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https://preview.redd.it/1n0i4hayx4a41.jpg?width=1307&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=a1ddf95e43b81cacc10b29824c162c2d19bc2fc0 2019 showed that the Blockchain industry justifies the status of a technological revolution. Bitcoin's capitalization exceeded that of countries such as Turkey, Pakistan and South Africa. And China, India, and Nigeria have already bought cars, real estate and various services for an EDC coin! Let's think about these and other events of last year, which had the greatest resonance. Adoption of the cryptography law in China Speculation and fiction are officially over! China at the state level said "yes" to Blockchain technology! The Chinese Communist Party now directly manages the Central Cryptography Agency. The agency will promote and support cryptography research, protect intellectual property rights and promote the development of public/private key technology, according to Primitive Foundation partner Dovey Wan. Against this background, the Central Bank of China started talking about creating its own stablecoin, and Chinese President Xi Jinping said that the blockchain will be the main technology for important innovation breakthroughs! The Crypto market reacted instantly: bitcoin rose by more than $2000 in one week of October (from $7500 to $9500), while EDC quotations reached 1 US cents. The optimism then decreased again when it became clear that the Chinese are still fundamentally distinguishing between the notions of "Blockchain" and "Cryptocurrencies". Bitcoin futures launch On September 23, 2019, ICE Corporation (International Exchange) started trading daily and month bitcoin futures on the Bakkt platform. The platform was officially approved by the U.S. Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and bitcoin deposits of users are insured for $125 million. The appearance of this platform was associated with certain expectations: the growth of bitcoin to $ 20,000, and the accession of institutional investors. As we already know, these forecasts did not come true, and the peak daily trading volume did not exceed $43 million. Nevertheless, the expectations from this news remain high: both the prestige and liquidity of the market can only improve. Project Libra's failure On June 18, the release of Facebook's own cryptographic currency called Libra was to be launched. By all primary signs, the coin could become a market favorite, and the project participants included Visa, Mastercard, eBay, and other major online platforms. However, it did not work out: problems with regulators reached the hearings in the U.S. Congress, where Mark Zuckerberg himself had to personally promise that Libra will not be launched until all regulators approve of it, and Facebook may even leave the founders. Project stoppage TON GRAM Token from Telegram is another "loser" in the big games of life. The developers managed to make the initial offer (ICO) for 1.7 billion dollars and even presented a compiled test wallet. But the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) expressed confidence that GRAM at the token trading stage was sold illegally, falling under the definition of a security. Now Pavel Durov is facing long legal proceedings, and the project is frozen for an indefinite period. This "triumph" of U.S. market regulators once again underscores the fact that big money at the stage of the birth of new players on the crypto market plays a much smaller role than the real value of coins and technology. EDC Blockchain Coin constructor for entrepreneurs Producers of goods and services and businessmen in various niches can now create their own bonus token or a full-fledged cryptographic currency using PoS mining without having at their disposal a team of IT professionals, ICO access opportunities or huge investments. Specialists of the EDC Blockchain platform offered the market a technological coin constructor and ready-made package solutions for the development of small and medium businesses. It has never been easier to token and scale any project or startup. The constructor is available to all users of the EDC platform, which offers customers a number of bonuses (for example, an automatic listing of new coins on partner exchanges, marketing support and advertising at the level of its international community). A real step forward in business tokenization. Start of a self-contained blockchain ecosystem ECRO System Specialists of ECRO Chain Holding, under whose leadership ECRO System projects function, were able to create a "bridge" between the crypto industry and real business. ECRO System provides an environment for cooperation between manufacturers, sellers and consumers anywhere in the world, including global marketplace, exchange, trading platform, a launching platform for startups, additional services and even an academy for educational purposes. In a global eco-system using a blockchain, a variety of goods and services are safely sold and purchased, any coins are exchanged conveniently and quickly, and new technology projects are made possible. And the ecosystem is expanding geographically by training its own marketers. Application of blockchain, technologies of an artificial intellect, a crypto-merchant allow ECRO System to create conditions for the reliable digital economy. Crypto trading authorization for German banks The Bundesrat passed a law allowing German banking institutions to officially sell and buy cryptocurrencies. Discussions in financial circles are still ongoing, as confidential transfers open up space for illegal transactions and money laundering. But the fact is that Vice-Chancellor of Germany Olaf Scholz advocated the creation of a national digital currency, and Sven Hildebrandt, head of the consulting company DLC, is confident that Germany will become a "cryptocurrency paradise". Official cooperation of Ukraine with Binance Crypto Exchange Binance International exchange has signed an official memorandum on cooperation with the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine. Popularization and legalization of the cryptographic industry in Ukraine led to a sharp increase in the interest of global exchange and trading services to start working in one of the largest European countries. On November 6, the Verkhovna Rada adopted a draft law on the implementation of FATF rules, which regulates all basic concepts and legal aspects of virtual assets that can be considered as property or can be used for payment and investment purposes. The draft law on asset tokenization, which will allow private and public companies to conduct commercial transactions with their assets in the form of tokens or crypto-stocks, is under development. We are living at the peak of historical technology development when the speed of real technical changes outpaces even the speed of human imagination. The year 2020 could be a "quantum leap" in cryptographic technology around the world. The world economy, as well as small and medium businesses, seems to be best prepared for the wide range of opportunities offered by the Blockchain. The EDC Blockchain and ECRO System project teams will continue to develop their products and services in order to maximize the quality of life of modern people through blockchain innovations. We wish you a successful 2020 year filled with new technologies! viahttps://blockchain.mn #edcblockchain #cryptocurrency #global_platform #graphene #lpos #coin_constructor #masternode #leasing #edc #edccoin #edcmining
The SEC weighed in on the status of Ethereum (ETH) yesterday. The SEC noted that the cryptocurrency does not display any of the characteristics of a traditional security.
The University of Texas at Austin has received funding from Ripple. The company has pledged to invest USD$2mm over the next five years to support a blockchain research initiative
itBit, a cryptocurrency exchange built for institutions and trading professionals, will now be offering regulated trading and custody services for BCH, ETH, LTC, and XLM
Steve Bannon has reportedly held meetings with investors and hedge funds about initial coin offerings (ICOs).
Russia is classifying cryptocurrencies as “digital rights” when regulating the digital token space.
Grayscale investments, has released a paper discussing how digital assets are reshaping asset allocation. The firm is arguing that cryptocurrencies are a brand-new asset class that can enhance strategic asset allocation and enable investors to build portfolios that have higher risk-adjusted returns
Western Union said that it has not found any savings results by using Ripple (XRP) for transactions.
Fundstrat Global Advisors, a well-known research firm that covers Bitcoin (BTC), issued a report yesterday and noted that BTC could fall further to somewhere between USD$5,000 and USD$5,500
Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has provided details on the country’s regulatory framework for digital currencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs)
Recent research has found that 5% of Monero (XMR) has been mined through Malware. The mining was done via cryptojacking, which is a practice of using computer processing power from another individual without his or her permission.
Greenwich Associates has performed a study and reported that more than USD$1.7bn is being spent on developing blockchain each year. The firm noted that 10% of banks internationally are spending over USD$10mm a year on blockchain projects.
Ripple’s CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, said that bitcoin (BTC) is controlled by Chinese miners and has no hope of being a world currency.
The Co-Founder & CEO of Circle, Jeremy Allaire spoke this morning and stated that global society is “at the beginning of a tokenization of everything”
Coinbase has announced they will be launching their index fund which is composed of cryptocurrencies on their exchange services platform.
JD Finance, a subsidiary of Chinese e-commerce player, announced it will be issuing asset-backed securities (ABS) on a blockchain.
Forbes has reported that blockchain-based betting will occur throughout the FIFA World Cup this year.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is planning to develop binding rules for the world’s cryptocurrency exchanges
Haja Networks, funded by Outlier Ventures, Polychain Capital, BigchainDB and Creathor Ventures, will seek to create blockchain technology that will allow users to sell or lease their data to businesses
Coinbase announced that it will be adding Ethereum Classic (ETC) to its platform in the coming months. Ethereum Classic’s price jumped over 20% following this news.
Japanese technology giant Fujitsu will be using blockchain to create a rewards system for the domestic retail market. Its distributed ledger-based system will be exhibited this week at Interop Tokyo.
Binance will be launching euro trading pairs this year. According Chief Executive Officer Zhao Changpeng. Users will be able to convert their digital tokens to fiat currencies such as the EUR€.
The former Chair of the US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Sheila Bair, stated that the Federal Reserve needs to consider issuing a central bank digital currency
https://preview.redd.it/709g6p8g54011.jpg?width=1920&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=5864cddf06cdfa93596983647faba08cf1e050c1 Hello everyone, we hosted the AMA (ask me anything) in our community yesterday. The co-founder Mason answered the questions of the group members one by one. Due to limited time, we only answered some typical questions. Please understand. After the event, we organized all the questions in the group into articles for you to review. Of course, if your question is not in this article, please send an email to [[email protected]](/). 1.How long has the project been going on? And when can we expect the launch of the mainnet? When we were in the form of the company Dianrong.com, we started the development and open source it on GitHub after 2yrs. In the end, we decided to raise money in an ICO form. The most crucial part of the project is building a network that support’s DApp’s, and that’s something we’ve already achieved. For more information regarding this, please visit the following article we wrote: https://medium.com/@hero_node/hero-node-dashboard-is-officially-launched-taking-a-big-leap-in-dapp-development-8ccd28f60c64 Also, our own public chain will be published at the end of 2019! 2. When can we expect a detailed roadmap? The roadmap in the whitepaper contains our complete roadmap, this will be added to the website soon! 3. Why do you have two Telegram groups? Because of high interest, our first group reached the maximum amount of members, to give everyone a chance we decided to create a second group! But, we will try to see if we could emerge everything back into one group! 4. What is the nature of the partnership between Hero Node & Qtum? We have a technical cooperation with public chain investors such as Qtum, ITC and BTM. Hero Node plans to support a number of public chains including Zilliqa. We believe that Hero Node can help them on expanding their markets /eco-system by integrating the public chain services, besides that we also require a variety of public chains to solve different challenges. 5. How can we verify your investment from Fenbushi and Qtum? For Qtumm please go to: https://qtumeco.io/dapps and for Fenbushi, please check the images below: https://preview.redd.it/9my79za954011.jpg?width=1080&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=81f028ce542dcf9b0a0c36c6dec84502036475ce 6. Why didn’t Hero Node choose to support the price? We just started and are really in the beginning stage of this amazing project, we don’t want to manipulate currency prices. We believe that with the development of the project the price will rise! 7. Do you have your own public chain? As stated in the first question we will publish our own public chain at the end of 2019. For more information regarding our public chain please read the whitepaper. The project was divided into three phases: Validation Reward Community During the first two phases, we’ll be making use of the tokens based on ERC-20. When we enter the last phase the tokens will be generated by our own blockchain consensus algorithm. 8. I think the code on GitHub is not so crucial? That’s because we only publish the code of the reward and consensus mechanism. We do have plans to publish the complete code after we’ve fully tested and verified everything. 9. Why can the refund be done only during specific times? and why is it mandatory that you can only refund if you haven’t traded the tokens? We’ve chosen to open refunds at specific times to give our investors some time to think about the refund program. Regarding the second questions, we have implemented this policy to prevent investor using the refund for arbitrage which can have an impact on the market. 10. Who are Hero Node’s direct competitors? Why is Hero Node better than others, for example, EOS, FileCoin, IPFS? Both Hero Node and EOS are trying to serve the Dapp development, but as you can see we’ve taken a completely different approach. Hero Node prefers to be completely decentralized, so it integrates some public chains rather than create an all-round chain. In frontend decentralization, Hero Node and IPFS are very similar, but we are not Dweb, but help developers to deliver the real Dapp. Also regarding the incentives part, we are not the same with FileCoin. If interested in that, I recommend everyone to read the posts I wrote on Medium about EOS and IPFS: https://medium.com/@hero_node/solution-to-the-impossible-trinity-talking-from-the-trend-of-ipfs-web-player-56f28a0abcc6 https://medium.com/@hero_node/attention-eos-could-really-be-a-cancer-cell-9420d7ea8c16 11. How can I get in contact with your recruitment team? Please send your resume to [[email protected]](/) 12. How many tokens do we need for running a node? Running nodes won’t consume your tokens, but developers need to lock the tokens to get more resources, such as storage, bandwidth, etc. 13. Which kind of consensus mechanism is Hero Node based on? PoS or PoW? It will be similar to PoW but different with Bitcoin, our public chain will use a creative algorithm which is different with PoW/PoS. For a more in-depth description of our consensus, please read the article: https://medium.com/@hero_node/talking-about-the-proof-of-existence-consensus-mechanism-9e90b7e8f4b7 15. What is the main focus of the team at the moment? We are currently focusing on development & marketing! 16. Why are you listed on the Dapp page of Qtum? Are you their Dapp? No, but we can help them with their ecosystem, their developers can use Hero Node to easily develop a Dapp based on Qtum chain. 17. Why do you have a refund policy? Because we want to protect our investors. 18. How big is the team? And how many of them are developers? Our team consists of 14 people, 8 of them are developers. We have many part-time developers and are still hiring. 19. A lot of people are wondering when will Hero Node be listed on the next exchange, could you please shed some light on the Binance rumors regarding certain transactions There is this reliable ethscan service that informs about the listing of coins on exchanges, and more than often they are genuinely reliable. But we planned listing on exchanges within one month after ICO and of course there could be some top ones, but due to NDA we can’t say more about it until it’s finalized. Please keep an eye on our announcement channel, because that’s where we’ll be announcing it: https://t.me/HeroNodeChannel 20. Your advisory team seems more like finance people than blockchain experts, can you tell us more about the team? At the moment, Hero Node has 3 advisors: Kevin Guo is chairman of CBAC, which is the top organization of blockchain application in China Richard Wang, the partner of DFJ, many experience on blockchain investment such as Vechain. Also, he has many resources in the area. Jerry Liu, the professor from Stanford University. 21. Why is the contract of the crowd-sale, not open source? Because of security reasons, we’ll be open sourcing the contract after the refund is finished. Also because there could be some bugs for the Ethereum and smart contract written by Solidity. Although we’ve tested the contract many times, for security reasons we will keep it closed until the refund is finished. 23. When will the code of the node be open source? We will open source the code at the end of this year! 24. Compared to other cross-chain projects, what are the differences between Hero Node and others? Please read the following article: https://medium.com/@hero_node/liu-guoping-founder-of-hero-node-talked-about-blockchains-cross-chain-506b2d3f90f084 25. In what stage of development is Hero Node now? We’ve had some demo’s for DApps and have almost finished the integration parts of some public chains. If you’re interested you could take a look at our visualization map our node: http://22.214.171.124/dashboard/geo 26. What do you think about the crypto market? Is it a bubble? And do you think that blockchain technology is overvalued? We believe that blockchain is the future. 27. What did Hero Node do to help develop Dapp? In short, we did the following: Integration of public chains and distributed storage services. Cross-platform dev framework called Hero Mobile. The fully decentralized network and DApp eco-system 28、Do you have plan for integrating NEO? We’re considering a cooperation with them. 29. Can you tell us something about the deployment of nodes? At the moment we have ~10 nodes running all over the world, please check our visualization map: http://126.96.36.199/dashboard/geo 30. With which projects have you established a partnership? At the moment we have a partnership with Qtum, IoT, and much more is on the way! We plan to support a number of public chain including Zilliqa. 31. Where is Hero Node registered and where are you based? Singapore, but currently a part of the team is working from China. 32. Is the command “npm install” available? Yes, you can use the command to add ETH and IPFS service and welcome your contributions 33.Howdo you ensure that your team’s token are locked for 2 years, and will you be able to cash out in advance? Why not use smart contracts? We will announce the team’s address. 34.Don’ t we need a minimum amount of Her to setup a node ? No. 37. Why does the Hero Node team prefer to work with IPFS instead of Stroj for example? Our developers have more than 2 years of experience working with IPFS, we also did compare IPFS with other distributed storage services and IPFS came out as the most mature one at this moment 38. What is the lock plan for pre-sale tokens? Pre-sale tokens will be locked for 3 months including base and bonus. Every month 1/3 of the tokens will be unlocked. 39. Could you please tell us more about the partnership with Ziliqa? We’ve met them several times and are currently testing on their testnet. 40. How come HeroMobile is not updated frequently? HeroMobile is already a relatively mature project. But we’re definitely improving it. 41. How to run a node without having to stake any tokens? Running a node is like running a Bitcoin or Ethereum node. It does not require tokens, but it needs to provide hardware resources such as CPU, storage, and bandwidth. 42. How can we run nodes and is there an incentive structure to do so? Yes, we will have a mining mechanism similar to the mining algorithm of POW, refer to this article please: https://medium.com/@hero_node/talking-about-the-proof-of-existence-consensus-mechanism-9e90b7e8f4b7 43. Will the official decentralized Dapp still be launched in June ? Yes it will be at end of June. 44. When can we run nodes? At the beginning stage, we will provide partners with nodes to run and test. According to the roadmap, we will push it to everyone in early 2019. 45. Are the main target users of Hero Dapp developers? What’s the plan for adoption after the official launch? Not only developers, but also node providers, even ordinary users can use dapp developed based on HeroNode. We will first improve the node, and improve the tools and SDK at the end of this year. The next step will be to conduct a lot of testing, and all developers are welcome to join in the test. After the entire system has matured, we will hold many hackathon activities to attract more developers. Of course, there will be many token incentives. 46. When will you guys start focusing on marketing? We have already focused on marketing and are planning to do so even more. We welcome everyone to give us suggestions. 47. What is the next major milestone and when will that be reached? Next milestone is the first Dapp releasing at end of June. 48. The hereditary idiots who wanted to refund or have refunded where will those HER tokens go? Will they be burnt or added to the ecosystem? They will be reserved for partnerships. 49. Would you say you are in direct competition to EOS? If yes, how do differ? What is your edge for the adoption? We have the same goal. We hope to solve the problem of developing Dapp, but EOS wants to obtain a balance in high tps, security and stability. Hero Node adopts the advantages of many public chains and pays more attention to ecological construction. 50. EOS is a cancer. I saw this post on Reddit. What does it mean? EOS draws a lot of resources and it spreads like a cancer cell, affecting other ecologies. But in the end let’s see what it can give developers or if it is just a capitalist capital chase? 51. Dapp uses resources of Hero nodes that support both IPFS nodes and underlying blockchain nodes or are they the same? Hero Node will integrate public chain resources and IPFS resources to form a complete ecosystem for developers to use 52. Will you recruit more developers ? While you compare to EOS, you know they have a very big team. For sure, we will recruit more full-time and part-time workers. Development is our backbone. 53. Would you explain the difference between Hero Node and Filecoin model as they both consume resources by Dapps? Filecoin is also an ecosystem of IPFS, but we are not just focusing on the storage part. We focus on the entire Dapp development cycle. 54. I appreciate the NDA clauses but as parting gift from this AMA — Can we get any juicy information that we can share with others and help bring the price up more. At this stage we really could not share anything regarding our NDAs. Please be patient. There is lots of exciting news to come in the future. 55. Can someone please elaborate on the marketing efforts the team is doing?
Recruiting more operators
Some activities and development progress in China will also be synchronized to overseas media
We are planning meetups in various countries.
56. What does “lock token” mean by developers? This is a kind of behavior similar to the lease of resources. It can prevent resources from being abused, and it can positively cycle the entire ecosystem. 57. What’s the link on Medium of Hero? I want to read the articles about EOS and IPFS. https://medium.com/@hero_node 58. Which gas limit i should use to make refund? 100,000 59. Already 3.5M tokens got refunded (technically out of circulation for now)？ Actually the number is 5.7M 60. Can you provide several examples on how someone will use your project and why your project is the best for this? For example, when you place order an order on Amazon but use Paypal to fulfill the payment. These are two different companies with different processes. This is very difficult between the two public chains, at least for now it is difficult, Hero Node hopes to solve this problem by integrating the public chain and IPFS resources and creating a whole ecosystem. In the near future, you can use QTUM to place orders, but you will pay with ETH. 61. Seems to be the majority of people have no clue what they buy or why its unique I gotta be honest myself I don’t know the method behind coding for blockchain what do you use for coding and how do you test the code? Our code structure is divided into Hero Aggregate Layer, Hero Node Gateway, Hero Mobile Protocol, Hero Kit and so on. We will have unit testing for each function in each structure. After each unit runs tests, we will perform process testing and carry out a large number of tests before delivering the software. 62. What you think about Morpheus labs? Are they your competitors? Sorry, we don’t know much about them.
A Blockchain to Connect All Blockchains, Cosmos Is Officially Live
Cosmos, a highly anticipated blockchain itself designed to improve the interoperability between any number of other blockchains, has officially released a live software. With the mining of its first block at 23:00 UTC, the project has launched Cosmos Hub, the first in a series of proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchains that will be created in the Cosmos ecosystem. At present, users of the network will not be able to swap tokens between blockchains or otherwise connect to Cosmos Hub with existing blockchain networks until validators officially vote to activate what is called the Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) protocol. The first phase of today’s Cosmos network launch comes after nearly three years of planning and development. Having debuted the concept for the blockchain interoperability platform back in summer 2016, Cosmos later raised over $16 million in an initial coin offering (ICO) in 2017. Since then, Tendermint Inc. – a for-profit entity behind the core technology of the Cosmos network – has been releasing preliminary developer-focused products. Speaking to CoinDesk, Tendermint Inc director Zaki Manian explained:
“We want to take the blockchain development cycle from idea to implementation down from years to months. This is how we’re trying to transform the blockchain space.”
As such, Manian said that the Cosmos Software Development Kit (SDK), which debuted back in February 2018, is already being used by high-profile crypto companies such as the Binance exchange. In addition, Tendermint Core – the blockchain networking and consensus mechanism underlying the Cosmos Hub – is another key tool that Manian envisions will help “fundamentally remove barriers to innovation” in the blockchain space and ultimately help “compose an entirely new system of finance.” “Out of all these building blocks, [you’ll be able to compose] an entire … open system of finance that operates to scale and can be composed of individual, specialized chains that do different things,” Manian said.
Today’s launch was a significant step toward that broader, expansive vision – one that Manian points out will “take years to fully manifest.” The main purpose of Cosmos Hub launch is to establish the broader ecosystem of validators, entities that stake tokens on the network, while Manian’s team continues to work toward cross-blockchain capabilities. “In order to make this whole vision of connecting blockchains work, there needs to be a set of operators who have skin in the game to coordinate this blockchain network,” said Manian. Normally, in a proof-of-work (PoW) system similar to bitcoin or ethereum, these validators are miners who compete for block rewards by operating computer servers and expending large amounts of electricity. Validators in a PoS system, on the other hand, are “selected” by the system based on a separate metric of staked tokens in order to participate in block creation and transaction finalization. “In proof-of-stake, the costs and rewards [of the system] are internal,” said Manian. “So, we had to come up with a very sophisticated system of distributing rewards, of distributing the speculator taxation system, of punishing people for malicious behavior, of punishing people for going offline.” He added:
“All of it has to be internal to the system and that’s why proof-of-stake is such a significant engineering feat over proof-of-work.”
And while Cosmos participants successfully tested this system of validation with roughly 200 computer servers called nodes in a former dummy environment called Game of Stakes, there had never been real value at stake by participants before today. “[Today’s launch] is about unleashing those live economic incentives and having value at risk for the first time and then letting this set of economic incentives that we’ve designed select who the [validators] are,” said Manian. According to Manian, this is a crucial foundational step that Cosmos developers are cautious about getting right. He told CoinDesk: “Building interoperability. Establishing mechanisms for workers of some kind to custody bitcoin or ether or ERC-20 assets and manifest synthetic versions of them in [the Cosmos] environment. If you don’t know who your validators are none of this is possible.”
For now, Cosmos users are not allowed to transfer their holdings of the native network currency – ATOM tokens – just yet. Since ATOM tokens are intended to act as “the collateral that people put at risk to be [validators] in the system” according to Manian, these tokens will be strictly used as the “mechanism for selecting membership into the system.” But once both the system and the validator set are deemed to be in stable condition, token holders will vote on when to enable live ATOM transfers. Thereafter, a secondary vote will be held to connect new blockchains also called “zones” to the Cosmos Hub and begin swapping heterogeneous cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). “In these early days, we can expect to have issues, updates, and bugs,” the InterChain Foundation – a non-profit organization dedicated to support Cosmos network development – warned in a blog post, adding:
“The existing tools require advanced technical skills and involve risks which are outside of the control of the Interchain Foundation and/or the Tendermint team. … Please exercise extreme caution!”
Staking as a service
Manian told CoinDesk there are 70 validators at Cosmos Hub launch committed to securing the network. Some of these validators are focused on staking tokens as a service to wider ATOM holders. In a sense, this is almost like leasing out crypto assets in order to earn returns and may encourage new users to flock to the Cosmos ecosystem. Shayne Coplan, founder of the Union Marketplace for such service providers scheduled to launch in April, told CoinDesk that over the next few months a “cross-network layer of reputation” for these validators will emerge. “If you look at these different staking service providers, a lot of them are performing on several networks at any given time,” Coplan said, referring to other staking networks such as Tezos and the Tendermint-based network Loom. “Now with Cosmos being another very valuable chain with staking and delegation, it’s going to place a major emphasis on cross-network reputation for validators.” The rewards these stakers and holders gain are generally earned in the ATOM token but in future may also be earned in wrapped forms of alternative cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ether. While Union Marketplace has quietly collected around 230 validators across all its various staking networks as it gears up for launch, Coplan expects the Cosmos launch, in particular, will inspire more players to experiment with these types of services. “There’s a huge range of people interested in these types of staking services, from retail investors to investment funds,” Hendrik Hofstadt, co-founder of the validator startup Certus One, told CoinDesk. “Quite a few larger funds have reached out to us.” Plus, Certus One’s Telegram group for retail ATOM users signed on 60 members within the first 24 hours of opening, Hofstadt added. Meanwhile, Joe Pindar, co-founder of the validator startup Block3, told CoinDesk this type of ecosystem opens up a new type of investment opportunity. Speaking to how Cosmos rewards stakers on a continual basis, which he compared to income investing, Pindar added:
“You actually start getting revenue or income from those rewards and start to appreciate more and more ATOMs, which I think is a different investing model and I’m excited to see how that plays out.”
Reports shows, Crypto miners are using more electricity than Serbia, Eric Holthaus calculated that by July 2019 Bitcoin would require more electricity than all of the United States and that by November of 2020, we’d use more electricity mining than the entire world. This sort of precipitous rise is stunning and poses great danger towards our climate in which its effects are already evident. Cryptocurrencies are here to stay but its environmental effects need to be addressed early on. HashByte ensues to foster the current cryptocurrency mining landscape towards a green/renewable model, annihilating the need for fossil fuel powered electricity. About HashByte As cryptocurrency adoption increases, experts have realized that there is a hidden impact of blockchain on the environment. Per the Guardian News, in a 1/17/18 article titled, Bitcoin’s energy usage is huge – we can’t afford to ignore it, “in November 2017, the power consumed by the entire bitcoin network was estimated to be higher than that of the Republic of Ireland. Since then, its demands have only grown. It’s now on pace to use just over 42TWh of electricity in a year, placing it ahead of New Zealand and Hungary and just behind Peru, according to estimates from Digiconomist. That’s commensurate with CO2 emissions of 20 megatons – or roughly 1 (million) transatlantic flights.” Bitcoin alone produces 17.7 million tons of carbon emissions each day, and once other cryptocurrencies are included, the carbon emissions increase that number by close to 50 per cent. Also, the energy demand of mining rigs and mining farms is creating a huge strain on the limited supply of energy available. This added demand will only increase the likelihood of energy companies turning to more and more fossil fuels to meet the demand. The HashByte team noticed this, and they have embarked on a journey to create a more sustainable cryptocurrency mining approach. HashByte is currently beginning to solve this problem by liaising with renewable energy firms in Europe to create cloud mining contracts that rely only on wind and solar power. The technology is already there, and all that was needed was a team willing to use it to make green mining possible. HashByte currently uses leased windmills and solar panels in different parts of the world to mine Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, and Litecoin efficiently and cost-effectively. The benefit over conventional mining farms is that there are no high operating costs due to high energy bills and these savings are passed back to our contract holders. This allows us to increase the profits for investors on our platform. We are currently issuing HSB tokens, an Ethereum based ERC-20 token for HashByte to raise funds for further research and development for the next stages of our plan. Sequentially we intend to create: A green mining rig for miners that requires less energy to operate and returns higher profits because of that. HashByte is also developing the HashByte EcoChain that will use consensus algorithms with low energy consumption. Finally, the HashByte EcoChain will allow HashByte to offer a new cryptocurrency called Gash to users of the HashByte EcoChain. Gash will be secured, available internationally, fast and have no transaction fees because the consensus will be provided using energy efficient algorithms. An added benefit of the Gash coins is that they will be utility coins, and as such, they will not be as volatile as the speculative coins in most other blockchain startups. EXCHANGE LIST Binance Huobi Kucoin Bibox Qryptos Satoexchange BIGone Bitrue Bilaxy Bit-Z Linkcoin SECURE WALLET Ledgerwallet Trezor
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