The internet has undergone significant changes since its inception. The first version of the world wide web, or the web
The all-star lineup, led by leaders from IBM, BBVA, State Street, Ticketmaster, Hyperledger, ConsenSys, and DHL, experienced a number of
While cryptocurrencies continue in their efforts to gain regulatory approval, enthusiasm for blockchain from big banks and financial institutions is
Everyone wants to know when’s the right time to start investing in crypto again. The answer is probably sooner than
San Francisco, 14 March 2019 – CoinCasso, a hybrid cryptocurrency exchange that combines the advantages of centralized and decentralized exchanges,
Lack of clear regulatory guidelines and the uncertainty it brings has delayed the development of the crypto industry. This is
Blockchain, a term still foreign to many, is making an impact across industries and around the world. The technology first
Traditionally, third parties have always been responsible for maintaining interactions between businesses — from validating transactions to deciding whether or
Blockchain Development Mentors continue to expand the capabilities of information processing by teaching Chicago Developers how Ethereum funds, assets, certificates, and or information can
Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are not the same thing, although one relies on the other. Blockchain is the technology that enables
Named in November to Rise Global’s list of The 100 Most Influential Blockchain People, Michael Terpin comes in in spot
The IRS has not laid out a clear set of guidelines for crypto investors. As this guide notes, it’s best to err on the side of caution and transparency with your filings.
Not everyone that backs a cryptocurrency has a company or organization behind her. Some industry evangelists — and sometimes the
The IRS wants your money — and that means crypto gains, too. In July, the IRS announced it would be
Platform users want the token price to remain stable; investors want it to skyrocket. Figuring out how to please both groups is one needle that token-based economies must thread.
Consensus protocols have been around for much longer than what is generally thought of as a blockchain technology.
We recently discussed stablecoins as a cryptoeconomic primitive that may prove the key to cryptocurrency adoption. Stablecoins, by definition, are aimed at being as stable as possible. This is usually achieved by pegging the value to a fiat asset, such as the US Dollar.
The cryptocurrency exchange BitBay adds to the stablecoin offering by introducing their own pegged coin. In contrast to other attempts at stablecoins, BitBay promises to return power over coin value to the user.
You already know: We’re short on blockchain developers. Before taking the helm as Kingsland University’s CEO in 2008, John Souza
Random numbers are the key to blockchain technology. In this Blockchain 101 article, we delve into their importance and the difficulty of producing true randomness.
Alex Mashinsky wasn’t always trying to save the world. When he was seven years old he had more pressing problems
It may surprise you to learn that blockchain didn’t begin with Bitcoin.
Blockchain Technology has changed a lot since Bitcoin got the ball rolling in 2008. However, we have been promised mass adoption for a while now and this “revolution” is happening rather slowly.
There are many reasons for this, but some are more obvious than others. In this article series, we will look at three important innovations the blockchain ecosystem needs in order to succeed.
Let’s start with Scalability.
In part 1 of this article, we looked at three algorithms commonly used in public blockchains to reach consensus amongst
Developing consensus in a blockchain involves complex mathematics and coding. Consensus is when all participants in a network agree to
In the beginning, there was Bitcoin. The anonymous creator (or creators) envisaged a completely decentralized network for a global and