Interview with Prof. Alex Norta: Building Smart Contracts Before it was Cool
Alex Norta is an Associate Professor at TalTech University School of Information Technologies: Department of Software Sciences. He has been in academia for nearly 20 years. Blockchain and smart contracts have been his focus for quite a while now. Alex has worked with some of the biggest blockchain projects in the past few years such as NEO, Qtum, Datawallet, Agrello and many more.
11 MARCH 2019
Independent Research Claims to Identify Five QuadrigaCX Cold Wallets
An internet analyst has claimed to have delineated four Bitcoin addresses that belonged to defunct Canadian exchange QuadrigaCX, publishing their findings on Reddit on Feb. 13.
14 FEBRUARY 2019
Private Blockchains Could Be Compatible with EU Privacy Rules, Research Shows
Private blockchains, such as interbanking platforms set to share information on customers, could be compatible with new E.U. privacy rules, according to research published Nov. 6. The study was conducted by Queen Mary University of London and the University of Cambridge, U.K.
12 NOVEMBER 2018
Research: EOS is not a blockchain, it’s a glorified cloud computing service
A blockchain testing company claims it has found something quite shocking: EOS, a blockchain protocol that was worth $4 billiona few months ago, may not actually be a blockchain.
4 NOVEMBER 2018
Crypto Research Firm Adds Nobel Prize Winners as Advisors
Blockchain research firm and accelerator Cryptic Labs has just taken on two Nobel-winning economists as advisors.
10 SEPTEMBER 2018
Research: Global Automotive Blockchain Market Set to Reach $1.6 Billion by 2026
The volume of the global automotive blockchain market is set to reach $1.6 billion by 2026. This estimation comes from a PR Newswire article published August 21, citing a report by Business Intelligence and Strategy Research (BIS Research).
22 AUGUST 2018
Researchers Discover Huge Crypto Scam Botnet on Twitter
Researchers have uncovered a huge botnet that mimics legitimate accounts on Twitter to spread a cryptocurrency "giveaway" scam.
7 AUGUST 2018
Research: More than 56% of all cryptocurrency crime happens in the US
The rate of cryptocurrency hacks is rapidly increasing. 720 accounts across every major exchange have been compromised — and a lot of it has to do with poor security setups, especially the lack of two-factor authentication (2FA).
7 AUGUST 2018
Crypto Wallet Is Consumer Xmas Favorite In Nevada, Research Shows
Recent analysis shows that the Ledger Nano crypto hardware wallet was the most popular online purchase in Nevada over the 2017 holiday season, according to price protection app Earny’s research, published March 19.
2 APRIL 2018