Cryptocurrencies and physical money are both “fungible,” meaning they may be traded or exchanged for one another. They’re also worth the same amount of money: one dollar is always worth another dollar, and one Bitcoin is always worth another Bitcoin. The fungibility of cryptocurrency makes it a secure way to execute blockchain transactions.
NFTs are different. Each has a digital signature that makes it impossible for NFTs to be exchanged for or equal to one another (hence, non-fungible). Some stop thinking you have hacked the system by taking a screenshot of the item.
What are Yoruba Demons NFTs?
Yoruba Demons is made up of 150+ unique hand-drawn traits which include 5 skin types, over 30 different outfits, 10+ accessories including neckpieces, earrings & watches, all with different levels of rarities.
The story behind the NFT
According to the creator’s “NFTs are like a pathway to the metaverse and we want to make that we bring the needed diversity to the space. We want to make sure you see Agbadas and jam to afrobeats when you go to NFT related events whether in the metaverse or IRL.
Why else should I want a Yoruba Demon?
There are many reasons why you should want one. The artwork is dope, we’re the first fashion NFTs promoting & supporting West-African fashion, we’re building an NFT platform with huge community benefits and most important of all, we will do Owambe.
The artists said they are still in our community building phase so if you want to know when we’ll be minting, follow us on Twitter and join our Discord then proceed to invite your family members, schoolmates, office people and everyone in your neighbourhood group to do the same.
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Bitcoin Crash: What Nigerian crypto community is saying
Emeka Nwosu, @_Nwosu_, Co-founder & COO of Scalex a Nigerian crypto P2P system, stated that the recent crash in the crypto market was expected and we still expect some more corrections in the coming days to weeks.
He added that “2020 & 2021 was a monumental period for the crypto space with loads of protocols reaching new All-time highs and this also coincided with the influx of investors.”
He added that with the inflation figures coming out of the US and the expectation of monetary policies targeted at tightening money supply we are expecting a rise in interest rates this year, citing that most people will move assets from more volatile markets to more secure ones.
“The impact of this will be a sluggish recovery in the crypto market but it will recover because a lot of other possibilities have been unlocked. The Metaverse as well as Facebook and multiple tech giants moving into the blockchain space will continue to drive interest. So I predict a very healthy year for the Market. On BTC, the Lightening Network and Taproot will take centre stage this year. We expect to see good recovery on BTC, it is the Alpha Asset and it won’t disappoint,” he said.
Germ Traps in the Kitchen
From fridges to coffee makers, these are 5 germ traps in your kitchen.
We all want our homes to feel sparkly clean, but there are some areas that may not be making it onto your household chores list.
Aisha Pandor, whose on-demand home services company SweepSouth helps people to keep their homes spotless, lists the places we often forget to clean.
In a study by global health organisation NSF International looking at where the highest concentration of germs can be found in the average household, three of the top five germ hot spots were in the kitchen – which leads to the first area that needs a good clean.
The back of your fridge
Topping the list of places in the home that rarely gets cleaned is the back of the fridge – that’s the exterior back, not inside! The coils located there work to cool the air down, but they can’t do so efficiently if they’re coated with grime. To reach the coils, Aisha advises you to unplug your fridge, pull it away from the wall and gently brush off any dirt and dust on the coils.
Do this annually and it will help you save on power costs. A fridge is one of the top energy-using appliances in the home, and simply cleaning its exterior coils can reduce the amount of energy it uses by up to 30%. Remember to leave space between your fridge and the wall once you’ve pushed it back into position, to allow air to freely circulate.
Tiled backsplashes are often overlooked during cleaning, but they’re notorious for attracting grease and grime. That grease acts as a magnet for dust and dirt, says Aisha — not exactly the type of environment where you want to be preparing food.
To clean backsplashes using natural products, mix two cups of distilled white vinegar with a cup of water and 15 drops of eucalyptus oil. Dab a cloth into the mixture and rub over the tiles to clean. You can use this cleaning mixture on any shiny non-porous surface, like sinks, too.
Ovens and hobs
At the very heart of the kitchen’s food preparation, ovens are prime real estate for germs. Clean the interior regularly, and line the bottom with foil to catch any drips and spills. When the foil becomes grimy, simply peel off and throw it away.
It’s not just the inside that needs cleaning, though — stove knobs are in the top 10 for common places where germs hide. To clean, remove the knobs and wash in hot soapy water. Rinse well, allow to dry, and reinstall. On a gas hob, dismantle the gas rings and clean separately in hot soapy water.
Chances are that you seldom take a close look at your can opener, yet it’s surprising how grimy this kitchen aid can become. Can openers can harbour bacteria like salmonella and e.Coli, and should be washed after every use to clean the gears and cutting wheel.
Dry thoroughly to prevent rust. If there’s a build-up of dirty residue in your can opener’s wheel, Aisha has a nifty trick to clean it: simply clamp the wheels onto a piece of dry paper towel and turn the handle to get rid of any gunk.
Coffee maker cleanse
Coffee machines’ water tanks or reservoirs usually have lids to stop dust, dirt and insects from getting in. However, a study by a health organisation, NSF International, of where the highest concentration of germs can be found in the average household, showed that coffee machine water tanks are the fifth most germ-ridden place in the house.
A tank’s moist, dark, location is a prime place for germs and bacteria to grow. In fact, the study discovered that 50% of households had yeast and mould in their coffee maker water tanks, and one in 10 had traces of coliform, a bacteria found in animal and human faeces that can cause gastrointestinal upset and flu-like symptoms. If you regularly make coffee, Aisha advises that you rinse the water reservoir regularly — if not daily, at least every week.
While experts do say we need some exposure to germs to help build strong immune systems, we need to limit being around germs that cause serious illnesses, says Aisha. By cleaning the above areas regularly, you’ll help keep your kitchen more hygienic and safer.