This week CoinSpeaker has interviewed Stanislav Kulechov, CEO and Founder of EthLend.
Projects that are about to launch their own ICOs and related activities may find something interesting in the results of the analysis of 107 ICOs conducted this year.
The People’s Bank of China recently announced its decision to introduce a complete ban on ICOs, a stunning move that sent shockwaves throughout the world. The global blockchain is abuzz, parsing this decision and its potential consequences.
There’s little doubt now that blockchain technology will change a number of industries, with all the hype around the technology. Sports might seem to be one of the unlikeliest industries to be disrupted by blockchain, yet it seems perfectly possible if you factor in the opportunities that blockchain presents to crowdfunding.
The weekend brought some unsettling news that shook global ICO markets.
The Swiss municipality of Chiasso will accept tax payments in bitcoin starting from the beginning of 2018 in an attempt to make Switzerland a global hub for financial technologies and cryptocurrency start-ups and a world leader in bitcoin adoption.
The modern realities of the world bring the topics of cyber security and cryptocurrencies into the most discussable ones. It is obvious that these two subjects would gain far more value for the society during the next few years.
Following an upcoming launch later this year, Ethbet will become the world’s first Ethereum-based dicing platform allowing users to bet against each other.
Crypto community in China may take a sigh of relief: according to its official the government temporarily “pauses” ICOs, not bans them.
Camelgram is in the process of building a blockchain-based PoS Network and its crowdsale will fuel development, production and manufacturing.
Crypto Valley Association, a Swiss-based non-profit association that promotes cryptocurrencies and the development of blockchain technologies, has announced its support for ‘careful’ ICO regulation.
The companies have signed a strategic agreement to enable users of the Matchpool application create communities of investors interested in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).
Following the trend of ICOs’ rapid and continuous growth, Filecoin, a decentralized blockchain-based storage network, sets the all-time record raising $257M.