Life without instant messaging is unfathomable.
Just imagine 26 billion text messages are sent worldwide each day using a variety of social platforms and text messaging apps across mobile devices.
The emergence of non-fungible tokens and their subsequent meteoric rise has attracted a host of NFT scammers out searching for the next meal ticket.
And while the NFT bubble of 2021 has well and truly popped – with the speculative hype train gone (for the time being) – NFT thefts and hacks are happening at a record pace, despite NFT prices and sales currently at record 12-month lows.
Follow along as we discuss the most common schemes scammers use to steal NFTs in this article.
Internet-connected computers have always been at the intersection of communication and multimedia technologies.
It should come as no surprise that email and instant messaging apps became popular during the ’00s.
These apps became the forerunners of social media and messaging platforms like the ones we use today.
This includes web2 social messaging and social networking platforms like Facebook Messenger, Twitter, and Instagram.
Meanwhile, there are also popular encrypted messaging apps like Telegram, Signal, and WhatsApp.
But as we stand on the verge of a new era of the internet – web3 – there’s still much room for improvement.
That said, there’s a need for a new messaging app that meets users’ data security and privacy needs.