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Bull Bitcoin joins Blockstream’s Liquid exchange network

Bull Bitcoin, a Canadian bitcoin exchange, is joining Liquid, a second layer tech for bitcoin created by Blockstream; the sidechain for faster BTC payments now has around 30 members, including Bitfinex, BitMEX, OKCoin, and other exchanges, with the total of $900K moving around on the network, Blockstream’s chief strategy officer Samson Mow told CoinDesk – Link

By |September 16th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

A tour of the varieties of DAI

📚 DAI, the native stablecoin of the MakerDAO system, has become a fundamental building block for decentralized finance that has enabled a variety of new financial products including:

 

xDAI – The first DAI derivative that runs on a delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) sidechain to allow for frictionless transfers with short transaction times.

iDAI – […]

By |September 16th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

HTC’s blockchain phone now supports Bitcoin Cash

Today HTC announced its partnership with Bitcoin.com to add Bitcoin Cash support for its Exodus 1 blockchain phone; the new function will come with Bitcoin.com’s preinstalled wallet and be rolled into the Exodus 1 software update; Bitcoin.com will also sell the Exodus 1 and all future versions – Link

By |September 16th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

Ethereum privacy startup Aztec announces zkSNARK generation ceremony and latest investment round

Aztec, a privacy-focused Ethereum startup, announced the launch of its zero-knowledge succinct non-Interactive argument of knowledge (SNARKs) generation via a cryptographic ceremony called Ignition, Coin Telegraph reports; the process will build an open source “reference string” that the company believes will be used by both Aztec and future crypto systems; the data generated will include […]

By |September 16th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

OKEx Korea delisting all privacy coins, including Monero, Zcash and Dash, as these ‘violate’ FATF’s ‘travel rule’

Transaction support for five privacy coins – Monero, Dash, Zcash, Horizen, and Super Bitcoin – will end for OKEx Korea customers on Oct. 10; according to the exchange, the decision was made that these assets “violate” the Financial Action Task Force (FATF’s) “travel rule” because they do not allow the exchange to collect customer information […]

By |September 16th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

Square Crypto grants $100K to support BTCPay Server

Square Crypto, the crypto-focused branch of mobile payment company Square, announced on Saturday that it is providing BTCPay Foundation with a grant of $100K to support BTCPay Server, an open-source cryptocurrency payment processor; BTCPay Server can allocate the funds to create anything, “as long as it’s free and open-source software that improves the security, scalability, […]

By |September 16th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

Circle is raising a $100M fund for its crowdfunding arm 3 days ago

According to recent LinkedIn post, Circle is hiring a General Partner to raise a $100M venture capital fund; the firm acquired SeedInvest earlier this year, and will be looking to leverage their deal flow and network of investors – Link

By |August 26th, 2019|Investing|0 Comments

MakerDAO token holders vote on the priority list for multi-collateral Dai 2 days ago

Maker token holders have voted for which tokens will be prioritized in multi-collateral Dai; according to the votes the priority list will be Ethereum, Augur, Basic Attention Token, 0x, DigixDAO, OmiseGo, and Golem; between 39 and 50 unique voters participated in voting for each asset – Link

By |August 26th, 2019|Innovation, Investing|0 Comments

Blockchain announced a partnership with BitPay3 days ago

According to a blog post published today, Blockchain will integrate BitPay’s payment architecture into its wallet service; this partnership will allow Blockchain wallet users to pay merchants online or on mobile – Link

By |August 26th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

Polkadot’s experimental chain Kusama rolls out a soft launch 3 days ago

Polkadot’s experimental “canary” chain launched today with the goal of providing a sandbox for developers and even encouraging them to break the protocol; Kusama mimics what they can expect in Polkadot – deploying parachains, staking, nomination, validation, and even participating in governance – Link

By |August 26th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

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