What are Cross Chain Atomic Swaps

What are Cross Chain Atomic Swaps?

There is great competition in the cryptocurrency space. What used to mainly be dominated by Bitcoin is now challenged by a range of other cryptocurrencies and ecosystems. Although they differ in a range of ways, one thing that they share...

/ November 7, 2017
Tezos ICO Challenged Lawsuit

From a $232m ICO to Lawsuits – The Tezos Story

Tezos was co-founded by husband and wife team Arthur and Kathleen Breitman, and the Swiss based couple began developing the project in 2014 when the project’s white paper was first published. The duo appeared well placed to lead such an...

/ November 7, 2017
Bitcoin Trading in China

The Future of Bitcoin Trading in China: Regulatory Workarounds and Rumors

Two months ago, the crypto world was rocked by the Chinese government’s announcement that they’d be banning crypto exchanges indefinitely in China. This bombshell sent shockwaves through the space, both regarding sentiments and price. Fear, uncertainty, and despair took over...

/ November 6, 2017
Increasing Demand ENS

Adoption Increasing of Ethereum Name Service

The Ethereum Name Service (ENS) was first released on the Ethereum mainnet on 4th of May 2017. This allowed for an automated auction process where anyone could register a .eth domain TLD using the auction process. This allowed anyone to...

/ November 6, 2017
Decentralised Applications on Ethereum

How DApps can Overcome the Risks of Centralisation

We are all in love with the Apps on our phones. There is an App for everything from matchmaking to money. It is indeed no surprise that the saying “I’m sure there is an App for that” has become a...

/ November 5, 2017
Choosing a Bitcoin Hardware Wallet

What to consider when purchasing a hardware wallet and the best wallets to buy

Keeping your capital safe and secured has always been a focal point when it comes to cryptocurrency trading and investing. And for a while now people have been using digital wallets to help them in protecting their cryptocurrency so to...

/ November 4, 2017
CryptoShuffler Malware Trojan

Beware the CryptoShuffler, A Trojan that Will Steal Your Coins

Given that so many people are moving into cryptocurrencies and are using them to make payments, a new opportunity has opened up for cyber criminals. We have all heard of the high profile ransomware hacks that make a public statement...

/ November 4, 2017
Bitconnect Ponzi Scheme

BitConnect (BCC) – Inside The Concerns Surrounding The Cryptocoin

There are two distinct groups in the crypto community: those who sing the praises of BCC, and those who are unabashed in calling BCC and its associated lending platform an all-out Ponzi scheme that could come crashing down at any...

/ November 3, 2017
Ethereum Devcon Notice

A Check in on the Ethereum Roadmap at Devcon

The annual Ethereum developer conference kicked off on November 1, in Cancun, Mexico. The four-day Devcon3 event has gathered a host of Ethereum developers, investors, and enthusiasts while the featured speakers represent a who’s who of luminaries in the Ethereum...

/ November 3, 2017
Smart Contracts Fund Bounties Hydra

Using Smart Contracts to Fund Bug Bounties with Hydra

Ethereum Smart Contracts have been touted as one of the most interesting blockchain developments in the past few years. The Ethereum protocol allows developers to code smart contracts which run on the blockchain. However, irrespective of how many smart and...

/ November 3, 2017