Binance Launchpad––’s token launch platform for transformative blockchain projects––has announced support for its eighth project of the year, , a Singapore-based startup behind a new blockchain protocol project. Perlin is developing the Wavelet distributed ledger, built on a new and pioneering ‘leaderless proof of stake’ consensus mechanism developed for easily deploying decentralized apps. Perlin’s Wavelet […]
Game Oasis Hackathon is a global gaming hackathon co-hosted by , Cocos-BCX, Celer Network, Contentos, and Matic Network. The hackathon consists of three rounds including the preliminary online hackathon to onsite hackathons in 4 cities; Shanghai, Seoul, San Francisco, and Bengaluru. In Round 1, participants are required to register as a team. In Round 2, […]
Top experts discussed the future of blockchain and cryptocurrency during a CNBC-hosted panel at the Sanctuary in Davos. This content was originally published here.
A few days ago, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, testified before Congress about the measures taken by the social media giant to protect users’ data. And if there is a theme that emerged in the testimony, it is the significant role that big data analytics play in business success.It is no wonder that a […]
That statement comes amid a period of crypto frenzy, with the cryptocurrencies themselves rising in value significancy, and it’s already prompting some people to speculate on what companies Facebook should buy. It marks a rare time that the CEO of a major global tech company has committed to even exploring the blockchain. It’s really is a no-brainer for […]
Opinion: Cryptocurrencies are useless. Blockchain solutions are frequently much worse than the systems they replace. Here’s why. This content was originally published here.
Bitcoin technology has gone mainstream: Mastercard will now process blockchain payments. But one catch: You can’t pay with cryptocurrency. This content was originally published here.
The first wave of crypto-focused smartphones from big players like Samsung is a small step toward a decentralized web. This content was originally published here.
Blockchain engineers are making between $150,000 and $175,000 on average, far above the average of $135,000 earned by typical software engineers, according to stats provided to CNBC. This content was originally published here.
In an evaluation of 1 million smart contracts, a new analysis tool discovered that 34,200 had security vulnerabilities. Before we transition to a blockchain-based digital economy, we need to tackle the flaws in this system. This content was originally published here.