Nouriel Roubini testified on Thursday’s Senate hearing calling Bitcoin a scam, a bubble; and blockchain a scoundrel. Peter Van Valkenburgh gives an alternative opinion
A crypto exchange by Roger Ver, how much ETH does Vitalik have, an official coin pump from Yobit, spy mining in ETH is halted and a new cryptic puzzle with a prize of 310 BTC — in this weekly digest
Bitfinex halts fiat deposits, Zaif pays back, India to launch its crypto, eToro cuts crypto costs, Liquid goes live, Vitalik Buterin vs. Nouriel Roubini, Blythe Masters's prediction, Google fails
Lively discussion of the new crypto platform, ways to use Bitcoin, reasoning about the concept of ‘elite’ in the crypto-world, how-to as fo usage BTC in real life: the hottest stuff from the Twitter community
Learning by LiveEdu, BlackBerry reveals news blockchain partnership, Huobi is accused, institutional investors think crypto has bottomed, GRU takes part in hacker attacks
Circle launches its own stablecoin, Bitmain files for an IPO, Ethereum is potentially able to scale without using Plasma or sharding. All these news — in our weekly digest
The issue of privacy has impacted tech companies and users alike. First it was Facebook, now it is Google Chrome.
Today we’re gonna talk about Ethereum. Lately, there was many news reports about its planned updates. We have to remember that it's a long-term plan, and we have to wait 3—4 years to see all these updates deployed on the mainnet, so now we have time to quietly analyze, what features will it have, how will it work.
Bitfinex introduces EOSfinex, blockchain will help the homeless, the market will grow 1,000-times, McAfee continues to pressure HitBTC, Nathaniel Popper shares his experience, Morgan Stanley doubles its plans around BTC
Twitter users turned a blind eye to the daily jumps of the rates and are trying to keep busy with other cases: reading Vitalik Buterin versus Coindesk, speculating whether Bitcoin will remain at all — this and much more in our weekly twitter-digest.
Goldman Sachs has no plans to halt its crypto trading desk, crypto isn’t a good form of money for terrorists, and many other interesting news in this weekend’s digest.
The weekend is a perfect opportunity to rest from instant news and deep into essentials. Say, to review a collection of our recent materials related to Ethereum technology:
Some very positive news for Bitcoin ETF, Iran legalizing crypto mining, Bitmain ‘cheating’ possibilities, they still buy CryptoKitties for thousands and a handful of government-oriented news
Vitalik Buterin gave a voluminous response to Jeremy Rubin’s grim outlooks on ETH. Before diving into the technicalities of the issue, the co-founder of Ethereum kindly provides a TL;DR: We are likely not doing full "economic abstraction".
This week, the calm has affected even reddit.com. While the market appears unstable yet mild, reddittors talk about something else. What exactly – we picked up. Here you are:
The stable growth of the market last few days, the discussion of blockchain technology and the statements of @elonmusk — that's what Twitter users are about
SEC will think twice, Vitalik Buterin talks about BCH fork, Nvidia leaves crypto mining, the UK explores DLT, Thailand works on its own crypto