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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 2: Monero Review
Q1: What is the rationale of having 10 different TAC tokens rather than one single TAC coin?
This is something we thought about for a long time, whether to have one single TAC coin or a series of tokens, or both. Having 10 different tokens doesn’t make a lot of sense to most people however it was the only way we could achieve our entire end goal of creating an industry base currency. Although we are currently only launching the 10 tokens and our MVP, our long term goals involve the creation of an entire blockchain and the TAC coin will be the underlying currency of that blockchain. Continue reading Interview with Bruce Bates: TACToken, The Decentralization of Advertising
Blockchain security startup Bitgo has announced that it has received regulatory approval in the U.S. to offer cryptocurrency custody services. With the move, BitGo becomes the latest company to throw its hat into the crypto custody ring as the market prepares to welcome large institutional investors who have previously been put off by crypto’s substantial custody risk. Continue reading BitGo Receives Approval to Operate
Just days after French soccer giant Paris Saint-Germain football club (PSG) announced its own cryptocurrency, complete with an initial coin offering (ICO), Brazil’s Avaí Football Club has come up with a similar plan. Continue reading Brazilian Football Club Avaí to Launch Cryptocurrency
Smart contracts on two EOS gambling platforms have been hacked in the last four days to the tune of more than a quarter of a million dollars, with another platform paying out $600,000 to one user in an unusual-looking jackpot which EOSBet insists was simply luck. Continue reading Two EOS Gambling Platforms Fall Prey to $260,000 Hack