Ethereum Co-Founder Vitalik Buterin has revealed that currently there are “large privacy problems” in the Ethereum (ETH) ecosystem.
The popular cryptocurrency-powered Brave browser has recently started testing a Basic Attention Token (BAT) tipping feature for Twitter on its developer channel, allowing users to tip others for tweets they like directly on the microblogging platform.
As we seem to be on the cusp of greater institutional involvement in crypto, the race is on for crypto companies to fulfil the roles that exist in traditional financial markets.
Ryan Sean Adams, the Founder at Mythos Capital, a financial services firm that “holds, keeps, and makes cryptoassets”, has predicted that the demand for the Dai stablecoin “will likely” increase in the coming months.
Social networking giant Facebook is planning to launch its own cryptocurrency (internally dubbed "GlobalCoin") and crypto-powered global payments network (internally called "Project Libra") worldwide by Q1 2020, according to a report published earlier today by BBC News, the world's largest broadcast news organization.
In 2019, some new crypto trends are emerging which observers should monitor closely, as they have the potential to foster enormous growth.
Cryptocurrency exchanges using the controversial trans-fee mining (TFM) revenue model have seen their trading volumes rise by 124% in April of this year, a month that saw cryptocurrency exchanges overall see their volumes increase.
On Thursday (May 23), AT&T, the world's largest telecommunications company, announced that it now allows customers to pay their bills via cryptocurrency.
The SIX Swiss Exchange, Switzerland’s principal stock exchange, is reportedly developing its own stablecoin, a crypto token that will be pegged 1-to-1 with the Swiss Franc (CHF).
InfStones, a proof-of-stake (PoS) cloud solutions provider that claims to handle the world’s largest PoS stake, has recently announced it raised $2 million in seed funding, and the launch of its blockchain cloud service platform “Infinity Stones.”
Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of leading cryptocurrency exchange binance, has reportedly sued well-reputed venture capital firm Sequoia over reputational damages alleged caused by a lawsuit the VC firm filed against Binance that was dismissed.
Security tokens have been proposed for some time now as an alternative to raising money in capital markets via shares or bonds.