In a discussion with host Ran Neur, Walker also talked about Vlad Zamfir joining his project and said he is vying to launch the Casper technology even before Ethereum does. Continue reading Co-founder of Casper Labs believes we may see a third version of Ethereum soon
Predictive analytics firm Endor, announced today that Charles Hoskinson, co-founder of Ethereum, Cardano, and Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), will be joining the company as a senior advisor. Endor offers businesses and individuals the ability to generate AI-powered predictions based on encrypted data (without ever decrypting it). Using its proprietary Social Physics technology, Endor’s predictions engine analyzes huge data sets to identify patterns of human/customer behavior and delivers highly accurate business predictions to navigate companies forward. Continue reading Cardano CEO and Ethereum Co-Founder Charles Hoskinson, Joins Predictive Analytics Platform Endor, As Senior Advisor
Zurcoin co-founder Daniel Mark Harrison has alleged that the majority of crypto exchanges are actively engaged in manipulating digital asset markets, which threatens the long term stability of the market and also fundamentally contradicts cryptocurrency’s principle of decentralisation. Continue reading Zurcoin Co-Founder Alleges Most Exchanges Manipulating Cryptocurrency Market
Blockchain-based games have become a hot commodity in the cryptocurrency space. Ethereum-based CryptoKitties was the first game to take off on the market and since its inception, more and more games are being released. Etheremon is the latest game to be launched on the Ethereum blockchain. The idea of gaming on the blockchain is very new. The traditional game is controlled by a company and the game behavior can be changed easily by them. As a decentralized application, no one controls this game, and no one can take away your assets or cheat you in this world. It is immune to any outside influence as it’s guaranteed to execute only what the smart contracts were programmed to do. Moreover, because Ethereum runs on thousands of machines simultaneously, the services are provided with a 100% uptime guarantee. In Etheremon, all players share the same world. For example, there are only 195 Pangrass, so the maximum number of players that can have Pangrass at any particular time is 195. Users can also play with others via battle modes. It is similar to any online games, but there is no centralized server, all actions are done via Ethereum network. From those attributes, players can earn money from playing. Players can sell, lend their Etheremon to others, and as the resources are limited and transparent, there is a need for collecting them. It is similar to Bitcoin, there is a limit cap and no one controls it.