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  1. How to Revoke Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain Smart Contract Spending Allowances Many people are unaware that when you interact with defi applications/dapps you usually end up allowing the smart contract to have unlimited allowance of spending those tokens on specific smart contract. This is a dangerous practice and is extremely unsafe. This guide will work for both Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain To protect yourself better, simply find the token address of the specific token you want to deny spending of, in this example I will use the token BAKE https://bscscan.com/token/0xE02dF9e3e622DeBdD69fb838bB799E3F168902c5 - BAKE BEP20 Token Contract You want to take that token address and go to the actual Contract Page of the Token: https://bscscan.com/address/0xE02dF9e3e622DeBdD69fb838bB799E3F168902c5#writeContract Once you are on this page under the "Write Contract" option, click the "Connect to Web3" to connect your Metamask wallet to Bscscan/Etherscan. You will then input the address of a smart contract you want to deny/revoke this token spending from, e.g. a LP contract or staking contract, etc. You set the amount to 0 Simply hit "Write" and Metamask should popup asking to complete the transaction. Done. You have now disallowed/set the spending amount to 0 of that token to a specific smart contract. You can rest assured knowing some random smart contract you allowed last summer can't spend your fortune of aped tokens.
  2. As with anything with Ethereum be careful what you do. This guide is for adding new Smart Contract ARI and using Uniswap to Swap ETH for ARI, and then putting into the LP token. Token: ARI Website: https://ari.finance/ dApp: https://pool.ari.finance/ Contract: 0x8a8b5318d3a59fa6d1d0a83a1b0506f2796b5670 ARI-ETH Pair: https://uniswap.info/pair/0x399c74f05c912d60329b038d52628558f28e4f7e Helpful Stats Links: https://uniswap.info/account/ add ETH address to the end for stats https://app.zerion.io/ First setup metamask if you haven't already. Save your seed somewhere safe! https://metamask.io/download.html Go to uniswap https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap and select a token, copy and paste the Contract Address 0x8a8b5318d3a59fa6d1d0a83a1b0506f2796b5670 and click Add. I already added, so its giving me the option to remove. Now you can swap some ETH for ARI. Since this is not technically released Announced as of this guide. Trying to buy 1 Ethereum worth of ARI will impact the price too much, slippage. Try something smaller to dip your feet in. Once you get some ARI now you can setup the Liquidity Pool token. LP Token for short. This is where you can earn fees supplying Liquidity to the pool. Click on Pool and then Add Liquidity. As any guide you will see on this, you can get rekt. Just be careful how much you are putting into this if you are new to uniswap. Think of the next step as you put in 1:1 of the pairing. 1 ETH against however many ARI. So if you bought so much ARI you can put about that similar amount of value of ETH. As of the time of this writing here is an example of supplying 0.5 ETH and 709.014 ARI. If this is your first time you first have to Click Add, then metamask will ask you to sign. Then input your ETH/ARI value and click Supply. I will supply 0.5 ETH and 709.014 for the example, and Confirm Supply. Pay the Gas fees. Generally use fastest gas. Now you wait and cross fingers the TX goes through and doesn't fail. Shows pending at the top right in uniswap. After that goes through now click back to Pool and see some stats. Click View accrued fees and analytics for some more stats on your particular ETH address.
  3. As with anything with Ethereum be careful what you do. This guide is for adding Liquidity on Balancer. Token: ARI Contract: 0x8a8b5318d3a59fa6d1d0a83a1b0506f2796b5670 ARI-ETH Uniswap Pair: https://uniswap.info/pair/0x399c74f05c912d60329b038d52628558f28e4f7e Balancer ARI Liquidity Pool: https://pools.balancer.exchange/#/pool/0xa516b20aaa2ceaf619004fda6d7d31dcc98f342a/ You will most likely want ETH, ARI, USDC, DAI in your wallet if you want to add to the entire Pool, plus gas fees. Go to the Balancer page and click Add Liquidity Setup Proxy, pay the Gas. Wait 10 confirmations. I got that screen again and clicked Next. And back to warning since ARI is not in the Balancer whitelist. Click Add Liquidity again. Unlock the pairs you want to use. I am going to unlock each one available. I am maxing out DAI and let the rest go into the pool. Then click the red warning on the left after reading the warnings. Click Add Liquidity. Pay the gas and now you have added Liquidity to the ARI balancer pool.
  4. What is the best mining OS you recommend? I personally like HiveOS -Â https://hiveos.farmÂ
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