Daily Archives: August 29, 2019

Crypto Lending Platforms Prepare to Assail the Banking System

The battle lines have been drawn and the troops assembled. On the one side stands the combined might of the banking cartels, centuries of deeply entrenched financial infrastructure supporting them. And on the other side stands a handful of crypto companies armed with little more than a passionate plea: “Ditch the legacy system and come join us. Where we’re going, ...

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Telegram to Release TON Blockchain Code on September 1

Telegram will release the code required to run a Telegram Open Network (TON) node on September 1, according to individuals close to the project. The news was confirmed by two individuals familiar with the project, an investor and an affiliate with TON labs. There has been a high level of secrecy around the project, and some analysts have previously raised ...

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Bitcoin Price Hovers Around $9,500 Following Sudden Price Drop

Bitcoin’s price is trading around $ 9,500 and the crypto market is largely red Cointelegraph.com News

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Blockchain Technology Revenue Expected to Hit $10 Billion in 2023

Last year the cryptocurrency industry experienced a harsh industry-wide drop in asset prices. However, the prices have since recovered, and the blockchain technology is expected to rack billions of dollars in growth. Blockchain Revenue to Hit $ 10 Billion in 2023 ABI Research conducted a study, and its findings indicated that there are big things ahead for blockchain technology. The ...

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Cryptocurrencies Such as Bitcoin Cash Shine During Hong Kong Protests

The Hong Kong protests started in June 2019 over a controversial bill and now after weeks of demonstrations, marching citizens are fighting for the future of Hong Kong. In the midst of all the activists protesting, digital currencies like bitcoin cash are being promoted as a way for people to remove themselves from China’s system. Also Read: Venezuelan Pharmacy Chain ...

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Unix at 50: How the OS that powered smartphones started from failure

Enlarge / Ken Thompson (sitting) and Dennis Ritchie (standing) in front of a PDP-11. Ritchie annotated this press image for Bell Labs as “an amusing photo,” and he joked that he had much “more luxuriant and darker hair” at the time of the photo than when it appeared in magazines like the March 1999 Scientific American (which, unfortunately, incorrectly swapped ...

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How Market Makers Inject Liquidity Into the Cryptoconomy

Market makers have a reputation that is entirely disproportionate to what they do. Despite what half of crypto Twitter would have you believe, MMs, as they are colloquially known, are a neutral force when used correctly. But should tokenized projects be routinely deploying these tools on crypto exchanges, and what are the long-term ramifications of manufacturing buy and sell orders? ...

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Andreas Antonopoulos Announces New ‘Mastering Lightning Network’ Book

Andreas Antonopoulos announced his new “Mastering Lightning Network” book, co-authored by Olaoluwa Osuntokun and René Pickhardt Cointelegraph.com News

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