Issue 94 – Altcoin Weekly
Issue 94 – Altcoin WeeklyIssue #94
12 – 18 September 2015В BITCOIN PRICE (BITSTAMP)
В Latest NewsNine of the world’s biggest banks, including Goldman Sachs and Barclays, have joined forces with New York-based financial tech firm R3 to create a framework for using blockchain technology in the markets. Virtual money is officially a commodity, just like crude oil or wheat says the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Mark KarpelГЁs faces the charges over his role in the collapse of the bitcoin exchange in 2014Did Bitcoinica founder Zhou Tong steal funds, return a part of them, then pay someone to keep it quiet? Well that would seem to be the impression created by the latest revelation contained in a Youtube video discussed on Reddit. MarketThe buzz in the financial industry is about private blockchains. в But here’s the thing private blockchainв is just a confusing name for a shared database. Ledger is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes full-length original research articles on the subjects of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, as well as any relevant intersections with mathematics, computer science, engineering, law, and economics. It is published online on a quarterly basis by the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh. Here’s a list of all the transcripts from the Scaling Bitcoin workshop in Montreal. EcosystemWhy it was an easy decision to move our blockchain ID registration system from Namecoin to Bitcoin. MiningAaron van Wirdum explains the points on why Bitcoin might need small blocks to counter centralization. LearnPeople use the term blockchain technology’ to mean different things, and it can be confusing. This article by Antony Lewis is a gentle introduction to blockchain technology. An article on measuring decentralization in the economy.
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