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A new protocol is allowing users to complete cross-chain transactions – meaning value can be transferred between different blockchains such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Date: 25.10.2018 08:48
Taiwanese electronics company HTC has announced the presale of its widely-discussed blockchain smartphone, Exodus 1.
Date: 24.10.2018 08:20
Visa is integrating open-source blockchain code from the Hyperledger Fabric ahead of the commercial launch of its own blockchain service for enterprise payments in Q1 2019.
Date: 23.10.2018 05:49
U.K.-based multinational security services company G4S has developed a new service for protecting cryptocurrency assets.
Date: 19.10.2018 12:36
A central-bank approved Malaysian Fintech startup that has specializes in international money transfers has completed its first cross-border transfer on RippleNet, Ripple’s enterprise blockchain platform using an API solution.
Date: 18.10.2018 13:58
Japanese electronics giant Sony has developed a new blockchain-based digital rights management system that may see commercial rollout.
Date: 16.10.2018 14:06
Lightning Network is a second-level protocol that operates on top of a Bitcoin blockchain. The developers of the main cryptocurrency payment network offer it to increase the speed of transactions. The relevance of technological solutions caused by the growing interest in digital money. The increase in the total volume of operations has led to the need for system scalability.
Date: 05.10.2018 06:35
Bitcoin mining is the process of determining the cryptographic signature of operations block. The block of operations writes down the information about transactions entered into the network after the generation of the previous group of transactions (about 10 minutes). The main cryptocurrency network uses the SHA-256 Hash Algorithm. The miner is rewarded for his actions in digital coins.
Date: 03.10.2018 12:54
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) is considering launching a state-owned digital currency based on blockchain, local news outlet Vesti Ukraine reported. NBU says that the blockchain-based hryvnia, or e-hryvnia, has to be centralized and remain under government control. The state-backed coin is expected to increase the rate of non-cash payments, along with reducing their cost.
Date: 28.09.2018 19:24