Ethereum Classic (ETC) is one of the best digital assets currently available in the market. Backed by a strong and capable team, the future for ETC looks bright and promising. Continue reading Ethereum Classic Reaffirms Importance of Decentralization, as ETC is on the Rise
Ethereum Classic (ETC) is a promising blockchain with a lot of potential. In fact, technology wise it is not much different than Ethereum (ETH) and it has a fixed supply like Bitcoin (BTC). The price is currently trading slightly above the 61.8% Fibonacci extension level, but if it slides below it like we expect it to during the upcoming correction, the end result of such a decline would be ETC/USD at $1! To think that we can buy a cryptocurrency like Ethereum
Classic (ETC) for one dollar goes on to show how far this bear trend has gone. When it comes to investing in cryptocurrencies, some investors look for coins that will make a quick short term gain but others look for better long term investments. Continue reading Could Ethereum Classic (ETC) Fall To $1 During The Next Corrective Wave?
Ethereum Classic (ETC) is handing by a thread as price trades lightly above the 50 day moving average. This is the only thing between ETC/USD holding its ground and crashing hard to a new low in 2019. So long as Bitcoin (BTC) continues to stall a move to the downside, Ethereum Classic (ETC) is expected to do the same. Continue reading Ethereum Classic (ETC) May Decline Further But Future Prospects Are Bright
Earlier this month BitcoinExchangeGuide had reported about Google opening their arm to Blockchain via BigQuery. Last year Day and lead developer Evgeny Medvedev discreetly loaded transaction data for the bitcoin and ethereum blockchains, along with some basic search tools, to Google’s BigQuery data analytics platform and have been studying how developers are using the software. Continue reading Google’s Blockchain ETL Toolset Adds BCH, Dash, DOGE, ETC, LTC and ZEC Cryptocurrencies
Formal verification is currently a popular method of debugging smart contracts. This method relies on logical and mathematical testing. However, it also requires developers to define what is correct, a task that becomes more complex as a project grows larger. But despite its inconveniences, formal verification is currently a leading option for bug testers. Continue reading Ethereum Classic (ETC) Prof Proposes Simpler Smart Contract Debugging