It may surprise you to learn that blockchain didn’t begin with Bitcoin.
Crowd sale platform Indiegogo has become the latest company to announce their security token offering, a real estate investment project.
Since the early days of Bitcoin, people have tried to use the underlying blockchain for other applications, such as alternative assets. This is possible due to the OP_RETURN instruction of the Bitcoin virtual machine, which allows storing arbitrary data on the blockchain.
Bitcoin.com has just made representing assets on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain much easier by launching the Wormhole SDK, a developer framework for creating tokens on Bitcoin Cash.
India doesn’t allow using cryptocurrencies. However, the crypto ban in India could end, as the Indian government considers allowing crypto tokens for Metro cards and airline tickets.
The Long Island Iced Tea company’s rebrand, Long Blockchain Company, has set off some red flags with regulatory agencies in the U.S. The company was recently served with a subpoena.
Using the new platform customers could use their digital assets to purchase tangible goods. This could allow for a faster adoption of cryptocurrencies.
Coinbase has brought on Tim Wagner, formally from Amazon Web Services to serve as the company’s new Vice President of Engineering.
The Pacific Northwest is the focus of the upcoming Blockchain Seattle 2018 conference.
An event touted to be the “Burning Man of Blockchain” is set to kick off with a Mediterranean cruise and culminating in another conference on Ibiza.
The blockchain technology is new and while there are are many mediums for learning it, a comprehensive system providing transparency is important. Blockchain education platform Digital Degree could change it.
Mount Sinai and the Mayo Clinic have teamed up to create the first academic center for research into biomedical blockchain applications.
HTC is looking to pioneer a smartphone with blockchain compatability. Details are currently scarce but this could be the beginning of something exciting.
Polymath is partnering with 7Pass to develop a private security token. The goal of the token is to help the global sector of legal cannabis investment.
Bitt Inc.’s deal with the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten could allow for unprecedentally fast and secure financial transactions.
Kowala’s stablecoin is the first to offer Ledger hardware wallet support, helping owners have more control over their coins.
Fisher Cataliotti P.C. was formed to provide much needed legal guidance to everyone looking to be involved in the bergeoning blockchain industry.
When it comes to future plans for blockchain, Microsoft’s history means it knows what it’s like to stake a claim as the unquestioned market leader.
Blockchain smart home management may soon be a reality. Walmart, the American retail giant is seeking to patent a blockchain solution for this use case.
The upcoming CFC will be the first time the event is held in the US. An expanded roster of speakers bring together diverse voices in the industry.
FOAM, a protocol allowing for a consensus-driven map will allow for location verification. The recent ICO was able to raise more than $15 million.
Paradigm Shyft It has certainly been quite a busy month for the Shyft team, as it was announced that the
The latest project to announce a successful funding round, DEXON, has attracted a 20 million USD private placement led by venture capital firm IDG Capital. The project joins an impressive portfolio managed by IDG worth an estimated $20 billion USD.
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Fast, secure and compliant bridge converts fiat currencies directly to the Dai stablecoin.
It looks like the next generation of gaming may incorporate the blockchain.