Author: Daniel Travaglia

Pause for a moment and think about what you learned so far on the blockchain by reading our blog. After so many articles, you might have realized that blockchain is a disruptive technology, a tool that might completely change the way companies operates nowadays. Being an immutable…


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Nowadays no one would deny that blockchain technology has a great potential. Considering just its cryptocurrency application would be like thinking about a mobile phone exclusively for texting. Nonetheless, there is a reason why the management of ownership of digital goods is the most discussed application of blockchain. The use…


by Saverio Saitta

Picture Source: https://cointelegraph.com/news/eos-about-to-secure-a-record-4-bln-in-year-long-ico

Choosing the best way of financing your company

INTRO

With this article I want to give some advices to all entrepreneurs that are looking for new ways of financing in the web 3.0 world. In the previous articles, we read about security tokens and utility tokens as…


by Eloisa Marchesoni

https://cointelegraph.com/news/south-korean-government-to-test-blockchain-use-for-e-voting-system

Using the blockchain technology for the development of new public administration digital services is a chance that both governments and public institutions are, of course, not wanting to miss out on. …


by Marko Stokic

Art: https://cointelegraph.com/news/proof-of-work-proof-of-stake-and-the-consensus-debate

If you’ve been diligent in reading our weekly newsletter you will definitely have heard of Proof of Work (PoW) and maybe even of Proof of Stake (PoS).

Proof of What? The three best keywords to describe blockchain are: distributed, cryptographic and immutable. …


by Luca Rondon Andrade

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Bitcoin this, Bitcoin that… After all, is the world of cryptocurrencies all about Bitcoin? Today we will talk about the other part of cryptocurrencies. At its peak dominance (early 2013), Bitcoin represented more than 90% of the market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies. This situation remained pretty…


by Alexis de Giradier

In cryptocurrency’s jargon, “mining” is the validation of transaction. As there is no central authority or central banks, the only way to gather every transaction made on a specific cryptocurrency’s network in a block is to rely on network nodesthat carry out complex mathematical computations. These…


by Noah Newfield

https://cointelegraph.com/news/legitimising-the-ico-token-finding-utility-over-security

Cryptocurrency, Stable Coin, Utility Token, Security Token.

These are the four major digital assets that are available right now. Previous articles have touched upon these topics, but here’s a quick review: Cryptocurrencies are digital assets that function as a store of value for transacting, Stable coins are…


by Giacomo Altadonna

https://cointelegraph.com/bitcoin-for-beginners/what-can-i-buy-with-bitcoins

As my colleagues and I already hinted in our previous articles, Blockchain technology is not all about cryptocurrencies. In the Blockchain world, we talk about “Blockchain 2.0” when we refer to blockchain software developed not to create cryptocurrencies, but to develop a substrate in order to develop…


by Luca Andrade

With all the 2017 Bitcoin buzz you are sure to have heart the word ‘token’ in the news at some point in the recent past. Token this, token that, different projects have tokenized different things running all the way from luxury apartments in New York City to…

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