Danny Johnson started Pinkcoin in 2014 in efforts to revolutionize charitable giving – by way of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. You can learn more about Pinkcoin in this interview, as well as Danny’s crypto journey into the space! This is Part 2!
Browsing: proof of stake
Johnson started Pinkcoin in 2014 as one of the first Proof-of-Stake chains with a goal of revolutionizing charitable giving by bringing it to a blockchain via a cryptocurrency. His unique entrance to the space offers insightful perspectives! Our interview with Danny Johnson gives you the details.
On their fifth anniversary, the Let’s Talk Bitcoin podcast crew held a celebration event: The Internet of Money 5 Years Later. The team reflected on the growth of cryptocurrency, and how the industry as a whole has grown significantly.
On April 1, Vitalik Buterin tweeted to a GitHub proposal, EIP-960, that would create a Ether supply limit. We give you the details of what it entails here!
Cardano bills itself as a science-based cryptocurrency that uses peer reviewed academic research to expand the project. They implement a layered network. Learn about how Cardano (ADA) works here!
NEM is short for New Economic Movement. They value financial freedom, decentralization, and equality of opportunity! Learn about the NEM blockchain here!
Want to know the difference between Bitcoin and Ethereum? Ask an Expert is the best resource for a simple explanation on Bitcoin and Ethereum differences!
Community members disagreed with Dash’s governance & decided to start PIVX, their own crypto w/ a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) mining system. Learn about PIVX here!
Decred is similar to bitcoin, with a goal to have a decentralized self-governing cryptocurrency that’s shaped by community input. Learn about Decred here!
Raiblocks is a trustless, low-latency cryptocurrency that uses something called block-lattice architecture, where each account has its own blockchain and achieves consensus via delegated Proof of Stake voting. Learn more about RaiBlocks here!