The University of Nevada, Reno’s Intelligent Mobility initiative will use blockchain in its new autonomous vehicle smart city project
On April 17, the founder of the Drivechain project, Paul Sztorc, published a new blog post concerning the validity of today’s so-called ‘production sidechains.’ Sztorc has declared on multiple occasions that true sidechain technology hasn’t been invented yet and even Blockstream’s Liquid protocol, dubbed “the first production sidechain,” in a critical sense is not a […]
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About 3% of American retirees claimed to own some bitcoin, while about 33% said they did not even know about it, according to a new survey by Gold IRA Guide
Lack of standard terminology for crypto assets is a major impediment for adoption of clear regulation in the industry, according to Cambridge researchers
On April 16, RSK Labs chief scientist Sergio Demián Lerner published a new research study concerning the earliest blocks mined on the Bitcoin network. The report concerning one of Bitcoin’s earliest miners provides strong evidence to suggest that a single miner processed 22,000 blocks. Additionally, Lerner has released a new website called Satoshi Blocks that […]
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Only 2% of Russians have invested in Bitcoin so far, according to a new poll by VTsIOM, the oldest polling institution in post-Soviet Russia
61 percent of high-profile digital companies worldwide are investing in blockchain, according to a new Okta report
Over the last two years, the Lightning Network has been touted as the scaling solution for the Bitcoin Core (BTC) network. However, the solution has been heavily criticized for its lack of security, and on March 28, Bitcoin Unlimited’s chief scientist Peter Rizun wrote an interesting evaluation of the Lightning Network’s “dirty little secret.” Also […]
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Only 14 percent of major global crypto exchanges were confirmed as being licensed by regulators, a new Coinfirm study says
Crypto mining is one of the most observed objectives for attacking businesses’ cloud infrastructures, according to U.S. telecoms firm AT&T