Tag Archives: Ethereum

12Mar/19

Ethereum’s ProgPoW Mining Change to Be Considered for Istanbul Upgrade

The code designed to enact ethereum’s next system-wide upgrade, Istanbul, may feature the inclusion of a controversial mining algorithm said to allow for broader participation in its network. Discussed Tuesday during aRead More…

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12Mar/19

SEC Chairman Confirms Cryptocurrencies Like Ethereum Are Not Securities

On March 12, the cryptocurrency and blockchain legislative advocacy group Coincenter published correspondence between the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman Jay Clayton and representative Ted Budd. The letter explains that ClaytonRead More…

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12Mar/19

Active Development for Most Bitcoin Forks Evaporates

A report published by Electric Capital has estimated that the number of developers working on public cryptocurrencies has doubled since January 2018. The research found that Ethereum has the largest development teamRead More…

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12Mar/19

Newsflash: SEC Chief Confirms Analysis That Ethereum isn’t a Security

Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton has formally confirmed existing staff analysis that Ethereum and other similar decentralized cryptocurrency assets are not securities, even if they were initially sold through anRead More…

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11Mar/19

Bitcoin Would Survive Recession, But Ethereum Might Crater: Tech VC

Bitcoin would survive a recession, while Ethereum would suffer and Ripple’s XRP would remain unaffected. That’s the prediction of Kyle Chapman, a partner with tech venture capital firm Cosimo Ventures. Chapman wroteRead More…

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11Mar/19

Markets Update: BNB, LTC, and XLM Pop, Top Cryptos Consolidate

This past week’s action has seen most leading markets produce little volatility, with the cryptocurrency meta-trend appearing to comprise consolidation while traders wait to see whether BTC can break above $4,000 forRead More…

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10Mar/19

Top Cryptos See Minor Losses as Bitcoin Falls Towards $3,900

Sunday, March 10 — most of the top 20 cryptocurrencies are reporting minor losses on the day by press time. Bitcoin (BTC) is falling towards the $3,900 mark again, according to Coin360Read More…

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