The next stage in the privacy protocol’s roadmap will no longer occur in Q3, according to the company.
Bancor has announced plans to launch on EOS, expanding its decentralized token exchange protocol to a second blockchain.
Tether, despite questions surrounding its finances, remains the dominant stablecoin. Following a recent announcement, is that starting to change?
A project that aims to build a more resilient, reliable GPS using smart contracts is up and running on the ethereum blockchain.
Bitcoin, born into the flames of the credit crisis, seemed like a rebellion against a broken financial system. Ten years later, is that still true?
With lightning speeds and zero fees, EOS blows other blockchains out of the water for user experience. For developers, though, it’s proving costly.
The new company, which incorporates the Interledger and Codius technologies Thomas helped develop at Ripple, is now available to try out.
Revealed exclusively to CoinDesk, Enigma’s “secret contracts” privacy protocol has eight partners gearing up for its launch later this year.
A system for holding referenda on EOS is expected to launch soon. And that could release a huge pile of funds – or get rid of it.
Many have high hopes for ethereum-based prediction market Augur; others only seem interested in using it for some old-fashioned internet trolling.