Many things have happened since the launch of FingerSnap.org. It all started with an idea. We wanted to show what Neblio is capable of. With the 6 NTP1 Infinity Stones we wanted to show a usecase for the Neblio Blockchain. The focus was clearly on the metadata. We wanted to point out that you can create a lot of transactions and add value to your project, even if it is not on the fortune 500 list.
We started as a very simple blogger site. First, we recorded content from the Neblio blog posts and then put them in a new environment. We have evolved and added new features. In the meantime, we have become a fully functional social media platform that we are very proud of! Many community gimmicks such as groups, forums and even instant messaging are now part of the portfolio. We are in contact with Neblio partners and developers as well as with the Neblio team itself to show the community that the journey has just begun!
Furthermore, FingerSnap has recently received its rebrand. We want to show that we represent a long-term project and are not looking for short or fast success. In addition, we also want to indentify ourselves as a brand.
FingerSnap partners with IMBA!
What is IMBA?
IMBA is a cryptocurrency created by Edjowa Holding. It runs natively on the Neblio blockchain and follows the NTP1 standard. The IMBA Token was established with a total supply of 200 million. The Imba Team plans to use 5% of their profits each year to buy back and burn IMBA, until 25% of the total supply (50 million IMBA) is burned.
IMBA is not just a normal crypto exchange. The idea behind it is much more exciting. Imba wants to present itself as a platform for online gaming in addition to all common crypto-exchange features. This is served by their NTP1 IMBA token, which can be used as an insert for individual games as well as tournaments.
Read our latest Blogpost here
FingerSnap will support IMBA as an advisor, blogger and promoter.
For more Info, check out https://news.imba-exchange.co/
FingerSnap partners with Pi Supply
About Pi Supply
The business was founded in 2008 as a hobby car audio business under the name Raamaudio UK Ltd (as of 2018 the company name is now Nebra Ltd). In 2012, founder Aaron Shaw got his first Raspberry Pi and the company changed direction. Pi Supply is a creator of innovative accessories for the Raspberry Pi mini-computer and a retailer of other maker products from around the globe.
They have grown from a one-man band operation working in a dusty warehouse in Kent with two silly dogs to a growing team based all over the UK and EU.
We are very proud of this partnership. Originally we asked for a discount coupon for their Neblio StakeBox via email. We wanted to give the community the best price on this popular mini computer. What emerged is now a full affiliate program that includes the entire shop!
This partnership represents a wonderful win win situation. We can deliver you great prices for your Pi’s and of course the accessories in the future. The resulting revenue can be used to finance current and future costs such as server management!
BIG SHOUTOUT to John Whiting , who made this possible!
FingerSnap goes Blockdelta.io!
Some of you have already noticed. I was invited to write about Neblio on Blockdelta.io. “Decky”, the owner of the site personally asked me if I would be interested in getting involved as an author on the site. He is a big Neblio fan himself and would like to support the project with this statement. We say thank you!
I will continue to publish content about Neblio on Blockdelta.io in the future. The attraction on the first post was amazing! So stay tuned!
Currently we are working on the implementation of a Neblio Help Center. That includes how one can act as a developer with the Neblio Chain. For this purpose, some groups and forums will be created. If you are interested in participating as a moderator, please let us know. We are still looking for people with programming experience.
Either contact me directly here at FingerSnap.org
or email me :
When FingerSnap NTP1?
One question that I get asked a lot is: “When will your own token be available?”
Well, currently I see that more difficult. I dont want to create a token and then hope that it just becomes popular and somehow makes money. My methods are more like the Neblio Team. I publish what I have and not what I want!
I recently added a small donation section to the footer. If you want to support FingerSnap you can now send NEBL, BTC, LTC and DASH to these addresses.
I want to thank all supporters.
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