What sattributes does Xverse support?

Mythic
The first sat of the genesis block
Legendary
The first sat of each cycle
Epic
The first sat of each halving epoch
Rare
The first sat of each difficulty adjustment period
Uncommon
The first sat of each block
Black Legendary
The last sat of each cycle
Black Epic
The last satoshi created in the coinbase of the last block before a Halving event
Black Rare
The last satoshi created in the coinbase of the last block before a Difficulty Adjustment event
Black Uncommon
The last satoshi created in the coinbase of each Bitcoin block
Palindrome
Satoshis with palindromic ID (ex.3275431345723)
Vintage
Satoshis created in the coinbase of the first 1000 Bitcoin blocks
Nakamoto
Satoshis created in the coinbase of a block mined by Satoshi Nakamoto himself
Block 9
Satoshis created in the cionbase of Block 9 (the first block that has satoshis circulating today)
Block 78
Satoshis created in the coinbase of Block 78 (the second block that has satohsis circulating today, mined by Hal Finney)
Pizza
Satoshis involved in the famous pizza transaction from 2010
First Transaction
On January 12, 2009, history was made when Satoshi Nakamoto sent 10 Bitcoin to a computer scientist named Hal Finney. This marked the first-ever Bitcoin transaction. Sats originating from this iconic transaction bear the "First Transaction" label, symbolizing the genesis of Bitcoin's peer-to-peer exchange.
1d Palindrome
Satoshis, which have their ID composed of only one digit (ex.888888888888)
Fibonacci Sequence
In mathematics, the Fibonacci sequence is a sequence in which each number is the sum of the two preceding numbers. Numbers that are part of the Fibonacci sequence are known as Fibonacci numbers, commonly denoted Fn. The sequence commonly starts from 0 and 1, although some authors start the sequence from 1 and 1 or sometimes (as did Fibonacci) from 1 and 2. Starting from 0 and 1, the first few values in the sequence are 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144.
Perfect Palinception
A: A satoshi ID is a palindrome made entirely of the same repeated subsequence, made of at least two distinct digits.
2d Palindrome
Satoshis with palindromic ID, composed of only two digits (ex.8888822288888)
3d Palindrome
Satoshis with palindromic ID, composed of only three digits (ex.8885522255888)
Paliblock Palindrome
A Palindrome in a palindromic block
Sequence Palindrome
Satoshis with palindromic ID, that have a sequence of at least three consecutive identical digits (ex.3275433345723)
Alpha
Alpha sats are the first sat in each Bitcoin. These sats always end in at least eight zeros.
Omega
Omega sats are the last sat in each Bitcoin. These sats always end in at least nine nines. These are always one sat less than Alpha sats.
Hitman
Satoshis involved in the transaction made by Ross Ulbricht to hire a hitman. The txid is 4a0a5b6036c0da84c3eb9c2a884b6ad72416d1758470e19fb1d2fa2a145b5601
JPEG
Satoshis involved in the possible first Bitcoin trade for an image on February 24, 2010
Silkroad
Satohsis seized from Silk Road and are from the first Bitcoin auctioned off on June 27, 2014 by US Marshals. The txid is 9e95c3c3c96f57527cdc649550bf8e92892f7651f718d846033798aee333b0c3.
Palinception
Sats with a palindromic number containing at least two subsequences which are themselves palindromes of at least two distinct digits
Pure Palinception
Sats with palindromic number made entirely of subsequences which are themselves palindromes of at least two distinct digits
Name Palindrome
Sats with palindromic names (ex.abcba)
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