What does the CAP acronym stand for?
CorePAD Auto-Staking Protocol
What is the Treasury wallet address?
Creating price stability, achieving sustainability, reducing drawdown risks.
Wallet Address will be available at launch
What is the Auto-Burn Wallet Address?
1% of all $CPAD traded are burnt in The Burn Wallet. Once the tokens are burned, consider the percentage as the % of the total supply as it compounds with the rebase in a dead wallet.
Is this 2,100% real?
Yes! Halves every month until the community decides through voting
Does the Auto-Burn Wallet Address increase if volume is zero?
Yes and No. Yes because due to the rebase it keeps up with the % of overall supply. For example 100 Tokens in supply with the Burn Wallet at 10% means there is only 90 tokens that can be traded. With the rebase the total supply increases to say 200. The Burn Wallet increases to 20 to keep the same % of overall supply. The real increase would come from any trading done "BUY or SELL" as a small % is sent to the firepit increasing the % it holds.
What is hardware wallet?
A physical wallet contains private keys, tokens, or cryptocurrencies. These devices could be hard disc drives or flash drives. Because of its physical offline nature and portability, hard wallets are usually more secure than soft wallets.
Why do I need a hardware wallet?
The blockchain ecosystem relies heavily on hardware wallets. When working with blockchains, they give security and utility. If you don't already have one, here are several reasons why you should. The blockchain ecosystem relies heavily on hardware wallets. When working with blockchains, they give security and utility. If you don't already have one, here are several reasons why you should.
Are hardware wallet secured?
They’re Super Secure, Even if the computer you're using isn't secure, keep your possessions safe. Hardware wallets provide an additional degree of defence against cyber attacks, phishing sites, and viruses.
Can I store various crypto currency on my hardware wallet?
Yes, you can store many assets in one location. A hardware wallet can access many blockchains at the same time. This allows you to handle Ethereum and other alt coins, as well as Bitcoin, Lumens, and other cryptocurrencies, on the same device. With a single recovery word, they may all be simply backed up.
Can I trade from a hardware wallet?
Yes, you may trade directly from your hardware wallet using platforms like Ledger Live. Because you keep custody of your tokens at all times, this is the safest way to exchange digital assets. Rather than being placed into an exchange wallet, the assets trade directly from your wallet. You save time by avoiding deposit delays and fees associated with withdrawal limits.
What are private keys?
Cryptocurrencies are never held in the hardware wallet, but rather on the blockchain. Your private key is only stored in the hardware wallet. That private key unlocks the door to your blockchain address, which is where your assets are stored. Because the blockchain is omnipresent, all you need to interact with your tokens is your hardware wallet.
Are Hardware wallets dual purpose?
A) Hardware wallets are often referred to as "cold storage" because they isolate your private keys from the Internet, reducing the chance of your funds being stolen in the event of an internet assault.
B) You're "signing" a particular message when you initiate a blockchain transaction. Your "signature" verifies that you are the owner of your private key. Without the key, it's impossible to fake this signature, thus no one else can make a transaction on your behalf.