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Alternative Cryptocurrency Regulation Bills Introduced in Ukraine and Russia

A draft bill that leaves crypto-to-crypto trading outside the state regulation has been filed this week in the Ukrainian parliament. The news was announced during BlockchainUA conference in Kyiv by Ukrainian MP Alexey Mushak.

BlockShow Returns to Celebrate Blockchain with Asia Blockchain

Asia is the world’s growth factory. Two of the fastest growing economies in the world at the moment China and India are in Asia. It has been nearly 50 years since the Bangkok declaration that created ASEAN, which has emerged as one of the fastest growing economic blocs is projected to enjoy a GDP growth […]

Gordon Einstein: Blockchain Should be Cool – Life is Too Short for Boring Things

Having stepped back from a successful project to dive into the world of blockchain, Gordon Einstein, Managing Partner at CryptoLaw Partners (CLP), has advised for more than hundred crypto startups. Now, he is about to reveal his involvement with projects which, he believes, will change the world.

Lightning Network Isn’t The Ultimate Solution to Bitcoin Scaling Issues Says Bitrefill CEO Sergej Kotliar

Bitrefill was one of the first companies to embrace Lightning Network for its mobile phone top-up service, however, as CEO Sergej Kotliar admits, the technology has its own tradeoffs and shouldn’t be considered “the entire solution of all the scaling problems forever.”

New Research Estimates Satoshi Nakamoto Owns Around 700,00 Bitcoins

A new report from Bitmex Research suggests that the most dominant miner (presumably, Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator of Bitcoin), has generated around 700,000 BTC. This number is somewhat lower than what blockchain researcher Sergio Demian Lerner said it to be back in 2013.

Despite Decline in Bitcoin Prices Mining Hash Rate Keeps Rising

Despite the significant decline in Bitcoin prices since the beginning of 2018, the network’s hash rate continues to increase showing a complex nature of economics of cryptocurrency mining.

The Age of Equality: How Blockchain Helps to Reduce Social and Gender Gaps

Blockchain has the potential to change the world and make it a more equal place. The big names of the Blockchain world should explore how to do it.

So, Have We Got Tethered?

Oleksandr Ivanov (aka cryptofan) is a crypto analyst, data scientist, and PhD candidate at University of Groningen. In his short research he applies the critical analysis of recent accusations that Tether supply has been manipulated in order to use pump-and-dump scheme on the price of Bitcoin.

The Definitive Guide to Past and Upcoming Bitcoin Forks

Bitcoin is one of the hottest buzzwords right now. No matter where you look online somebody is talking about it. And being at record high-level prices, that makes a lot of sense! Although still a highly volatile market, cryptocurrencies are rapidly gaining in popularity.

The Reasons Behind China’s Crypto Optimism

China is one of the world’s greatest driving forces when it comes to cryptocurrencies. There are more developers and evangelists in the West, but China is the domain of most miners and traders. While in the West most bitcoin users are associated with cryptoanarchism, China’s most widespread view of bitcoin is pragmatic, and it is […]

Stepan Gershuni: How ICO Might Change Cryptoindustry in Three Years

Cryptoindustry is rapidly developing, which includes its part that seeks to replace venture investment and public capital markets altogether. Even projects that have nothing to do with blockchainsometimes use ICO as a way to raise funds via issuing their own token.

The Oracle machine: Aeternity’s perspective on the future of smart contracts, privacy and scalability

April 6, Aeternity public pre-sale has ended demonstrating huge support from the community for this new project with over $5 million collected in ETH and BTC.