Tag: Justin Sun

Digibyte Review

Digibyte Review: Truly Decentralized UTXO Blockchain

Digibyte is one of the oldest running blokchains having been released in January of 2014.  Recently, interest has begun flooding back into the project and its DGB currency. With no company, no CEO, and no controlling central force. It began...

/ May 8, 2020
Hive Blockchain Review

Hive Review: Steem Fork & Blockchain for Web 3.0

Hive is one of the newest blockchains on the scene, having been created on March 20, 2020 as a hardfork from the Steem blockchain. This was no doubt one of the most contentious forks of 2020 given the people that were...

/ April 30, 2020
BitTorrent (BTT) Review

BitTorrent Review: The Token of the Largest File Sharing Protocol

BitTorrent (BTT) is the native token of the world’s largest file sharing protocol that recently completed a much touted ICO earlier this year. The ICO and token received all of this publicity because it was the first to complete a...

/ February 14, 2019
Tron Announces Peiwo App Social Media

Tron Announces Wallet On Social Media App – The Boost TRX Needs?

Tron, the cryptocurrency startup that aims to offer a way for content creators to post their content without using a third-party has announced their collaboration with Chinese social media app Peiwo. According to the official Tron labs medium page, the...

/ February 8, 2018
Inside the Drama at Tron

Inside the Drama Around the Recently Booming Tron (TRX)

Talking about the hot-then-cold Tron (TRX) is one way to draw a strong reaction in the cryptoverse these days. Some people love the project, some people hate it. Some consider it an open scam, others think it has revolutionary potential....

/ January 16, 2018
Tron TRX Review

Tron (TRX): the Cryptocurrency That Can Heal the Internet?

There’s no question that there’s some “shill fatigue” in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. It makes it so investors grow weary of looking into new projects because it feels like we’ve heard promises of “saving the world” from earlier teams a dozen...

/ December 28, 2017