Brooklyn, New York’s Charlie Shrem is currently the Director of Business and Community Development for Jaxx, a multi-platform blockchain cryptocurrency wallet (if you are interested, check out our review & demo here to see what Jaxx is like). He is also a founding member of the Bitcoin Foundation and began investing in the first cryptocurrency as far back as 2011.
AION is a third generation blockchain network designed to solve for scalability, privacy and the interoperability of the many blockchains that exist and will exist. AION’s network will function as a bridge between incompatible blockchain networks.
The United States government held a Senate hearing on cryptocurrencies! Jeremy’s self-named “banger in the chamber” gives you the rundown on the most important information and news from the congressional hearing, giving you some hot takes of how the government thinks about and is potentially handling the cryptocurrencies, ICOs, and blockchain industry developments.
The CFTC and the SEC were a big part of the hearing, there to held Congress understand what cryptocurrencies and blockchain actually is, and give them some background into all that has happened in the space recently. Here are our five “hot takes” on what went down in the Senate Hearing on Cryptocurrencies!
This episode of Blockchain Token – Which is it? covers ICON! In this series, we will cover the different types of blockchain platforms and cryptocurrencies on the market right now. We’ll give you a quick description of each blockchain/token, its function, who is their competition and where you can learn more.
ICON is a decentralized network different from the existing centralized networks. The ICON Project aims to overcome challenges of centralization, and connectivity in decentralized networks. They hope to help advance our society towards true hyperconnectivity. In order to do this, ICON is redefining communities. Learn about how in our overview of their project!
On October 13, 2011, the cryptocurrency known as Litecoin (LTC) burst on to the altcoin scene.
Founded by a former Google employee by the name of Charlie Lee, Litecoin is a hardfork of the Bitcoin Core client and has features similar to that of the original Bitcoin.
However, Litecoin also differs, in that it offers a decreased block generation time, which the developer’s claim makes for faster transaction confirmation. It also uses a scrypt in its proof-of-work algorithm, thus making it more expensive to both create and mine.
To learn more about Litecoin, and get resources on the project, check out our Litecoin Guide.
From a price standpoint, Litecoin reached its all-time high of roughly $371 (USD) in mid-December of 2017. At present time, one can expect to pay about $130 for a single Litecoin.
Business on the Blockchain is a new series aimed at keeping you up to date on all of the big business moves towards blockchain technology. More and more businesses are exploring cryptocurrencies and blockchain (learn more about them here!), and we’re here to help you understand how some of these businesses are making this transition. It’s an exciting time for blockchain adoption, check out which businesses are jumping onto the wave!
They have a huge list of alt-coins, and their platform is compatible with multiple software wallets, like Jaxx, Exodus, and MyEtherWallet (for hardware wallets, KeepKey). They do not have any extra fees, of course with the exception of the miners fee for each token you shift. You don’t even need an account to use it!
Sam breaks down ShapeShift and walks you through using the website to shift your tokens.
When the article published, bitcoin was surging towards its current all-time high of roughly $17,500 (USD), which it reached in December of 2017. Since that time, the industry-leading cryptocurrency has cooled off significantly. At present time, one can purchase a bitcoin for a little over $9,100.
While the worlds 1st crypto has struggled in recent months, there are still plenty of bitcoin bulls to be found.
This episode of Blockchain Token – Which is it? covers DragonChain! In this series, we will cover the different types of blockchain platforms and cryptocurrencies on the market right now. We’ll give you a quick description of each blockchain/token, its function, who is their competition and where you can learn more.
The goal of Dragonchain is to make it easier to integrate business applications onto a blockchain. The platform will allow use of popular programming languages like C#, Python and Java to make smart contracts. Dragonchain will also host a marketplace for pre-built smart contracts, so don’t worry if you’re not a coder.