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After Raising $15M in a Pre-Sale, BitClave Is Ramping up for Its Nov 8 Crowdsale, and Its Plans to Redefine the Search Experience

BitClave, a blockchain startup developing a decentralized search ecosystem, has completed a very successful private and public pre-sale token event raising almost $15 million and receiving commitments for another $24 million. BitClave is also excited to announce the start date for the highly anticipated crowdsale of their Consumer Activity Token (CAT) is November 8th, 2017. BitClave is expecting t

Bitmex Exchange and Samourai Wallet Details Plans on How to Handle Upcoming Forks

Announcements Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange (Bitmex) and Samourai Wallet (Samourai) have each released details on action plans regarding the expected fork at block height 494,784. This mid-November triggering of Segregated Witness 2 (Segwit2x) is proving to be a battleground for passionate bitcoiners on all sides. Those hostile to the fork are themselv

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BANKEX Developed Plasma-Like Protocol in 36 Hours at World’s Largest Ethereum Hackathon in Waterloo Mentored by Vitalik Buterin

ETHWaterloo, the world’s largest Ethereum hackathon, concluded this weekend, on October 14th and 15th, in Waterloo, Canada. It turned out extremely informative and fascinating, and it demonstrated how much Ethereum has grown. Consider these facts: there are 50 thousand Ethereum developers in the world, 63% of central banks work with the technology, and, in 4 years of Ethereum, its cap is $30B.Et

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ICO Goes Extra Mile to Protect Contributors

Ask anyone in the crypto-sphere, and they’ll tell you the hot topic these days is regulation. After a couple of years of ‘wild west’ ICO and cryptocurrency explosion, governments have begun to crack down.Yet, some companies are taking the necessary steps to comply with the SEC regulations, thereby assuring their investors that they are a safe company to support. While this requires more time

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Bitcoin Fees Significantly Decline as SegWit Adoption Reaches 14.5%

Within the past week, the percentage of Segregated Witness (SegWit)-enabled transactions in the Bitcoin network has increased from 9 percent to 14.45 percent, decreasing Bitcoin transaction fees, the size of the Bitcoin mempool, and blocks.SegWit nears 15%. Transaction fees down. Average #bitcoin block size 0.82 MB. Most importantly, Bitcoin mempool size at 6 million. pic.twitter.com/FSuqSaOqJs—

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Bitcoin Booms in Evolving Markets

As far as adoption goes, Bitcoin follows a familiar pattern. Populous, first world countries in North America, Europe and Asia were first to catch Bitcoin fever, the first to establish exchanges and the first to begin restricting them as well. While early Bitcoin trading in these countries was largely boundless, allowing for things like margin trading and high leverage, as more of each countr

Freedom Streaming Announces an ICO for the First Uncensored and Anonymous Live Streaming Platform

Freedom Streaming has announced its token sale of FDM Tokens to fund the development of a censorship-resistant and anonymous live streaming platform.Live streaming has become a multi-billion dollar industry and is becoming more and more popular each and every day. The emergence of smart mobile devices and easy accessibility to the internet has made the industry even more attractive. Since anyone c

Lightning Network Desktop App Now Available for Testing

Technology Lightning Network developers released a testnet desktop application today for Lnd. According to the blog post, this will unleash a blitz of testing on the network. The developers actively want technical users to immediately begin experimenting with the application. They provided an official download link from their Github site. Also r

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Scaling Bitcoin Releases This Year’s Program and a New Developer Bootcamp

Today, Scaling Bitcoin, the international engineering conference focused on Bitcoin and blockchain research, released its program for the 2017 edition. The conference, to be held in Stanford, California, in the first weekend of November, will also introduce a new side event this year: Bitcoin Edge, a bootcamp for starting Bitcoin developers.“The program is extremely interesting because it d

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Yes, Bitcoin Can Do Smart Contracts and Particl Demonstrates How

The Bitcoin blockchain is not known for its ability to enable smart contracts. In fact, most developers creating smart contracts use a different blockchain, like Ethereum. But the truth is that the Bitcoin protocol can be used to create smart contracts. Particl.io, the blockchain eCommerce platform, is doing just that by using Bitcoin-based smart contracts to manage funds in their trustless e

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