The process where a blockchain offers investors newly minted tokens or coins, often at a discounted rate, in exchange for capital.
EOS Raises Record-Breaking $4 Billion from Crowdsale
A fierce competitor to the Ethereum network, EOS is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies trading on the market today. Block.one, the developer behind EOS, has already raised a record-breaking $4 billion USD from its yearlong ICO ending on June 1.
Wintermute CEO argues Crypto Twitter “doesn’t matter” as much as “US regulators, politicians” in response to SBF discourse
FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is in the middle of a heated debate on crypto regulation. Wintermute CEO Evgeny Gaevoy added his comments on Sunday on the state of affairs
Here’s why the SEC’s latest decision on Ripple’s lawsuit is a win
Ripple's lawsuit with the SEC has had its ups and downs over the past year. However, the most recent decision signals that the end of this case is near and Ripple may prevail.
Data shows Ethereum is becoming more distributed over time as demand rises
A recent report reveals that Ethereum is becoming widely distributed, which could be a direct result of a spike in demand for this cryptocurrency.
Nearly 4 million Bitcoin worth over $40 billion unmoved in five years
The number of “untouched” Bitcoins increased significantly over the past five years, according to recent data from CoinMetrics.
Reviewing EOS’s Ongoing Development Since Its Mainnet Launch
Since its launch, EOS has faced many challenges, including various security-related issues, several of which have resulted in EOS token holders losing large amounts of funds.
How Cartels May Control EOS and Fundamentally Threaten its Survival
There is evidence that a small group of block producers (miners) control the entire EOS network.
So You Did a Token Sale – Now What?
2017 and 2018 have been phenomenal years for the blockchain ecosystem and digital technology industry.
Hashgraph raises $100 Million, now valued at $6 billion
Hedera Hashgraph, a company using an improved blockchain version that claims to be faster, securer, and more scalable than existing blockchain networks raised $100 million in a private, funding round.