Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank has joined Enterprise Ethereum Alliance seeking a new way to capitalize on international markets. The bank is the first Russian bank to become a member of the alliance.
Even though mining today is quite profitable, this industry may fade into oblivion in the long run, Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin told Russian publication Kommersant.
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced today that 34 organizations have joined the blockchain industry group since late May. This brings total membership to over 150 organizations added since the group’s launch in February of this year. EEA is now the world’s largest open-source blockchain initiative.
Vlad Zamfir, a researcher and developer at the Ethereum Foundation, recently visited Odessa, Ukraine to take part in Blockchain Incredible Party (BIP 001), a major conference hosted by Distributed Lab.
Sergei Lonshakov, the developer of Airalab, has presented Aira, which is an acronym for Autonomous Intelligent Robot Agent. The project implements economic interaction standards of human to robot and robot to robot with a unified obligation contract.
July 2016, Waves exploded the internet by raising 29,445 BTC in an ICO. However, Waves isn’t the only decentralized crowdfunding platform: there are lots of them, including Fundonomy, NXT, and Wings. Most of them operate globally, however, there are some exceptions likeÂ Starbase, a Singapore-based platform with Japanese roots, which is.
It’s been almost six months since the fateful Ethereum hardfork that followed notorious The DAO attack. The turmoil around the fork has subsided since then, so now it’s high time to calmly assess the situation and take a closer look at Ethereum Classic.
Bitcoin’s December rally caused some hype both in the cryptocommunity and in mainstream media, even though the latter has earlier repeatedly predicted Â its imminent death. The explanation is obvious: price increase upwards of 100 percent over 12 months is something any investor dreams of.