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There’s a party happening right now and everyone’s invited. The music’s playing, the fridge is loaded and the bathtub’s full of ice. All the ingredients for the sickest soiree are in place. There’s just one problem: the guests have yet to arrive. Welcome to the world of security tokens, where you can tokenize anything you like, but making it tradable is another matter entirely.
By CCN: The Obama administration pioneered the use of social media to engage directly with the American public, but President Trump’s unprecedented Twitter antics have proven that social media can manipulate the stock market just as much as it can be used to sway the mythical undecided voter. Since taking office in 2017, Donald Trump has frequently used Twitter to fuel stock market rallies and stu...
I have more than a passing interest in legacy brands defending their turfs against digital upstarts. With that in mind, I met last week in San Francisco with John Ridding, CEO of the Financial Times Group, publisher of the storied British newspaper that's now owned by the Japanese financial news organization Nikkei.
WeChat, the #1 messaging app in China, is also widely used for cryptocurrency transactions. Recently, WeChat Payment has revised the “WeChat Agreement for Payment Service,” which involves the control and regulation of illegal transactions, including cryptocurrency transactions. The revised agreement will be put into effect on May 31, 2019.
Back in January, IBM announced its Q System One, a still-experimental device that serves as a sort of “stepping stone” to quantum computing, according to the Verge. But even if quantum computing—which has the potential to massively increase informational processing potential by using a quantum phenomenon called superposition—isn’t a reality yet, it’s worth considering how much of a threat this tec...
Recently, Baer Chain Singapore officially announced that they will start a million ecology project to cooperate with the upcoming beta version in the main network, and also start super node’s campaign registration. Baer Chain’s Token – BRC is affected by this news and continues to rise, it value gains over 35% in one single day. We conducted an exclusive interview with Vincent, the founder of Baer...
Author’s Note: if you have not read the first article DappReview published on Medium, we recommend you go read it first. It’s a long read but definitely worthy. Not that you by now don’t understand what’s written in that article (which back then was quite novel or even mind-blown), but you would find the side-by-side comparison between that article and this quite interesting. Kind of a way to revi...
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) just released the results of a test they performed on a blockchain network they created in cooperation with the University of Sydney. According to an announcement that CSIRO made after the test was completed, their new blockchain network can process 30,000 international transactions per second.
Though blockchain itself is already a technology that defies the imagination, it has a great potential for development. A great number of researchers and developers are actively working to address the blockchain-related issues that currently exist. Speed of transaction processing is among the major issues that attracts a lot of attention.
These are interesting times for the cryptocurrency industry as a whole. Although no real upward momentum can be sustained as of right now, there is still plenty of excitement across the different markets. The Dogecoin price, for example, is stuck in the dirt for the time being. However, with key technical supports almost being reached, there is a likely chance a new bounce will materialize fairly ...