Archive Category: Ethereum

Binance calls for donations to victims of West Japan’s ongoing natural disaster, leading the relief initiative with a $1,000,000 pledge. In a July 8th, 2018, an announcement on the exchange’s […]

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The capacity of the Lightning Network, a micropayment channel that is compatible with Segregated Witness (SegWit) and a layer two scaling solution deployed on top of the Bitcoin protocol, has […]

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For the third time in two years, Bithumb, South Korea’s biggest crypto exchange, was hacked in June 2018. SK, the country’s telecom giant, stated that the hack was likely caused […]

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Bitcoin has been met with controversy since inception in 2009. “A government does not back Bitcoin,” and “Bitcoin only has value because some people think it has value,” are common […]

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The State of Delaware awarded IBM $738,000 to create a blueprint for their blockchain based corporate filing system. Delaware is a haven for businesses – with over 1,000,000 registered, it is […]

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On August 9, 2018, Token Forum will bring together a close-knit group of industry leaders, experts, and entrepreneurs for an intimate deep-dive into the implications and future of blockchain and […]

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Local publications reported that the government of South Korea finalized plans to legitimize the cryptocurrency exchange market and the blockchain sector with a newly created regulatory framework. Initially, local financial […]

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In lieu of increasingly stringent regulation, cryptocurrency miners are moving to new regions for low-cost, efficient operations. As an original blockchain hub, Japan has become a fitting home to many […]

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With a rising interest in blockchain, global talent continues to migrate away from traditional finance and towards the new digital economy. Following an industry trend, the Winklevoss twins hired former NYSE executive […]

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Blockchain integration grows more prolific, as companies, educational institutes, and governments realize its solutions to various inefficiencies. IBM signed an A$1 billion (~$740 million) deal with the Australian government to […]

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