Ethereum 

Sharding Improvement Coming to Ethereum Network?

There’s a lot of news floating around about the Ethereum network this week. Some bad, some good. This article, however, is going to focus primarily on the latter news.  Ethereum Network to Add Sharding Scaling Yesterday, the co-founder of Ethereum hinted that sharding scaling is coming to the Ethereum network. He tweeted this to his 747K followers. This would be pretty significant if it were to happen. Why? Because it means the transaction processing capacity on the Ethereum network could soon increase.  For those who don’t know, sharding is defined as…

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Ethereum 

Ethereum [ETH] Ranked World’s Top Blockchain Network by Chinese Govt

Ethereum [ETH] – Just this morning, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released blockchain ratings. These ratings were based on three criteria technology, innovation, and application. 1/ Public blockchain ratings by China’s ministry is out: #Ethereum ranks top of the 28 cryptos evaluatedSource (in Chinese): https://t.co/9jStIiFKcc — cnLedger (@cnLedger) May 17, 2018 As shown by the chart below, 28 different cryptocurrencies were included in the crypto rankings. 4/ Detailed scores of the first crypto ratings by CCID Research, China’s Ministry of Industry & Information Technology pic.twitter.com/7LiJIWokge — cnLedger (@cnLedger)…

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Ethereum 

Is Liquidity Network the Golden Key for Ethereum [ETH]

Liquidity Network and Ethereum [ETH] – Scalability has been a prolonged issue surrounding Ethereum [ETH] for almost a year. Back in November at the Devcon3 conference in Cancun, it was the primary topic of discussion, but the weekend ended with no clear solution. There have been various projects to emerge that have the potential to solve the issue, but none have succeeded – yet. Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum’s co-founder has some serious clout when it comes to the blockchain space and just recently, he endorsed a new project that offers instant off-chain…

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Bitcoin 

Small Bitcoin Fee | Only 10 Cents for $194 Million on the Bitcoin Network

According to sources, on October 16th, a Bitcoin user managed to transfer 29,999 BTC with a transaction fee of only $0.10. This amount of Bitcoin equates to $194 million, and a transaction of this magnitude would usually incur bank fees in the tens of thousands of dollars. With such a small Bitcoin fee for such a large transaction, will we see widespread adoption for big over-sea payments? Small Bitcoin Fee Bitcoin transactions are a funny one. Often, complaints roll in by the dozen about the cost of transaction fees because…

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