Monday, May 28, 2018

CryptoCurrency News: Chinese Universities to Build Blockchain DAO for Affordable Education

A group of top-tier Chinese universities plans to build a distributed organization to make educational resources more accessible and affordable.

via CoinDesk

CryptoCurrency News: Blockchain Could 'Revolutionize' Retail and CPG Industries: Deloitte

A Deloitte report suggests the retail and consumer packaged goods sectors could see benefits from blockchain integration across a number of use cases.

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CryptoCurrency News: Chinese Ride-Hailing App Founder Wants to Build a Blockchain 'Uber'

Chen Weixing, founder of Chinese ride-hailing app Kuaidi Dache, is planning to build a blockchain-based application for ride-sharing.

via CoinDesk

CryptoCurrency News: Bank of Russia Official: Still Too Early to Gauge Blockchain's Potential

A senior official at Russia's central bank has said blockchain technology is immature but may have industrial-scale applications.

via CoinDesk

CryptoCurrency News: Amid Chaos, Our Decentralized Future Is Being Built

Blockchain can upend – not just the business models of recent decades – but a millennia-old societal practice of deep significance to civilization.

via CoinDesk

CryptoCurrency News: China Poised to Form Blockchain Standards Committee This Year

China expects to form its national blockchain standards committee by the end of 2018, according to an IT ministry official.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bitcoin Bears Still in Charge But Indecision Could Open Doors for Rally

While the odds are still stacked in favor of bitcoin's bears, marketplace exhaustion may have provided a chance for a brief rally.

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CryptoCurrency News: No Miners? Intel Seeks to Automate DLT Block Verification

A newly released Intel patent application sets out a system for automatically creating and validating blocks on a distributed ledger.

via CoinDesk

CryptoCurrency News: Chinese Blockchain Event Draws Backlash Over Chairman Mao Stunt

Chinese crypto media firms are boycotting a blockchain event after the organizer used a Chairman Mao imitator to fire up the audience.

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CryptoCurrency News: What to Expect When Ethereum Classic Diffuses Its 'Difficulty Bomb'

The upcoming ethereum classic fork will disable a 'difficulty bomb,' committing the network to a proof-of-work consensus algorithm.

via CoinDesk

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