They don’t exist yet, but you can soon buy Polkadot tokens from CoinFLEX via a new mechanism: the initial futures offering (IFO).
Staking is getting attention for all the wrong reasons, and it’s time to re-examine its role, argues Decred’s Jake Yocom-Piatt.
After dissent earlier this month, ethereum classic developers decided today to recommit to a hard fork activation date in September.
Tendermint, the firm behind the core technology of Cosmos, has released a full disclosure about a past vulnerability in the Cosmos SDK.
The Monero community is making one last attempt to block specialized mining hardware devices from the network.
IEOs are some of the hottest crypto investments of 2019, with many having already provided triple-digit returns. Better yet, there may be a way to help predict their price movements.
Ethereum developers can now start coding specialized smart contracts – called “secret contracts” – leveraging the Enigma protocol for data privacy and protection.
For academics, bitcoin, and more broadly crypto, is an exciting space where the ideas they write up in papers actually get built and tested.
Ethereum classic developers discussed during a call today the possibility of speeding up mainnet activation of system-wide upgrade, Atlantis. In compromise, a slightly adjusted test network activation timeline for June 19 was collectively agreed upon.
Many of the companies associated with NEO have proven to be a lucrative boon for token cofounders Erik Zhang and Da Hongfei.
The enterprise blockchain startup has updated its Pact programming language to allow smart contract execution between private and public networks.
This summer will see the first network upgrade for Grin, a privacy-oriented cryptocurrency that uses the technology Mimblewimble.
Polkadot’s bid for unicorn status has hit a snag, with three Chinese funds buying into the token sale at valuations below $1 billion.
Ethereum Classic developer failed to reach consensus today a “final call” to approve, update or reject upcoming system-wide upgrade or hard fork, Atlantis.
The most popular decentralized finance application on ethereum, MakerDAO, was built to keep a stablecoin’s price stable. Under the hood, it’s quite complex, featuring two separate tokens, a lending system and even a voting process. Here’s how it works
Tezos has activated its first ever on-chain upgrade initiated entirely by Tezos bakers during a three months period of both voting and code testing.
After nearly two weeks of continuous voting, MakerDAO token holders have officially activated a decrease to DAI stablecoin fees.
For the past three months, users of the Tezos blockchain have been voting on a set of two upgrade proposals. Now, the Tezos blockchain is set to activate its first official system-wide upgrade having completed three separate rounds of voting.
Two mining pools recently carried out a 51 percent attack on the bitcoin cash blockchain.
Bitcoin SV surged more than 200 percent on some exchanges after Craig Wright filed a copyright registration for the bitcoin white paper.