Hyperledger welcomes its first public blockchain—Ethereum | Binance’s “regulatory-compliant” stablecoin Venus will learn from Libra’s mistakes
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|CryptoSlate||Aug 30, 2019|| 2|
If the CEO of two multi-billion-dollar companies can get hacked, you can too. Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, had his account “compromised,” acting as a reminder to people at high risk of hacking, such as Bitcoin holders, should be especially security conscious.
Binance said it will be learning from Facebook’s mistakes with Libra, taking an even “more conservative” approach with its stablecoin, Venus.
Hyperledger is officially integrating an open-source Ethereum client into its technology offering.
PNC becomes the first bank to start using the RippleNet blockchain payment network in the United States. Instant cross-border payments PNC is ranked 8th on the list of largest banks in the U.S., according to Business Insider.
A capacity crisis is roiling Ethereum as it hits a historic low against Bitcoin. Although declining prices appear to be part of a broader corrective trend, some analysts argue hiccups in the protocol’s development are the root cause.
Prominent Muslim scholars and financial advisors released a white paper declaring Ethereum “halal,” or permissible, according to Islamic Sharia law. The clarity for Muslim purchasers may stimulate additional demand for Ether.
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