What the Next 4 Years of Ethereum Look Like

Yesterday, ethereum celebrated its fourth birthday. Four years ago, on July 30, 2015, the world’s first general-purpose blockchain platform went live. Called ethereum, the platform was the first of its kind to feature a Turing-complete virtual machine and native programming language able to deploy code of any algorithmic complexity. “Before ethereum, developers had to design […]

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Dubai to Launch KYC-Focused Blockchain Consortium for Businesses in 2020

A new partnership between the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), Mashreq Bank, and fintech firm Norbloc aims to launch a blockchain-based Know Your Customer (KYC) data-sharing consortium in 2020. The official United Arab Emirates news agency, Emirates News Agency, reported on the new development on July 31. The DIFC, Mashreq Bank and Norbloc — a […]

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Blockchain Ticketing Platform From Top Russian Airline Took $1 Million in July

Russia’s second largest airline is touting the benefits of blockchain technology after a ticketing platform it developed raked in over $1 million in a month. According to an announcement from S7 Airlines on Wednesday, the positive figure for July is poof that blockchain tech can help boost businesses’ sales. “Thanks to this new technology, now it’s easier […]

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Tezos Rallies Following Coinbase Announcement, Major Tokens Up Slightly

Tuesday, July 30 — Top cryptocurrencies Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and XRP are all trading slightly up at press time. Market visualization. Source: Coin360 Bitcoin has been trading between $9,000 and $10,000 this week, and was showing little action on the day. At press time the coin i sup 2.37% to trade at $9,652. Squawk […]

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Bank of China to Raise Bitcoin Awareness

China’s antagonized view of Bitcoin is being reversed, albeit circumspectly. One of the nation’s driving monetary foundations, the Bank of China (BoC), has made positive remarks on Bitcoin. The bank discharged an infographic enumerating the worth, use, and how digital currency, like Bitcoin for instance, works. The crypto network rushed to point to the developing […]

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Apple Earnings Fall yet the Stock Pops. What Gives?

Chinks are starting to appear in Apple, as quarterly earnings were generally unimpressive. When Apple reports a quarter like this, the stark contrast between the visionary Steve Jobs and game–manager Tim Cook becomes readily apparent. Sad, Sad Numbers Product revenues for the quarter were $42.35 billion, which is an incredible number on an absolute basis. […]

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