For ether, the cryptocurrency that powers the ethereum network, 2016 was defined in part by the creation and subsequent collapse of The DAO, the blockchain-based investment vehicle that raised more than $150 million at then-current prices. Yet as 2017 comes to a close, the cryptocurrency is closing the books on a banner year for its […]
IOTA is a cryptocurrency that focuses on the internet of things, or IoT. Unlike Bitcoin, there’s no blockchain and there are no transaction fees. IOTA uses a ledger called Tangle where there are no fees for transactions, thereby making micro and nano-transactions possible, allowing devices to transact with one another. Tangle and mining IOTA Tangle […]
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