Are Decentralized Exchanges the Solution? A decentralized cryptocurrency exchange, also known as a DEX, is a trading platform that does not hold investor funds. Instead, digital asset trades occur directly between the two transacting parties on a peer-to-peer basis and are settled on the blockchain. Decentralized exchanges provide a degree of anonymity and personal financial […]
Parity, the ethereum software client, has announced some major changes, including the stripping away of its graphical user interface (GUI). In effect, the changes mean that Parity’s “wallet” – that is, its repository of private keys – does not now exist for general, non-technical consumers. All “installers and operating-system specific packages” have also been removed. […]
The country has been one of the most aggressive in its pursuit of blockchain-related innovation. According to a document from South Korea’s fourth vice ministerial meeting on “Growth through Innovation,” which took place on July 13, 2018, the country is discussing plans to reduce taxes for the purpose of supporting blockchain development. The release was […]
The decentralized application developer conference kicks off this week. A former train station in Berlin will be at capacity July 19-20, when numerous decentralized application (Dapp) creators and Ethereum enthusiasts descend for the Developer Conference for Ethereum Dapps & Infrastructure (or DappCon). According to its website, DappCon is a nonprofit conference for developers that focuses […]
You get a patent application, you get a patent application, everybody gets a patent application! Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Mastercard experiment with blockchains. On Tuesday, the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published patent applications for three major financial services companies: Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Mastercard. Each application describes a different […]
The new Parity Ethereum client signals readiness for upcoming blockchain evolution. Parity has been around the client-making block a few times (since 2016 to be exact), but today‘s release of Parity-Ethereum v2.0 has put a fresh spring in its step. With a new name (the added “Ethereum,” which is apparently to distinguish itself from Parity’s […]
General Idea Kimex.io wants to explore the binary options industry, which is a multi-billion dollar market. For example, only in Israel, binary options broker companies made $5 billion profit in 2016. When you buy a binary option from centralized brokers, you in fact bet against the platform. The broker makes money when you lose. However, […]
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