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Owing to the excessive volatility of the cryptocurrency market, the popularity of various exchange platforms is insane. Trading on the exchange can be truly exciting and even profitable but, unfortunately, when it comes to the security aspect, the situation doesn’t seem so bright.
As you might already know, transactions in cryptocurrency come with fees presented by the network. It happens that the services take their transactional fees for sending and receiving cryptocurrency but in the case of a non-custodial wallet like Guarda this does not happen. So, the question is – how are the fees calculated and what are we all paying for when sending cryptocurrency transactions?
A smart contract is a digital protocol that ensures that a contract is automatically executed when the agreed conditions are met. Smart contracts allow you to process transactions without requiring a third party to verify or enforce the agreement. Agreements are traceable and irreversible.
Unfortunately, crypto fraud is still a reality. Attackers will try to take advantage of all the places they see promise or advantage. It is certainly still possible to steal funds in the cryptocurrency space, so the fraudsters always look for new ways to trick people – whether by stealing their data or money directly.
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