Interoperability Platform to Use Telos Tech for Cross-Chain Transactions May 26, 2020

Telos announced on May 26 that Transledger will use its blockchain technology to power an interoperability platform enabling cryptocurrencies to move between blockchains. The Transledger platform aims to bring improvements to peer-to-peer applications like decentralized exchanges (DEXs), along with enabling management of coins like Bitcoin (BTC) with faster and more powerful smart contract features. Technology […]

Aztec at Its Core: A Solution to Make Ethereum Transactions Anonymous February 11, 2020

On Feb. 1, part of the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain became anonymous. This is all thanks to the Aztec protocol that Thomas Walton-Pock and his team launched on the network’s mainnet last week. Aztec is designed not only to provide a high level of privacy on the ETH blockchain but also, according to its creators, it can […]

Daily Ethereum Transactions Exceed One Million, a First Since May 2018 June 29, 2019

Daily transactions registered on the Ethereum (ETH) network exceeded one million yesterday, June 28, for the first time since May 2018, according to data reported by leading Ethereum block explorer Etherscan. Per Etherscan data, on June 28 there were 1,004,170 transactions confirmed on the Ethereum blockchain. Before yesterday, the last time the Ethereum chain registered […]

Report: Bitcoin Transactions Per Day Increase to January 2018 Levels February 8, 2019

The daily Bitcoin (BTC) transaction volume has been recently increasing to the levels not seen since January 2018, after BTC hit the $20,000 price mark, according to data from Some industry players believe that it is a sign of the evolution of the cryptocurrency’s ecosystem and fundamentals. Bitcoin transactions per day. Source: Jameson […]

Video Demonstrates Double Spending Possibility in Bitcoin Cash SV ‘0-Conf’ Transactions December 9, 2018

Bitcoin Cash SV (BSV), a new fork of Bitcoin Cash (BTC), faced new controversy on Dec. 8 after a researcher reportedly showed how any user could spend the same coins twice on its network in a “0-conf transaction.” Bitcoin Cash, which was created in a hard fork from Bitcoin (BTC) in August 2017, uses 0-conf […]

US Dept. of Homeland Security Takes Interest in Investigating Blockchain Transactions December 4, 2018

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is seeking information about investigating and analyzing blockchains, including those used for privacy coins, according to a pre-solicitation notice published Nov. 30. DHS has released a proposal, which invites interested parties to comment and design applications for blockchain forensic analytics in respect to emerging cryptocurrencies. The proposal also […]

The Bitcoin Cash Network Processed 687,000 Transactions on August 1st August 3, 2018

News Over the last day, BCH proponents have been celebrating the ‘Bitcoin Cash Independence Day’ which marks the anniversary of the August 1 blockchain split that took place a year ago. During festivities, the BCH community sent a ton of transactions over the course of the day and on August 1, 2018, the Bitcoin Cash […]