ConsenSys Ventures Owned Ethereum-focused Accelerator Program, Tachyon, Selects 10 New Blockchain Startups

ConsenSys Ventures, has finalised the selections of blockchain startups which will be participating in its accelerator program Tachyon. Tachyon is the first ethereum-focused accelerator program ever, and it was launched in June 2018. This is the program’s second run. A total of 10 startups has been selected for the second version of the accelerator program ConsenSys Ventures Owned Accelerator According […]

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EU Recommends Blockchain Interoperability & Scalability Norm

The European Union (EU) has shown the need for a consistent blockchain technology protocol which would enable interoperability as well as scalability. The report labeled “Scalability, Interoperability, and Sustainability of Blockchains” was issued by ConsenSys on behalf of the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum. It gives insight into the latest and possible future states of distributed ledger technology (DLT) in […]

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IBM Makes Quiet Entry into the Crypto Custody Space

Photo: Alexa Steinbrück / Flickr The companies won’t be storing cryptocurrencies and tokens themselves, but are offering tools for others to do so. Shuttle’s chief investment officer Brad Chun explained that their potential users include banks, brokers, custodians, funds, family offices and high net worth investors who want to do self-custody, as well as exchanges. He said: “We have a […]

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ConsenSys Adds 16 Ethereum Blockchain Games To Its Listing

Today, each person working in latest aspects and industry are aware of what is Blockchain and moreover about its potential to revolutionize the overall gaming industry via using the Non-Fungible Tokens aka NFTs. Meanwhile, a company following its footsteps, ConsenSys media recently outlines 16 live NFT operating games which clients and users can play just for fun earning some money […]

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NEM Foundation is One Month Away From Bankruptcy

NEM foundation, the development team behind the popular cryptocurrency project, NEM, is about to go bankrupt and the foundation is about to start laying off workers in droves. The ongoing downtrend and the mismanagement of funds from the previous council have been identified as the cause. NEM Foundation Set to Fire Staffs The NEM foundation will be following in the […]

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Levi Strauss Stitches Together Blockchain Coalition To Track Workplace Conditions

The clothing maker will team with ConsenSys, New America, and Harvard to track conditions in Levi Strauss factories in Mexico. US-based think tank New America, along with Levi Strauss, ConsenSys, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, have collaborated to launch a blockchain pilot program aimed at tracking factory working conditions and the well-being of factory workers, according […]

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Daily Byte: Friday, November 30, 2018

Intel reinvents the wheel, Malaysia goes pro-crypto, and ConsenSys backs privacy startup. Intel De-Energizes Bitcoin Mining Intel thinks it might be able to make bitcoin mining more energy-efficient. The chipmaker was awarded a patent on November 27 for a processor that cuts down on the multiple redundant stages of hash operations. According to Intel, power consumption can also be lowered […]

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Bitcoin Accepted as Payment at Major U.S. Science Museum

A major museum in the U.S. state of Ohio is the latest place to accept payment in Bitcoin, partly as a way to encourage adoption and turn Cleveland into a crypto- and blockchain hub. Science and technology continue to evolve and to a large extent, dictate how we run our lives through the conveniences and necessities that they offer. Disruptive […]

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Curated blockchain and cryptocurrency news – Week 44

Welcome back to our weekly series where we cover the most important news that happened in the blockchain world. This article goes from October 30th all the way to November 7th, so a couple of days longer than usual. A lot of important events happened this past week, so let’s get right to the point. October 30th One decade after publishing […]

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