Gitcoin follows up on Dean Eigenmann’s EIP security proposal, Dether unveils a token-to-fiat bridge, and the Bounties Network is building an Ethereum-inspired art project.
Two Australian ministers prepare to send blockchain members of Austrade to Consensus 2019.
At launch, the card will be available for 19 eurozone countries and will offer seven cryptocurrency payment options. But the shuttering of another crypto debit card, Shift, suggests there might not be much of a market yet.
If passed, a blockchain advisory group would present its findings by January 15, 2020.
The Lava Protocol is a new token transaction standard, Dean Eigenmann leaves ZK Labs and discusses EIP security incentives, and folks seem to be fine with an October Istanbul hard fork date.
The unnamed youth said he felt like he was playing a video game.
Voila! Road test was a success. Systemwide adoption begins.
The court ruled Karpelès did not financially hurt the exchange.
Against the backdrop of the QuadrigaCX debacle, the CSA and IIROC look to combine global and Canadian-specific ideas to build a regulatory framework tailored to cryptocurrency platforms.
Taking down the bourgeoisie in space, CoinDaddy drops an anti-Coinbase (but pro-Backstreet Boys) anthem, and “Crypto” the movie feat. Kurt Russell.