Why Cyptocurrencies Won’t Be Irrelevant For Long

It’s easy to see the potential of blockchain, but don’t be too quick to discredit cryptocurrencies Ask me and the Eden Labs team questions on our Telegram Group and receive updates, analysis, and research insights. One of the most overused phrases you’ll encounter in the industry of DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology), next to “Ripple is a scam,” is “I believe in blockchain, not cryptocurrencies.” And ultimately, those voicing this opinion aren’t wrong; they’re just overly simplifying the matter at hand.

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Popping The Bubble: Cryptocurrency vs. Dot Com

Cryptocurrencies may be in a bubble, but we’re nowhere near the top CoWritten with Nir Kabessa The bubble. I haven’t heard the word used so much since my third grade birthday party. It is the kryptonite of every crypto investor, the most common first question, CNBC’s favorite buzzword. No matter the reporter, it’s always delivered with the same deer-in-the-headlights look and the disclaimer “we actually have no idea what we’re talking about.” Every time I hear someone claim that cryptocurrencies are

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Trust In A Trustless System? How Ontology Could Bring Big Business To Blockchain

Businesses Looking to Adopt Blockchain Face Immense Challenges — Ontology Provides a Solution I had the opportunity to question Jun Li for this article, founder of Ontology. A big thanks to him and to Julia Yu for connecting us. Quick Summary A longtime-in-development project of Onchain, Ontology supports a range of advanced applications so that businesses and institutions can transition to blockchain. They allow entities to create private chains, maintain control over their information, interconnect with other private chains and the larger Ontology

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An Undervalued Blockchain Market in China is Good News for You

Why Investing In Chinese Blockchain Projects Could Be The Best Decision You Ever Make It’s the Wild West of blockchain right now. It seems like everyday tens of new ICOs and projects come onto my radar. With 1426 projects on coinmarketcap.com (36 have been added since I began this article), the mere prospect of deciding which tokens are worth your money is daunting. I think generally people take one of three paths. Some diversify their holdings amongst the top MarketCap coins — Bitcoin,

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Cardano: Ethereum and NEO Killer or Overhyped and Overpriced?

As the first blockchain with peer reviewed tech, Cardano is an ambitious platform. Can it stack up to NEO and Ethereum? TOKEN: ADA Cardano has been on the tip of everyone’s tongue since it’s enormous run up earlier this month. Even in the volatile world of cryptocurrency, Cardano’s 2000% increase over three weeks was extraordinary, and the community took notice. It now sits as the 6th largest cryptocurrency market cap at over $10 billion. Yet, before Cardano and its then

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Blockchains Need iExec: The Market Just Hasn’t Realized It Yet

Ethereum needs an off-chain computing solution: iExec is perfectly situated to deliver Cowritten by Alex Price, Founding Partner of Qu Capital Decentralized Cloud Computing. I’m not sure there’s ever been a less sexy combination of buzzwords. But those three words should get you excited — very excited. And if Decentralized Cloud Computing excites you, then iExec should have you ecstatic. Centralized Cloud Computing To understand the significance of iExec, we need to understand the industry as it stands today. The cloud provides access

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Net Neutrality and Blockchain: Trouble for Potential Growth?

Net Neutrality Is Our Wake Up Call: We Need Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Now More Than Ever Cowritten with Nir Kabessa I try to refrain from politics in my posts; Republican vs. Democrat, Liberal vs. Conservative is not really relevant in the global, revolutionary world of blockchain and cryptocurrency. But one recent political development in the United States could have disastrous effects for this emerging industry. All smiles at the FCC The FCC voted to repeal their enforcement of net neutrality by a

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Round 4: Grandma versus Bitcoin

Common arguments against Bitcoin, Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 So Grandma has been reading these articles and she’s interested. Just like that 2-for-1 special on anti-aging face cream at Nordstrom’s, cryptocurrency has caught her eye. But Grandma didn’t live such a long life by throwing her money at any old peddler who came to town. She’s done research, put in her debate dentures, and she has questions. What About A 51% Attack? “Wow Grandma, great question, I

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Request Network is more than just PayPal 2.0 — It could revolutionize the finance world

The Request Network isn’t just a new payment service. It is an advanced finance network that could change the way we do business The Request Network is a decentralized payment platform. It allows people to securely request payments without needing a central authority. But it is also much more than that… TOKEN: REQ Today’s Problem To understand the potential for Request, we have to understand what they are aiming to disrupt. Perfect systems can’t be disrupted…but our financial system today is

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NEO versus Ethereum: Why NEO might be 2018’s strongest cryptocurrency

NEO is a platform with a purpose. Can it compete with Ethereum? Or better yet, does it even need to? Why Read This Article? NEO and Ethereum — which pill will you take? Sorry, couldn’t help myself. We care about this debate because we’re investors. From a developer’s perspective, functionality is the most important. There is no brand loyalty in blockchain yet. So if a platform can do something better than its competitors, it will win over developers. So which one does it

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