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With over 1300 cryptocurrencies and a never-ending supply of new ICOs, it can be next to impossible to stay up to date with new projects, let alone the established ones.
When most people think of blockchain projects in China, their first thought is NEO, the “Chinese Ethereum” that was launched in 2014 as AntShares.
MakerDAO announced the launch of their Dai stablecoin on the 18th of December after over two and a half years of development.
Feline memes and videos make up their fair share of the Internet, and now cats are taking over the blockchain with the game CryptoKitties.
TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington has announced he is developing a $100 million fund to invest in cryptocurrency assets.
Flixxo, a startup looking to create a decentralized community for uploading and sharing videos, is working on building processing power into the network.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has announced a new Bitcoin custodial service that is targeting $10 billion of institutional investment funds waiting to flow into cryptocurrencies.
NEO is the latest altcoin to see a massive price gain in a volatile November cryptocurrency market.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has been benefiting from the controversial Bitcoin (BTC) hard-fork cancellation a week before the scheduled SegWit2x update was due.
The future application of blockchain technology is impressive.
The popular Cash App developed by Square is now some allowing users to buy and sell Bitcoin directly from within the platform.
Legendary American investor Bill Miller has admitted that 30% of the assets in one hedge fund are invested in Bitcoin.
Put a celebrity’s name on something, sell loads of it: Job done.
The transaction capacity of Bitcoin is a constant thorn in the side of everyone involved in cryptocurrency from core developers to users.