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  • JP Morgan’s Amber Baldet On What Enterprise Wants from Ethereum

    What do private blockchain builders really want? According to JP Morgan blockchain lead Amber Baldet, they’re faced with the same concerns as anyone building public blockchains today. “These problems really aren’t so far apart, it’s just that people are trying to solve the problems in different ways,” Baldet told the audience at EthCC, an ethereum conference in Paris on Friday. […]
  • Survey Finds South Korean Youth the Most Active Crypto-Investors

    South Koreans in Their Twenties: The Most Active Crypto-Investors According to the regional publication Yonhap, South Korean residents in their 20s are very active when it comes to cryptocurrency investments and trading. South Korea is Asia’s fourth-largest economy and its become a popular region for trading digital currencies despite pending government regulations. The local news […]
  • EOS, Cardano and Tezos: Sleeping Giants Starting to Stir

    Ethereum’s Party Poopers Are Late to the Party Assessing the merits of EOS, Cardano, and Tezos is impossible without assessing the merits of Ethereum. Its shadow looms large over the three projects, each of which is inexorably linked with Ethereum, the direct competitor they’re trying to topple. Tezos is bidding to be a better governed […]
  • Bitcoin Classes Are All the Rage for University Students in Chicago

    Bitcoin Education Finance, business and computer science students in Illinois are demanding to learn more about bitcoin and the technology that powers it – and university professors are showing they are up for the challenge. While in the recent past discussions about bitcoin were left to the end of the semester as a fun afterthought, […]
  • Coinbase Wallet Fixes SegWit Implementation Bug, Refunds Affected Users

    The Coinbase wallet and exchange service has fixed a bug in the payment gateway system which caused users to lose their funds from Bitcoin transactions via the platform. The issue emergedtwo weeks after the cryptocurrency exchange announced the launch of Segregated Witness (SegWit) support for its transactions. In their Reddit post on March 12, Coinbase […]
  • Winklevoss Twins Propose Virtual Commodity Association SRO

    March 14, 2018 1:24 AM On Tuesday, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss proposed the Virtual Commodity Association, which would be an important first step toward self-regulation by major players in the cryptocurrency industry. The CFTC has been calling for such self-policing and applauded their initiative. On March 13, 2018, Gemini founders Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss published […]
  • ‘Fight Fire with Fire’: IMF Chief Lagarde Calls for Blockchain-Powered Bitcoin Regulation

    The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) wants to start a blockchain arms race. Christine Lagarde, the IMF’s managing director, wrote in a Tuesday blog post that she believes regulators can use blockchain or other distributed ledger technologies (DLT) to regulate Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and prevent them from being used in connection with […]
  • Loyakk Announces Vega, a Blockchain-enabled Decentralized Enterprise Relationship Platform

    Loyakk’s Enterprise Relationship Platform, Vega, aims to impact the multi-billion-dollar market for enterprise applications through blockchain-based decentralization. Its game-changing platform will transform how enterprises interact, transact and engage with their customers, channel partners, distributors, and suppliers. Loyakk, the provider of enterprise relationship management applications, announced Vega, the world’s first and only blockchain-enabled Enterprise Relationship Management […]
  • “When Mass Adoption?”

    The 21 Million Bitcoin Question Whether you’ve been into Cryptocurrency for a while, you’re a Crypto Master, a sceptic, or a complete newbie to the whole idea, but thinking where does this go? One thing that is probably the most speculative is…when will Cryptocurrencies become “the norm”? From its inception in 2008 to implementation in 2009, […]

    STATE OF AFFAIRS One Bitcoin transaction consumes as much energy as 7.55 homes in the United States for 1 day, compared to one Ethereum transaction that consumes as much energy as 1.34 homes in the United States for 1 day as of this article. In 2015, Bitcoin consumed as much energy as Ethereum does today, […]
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