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Searching for scalability with Lisk (LSK) White Label Sidechains

By Daniel Jennings / February 14, 2019

The value at Lisk (LSK) comes from the blockchain platform’s focus on white label sidechains. Essentially, a sidechain is a stripped down blockchain designed for one specific purpose. For example, facilitating payments between blockchain payments, or enabling payment between a blockchain platform and a traditional payment system. The Lisk platform will supposedly offer users the […]

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Jumping into ICON (ICX) – is blockchain more valuable than cryptocurrency

By Daniel Jennings / February 5, 2019

ICON (ICX); a South Korean project, demonstrates that blockchain could be more valuable than cryptocurrency. ICON is potentially disruptive because it claims dozens of companies are working with its commercial blockchain solutions. For instance, ICON claims it is working with 26 Korean security firms in the Korea Financial Blockchain Consortium.” Impressively, ICON launched CHAIN ID […]

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PayPal was originally a Digital Currency

By Daniel Jennings / February 4, 2019

PayPal was originally a digital currency, cofounder Luke Nosek claims. Tellingly, Nosek made the revelation at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “Many people don’t know this, but the initial mission of PayPal was to create a global currency that was independent of interference by these, you know, corrupt cartels of banks and governments that […]

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Diving into Einsteinium (EMC2) a potentially disruptive cryptocurrency

By Daniel Jennings / February 1, 2019

There are several attributes that make Einsteinium (EMC2) a potentially disruptive cryptocurrency. Strangely, observers usually ignore Einsteinium’s most valuable and disruptive feature. Interestingly, that feature is the capability to collect “taxes” through cryptocurrency. To explain, the Einsteinium Foundation collects a 2.5% tax every time they mine an EMC2 token. In detail, the Foundation donates most of […]

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SyncFab plans MainNet for early 2019

By Daniel Jennings / January 31, 2019

SyncFab hopes to unveil its Ethereum-based platform for connecting industrial machines and customers early this year. Notably, SyncFab claims its Mainnet could be up and running in 1st Quarter 2019. Hence, SyncFab could take orders for industrial machine services in its SyncFab (MFG) ERC20 (Ethereum Request for Comment) token soon. In addition, SyncFab could soon […]

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Raiden Network testing Alpha Version on the Ethereum Mainnet

By Daniel Jennings / January 29, 2019

The Raiden Network is testing the alpha version of its blockchain scalability solution on the Ethereum Mainnet. Specifically, the Alpha Test or Red Eyes went live on December 21, 2018. Importantly, the purpose of Red Eyes is to enable the fast transfer of Ethereum and Ethereum Request for Contact (ERC) Tokens through the blockchain. Thus, […]

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UpToken (UP) how valuable is the Cryptocurrency ATM?

By Daniel Jennings / January 27, 2019

The idea behind the UpToken (UP) is simple but highly disruptive – a cryptocurrency ATM. CoinMe the organization behind UP plans to build a global network of cryptocurrency ATMs. UpToken and CoinMe could be disruptive because the humble ATM changed banking beyond recognition. In fact, legendary Federal Reserve chief Paul Volker once called the automatic teller machine […]

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Is Bancor (BNT) the Best Infrastructure Token?

By Daniel Jennings / January 22, 2019

A lot of speculators consider Bancor (BNT) the best infrastructure token. Correspondingly, Bancor had a Market Capitalization of $33.873 million and a 24-Hour Market Volume of $888,913 on 21 January 2019. However, the Bancor Network Token (BNT) Coin Price was 54.3¢ on the same day. I guess the Coin Price is low because of the […]

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Diving into the NEO (NEO) Smart Economy

By Daniel Jennings / January 17, 2019

The NEO (NEO) Smart Economy is one of the most impressive and least appreciated blockchain projects out there. Impressively, NEO’s MainNet or infrastructure has been up and running for over two years, since October 2017. However, Mr. Market has little respect for NEO. For example, NEO was the 17th ranked cryptocurrency on CoinMarketCap on 17 […]

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Cuallix offers Ripple (XRP) Cross-Border Payments between US and Mexico

By Daniel Jennings / January 17, 2019

Payment processor Cuallix is offering Ripple (XRP) cross-border payments between the US and Mexico. Interestingly, the cross-border payments process involves two cryptocurrency exchanges Bittrex, Bitso, and Ripple’s xRapid cross-border payment platform, a press release indicates. Thus the process involves four different organizations, Cuallix, Bittrex, Bitso, and Ripple. Moreover, the process of making a Ripple cross-border payment between […]

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