Investment platform Circle has listed EOS, Stellar, 0x and Qtum on its platform. The assets can be bought through the Circle Invest platform either individually or as part of a basket using the “Buy the Market” retail portfolio investment feature.
While centralized frameworks lack transparency often misusing individuals’ information, blockchain projects like Metaverse create the new future for online identities bringing yet another win for the blockchain tech.
OraSaifu has launched the world’s first all-in-one hardware cryptocurrency wallet, offering its users bank level of security for credit cards and cryptos.
EOS is named the cryptocurrency No.1 according to a recently released ranking from China. Ethereum ranks 2nd, though earlier it was the leader.
In this guest post Michael Kordvani shares his list of top-four DApps for investing, ideal for all levels of investors and blockchain developers: from novice to expert ones.
China’s Public Blockchain Rankings raise discontent with Bitcoin, the world’s largest and most dominant cryptocurrency, being ranked 13th due to the limited use of its blockchain network.
The goal of the project is to provide an open and transparent publishing platform both for blockchain and traditional games that will solve the main issues of the game industry.
Blockchain-based apps platform Qtum has partnered with Beijing-based company 360 Finance to set up a blockchain lab.
Matchpool launches a development contest with special bonuses for winners to win the Asian market and kickstart the company’s presence in the sector.
Wireline, the cloud application marketplace and pioneer of serverless architecture, is today announcing it will work with Qtum, the open-source blockchain project developed by the Singapore-based Qtum Foundation.