Crypto Recap July 4: Malta Reinforces Stance as 'Blockchain Island’
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NEO has entered the era of decentralization, the project announced in a statement on Wednesday. On July 4 at 1PM UTC, the NEO Foundation initiated the election of new consensus nodes.
The cryptocurrency market cap has risen from $263 billion to $276 billion in as little as six hours with Bitcoin seeing a 1.97 percent increase over the last 24 hours ...
Binance has given a more detailed explanation regarding the events over the last couple of hours following the irregular trading Syscoin activity. In a statement released just now, the exchange is providing a recap on the incident.
The crypto friendly island, Malta continues to invent itself with its parliament set to approve the three cryptocurrency and blockchain bills via a third reading tonight.
R3 has scored another win in the insurance sector, giving the startup a wide lead over other distributed ledger technology (DLT) providers in the sector.
Spain's ruling party believes the government should utilize blockchain to operate the country's public administration more efficiently.
An EU banking regulator has published a new report exploring the benefits and risks associated with the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT) in finance.
Prices for RAM on the EOS network have skyrocketed this week, reaching as high as almost 920 EOS (around $8,160 to press time) per 1MB of RAM, as data from MarketstackD.io indicates today, July 4.
Conservative member of the British Parliament Eddie Hughes has said that the British government needs a Chief Blockchain Officer to enable social freedom, increase efficiency and rebuild societal trust.
Blockchain security firm CipherTrace recently reported that $731 million worth of cryptocurrencies were stolen from crypto exchanges during the first half of 2018.
At the Building on Bitcoin conference this week, Jameson Lopp, former lead engineer at BitGo and engineer at CasaHODL, revealed that an estimated 4 million BTC are lost and 2 million BTC are stolen.
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