You heard that right, it’s been 10 years since the domain “Bitcoin.org” was registered by Bitcoin’s first developers, Satoshi Nakamoto, and Martti Malmi whose identities till date remain a mystery. Continue reading 10 years of Bitcoin: All you need to know!
Digital Asset market is worth $270 billion now. Eyeing this massive opportunity, Intercontinental Exchange, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), has launched the Bakkt ecosystem which will provide a marketplace for digital assets like cryptocurrencies. This ecosystem will be federally regulated to ensure full legal compliance. The Intercontinental Exchange has joined hands with big companies like Microsoft, Starbucks, and BCG to provision various services required for the success of this project. The Bakkt ecosystem is expected to incorporate federally regulated markets and warehousing along with consumer and merchant applications. Continue reading INTERCONTINENTAL EXCHANGE LAUNCHES BAKKT ECOSYSTEM
An interview with John Kamara, Director for Global Gaming Africa, on how Africa has embraced Blockchain technology, by Katy Micallef Continue reading Blockchain in Africa: The next frontier
The cryptocurrency industry is developing at a fast pace, with new and exciting ventures emerging every day. While some of these ventures have brought the people behind them into the spotlight, several of them are created by well-known people in the industry. When Bitcoin was first created, it didn’t gain immediate popularity and only a handful of people understood its true value. This meant that such people had a headstart on Bitcoin investments which were cheap at the time. Continue reading THE WINKLEVOSS TWINS’ PROJECT GEMINI
This article is part one of a four part Eden Labs series on about privacy tokens.
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When analyzing a project, the Eden Labs team looks for projects that do something unique or do it much better than its competition. Quality projects should be able to explain complex ideas simplified to their audience. In addition, projects that rely heavily on a broad user base have to have an incentive for the first ten people to join the network before a million users is ever achievable. No project will succeed if it requires a million participants to bring any value to its users. Continue reading Privacy Tokens Part 1: Zcash Review