Daily Byte: Friday, November 2, 2018

Crypto is back in the news for illicit use, Buterin wants less influence, and CryptoKitties are on the loose. Here is some of what’s happening for Friday, November 2, 2018: Buterin Says It’s Better To Fade Away At Devcon4, Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin painted a roadmap for Ethereum’s future success, and it does not include…

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Daily Byte: October 30, 2018

Ethereum’s family reunion kicks off, OKEx prunes some trading pairs, and SC Johnson fights to clean the ocean but researchers say it’s too late. Here is some of what’s happening on Tuesday, October 30, 2018: Devcon 4 Opens Today The Ethereum Foundation is kicking off DevCon 4 today in Prague, Czech Republic. A four-day gathering…

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Daily Byte: 10.26.2018

Australia Post simplifies exchange selfies, Mastercard seeks to reshape crypto transactions, the Royal Mint is getting out of the stablecoin game, and bitcoin is property – per a Chinese court. Here is what’s happening for Friday, October 26, 2018: New Patent Claims Crypto Benefits from Fractional Reserve Banking Per a patent application filed Thursday, financial…

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Daily Byte: 10.25.2018

Sony ups the cold storage game, Binance publicizes charitable contributions, and more legal drama in Plattsburgh and India. Here is some of what’s happening for Thursday, October 25, 2018: Sony Developing Contact-less Hardware Wallet Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc, has announced the creation of a contact-less hardware wallet, per a press release published Tuesday. The…

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Daily Byte: 10.15.2018

Roadblocks for Constantinople testing, regulatory insecurity in Britain, and who needs Twitter love when you’ve got DocuSign? This is the maiden edition of the Daily Byte, a morning roundup of some of the most interesting stories in blockchain and cryptocurrency. Here’s what’s happening for October 15, 2018: “Give Us Time to Think About It”; UK…

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