State Sponsored Blockchain Initiatives Strive to Protect and Encourage Intellectual property in Uzbekistan

October 24, 2018  /  by Angel Reyes
In a post-Soviet era, individual liberties and properties hold a strong value in the hearts of Uzbek Citizens. On Tuesday, Oct. 16, Russian intellectual property startup, Russian National Intellectual Property Transactions Coordination Center (iPChain) signed a deal with Uzbek officials to begin developing a blockchain for copyright records. Uzbek Officials from national capital, Tashkent, met… Read more

51% For Nothing

October 16, 2018  /  by Ronald Tichenor
The potential for 51% attacks has plagued cryptocurrencies since Bitcoin’s founding in 2009. There are plenty of different possible ways to attack a blockchain or cryptocurrency. The famed 51% attack is perhaps the best known. When a consortium of miners control more than 50% of a network’s mining hashrate, this opens the possibility to print… Read more

Blockchain Pioneer Charlie Shrem Catches up with Morpheus.Network CEO Dan Weinberger

October 12, 2018  /  by CathyTest ZolloTest
 On Thursday, Crypto.IQ’s Charlie Shrem talked to Dan Weinberger, co-founder & CEO of Morpheus.Network, about the exciting role blockchain and supply logistics will play in global trade. Weinberger was on his way to China to deliver a speech at the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe conference about the Morpheus.Network blockchain-based logistics platform. If… Read more

Blockstream’s Liquid Launched

October 11, 2018  /  by Ronald Tichenor
Blockstream’s Samson Mow announced the official launch of the Liquid Network in a blog post yesterday. The Bitcoin sidechain project, several years in the making, has actually been live since Sept. 27. It is designed to decrease transaction times to nearly instant for partner traders and exchanges. This allows for increased arbitrage opportunities, reduced balances… Read more

Lightning Labs CEO Speaks About the Future of The Lightning Network

October 4, 2018  /  by Jackson Rickun
At a recent Bitcoin conference, CEO and Co-Founder of Lightning Labs, Elizabeth Stark, spoke about the future of the Lightning Network. The conference, called Baltic Honeybadger 2018, was held in Riga, Latvia earlier this week and brought together notable Bitcoin leaders like Saifedean Ammous, Peter Todd, Adam Back, and Stark to discuss the current cryptoasset… Read more

Ripple’s xRapid Goes Live

October 3, 2018  /  by Jackson Rickun
Ripple Labs announced yesterday it’s new xRapid payment protocol is now commercially available. In Ripple’s annual two-day Swell conference, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse said three institutional customers — MercuryFX, Cuallix, and Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union — will use the newly available xRapid protocol. Ripple’s payment system, called RippleNet, is comprised of three different protocols,… Read more

Bitcoin’s Traceability Leads to New Solutions to Preserve its Fungibility

July 10, 2018  /  by CathyTest ZolloTest
The last dollar bill you held in your hand almost certainly had detectable amounts of cocaine on it. In fact, 90 percent of U.S. currency carries trace amounts of the drug, and the percentage is even higher around some urban areas.  If you’ve seen pretty much any narco movie in recent years, you know why.… Read more

The Lightning Network and You

July 8, 2018  /  by CathyTest ZolloTest
The most relevant way to talk about Bitcoin’s Lightning Network for non-engineers/developers and crypto newcomers is to explain how it can benefit you and how you engage with it. The Lightning Network uses smart contracts to oversee transactions that happen alongside — but not on — the main blockchain. Smart contracts remove any need for… Read more
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