splitting, and manipulations with voting power. Benefits of partnership for users of Bubblemaps For Bubblemaps.io, a partnership with Hacken is a mechanism to bring additional safety to DeFi investors. By correctly analyzing the project’s token supply and the results of a smart contract audit, users can conclude whether investing in this venture is an opportune decision and what are the associated risks. As a result, the projects that neglect meeting essential security requirements with visible token supply manipulations will not be able to obtain new financing. 'For Hacken, this partnership is a big step toward implementing our mission – making Web 3.0 a safer place. The availability of a smart contract audit and other forms of security testing does not guarant... read More



A Smart Tag for an NFT Safety Haven

    [PRESS RELEASE - Tel Aviv, Israel, 27th June 2022] In 1634 Dutch investors went crazy over the flower bulbs of colorful tulips, their price increased disproportionately to their value. The period is known as the Tulip Mania. In February 1637, the price of individual bulbs exceeded the annual income of a skilled craftsman. The economic bubble intensified due to speculative motives based on trade, and by the end of the 1637 winter, the bubble burst, and tulip bulb prices fell sharply. Tulip Mania is considered the first recorded speculative bubble (or economic bubble). Economists use the term 'Tulip Mania' as an example of this financial behavior, when many people with insufficient knowledge enter a market, causing inflation until it bursts. If it all sounds too familiar, it’s because this has recently happened in the NFT market. In the last year, NFT selling prices skyrocketed, getting as high as $91.8m. As with Tulip Mania, these news caused many people with no knowledge but a desire for quick gain to enter the market, which caused inflation. As we all know, it didn’t last for long, and together with crypto, the NFTmarket collapsed. The human desire for quick riches existed since the dawn of time and will always exist. Inflation and bubbles are almost natural and, some might say, predictable. But if we look around, tulips still exist, as do NFTs. The question is, what happens after the bubble bursts? How can you be sure the market will keep growing and become a se... read More



Crypto Investors Find Safety In Stablecoins, Bitcoin, Ditch Altcoins En ...

    Bitcoin dominance is soaring as the overall crypto market bleeds. The metric, used to measure the percentage of the crypto market cap formed by Bitcoin, stands at 47% approaching levels last seen in November 2021. BTCD on the rise in the 4-hour chart. Source: BTC Dominance Tradingview During this period, BTC’s price took a final move to the upside and reached $69,000 before an overall market crash took it to its year-over-year low at $24,000 in May 2022. According to a recent report posted by Arcane Research, dominance across BTC, USDT, and USDC hints at a de-risking market: Currently the combined dominance of BTC, USDT, USDC, and BUSD sits at 59.2%, which is the highest dominance seen by this “flight to safety bundle” since early April 2021. 59.2% is still 5-10% shy of the dominance throughout most of 2020. At that time, Bitcoin dominance alone sat north of 60%. The boom in non-fungible tokens (NFTs), rise in popularity of decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols, memecoins like DOGE and SHIB, contributed to the decline in this metric and drove the total market cap for cryptocurrencies to above $2 trillion. Arcane Research added that Bitcoin, Ethereum, and popular stablecoins have over 77% of crypto market cap dominance. This hints at a bleak picture for altcoins as investors attempt to preserve wealth from further downside. Bitcoin, stablecoins, and Ethereum dominance are on the rise. Source: Arcane Research What once were hot sectors in the crypto space, ... read More



The World Economic Forum Is Worried About Safety in the Metaverse

    The World Economic Forum (WEF), one of the most influential international institutions, has expressed its worries about the safety of metaverse dwellers, especially younger ones. The group has raised a number of concerns regarding the anonymity and safety of young individuals in this upcoming alternate world, and has given a number of recommendations to preserve them. World Economic Forum Puts Metaverse Child Safety First Big forums and institutions in the world are thinking about the implications that living a part of our lives in the metaverse might bring. The World Economic Forum (WEF), an 'international institution for public private cooperation,' has expressed its worries about the safety of young individuals in the metaverse. In an article written as part of the Davos 2022 meeting of the forum, Mark Read, CEO of WPP, explains the growth of this sector and why building a safe metaverse is a priority. The article conveys that while the metaverse is being promoted as an alternate world for everyone, due to its traits, gaming applications will be the ones garnering the most attention at first glance, which means that children will be the first exposed to these experiences. In this sense, it explains: Children are in front of more games across more devices for longer – partly because of the pandemic. They are witnessing wide-ranging behaviour (including abuse, if they are not monitored). And monitoring itself is becoming so much more of a cha... read More



Yield App Passes 'Proof of Reserves' Audit to Bolster Safety...

    PRESS RELEASE. Yield App, one of the rising and most trusted digital wealth platforms, recently underwent a thorough 'proof of reserves' audit. The inspection was conducted by Armanino LLC, the firm responsible for auditing Kraken – one of the largest and most trusted cryptocurrency exchanges in the world. Yield App passed the audit with flying colors, bolstering its stance on safety and accountability of the assets deployed by customers into portfolios available on its platform. What is 'proof of reserves'? A proof of reserves is an independent audit of a company's balance sheet conducted by a third party, such as Armanino LLP. These cryptographically reconciled public reports empower customers to verify that the digital asset service providers they use do indeed hold enough assets on their balance sheets to offset their customers' liabilities. The first report was completed on 24 January 2022, using a 'point in time' methodology to determine the results, and can be read here. Yield App plans to continue working with Armanino LLP and other third-party accreditation service providers to release regular independent reports and keep customers informed via its blog posts. About Armanino LLP Armanino LLP is one of the top 25 largest independent accounting and audit firms in the United States. It recently audited Kraken to set a precedent for companies operating in the digital asset space, at a time when many people remain hesitant to invest in cryptocurrencies fearing a m... read More



The Importance of Safety When Using Self-Custody Platforms

    Safety is one of the most important topics of the crypto sphere, and with good reason. Even the most significant self-custody platforms, such as OpenSea, are vulnerable to malicious behavior and attacks. Read on to find out why security should be your number one priority, and learn from a recent, serious phishing attempt on OpenSea. What does self-custody mean? Essentially, self-custody in crypto refers to holders’ sole responsibility to handle and store their information data such as private keys. Consequently, a self-custody platform does not keep any kind of record of private keys, and thus delegates the task of safeguarding them to key owners. About the OpenSea phishing attack Phishing is a type of malicious activity that manipulates the victim into sharing confidential credentials or information, mostly by fake communication. Phishing is a serious threat even today, and it’s also one of the hardest attacks to discover, as it’s disguised as ordinary messaging. To demonstrate how real this issue is, here’s the recent case of OpenSea, one of the most important Non-Fungible Token (NFT) marketplaces of its time. According to official sources, the phishing attack influenced 32 platform users, who actually suffered damages to their holdings because of the event. The company’s CEO, David Finzer, highlighted that the attack is likely not directly connected to OpenSea’s platform, and users signed the malicious action elements somewhere else, whi... read More



Kirobo CEO Asaf Naim Explains How Building a Safety Net for DeFi Users W...

    Kirobo is a decentralized application developer building out a suite of services focused on DeFi security and usability. With a $5 million investment from Digimax in 2021, Kirobo works to make decentralized finance as accessible and user-friendly as regular online banking. Kirobo is the proud recipient of two grants from the Israeli Innovation Authority-the only blockchain technology company to achieve this. Asaf Naim is the Co-Founder and CEO of Kirobo. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the platform, their Liquid Vault and Safe Transfer dapps and the KIRO token. He explained how you can stop being afraid of making big crypto transactions and his vision for making DeFi as simple and as safe as CeFi, as well as the possibilities for NFT-powered inheritance and trust funds, the state of the Israeli crypto startup ecosystem, what entrepreneurs need to look for with VCs and more. Asaf Naim is an experienced accountant and veteran entrepreneur with a master's degree in business taxation. Asaf has served at companies like Bank Leumi and Ernst & Young, as well as leading multiple startups in Israel and the United States. He's passionate about blockchain technology and its applications for business. To keep up with all developments from Kirobo follow the team on Discord, Telegram, Twitter and LinkedIn. The Bitcoin.com News podcast features interviews with the most interesting leaders, founders and investors in the world of Cryptocurrency, Decentralized... read More



FDIC Makes Crypto Evaluation a Priority This Year Citing 'Signific...

    The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has named the evaluation of crypto assets a priority this year. 'The rapid introduction of a variety of crypto-asset or digital asset products into the financial system could pose significant safety and soundness and financial system risks,' the FDIC said. Crypto Evaluation Named a Priority for FDIC The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) announced Monday that Acting Chairman Martin J. Gruenberg has released the FDIC's priorities for the coming year. The FDIC is an independent agency created by the U.S. Congress to maintain stability and public confidence in the nation's financial system. One of the priorities is to 'evaluate crypto-asset risks,' the announcement details, elaborating: The rapid introduction of a variety of crypto-asset or digital asset products into the financial system could pose significant safety and soundness and financial system risks. 'It is imperative that the federal banking agencies carefully consider the risks posed by these products and determine the extent to which banking organizations can safely engage in crypto-asset-related activities,' the agency stressed. 'To the extent such activities can be conducted in a safe and sound manner, the agencies will need to provide robust guidance to the banking industry on the management of prudential and consumer protection risks raised by crypto-asset activities,' the FDIC said. In May last year, the FDIC issued a Request for Information (R... read More



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