Alex Gladstein, CSO of the Human Rights Foundation, posted a picture of the back of Blockchain: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review. The Harvard Business Review text was pretty dismissive of Bitcoin and clearly favored other blockchain uses. “While the world is transfixed by Bitcoin mania, your competitors are tuning out the noise and
According to claims by Vitalik Buterin and others in the Ethereum community, the Istanbul hard fork is able to handle 3000 transactions per second, a huge step up from the current 15. This is allegedly a result of EIP-2028, one Ethereum Improvement Proposal within Istanbul that reduces the gas cost of “calldata,” where data from external
Today, Brian Fabian Crain, CEO of Chorus One, tweeted a screenshot showing that Binance has submitted 55.81% of all votes on the TRON proof-of-stake network. “What a joke: @binance controls 56% of the voting power on @tronfoundation. If they split their votes across 25 nodes, they’d have 499k per node and would control 25 out
The Block published research of the top 8 crypto investors, and 5 out of 8 have money invested in blockchain-based games. Galaxy Digital, specifically has about 15% of their holdings in games while firms like Polychain and Coinbase Ventures hold a bit less. Still waiting to see blockchain games reach the masses Games take a
December is a comparatively slow time for events since westerners are celebrating holidays, but there are still some important happenings in the crypto space. From exchanges opening, exchanges closing and crypto charity during the most giving time of the year, here are some things to keep an eye on. Waves crypto exchange releases – Dec.
In an interview with Fortune, PayPal CEO, Dan Schulman, revealed thoughts on blockchain, Libra and Bitcoin. He says that PayPal is looking into blockchain applications, but the only real solutions he can find are for identity. Are PayPal and Facebook still friendly? People have been wondering why PayPal left Facebook‘s Libra Association since their abrupt