Waves Enters DApps Market, Launches Smart Contract Function

Blockchain solutions platform Waves on Tuesday announced that it is extending support for the development of decentralized apps (DApps) on its platform. The company has launched a new programming language called RIDE to allow blockchain developers to write apps on its blockchain, which will also allow the development of collectible DApps like Cryptokitties. Discover the Barcelona Trading Conference – A […]

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Zilliqa Launched Smart Contract Platform Built on Sharding

A cryptocurrency token issued on the Ethereum platform, Zilliqa signals a major step forward not just for its own platform, but for the blockchain infrastructure industry as a whole. On June 10, announced to launch first – ever smart contracts on its platform According to a recent blog post, this launch allows developers to write and deploy smart contracts on […]

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5 Most Active Smart Beta ETFs Year-to-Date

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. With U.S.-China trade deal negotiations in limbo and now the U.S. turning to Mexico in the latest tariff wars, investors are seeing more volatility dominate the markets. The latest market movements emphasize the need for smart beta strategies–an extension of the overarching theme for investors to get strategic in 2019. Why get strategic […]

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Smart contract creation in 2019 better than 2018 levels despite bear market, claims Diar report

The cryptocurrency market saw an overhaul in terms of transaction numbers and developments and this fact has been covered by multiple research portals. In the latest Diar report, Diar analyzed everything from DApp development and Bitcoin’s [BTC] performance to the all-important spectrum of smart contracts and its benefits. The report stated that the number of smart contracts created came down […]

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Dr. Craig Wright speaks at Oxford on smart contracts, written agreements

Dr. Craig Wright recently gave a presentation at Oxford University in the UK on the power of Bitcoin for contracts and written agreements. The transition to a Bitcoin-based contract is the next logical progression for legal agreements, just as we have previously witnessed changes to authorize the use of electronic signatures, email communication and more in legal and binding contracts. […]

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Debunking the ‘Bitcoin Cannot Do Smart Contracts’ Myth

The main selling point of systems like Ethereum and EOS is their ability to execute smart contracts, at least according to the supporters of those projects. To them, Bitcoin is simply too limited and conservative, and new approaches are needed to unlock the true power of blockchain technology. Of course, this is not technically true. While Bitcoin’s scripting language is […]

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