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How To Get A Bitcoin Wallet Using Freewallet.io
Get yourself a free shiny BTC wallet from Freewallet.io
Funding Your Freewallet With BTC & XCP
Time to fund your Freewallet with BTC or XCP
Mint Your First XCP Asset
Mint your first XCP Asset with these simple steps
How To Broadcast information on the Bitcoin blockchain
Counterparty lets you publish text and data on the Bitcoin blockchain, this is called a ‘broadcast’. This is useful for proof-of-publication, notary purposes, and creating betting feeds and oracles. This information is timestamped and assigned to a block, freely...
Buy, Sell, & Trade Using the Counterparty DEX
Learn how to buy, sell, or trade assets on the Counterparty DEX
How To Sweep A Wallet Address In Freewallet
Sweep the dust from your wallet with two easy steps.
How To Do A Multisend With Freewallet
Need to send to more than one wallet or person?
How to Wrap BTC NFTs Using Emblem Vaults
Wrap your BTC Counterparty asset in an emblem vault for listings on alt chain marketplaces (e.g. Opensea, CoinbaseNFT, etc.)
How to Crack an Emblem Vault
Learn how to crack open an emblem vault in this brief tutorial
A Buyers Guide To Using Emblem Vault On Opensea.io
A handy guide on how to get what you paid for on OpenSea
CryptoVoxels Galleries from Renaissance City
ouo How to claim a FREE space in Voxels and get a FREE gallery from our Voxels partners Rennaisance City. If you don’t have a space in Cryptovoxels, you can use Cryptovoxels Free Space to create your own gallery. You can create up to 420 spaces per Metamask wallet...
History of NFTs on Bitcoin
The history of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) begins long before the term existed. Even if NFTs were not referred to, projects such as Namecoin and Counterparty paved the way for the innovation of today. Indeed, the notion of uniqueness in tokenization appeared on the Bitcoin blockchain as early as 2010.