Emercoin has announced it releases EMC DPO, a web app making the blockchain-based system of precise proof of ownership more convenient and simple.
Eduard Surkov’s club farm Mashkino in Central Russia has announced its plans to issue cryptocurrency tokens backed by the farm’s products, i.e. chickens, ducks, geese, lambs, and goatlings.
Publicly traded Russian payments service provider QIWI (NASDAQ: QIWI) has established Qiwi Blockchain Technologies LLC (QBT), a company focused on developing blockchain-related products.
BitFury has now been in operation for five years. According to the post by Valery Vavilov, the company’s CEO, the name “Bitfury” was officially born on February 17th, 2012, when a group of enthusiasts that stood at its origins, was working in its R&D “garage” phase.
Oleg Khovayko, Emercoin CTO, told ForkLog the project’s assumed rivals were trying to undermine the company’s reputation with spam in Slack channel.
According to Emercoin’s Ivan Kuznetsov, Emercoin is to officially switch to merged mining this February.
Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), a premier blockchain architecture and development company, has built a provably secure Proof-of-Stake protocol in response to the worldwide demand for more efficient blockchains capable of handling more transactions.
No specific European Union rules are needed to regulate blockchain for the time being given the sector’s still limited reach, the bloc’s securities watchdog said on Tuesday.