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Blockchain Startup Filament Joins IoT Research Project Backed By Nevada

Blockchain startup Filament announced Tuesday that it is working with the University of Nevada, Reno on an autonomous vehicle research…

Binance Launches Decentralized Exchange Ahead of Schedule

Binance’s much anticipated decentralized exchange (DEX) has gone live ahead of its planned schedule. The world’s top cryptocurrency exchange by adjusted…

Privacy Crypto Monero Celebrates Its 5th Birthday

One of the most popular cryptocurrencies for privacy protection, monero, celebrated five years of existence this week. Launched in April…

Aragon Vote Aims to Restrict Ethereum App from Funding Polkadot Blockchain

Two weeks from now, token-holders for the Aragon application will put the efficacy of its on-chain governance model to the…

MakerDAO Voters Divided on How Much to Hike Fee for DAI Stablecoin

Token holders for the programmatic loan system MakerDAO have once again signaled support for raising fees through a now-weekly online…

Bitcoin Fees Jump to Nearly 1-Year Highs – But Why?

The average fees required to send a bitcoin transaction are on the rise again. After hovering steadily around the $0.50…

Gemini Is Now the Largest Bitcoin Exchange to Add ‘Full’ SegWit Support

Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini announced Monday that it has added “full” support for segregated witness (SegWit), an important bitcoin code change…

KuCoin Exchange Traders Can Now Self-Custody Their Crypto Assets

Cryptocurrency exchange KuCoin has launched a feature allowing users to custody their own crypto assets while trading. For the feature,…

Turing Award Winner’s Blockchain Opens Test Network to Public

The test network for the Algorand blockchain platform has been made publicly accessible, the company behind the project announced Tuesday.…

Ethereum Core Developers Debate Benefits of More Frequent Hard Forks

How often is too often to alter consensus? A group of ethereum’s veteran open-source developers discussed the subject in a bi-weekly meeting…

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