From privacy, to security, to resistance to government interference, decentralized exchanges are way ahead of their centralized counterparts — and yet they’re not capturing the public imagination. IOST co-founder Jimmy Zhong offers his thoughts as to why
BlackRock’s application of technology, including the Aladdin platform, is the heart of the company’s competitive advantage. Who will be the BlackRock of cryptocurrencies, and where will the next Aladdin come from?
In today’s world, each firm in a market has an insanely complex IT estate with hundreds or thousands of corporate applications, many of which do the same thing as their competitors. But it’s worse than that. Not only do firms have massively duplicated systems, none of them are ever in sync. However, the advent of Bitcoin taught us there is another possibility.
Bancor, a decentralized ERC20 exchange, in a statement released earlier today let its community know that a vulnerability in its network had been exploited by hackers who stole 24,984 ETH (worth approximately $11,815,683, at index prices), $1 million of NPXS and $10 million worth of Bancor tokens.
According to Crypto Fund Research, these are the 10 most important and influential venture capital companies investing in blockchain and cryptocurrency companies — ranked according to four key criteria: value of total blockchain investments, total number of blockchain investments, length of blockchain investment experience, and level of investment activity in the last 12 months
Binance’s trading suspension lifted as more details emerge about July 3rd incident
Shockwaves across crypto markets today as Binance hot wallets are compromised and attackers make off with 7000 BTC
A Hong Kong-based venture capital firm is placing a major bet that tZero, a security token exchange owned by e-commerce company Overstock, will be the future of tokenization.
While the communities of Ripple (XRP) and Monero (XMR) are growing, fans of the currencies still face challenges when it comes to storage
The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation in Europe raises some critical questions about Distributed Ledger Technology. At the top of the list: Does GDPR really apply to DLT, and is it even enforceable?