Ian Karamanov by Oct 11, 2018

Horizen May Just Have Found a Way to End the 51% Attack

The team behind project Horizen may have come up with a simple solution to stop the 51% attacks. The attacks, which are gaining immense popularity lately

Carlos Terenzi by Oct 11, 2018

Divan.TV – Blockchain Video Streaming Open Platform

Different blockchain companies have entered the market in the last few months. But there is one on our radar that aims to disrupt over-the-top (OTT) video streaming platforms. Divan.TV wants to move away from outdated models of video services to a new blockchain video streaming platform that benefits everybody in the ecosystem, and for the first time will offer Real-Time Bidding (RTB) for Smart TV.

Peio Purlev by Oct 10, 2018

Dubai will use an official blockchain-powered payment system

The new payment system is powered by blockchain technology and it was completed in cooperation between the Dubai Department of Finance (DoF) and the Smart Dubai Office (SDO).

Ellis Amoako-Agyei by Oct 10, 2018

Cardano Project Rust – A Big Move To Getting Third Party Development

The research and blockchain firm that is responsible for the emergence of the Cardano Ada token, created by Charles Hoskinson, is planning on releasing an open source project of is which will see the Cardano technology become open for third-party developers – something not so very common in the crypto sphere.

Steve Kaaru by Oct 9, 2018

Crypto Philanthropy Takes Roots As WeTrust Launches Spring

Buy crypto, sell it three days later, make millions, buy a Lamborghini. This was the cryptocurrency industry in a nutshell a year ago. Many got into the industry purely to make a quick profit as the prices of most cryptocurrencies skyrocketed. However, a lot has changed since then and the industry is slowly transforming into […]

Ian Karamanov by Oct 9, 2018

Seoul Mayor Announced $100 Million Investment: Transforming Seoul into a Smart City

The Seoul Mayor hopes to turn the South-Korean capital into a futuristic smart city. Over the course of 5-years, the mayor’s administration