Thursday, March 4, 2021

Cryptocurrencies

TechCrunch: Over 1000 Crypto Projects Are Considered ‘Dead’ Now

There are over 1,000 “dead” crypto projects as of June 30, TechCrunch reports citing two websites that monitor dysfunctional ICOs Source link

Expedia Drops Bitcoin Payments, Official Confirms

Travel booking platform Expedia has stopped accepting bitcoin (BTC). A company representative confirmed the policy change, while stating that various payment options are...

Arbitration on a Governed Blockchain: EOS’ Crisis of Dispute Resolution

EOS is having a hard time resolving disputes on its platform, but Dan Larimer has a fix Source link

Blockchain's Impact on Food and Farming, Explained

Blockchain could help reduce food safety scares and ensure farmers are paid fairly for their produce Source link

Crypto Markets Rebound Significantly After a Week of Losses

Crypto markets see substantial growth after Bitcoin suffered two dips below $6,000 this week - the coin is now trading at around $6,400 Source...

The Daily: Swiss Crypto Vault, Huobi Opens in London, Malta Approves...

In Saturday’s Bitcoin in Brief, we cover some of the new expansion plans of leading cryptocurrency trading platforms. Singapore-based Huobi has confirmed its...

Union Square Ventures to Invest in Crypto and Blockchain Long-Term Without...

New York-based Union Square Ventures is planning to invest in crypto and blockchain in the long-term, but will not start a separate fund Source...

Austrian Financial Authority Calls for Tighter Regulation of ICOs and Cryptocurrencies

Austrian financial regulators have called upon the government to enact more strict regulations on ICOs and cryptocurrencies Source link

Overstock’s tZero Signs Letter of Intent for $160 Mln Security Token...

Overstock subsidiary tZero and investment company GSR Capital have signed a letter of intent for purchase $160 million worth of tZero security tokens Source...

Basketball Team Sacramento Kings Mine Ethereum to Fund Tech Education Scholarships

Basketball team the Sacramento Kings plan to mine Ethereum and donate the proceeds to scholarships for tech education Source link