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Ethereum Dapp Bancor Is Expanding to EOS for Fast, Free Transactions

Ethereum Dapp Bancor Is Expanding to EOS for Fast, Free Transactions Bancor, one of the most popular and valuable decentralized applications on ethereum, is expanding to the EOS blockchain. According to a company announcement, the “decentralized liquidity network,” which allows users to trade a range of ethereum-based tokens without depositing …

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Gas Ain’t Gold: Why Ether’s Price Could Tank Even If Ethereum Succeeds

Gas Ain’t Gold: Why Ether’s Price Could Tank Even If Ethereum Succeeds Michael J. Casey is the chairman of CoinDesk’s advisory board and a senior advisor for blockchain research at MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative. The following article originally appeared in CoinDesk Weekly, a custom-curated newsletter delivered every Sunday exclusively to …

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Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork to Activate on Testnet in October

Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork to Activate on Testnet in October Ethereum’s upcoming hard fork, Constantinople, will activate in a testing environment next month, core developers agreed on Friday. As detailed by CoinDesk, Constantinople features various backward-incompatible changes designed to increase efficiency on the ethereum network, alter its economic policy and …

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Ethereum’s Vlad Zamfir Claims Breakthrough In Blockchain Sharding

Ethereum’s Vlad Zamfir Claims Breakthrough In Blockchain Sharding Ethereum might just be one step closer to sharding its blockchain. At least that’s according to long-time blockchain researcher Vlad Zamfir, who claims to have coded up a successful proof-of-concept of the idea at the ethereum hackathon EthBerlin this week. Built with …

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Back Over $200 Billion: 3 Reasons Crypto Prices Could Be Heading Higher

Back Over $200 Billion: 3 Reasons Crypto Prices Could Be Heading Higher The cryptocurrency market has been making history for all the wrong reasons as of late, most notably by recently surpassing the plunge of the infamous Dot-Com bubble in the early 2000’s. With that said, cryptocurrencies tend to make …

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