Still too much BCH news! But this is what the Reddit lives this week.
The ETF is delayed again, IBM launches global logistics blockchain, Microsoft launches a new corporate blockchain service, and Charlie Lee announces a Litecoin service that allows paying via Telegram — all in this weekly digest.
Charlie Lee, the man affectionately known as 'Satoshi lite', came across blockchain technology in 2011 and became quickly fascinated with this idea
The first blockchain-powered smartphone, HTC Exodus, will support Lightning Network natively. It’s scheduled to be launched in Q3 2018, and also will include support for BTC, LTC and ETH payments
Instructions for choosing and installation of special hardware for Litecoin mining, a client recommended for Litecoin, mining programs and algorithm used and the reason to join a mining pool
Charlie Lee becomes an HTC advisor, Kim Kardashian moves into BTC, TRON reveals its 'secret project', China's bank issues loan on blockchain, crypto and real estate
Charlie Lee explained on Reddit the benefits of the partnership between Litecoin Foundation and TokenPay.
A new decentralized era for NEO, Block.one getting new investments, a lot of talks about Ethereum and the failure of Kodak-associated miner — all in this weekly digest.
Bitcoin vs. Litecoin or Satoshi Nakamoto vs. Charlie Lee. Major differences between mining algorithms, caps and block times as well as data table providing the comparison between two digital assets
Limiting the number of symbols is not at all a limitation, when a Twitter-user wants to speak on an exciting topic. The Finrazor team has been keeping an eye on the pulse all week and now presents to your attention the most resonant tweets
Ukraine found fake exchanges, crypto exchanges are not protected, crypto is primitive for Switzerland, Hydro-Quebec sets new rules, Brian Kelly and Charlie Lee remain bullish, Zcash waits for Overwinter