Recap | Ubisoft reportedly developing Ethereum in-game items and blockchain games | Crypto community reacts to CCN’s closure, Google or editorial policy to blame?
|CryptoSlate||Jun 11, 2019|| 6|
Ubisoft—the fourth largest publicly traded video game company known for Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, and Just Dance—is reportedly developing game features on the Ethereum blockchain, according to Les Echos.
The FASB and IASB, the two main rule-setting bodies for accounting standards worldwide, cited “lack of usage” as the main reason for not clarifying cryptocurrency accounting treatments.
CCN announced that it will be closing down its crypto-news publication. The community reacted with a mixture of skepticism and relief. CCN recently announced its closure, blaming Google’s “June 2019 Core Update,” which changed key aspects of Google’s search algorithm.
Proposed changes to Google Chrome, the browser of choice for 63 percent of devices, would cripple ad blockers and other privacy-enhancing extensions.
EOSIO, the blockchain protocol created by Block.one, saw its popularity skyrocket in the past year. The network is facing problems of increased geographical centralization—which could be problematic for the protocol’s security and trustworthiness.
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