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The Future of Charitable Giving is Blockchain?

In the past few years, a number of startups have tried to attach themselves onto a good social angle. Uber for instance, has created...

Ethereum to Move to a Higher Price with Future Catalysts

One of the catalysts that could move Ethereum’s price higher relates to Augur. It’s one of the oldest ICOs, and has been in development...

Hedge Funds Plunge Through Market Volatility

According to a report by Financial Times, the hedge funds for cryptocurrency are now below by 35 percent this year. The decline is in...

You can Now Buy a house with Ripple, Bitcoin, and Ethereum!

If you think that the use-cases for cryptocurrencies are pretty limited—think again! It is now possible to buy a house with it! Global real-estate platform...

Google Wants Vitalik Buterin

According to a now deleted tweet from Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin, Google had tried to recruit him to join their team. The tweet was reported...

Morgan Creek Turned a Company’s Stock into Security Tokens

Regulators have been going on a consistent initial coin offering (ICO) crack down but that isn’t stopping Morgan Creek Blockchain Capital from holding its...

Apple Co-Founder Likens Ethereum to Apple

Steve Wozniak believes that the Ethereum platform could grow to become just as influential as Apple, the company he co-founded. While Wozniak was delivering his...

In Case You Missed It: Ethereum Casper Update v0. 1 Has...

The Casper code—the improvement to the current economic consensus protocol in the Ethereum network—has finally been released by developers. Last week, Casper the Friendly Finality...

Ethereum experiences positive signs of development

Top crytocurrencies surged higher against USD this week. These are positive signs for the crypto market specifically for the current Ethereum price against the...

Ether & Ripple in Violation of US Law

Gary Gensler, former Obama administration financial regulator suspects cryptocurrencies such as ether and ripple may be unregistered securities, and are thus illegal. Gensler’s opinion...