This week’s newsletter covers a wide range of topics – Ethereum’s London fork, Google’s crypto ad policy, NFTs to create awareness about climate changes, and many more.
Ether reaches all-time high, Blockchain used for land titling in Africa, and here comes the Dogefather
Bitcoin soars past 57K, Ether follows. ETFs picking pace in North American countries. Several nations are trying their hand at CBDCs. These and many others in this week’s newsletter.
Ether reaches all-time high, Switzerland is welcoming crypto industry, China’s BSN adds a few more projects – These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
After years in the making, finally, the much anticipated Ethereum 2.0 is here. On Dec 1, 2020, at noon UTC, its first phase, named the Beacon chain, was launched. The … Continue reading Ethereum 2.0 – What’s the Hype?
After years of waiting, the new version of Ethereum that will support Proof-of-Stake consensus algorithm, went live this week. This and many others in this week’s newsletter.
Ethereum 2.0 all set to launch on Dec 1, Bitcoin stops short of its all time high – These and many others in this week’s newsletter.
Bitcoin price soars to 18K, Ether follows, Bitcoin Cash Fork, and Zcash Halving – These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
This week’s newsletter is the 25th one in the weekly newsletter series. And what a week it has been. Bitcoin soars to US $16,000. Interest for staking in Ethereum 2.0 is gaining momentum. A mysterious fork in the Ethereum Blockchain raises alarms. These and many more in this week’s Blockchain This Week.
Bitcoin price soars above US $15,000. A portion of Silk Road bounty captured by the US DoJ. AP records the US elections on Blockchain. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
OKEx exchange suspends withdrawals, Stone Ridge, the billion dollar asset management company raises $50 million for offering crypto services – These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
KuCoin exchange hack and other crypto crimes, various countries move ahead with their Blockchain strategy – These and many more in this week’s newsletter.