Technology and software giant, Microsoft revealed plans to integrate decentralized IDs (DIDs) based on Blockchain technology. These will be implemented into Microsoft’s Authenticator app. This was announced by Microsoft’s Identity Division in a blog post the other day, February 12.
Bitcoin and Ethereum are two of the mainstream cryptocurrencies known to gain (and even lose) value quite quickly. However, if these two digital currencies are to be the standard currency for the digital age, as their enthusiasts suggest, then their usability must go beyond merely being speculative investment vessels. Standard currencies worldwide have certain distinctive […]
Weiss Ratings, has issued a warning about the dangers related with Tether (USDT). During the last months, Tether has been hacked and several individuals raised questions whether Tether is solvent or not. Weiss Ratings is trying to educate investors about cryptocurrencies by evaluating the different cryptocurrencies in the market.
The evaluation of an ICO includes many factors. Knowing the hard cap and the soft cap of an ICO is some of this statistical information that every investor should know. However there is a significant difference between capped and uncapped ICOs.
Some people see the words Initial Coin Offering (ICO) and Pre-ICO and think that they are the same event. But they aren’t and it is easy to distinguish between the two. Pre-ICO is the token sale before the main crowdfunding campaign that is the ICO. Why do companies issue a pre-sale before the main sale?
Are there ways to earn tokens for free or for completing tasks or certain objectives? There is and it’s called an airdrop. It is a great way to distribute a certain amount of coins to the user base. Why do companies do this and how do airdrops happen? Read about airdrops in this comprehensive guide.