As a crypto investor and trader, I’ve probably created logins at a hundred websites over the years. While I try to use different passwords at each website, I’m sure there are a few that I have used the same password for or at least a small variant.
While you may not think of it at the time of registration, the website you are giving information to might get hacked, sell, or give away the information they have collected… including passwords. In fact, I guarantee you there are a handful of websites out there right now under the disguise of an airdrop but really are collecting emails and passwords. Have you ever wondered why you see failed logins and know it wasn’t you making the attempt? …
I’ve seen hundreds.. maybe over a thousand different coins over the last year and a half of starting this exchange. If there is one thing I am, it’s that I’m very observant. I watch assets grow, I watch assets die. If you are an asset developer, this here is a list of my observations that you may want to consider.
Perhaps not everybody knows this, but every user of altilly can refer other new users and receive a portion of the trade fees collected from the users they refer. Payouts for these rewards are payed out every Monday. Currently the reward is set at 15% of the trade fees collected. This means for every $1 we collect in fees from your referrals, you get $0.15.
You can get the link to refer other users by logging into your account and going to the referral page here:
You will see that there are a couple variables at the end of the referral link. There is the ‘a’ variable, which is your unique referral ID code. This identifies you as the referrer without giving out any information about your account. There is also an optional variable named ‘z’. The ‘z’ variable is something you can set to any value to help you identify which of your links the referred user came from. …