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This third party site tracks the largest purchases made to date on the game. And like any good viral sensation prices are rising and fluctuating fast. Right now it will cost you about. So now we have people using Ether, an asset with arguably little tangible utility — to purchase an asset with unarguably zero tangible utility.
Welcome to the internet in This means users literally own their kittens. Unlike playing Neopets where everything was stored on a central database and your pet was deleted when the company shut down, CryptoKitties is decentralized and will live forever on the Ethereum blockchain. The game is run via a set of 5 Ethereum smart contracts written by AxiomZen, and users interact with it via their own Ethereum address.
Right now the easiest way to do that is by using the Chrome extension MetaMask which gives you the ability to send and receive Ethereum directly in your browser.
This traffic is making it hard to play CryptoKitties, and a lot of transactions like buying and selling cats are taking longer than usual to process and needing multiple attempts. This will ensure your kittens are born on time! The extra is needed to incentivize miners to add birthing txs to the chain.
Long-term solution will be explored very soon! And anyone can sell their kittens via an auction, where they pick a starting price and an ending price and the price declines over time until someone buys it. Kittens can also be created by breeding them, which the game calls Siring. You can put your own kitten up for sire for a specified amount of ether and someone can breed with it, and they get the offspring and you get the ether.
The very lightest, most volatile liquid hydrocarbon solvents that can be bought from laboratory chemical suppliers may also be offered under the name petroleum ether. Petroleum ether consists mainly of aliphatic hydrocarbons and is usually low on aromatics.
It is commonly hydrodesulfurized and may be hydrogenated to reduce the amount of aromatic and other unsaturated hydrocarbons. Petroleum ether bears normally a descriptive suffix giving the boiling range. The solvent is then thoroughly washed with sodium carbonate solution and then with water, dried over anhydrous calcium chloride , and distilled.
If required perfectly dry, it can be allowed to stand over sodium wire, or calcium hydride. Ligroin is assigned the CAS Registry Number , which is also applied to many other products, particularly the lower boiling ones, called petroleum spirit , petroleum ether, and petroleum benzine. DIN provides for petroleum spirit also called spezialbenzine or petrolether which is described as "a special boiling-point spirit commonly used in laboratory applications, having high volatility and low aromatics content.
Petroleum ethers are extremely volatile, have very low flash points , and present a significant fire hazard. The naphtha mixtures that are distilled at a lower boiling temperature have a higher volatility and, generally speaking, a higher degree of toxicity than the higher boiling fractions. Exposure to petroleum ether occurs most commonly by either inhalation or through skin contact. Petroleum ether is metabolized by the liver with a biological half-life of 46—48 h.
Inhalation overexposure causes primarily central nervous system CNS effects headaches, dizzines, nausea, fatigue, and incoordination. In general, the toxicity is more pronounced with petroleum ethers containing higher concentrations of aromatic compounds. Skin contact can cause allergic contact dermatitis. Oral ingestion of hydrocarbons often is associated with symptoms of mucous membrane irritation, vomiting, and central nervous system depression.
Cyanosis, tachycardia, and tachypnea may appear as a result of aspiration, with subsequent development of chemical pneumonitis. Other clinical findings include albuminuria, hematuria, hepatic enzyme derangement, and cardiac arrhythmias.
Doses as low as 10 ml orally have been reported to be potentially fatal, whereas some patients have survived the ingestion of 60 ml of petroleum distillates.