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User Retention: The Holy Grail for DApps Moving Beyond Buzzword Status
DApp projects in 2019 continued to suffer from their usual issues like poor user retention and the difficulties of navigating user interfaces, among others.
A Stronger Foundation for Bitcoin ETF Applications
One of the recurring themes in the digital asset markets across 2018 and 2019 has been the failure of multiple Bitcoin exchange-traded fund applications to gain the approval of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.
Cardano's latest Shelley Incentivized Testnet update focuses on stability
The Cardano team has been working hard on maintaining and improving the Shelley Incentivized Testnet.
This technical indicator that forecasts when Bitcoin is about to turn parabolic just flashed
Despite falling into a bout of sideways trading over the past several days and weeks, Bitcoin and the aggregated cryptocurrency markets have been able to post massive gains from their late-2019 lows.
Blockchain and 5G: Greatest Promise Is to Transform the Developing World
The biggest topic in the mobile industry over the last few years has been 5G. In an industry that has been starved for innovation in this interregnum between the launch of the iPhone and the full-scale integration of next-generation technologies like augmented reality, artificial intelligence and blockchain, the introduction of the 5G network has become a sort of catch-all for carriers and handset manufacturers to lean on as the promise of the future of innovation being just around the corner - a feature worth paying a premium for and upgrading that smartphone you bought just a year or two ago.
Tax Agencies Step Up Efforts to Hone in on Crypto Tax Evasion
Choosing to divert financial flows offshore is often not illegal at all, but the emphasis that companies such as the now-disgraced Mossack Fonseca place on privacy means that it is difficult for law authorities to bring individuals using such networks for criminal activities, such as money laundering, tax evasion or terrorist financing, to justice.
Ripple CEO drops IPO hint, but XRP investors aren't amused
XRP investors were surprised to hear Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse drop a bombshell comment during the World Economic Forum in Davos regarding the company potentially listing on the public markets in the near future.
CV Summit United Blockchain Leaders and Enthusiasts in Davos
If you wanted to go deep on blockchain at the World Economic Forum, you needed to attend the conference's unofficial side events.
Litecoin Creator Proposes Miners Voluntarily Donate 1% for Development
Litecoin founder Charlie Lee proposed mining pool donations as a new funding method for cryptocurrency development.
This analyst says there's a "high chance" Bitcoin may never fall under $5k again
Once Bitcoin started to incur strong losses in the second half of 2019, analysts were once again making extremely low price predictions.
Bitcoin 'Needs More' PR from People Like Peter Schiff: Binance CEO
Bitcoin skeptic and gold bug Peter Schiff is unwittingly advertising the cryptocurrency's virtues over other investments, says the CEO of exchange Binance.
Crypto and the Latency Arms Race: Market Microstructures
Max Boonen is the founder and CEO of crypto trading firm B2C2. This post is the third in a series of three that looks at the structure of crypto markets.
Bitcoin Slumps 6% on Coronavirus, Chinese New Year
Bitcoin has shed 6% in a week thanks mainly to Chinese New Year and uncertainty over coronavirus, commentators are suggesting.
Bitcoin Risk-Return a 'Different Beast' Compared to Amazon: Analyst
Bitcoin's risk-return is a "Different beast" compared to even the darling of the stock market of the 2000s, Amazon.
Is Tron's DApp Market Dependent on Gambling?
Tron has made a name for itself in the crypto asset space and DApp world, although a huge portion of the protocol's transactions rely on the gambling industry.
SEC Goes Head-to-Head With Telegram, Makes a Guinea Pig of TON
Earlier this week, the Chamber of Digital Commerce went ahead and filed an amicus brief for the ongoing court hearing taking place between Telegram - one of the world's most widely used encrypted messenger services - and the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.
New faces at the Cardano foundation highlight the need for general strategy
The Cardano Foundation's newest council member believes that improving communication with the Cardano community is the organization's top priority.
Draper Goren Holm to lead the seed round for LunarCRUSH
LunarCRUSH is preparing for a seed round that is set to push its platform towards "Disrupting the investing, education, and trading aspects of cryptocurrency."
Davos, CBDCs, and the Rise of Bitcoin Art
The word from Davos, Switzerland, is blockchain not crypto, cashless futures and CBDCs, while Brekkie von Bitcoin gives us his take on the emergent field of bitcoin art.
Major Australian Exchange Expands to Singapore for Crypto-Friendly Regs
Independent Reserve, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in Australia, is expanding to Singapore after an "Overwhelmingly positive" response from the regulator.
Two Veteran Traders See Bullish Signs With Bitcoin Rebounding to $8.5K
Bitcoin bulls are attempting to start the weekend on the good foot by pushing the price to $8,500 and above.
UK's Lancashire Cricket Club Now Uses Blockchain Platform to Sell Tickets
The United Kingdom's legendary Lancashire Cricket Club will sell tickets for all domestic and international fixtures at Emirates Old Trafford in 2020 through a blockchain-based platform.
Research Firm and Environmental Watch Dog Test World's First Air Quality Ledger
Citing the inadequate weather data collection, an international partnership is testing the world's first air quality ledger and trying to stem a global crisis.
Effect of CME Futures Options on BTC Price Depends on Halving
CME Bitcoin options is a net positive for cryptoSpeaking to Cointelegraph, cryptocurrency technical analyst Eric Thies said that CME options will bring in more stability in the market over the long run.
ConsenSys to Build Global Trade Platform for Agribusiness Giants
Covantis, a blockchain initiative backed by global agribusiness giants like Cargill, has selected major Ethereum-focused firm ConsenSys as a technology partner.
Data shows Ripple sold less XRP in Q4 2019, so why does its price continue to decline?
Ripple reported a considerable decrease in XRP sales in Q4 2019, but the price of this cryptocurrency continues declining.
Bitcoin bounces back above $8,500; will it continue the uptrend?
Bitcoin is back above the $8,500 barrier signaling a potential further advance.
Crypto Exec's $1.8M SIM-Swap Lawsuit Has 'Critical Holes,' Says AT&T
AT&T says a lawsuit over a $1.8 million crypto hack fails to show how the U.S. telecom giant was responsible.
Notes From WEF: Oil-Producing Nations Want Dollar Alternatives, Just Not Bitcoin
According to Egyptian businessman M. Shafik Gabr, chairman of the ARTOC Group for Investment & Development, some Middle Eastern nations are already exploring the possibility of settling oil contracts in bitcoin.
Harmony Kicks Off Migration From Ethereum and Binance Chains to Its Own
Holders of the ONE token from the team at Harmony should make plans to swap their ERC-20 or BEP-2 tokens for the coin on Harmony's blockchain if they want to be able to participate in staking and other network activities.