– This Bakkt thing caused some new hype waves – what is it actually?
– We already had here one of the top stable coins – Dai. Soon you will be able to earn rewards on holding onto it.
– Vitalik updated the community on the Casper’s development via tweet storm. He also stormed Cardano folks with criticism of their consensus system.
– The first scalable game on blockchain is now open for early access.
– 40 ETH apps you can use right now.
– Great resources on understanding Plasma tech.
– And the primer for Plasma Cash.
– Lots of exchanges tokenize their businesses. Is it a good deal for the investors?
– Brave browser will soon let you earn on your reddit posts and tweets.
– Now you can stake your Particl coins even from Ledger HW wallet.
– A guide showing you how you can store your Monero on Monerujo with the Ledger Nano S.
Blockchain Tech & Trends:
– Luckily, today you don’t have to gamble just with coin prices, but also a bunch of different crypto games. You may win millions like this guy in Fomo3D.
– Liechtenstein’s Union Bank is launching a security token and a stable coin as the first bank in the world.
– Quick explanation of the way identity frameworks may work in decentralised systems.
– Toshi is now rebranded as Coinbase wallet.
– Many believe that the biggest break-through if blockchain is decentralisation, but could it be actually triple-entry accounting?
– Binance launches a new fiat-crypto exchange in Liechtenstein.
– Bitmain is getting ready for their huge IPO.
– Interesting article on the way Coinbase generates their private keys.
I put together a short list of great events you should not miss this fall if you are really into crypto stuff, and happen to be around Europe:
– Baltic Honeybadger in Riga
– Hackers Congress Paralelni Polis in Prague
– Ethereum Devcon in Prague
– Crypto Summit in Zurich
– Blockwalks in Bratislava
– Web3 Summit in Berlin
– Zero Knowledge Summit in Berlin
– Hal Finney was the first person receiving BTC transaction from Satoshi. Here is his story.
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