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Blockchain tech driving institutional-grade solutions: Blockchain Expo Europe

Blockchain is no longer a buzzword being thrown around by mainstream institutions as meaningful and fully-working pilots and programs come to the fore at Blockchain Expo Europe 2022 in Amsterdam.Before the Covid-19 pandemic, a number of mainstream companies from various industries started to explore ways blockchain technology could be used to

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How is SAI.TECH, a recently listed Bitcoin mining operator, driving towards carbon neutrality?

The past year has experienced a boom in SPAC crypto mergers, with companies like Core Scientific Inc. Bakkt and Cipher Mining being a few notable examples. SAI.TECH (“SAI” or “the Company”) got on the wave of SPAC listings right before SPAC mergers got more difficult. Having gotten officially listed on

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ZCash (ZEC) Could Soon Transition to Proof-of-Stake as a Means of Driving Sustainable Growth

Summary: The Electric Coin Company has initiated research on a possible transition of ZCash from a proof-of-work mechanism to a proof-of-stake. The research will focus on shielded wallet UX and security, cross-chain interoperability, proof-of-stake security, issuance rate, on-chain governance, and reducing the protocol’s complexity. The rationale behind exploring ZCash’s possible switch to a

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Is asymmetric information driving crypto’s wild price swings?

It has long been believed that investors possessing inside knowledge help drive cryptocurrencies’ price volatility, and a number of academic papers have been published on this topic. This is why Coinbase’s intention to regularly publish in advance a catalog of tokens being assessed for listing on its prominent trading platform

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What Factors Are Driving The Bitcoin Remittance Revolution In Africa? These Ones

The Bitcoin remittance business is blowing up all over the world. South African financial website moneyweb brings us the report directly from the oldest continent. The conditions that led to El Salvador making Bitcoin legal tender are present all over Africa. The people are unbanked but everybody has mobile phones.

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