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|The price of #WSCRT today is $0.37 USD.|
The lowest WSCRT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.373, and the exact current price of one WSCRT crypto coin is $0.37262.
The all-time high WSCRT coin price was $11.86.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of WSCRT with market cap of SOL or other crypto coins.
|The code for Wrapped Secret crypto currency is #WSCRT. |
Wrapped Secret is 2.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Wrapped Secret is $430,237.|
Wrapped Secret is ranking downwards to #1377 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is small today for #WSCRT.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Wrapped Secret is $5,382.
|The circulating supply of WSCRT is 1,154,625 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.|
Note the limited supply of Wrapped Secret coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.
|WSCRT has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.|
View #WSCRT trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #WSCRT purchase.
How to Speed Up Your Keplr Wallet Transactions by Changing the API
Keplr wallet transactions can take a lot longer than needed, especially when nodes go offline or the network gets overloaded. But there’s a way to fix this! By changing the API on your Keplr wallet you can significantly speed up your Keplr wallet transactions — and it’s super easy to implement. In this tutorial we’ll show you step-by-step how to do so. To start off we’ll quickly go over what APIs are and how they connect to wallets, but feel free to skip ahead if you want to dive straight into the tutorial. — What Is an API? - API means Application Programming Interface. It’s an interface that communicates with a blockchain node or a client network directly or through another service. APIs are used in a variety of cryptocurrency-related applications including the Keplr wallet. The API server has “indexes” or shortcuts which allow users to quickly get answers to their questions such as current balance, current NFTs, and more. — How Does a Wallet Connect to APIs? - If a user wants to do something like “send a transaction” to transfer coins from one wallet (Keplr) to another: Your wallet will ask the API Server using HTTP, The API Server will speak “blockchain” to the validators, The validator nodes will execute the work you request, But problems arise when the API server is not able to communicate with the validators. This often happens when nodes are offline, overloaded, or there ...
The 5 Benefits of Private Finance (PriFi)
Secret Agent content is produced by contributors from all over the world and proudly hosted here! This does not represent an endorsement or financial advice from any organization. When it comes to privacy for financial applications, some people say “Why would we need privacy if we have nothing to hide? Aren’t bad guys the only ones who need privacy?” But right now, public-by-default chains offer less user privacy than Web2, and this has serious consequences. Crypto could create a new, more inclusive financial system, but we need the option to make our financial data private. This is possible through private DeFi (PriFi) applications. Here’s a quick rundown on how privacy can solve several issues resulting from completely transparent DeFi applications. — 1. Privacy makes DeFi front-running resistant - It’s not right that retail investor Jane just had $100 stolen from her — without even knowing it — while making a swap on a DEX. She’s never even heard of front-running but is, nevertheless, now included in the billions of dollars lost each year on AMMs built on public-by-default chains. That’s because, on public-by-default chains, observers can see buy and sell orders before they’re recorded on-chain. If someone spots an order that will impact the price significantly, they can pump their gas fees to make sure their transaction is processed first and profit from the price change. But the result is...
How to Backup, Store, and Sync Your Secret Token Viewing Keys
Secret Token viewing keys give you granular control over who gets to see your financial data by acting as passwords that allow you and trusted third parties to view your assets. This tutorial will take you through how to back up your viewing keys and manage them across multiple devices. — What we’ll cover in this guide:. — Why back up your Secret Token viewing keys, How to store and share your viewing keys, How to back up your viewing keys using the Wizard Tool, How to manually back up your viewing keys using the Keplr Token List, How to manage your viewing keys across multiple devices, 💡 Want to know more about Secret Tokens and viewing keys? Check out our Secret Tokens Learn page. — Why back up your Secret Token viewing keys - It’s easy to create new viewing keys for your Secret Tokens, so losing yours isn’t a huge deal. However, you might want to back up your Secret Token viewing keys for various other reasons: To share with others so they can more easily access your funds in case you lose access, To sync your Secret Tokens across multiple devices, To avoid having to create new viewing keys if you accidentally delete yours, and having to re-sync any devices, That’s why this tutorial will take you through various methods to back up your viewing keys. Note: Your viewing keys are already automatically stored in any wallet you use to hold your Secret Tokens. 💡 Want to know how t...
How to Share Your Secret Token Details With Third Parties (Tutorial)
With Secret Tokens, your data is encrypted and kept private on-chain. Still, you can always share your data with third parties, like your accountant or a compliance officer, if necessary. In this tutorial, we’ll take you through several methods and best practices to gather your Secret Token details so you can share these with other trusted parties. — This guide will cover:. — Potential issues with sharing viewing keys, Sharing details using CryptoClerk, Sharing details using the Trivium SNIP-20 tool, Sharing details using the btn.group transactions tool, How to deprecate a viewing key to revoke someone’s viewing access, 💡 Want to know how to create viewing keys for your Secret Tokens? Check out our tutorial here. — Potential issues with sharing viewing keys - One way to share your Secret Token data is to share your viewing keys, which third parties can use to look up your financial details. However, we strongly recommend only sharing your Secret Token viewing keys when absolutely necessary. Instead, use your viewing keys to generate an overview of your financial details using the tools we’ll discuss below and share these. This way, you maximize your privacy and security and save yourself the hassle of creating new viewing keys to revoke viewing access.💡 Want to know more about Secret Tokens and viewing keys? Check out our Secret Tokens Learn page here. — How to share your Secret T...
How to Create Viewing Keys for Your Secret Tokens (Tutorial)
One of the best things about Secret Tokens is that you get to decide who can see your funds, as viewing access is gated using viewing keys. Here, we’ll show you step-by-step how to create viewing keys for your Secret Tokens using a variety of methods. — The viewing key generation methods we’ll cover:. — The SiennaSwap app, The SecretSwap app, The IBC wrap app (for IBC tokens), Manually add with the Keplr extension token list, — What are Secret Tokens and viewing keys? - Secret Tokens are coins or tokens made private by encrypting balance and transaction details. Viewing keys act like passwords that give you, and others you share these with, the ability to access these encrypted details. This means only people with the right viewing key can see the Secret Tokens you hold and details of your transactions.💡 Go here to read more about Secret Tokens, viewing keys, and how they work. — Method #1: With the SiennaSwap app - SiennaSwap is one of the Secret DeFi apps you can use to create viewing keys. Here are the steps to take: — Step 1: Go to the SiennaSwap website. — Navigate to the SiennaSwap app and approve connecting your Keplr wallet, Select the Secret Token you’d like to get a viewing key for by clicking on the “token picker” and choosing your coin or token of choice, Click on “View Balance” in the swap menu, Click on “Create Key” in the notification that ...
DeFi’s Disturbing Privacy Problem
You walk into a local market. But you’ve never seen a place like this. Customers maneuver the aisles, wearing white t-shirts with random number-letter combos like 0xb794f5ea0ba39494ce839613fffba74279579268. Everyone is dead quiet. Suddenly, a blinding spotlight illuminates the customer at the front of the checkout, and a voice blasts through the speakers: “Customer 0xc39494794f5ea0bace839613fffba95792687427 has just finalized their transaction of $104.73…” While the customer loads their purchases into their cart, the announcer mentions the details of each and every item. Somehow, the customer does not seem to mind. Before the next customer steps up, the voice finishes, “Please visit the room near the exit if you’d like to view the financial transaction history for 0xc39494794f5ea0bace839613fffba95792687427.” As you disbelievingly turn around, you see it: The Public Data Room. A handful of diverse characters are entering it. Clearly, none of them are here to shop. — DeFi marketplaces — Transparent transactions since 2009 - This story is far from fiction. The numbers on the t-shirts are wallet addresses. The checkout line is the moment where one of those wallets executes a transaction on a public-by-default blockchain. That Public Data Room where people can see the entire financial history of your wallet? It’s real, and anyone can enter it using something called a block explorer. This is the cur...
A Deep Dive: Understanding Blockchain Privacy and the Secret Design Stack
Privacy — what seems like an intuitive concept can become quite hard to pin down once you try to define it. Especially in the crypto space, you’ll get heated discussions on what’s private and what’s not. The truth is there are many ways to ensure your data isn’t (immediately) accessible by anyone opening a block explorer. You can mix it up, encrypt it, make data private by default, or give people the option to send from private addresses. And that’s just scratching the surface. Here, we’ll go more into the nuance of blockchain privacy and explain a bit more about the design choices Secret Network made. By being aware of these factors, you can better understand other privacy blockchain solutions — although we always recommend checking out their specific documentation to get more details. Let’s kick it off: — Privacy for transactions ≠ privacy for smart contracts - One of the most common questions we get asked when people just get to know about Secret Network is, “is it like Monero?” But Monero and Secret Network are different in a crucial way. Monero and other privacy coins like Zcash give transactional privacy: they make sure your transactional history stays private. Like Bitcoin, they support only transactions. As such, the actions and computations a privacy coin needs to support are limited and mainly include “move value from point A to point B”. Secret Network is more like Eth...
Blockchain Privacy 101: What’s Been Built and What’s Ahead
The crypto privacy space is another rabbit hole that includes a plethora of technical jargon and 3-letter acronyms, turning articles from a 3-minute read into a 30-minute one. Here, we’ll try to demystify what’s out there in the crypto privacy sphere by giving you a quick overview of the solutions that have been built so far, and the main challenges ahead. Disclaimer: there are many different solutions out there—this overview doesn’t do justice to the enormous innovation and creativity that’s going on in the field. However, we hope this will help you to better understand what’s out there and the challenges the field is dealing with. — #1 Privacy coins - You’ve probably already heard about privacy coins like Monero and Zcash. And that’s because they’re modeled after the OG of crypto: Bitcoin. In short: privacy coins help you hold and transfer your crypto without revealing your financial data.Online illustrations by Storyset Privacy coins achieve this by making sure you’re 1) anonymous, by hiding your identity when making a transaction, and 2) untraceable, by “scrambling up” a trail of transactions so outsiders can’t follow it. — Why privacy coins exist. — Not everyone who dabbles in crypto knows Bitcoin is actually very transparent — more transparent than much of the fiat world. That’s because the Bitcoin blockchain is public, and all transactions with bitcoins show up o...
Why Web3 Privacy Matters
“Information doesn’t want to be free — people do.” — Cory Dictorow A better, more empowering web for all. That’s the promise of decentralization and blockchain technologies. But while we’re all busy building new protocols, apps, and blockchains, there’s one thing we seem to forget: privacy. And in the process, we might be building something even worse than what was before. Here, we’ll explain why privacy — being able to decide what you share — is crucial for the web3 vision, why it’s at stake, and why now is the time to intervene and course-correct.PrivacySomeone’s right to keep their personal matters and relationships secret.(Cambridge Dictionary) — Why is privacy important? - We can best answer this question by illustrating what happens if you don’t have privacy. Imagine what would happen if you walked into a bar, and everyone would automatically know everything about you. Including your name, where you grew up, how much you earn, what’s in your bank account, and all your Google searches. Without the option to keep secrets, you’d have no way to control what others know about you and how they use that information. Banks could withhold you a mortgage because you’re having trouble at work. A health insurer could charge you more based on your Google searches. Criminals would know what you have, where it’s stored, and when you’re out. Being able to choose what we sha...
How to Participate in Secret Governance
Discover how Secret governance works, and how to contribute to the future of Secret by creating and voting on proposals. — This guide will cover:. — What is Secret governance?, The benefits of blockchain governance, How Secret governance works, How to vote on proposals using Keplr wallet, How to create a proposal, Where to join the discussion, Frequently asked questions, — What is Secret governance? - Secret Network features on-chain governance. Changes are made according to rules encoded in the blockchain protocol and are approved by validators and delegators in the network. In this way, community members can influence protocol development and how shared resources (like the Secret Community Pool) are spent. For example, they can create proposals to: Increase the block size, Change the number of validators included in the active set, Choose to fund a support team or a specific committee, Fund a team to develop a new Secret app, Secret is built with the Tendermint consensus protocol, which makes it a DPoS blockchain. — The benefits of blockchain governance - Because Secret Network governance is permissionless, anyone can get involved by holding and staking SCRT. Permissionless governance is important because it: Makes Secret governance democratic and censorship-resistant, Provides transparency into past decisions and their level of support, Gives all community members a voice and the chance t...