Blockchain has arrived fully at the gates of Silicon Valley. Consider these two stories. Continue reading Google wants to index crypto. Facebook wants to eat it.
Bram Cohen, the visionary computer programmer who created peer-to-peer file sharing protocol BitTorrent and the company of the same name, is no longer involved with the project following its sale to Tron and subsequent launch of a crypto token. He wants to make sure that you know that. Continue reading BitTorrent’s Creator Wants You to Know He’s Not Involved with Tron’s Crypto Facelift
Having acquired Earn.com in April, Coinbase has launched the first product out of that relationship. Dubbed “Coinbase Earn,” a resource page where crypto lovers can learn more about cryptocurrencies trading on Coinbase and get rewarded with tokens. The announcement, which was published on its blog, marks the 10th day of its 12 Days of Consecutive Announcement, where the U.S. based exchange promises to make a major announcement within 12 days. Continue reading Coinbase Wants You to Earn Crypto While Learning About Crypto
The United States Department of Homeland Security has announced its intention to develop a monitoring framework to effectively track Zcash and Monero transactions through enhanced forensic analytics capabilities. In a newly released document, the DHS reveals that it aims to achieve this by designing “a product to support the implementation of block chain based forensics, data analysis, and information sharing.” Continue reading Uncle Sam Wants to Snoop on Your Monero Transactions