• Kirobo undo-button eth
    Ethereum,  Technology

    Kirobo adds ‘undo-button’ for ETH, ERC-20 transactions

    The company previously released a bitcoin version of the technology, which adds a password that allows users to cancel previously irreversible transactions

    The undo feature will allow users to reclaim funds sent to the wrong wallet during “previously irreversible ether transactions,” the company said. "When dispatching digital assets, a password is entered by the sender. Funds are then released only when the recipient enters this same password. If the password is not entered, the sender can retrieve their assets at their convenience.”

  • Wallem Armani
    Cryptocurrencies,  Technology

    Crypto AR game Wallem announces Armani initiative

    Players can exchange tokens that they find in the real world for Armani accessories

    Cryptocurrency-enabled augmented reality game Wallem announced that players will now be able to find Armani Exchange tokens in the real world and redeem them for products made by Armani’s accessories brand.

  • distracted DeFi-ing
    Ethereum,  Technology

    How to lose nearly $25,000 by distracted DeFi-ing

    An unlucky crypto collector lost 59 ether by carelessly selling a non-fungible token with a skin of YouTuber PewDiePie for the mobile game Wallem on NFT exchange Opensea

    There’s no going back on a smart contract, particularly one agreed to on a decentralized exchange. One cryptocurrency investor found that out the hard way on Nov. 4, accidentally selling a non-fungible token of YouTuber PewDiePie for 59 ether (WETH) less than he had bought it for a few hours earlier. That’s a loss of nearly $24,500 as of press time.

  • PewDiePie Launches crypto AR game
    Cryptocurrencies,  People,  Technology

    Top YouTuber PewDiePie joins crypto augmented reality game project

    PewDiePie will help market the game project, which involves his brother-in-law

    In his video, PewDiePie announced the collaboration with Wallem, which is now available for both iOS and Android devices. The game uses a 3D environmental map and augmented reality technology, which places virtual objects in the real world that can be viewed looking through the phone’s camera.