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“I would love to invest into a consumer-facing application that could get blockchain-usage into the mainstream. Initially consumers wouldn’t know that blockchain is actually powering the application, thus removing the friction and education necessary.”
After a string of 51% attacks on Ethereum Classic, developers from its core chain rival, Ethereum, discuss ways of avoiding the same fate.
Government authorities and executives at Free Economic Zone “Bishkek” are reportedly involved in running a large-scale illegal mining farm.
Coronavirus stimulus failures show just how irrelevant the dollar supply has become and this “a wakeup call” for those not looking at Bitcoin, Cameron Winklevoss argues.
Bitcoin’s dominance has fallen to a 12-month low despite its recent rally, signaling renewed strength in the altcoins markets.
A new analysis suggests the token supplies for most DeFi projects are not widely distributed, with up to 99% held by the top 500 addresses.
Despite suffering its second 51% in a week, and major exchanges disabling deposit, withdrawal, and some trading services, Ethereum Classic is up 2% over yesterday.
An analysis of the 20 largest crypto assets by market cap determined that Bitcoin mining accounted for only 66% of total power consumption.