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Equating NEO With ETH As Platform Goes ‘International’

Sep 26, 2017

Olusegun Ogundeji

Going by the recent cases of Chinese government’s involvement in the Blockchain space in China, the ground seems being cleared for less foreign third party player platforms to participate in the sector since - in a way - they may be averse to going by the laid down rules of the country’s regul...

What To Watch As NEO-Based ICOs Kick Off

Aug 21, 2017

Olusegun Ogundeji

The first set of initial coin offerings ICOs for selected startups that interest the NEO ecosystem, its market and platform is set to launch in September - Japanese blockchain-based social media site ALIS on September 1 and Red Pulse, which seeks to be a research content platform tha...

FinTech CreditEase Launches Ethereum-based Blockchain Service

Mar 29, 2017

Cindy23

A leading Chinese lender has launched a private blockchain service based on ethereum. Sina Tech reported that CreditEase debuted its blockchain platform BlockWorm and its first application CreditStorage at its own conference. BlockWorm is a private blockchain service that could p...

Bitcoin’s Final Obituary?

Mar 23, 2017

Cindy23

2017 marks the eighth anniversary of bitcoin. Although it has dominated the media for years, it’s still too young to be a hot potato compared with gold, stock and fund. And it seems that bitcoin is having the hardest time suffering external and internal troubles. By internal, I mean the har...

China has the largest concentration of Bitcoin-related activities

Nov 29, 2016

Olusegun Ogundeji

The increasing level of interest in the Blockchain technology that underlies Bitcoin - going by several initiatives that have been introduced of late - indicates a future trend that would make China the top-runner in the digital currency sphere in a few years. A research paper that details ...

Ethereum vs Ethereum: Which Is the Ship of Theseus?

Sep 27, 2016

Chang Jia

Imagine this scenario: Tom owes you money. Years later, Tom clones himself and claims the clone to be the real Tom, trying to write off all his debt to you. Tom the clone looks just like the original Tom, except for the memory. He doesn’t know you at all, let alone the debt. This would be ...