EU clarifies its stand on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain solution to reduce deforestation in the Amazon rainforest. These and many more in this week’s newsletter
Kraken Crypto Exchange to Become a Bank, Bahamas to Have the World’s First Sovereign Currency. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
This week saw a chain of events related to the now-infamous DeFi exchange, SushiSwap, unravel. What happened since its pseudonymous founder Chef Nomi purportedly cashed out his Sushi tokens along with other news in this week’s newsletter.
This post illustrates how we can leverage Blockchain in every stage of the election process while upholding the election integrity.
World came to know what DCEP looks like, albeit briefly, Attacks on ETC Continues, DeFi continues to Lure Investors, Two More Cats in the CryptoKitties’ Kitty, and many more in this week’s newsletter
This week’s highlights in Blockchain and Digital Currencies.
Blockchain technology might not be the panacea for all voting problems. But the benefits of Blockchain voting would go far in reducing voter apathy and even encourage more people to vote.
Bitcoin was in the news again this week, as its price surged past the US $12,000 mark yet again, and
In yet another eventful week in the realm of Blockchain and cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin price spiked briefly to US $12,000, Ethereum gas price soared to US $99, South Korea exceedingly embraced Blockchain, USPS eyeing Blockchain. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
The week began with the news of a 51% attack on the Ethereum Classic network, which the attackers purportedly executed undetected over several days. The attackers managed to pocket the US $5.6 million through double-spending. The network was attacked again on Thursday, with the attackers ripping off US $1.6 million. The attackers were able to mount up sufficient resources for the attack by spending a mere 17.5 Bitcoins worth US $192,000 for renting the required hash power. This news and many more in this week’s newsletter.