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Bitcoin Price Leads Monday Recovery as Market Fights Off Weekend Firesale

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The cryptocurrency markets experienced a labored recovery on Monday after the deep bitcoin price sell-off that occurred over the weekend. Monero Price Headlines Monday Recovery Monero (XMR) has seen a huge rebound in the past 24 hours, up nearly 15% to $128.86. Monero saw a steep sell-off with the news out of the United States

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Enjin Coin CTO Creates ERC-1155, a New Token Standard for Ethereum

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Witek Radomski — co-founder and CTO of Enjin Coin — has developed ERC-1155, a new standard for defining video game tokens on the Ethereum blockchain.

Radomski’s journey to improve the gaming experience began 12 months ago in June 2017, when he created code for the first non-fungible token. It was released on GitHub two months later, and it led to the creation of the ERC-721 token, which is widely considered the standard for blockchain-based gaming and digital art. Several decentralized applications (DApps) have implemented the ERC-721 onto their platforms to create a wide array of gaming collectibles.

Unfortunately, ERC-721 was found to exhibit several limitations, and Radomski knew he had to take the standard to the next level.

“The non-fungible tokens being used today have defined a new class of user-owned virtual items,” he explained. “However, there are many problems with the existing token model. It is very expensive and inefficient to deploy large databases of items that mainstream game developers use.”

Radomski explains in a blog post that the new ERC-1155 protocol allows for an infinite number of both fungible and non-fungible items to be deployed through a single contract. It is also lightweight and easy for most networks to handle.

“If this does take off, the gaming industry alone will require tens of millions of new items — but the application of this standard is by no means limited to the games market,” he commented. “ERC-1155 tokens could be used to certify all forms of ownership, tangible or digital.”

In the past, individual tokens were defined by single contracts. In addition, item swapping between game players would often require as many as four separate steps because Ethereum’s network approves and processes each traded item separately. ERC-1155 could alleviate wait times between swaps by grouping multiple items together, so several trades could potentially occur at once and cut down the once four-step process to two steps. This would also reduce both congestion and gas costs on the Ethereum blockchain.

Prior to the introduction of ERC-721 tokens, ERC20 tokens were predominantly used in gaming, though they were later deemed inefficient as they were minted by the millions for use as currency. Each token was virtually identical, which meant each one contained repeat data. You also could not add a provenance, history or identity to any coin.

ERC-721 tokens allowed users to create unique, one-of-a-kind coins, but ERC-1155 works to combine the best of both ERC20 and ERC-721 by giving game developers a choice in whether they mass produce a specific kind of token or build unique metadata that cannot be replicated.

ERC-1155 has been posted to Ethereum’s GitHub as a discussion thread. Executives are looking for feedback from users before submitting it as a “pull request.”

“After a year of working to develop ERC-1155, this is a very proud day for my team,” Radomski explained. “We hope to see some amazing inventions born out of this token standard, so if any projects need assistance implementing it, they should feel free to contact us at Enjin.”

Founded in 2009 and stationed in Singapore, Enjin is a gaming company that boasts two core products: Enjin Coin and the Enjin Network. Enjin Coin is built for developing blockchain games and cryptocurrencies, while the latter is a gaming-focused content management system (CMS) and e-commerce platform that serves up to 20 million users.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Andreessen Horowitz is launching a $300 million fund to invest in crypto — and it hired its first-ever female general partner to lead the effort

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Andreessen Horowitz is launching a $300 million fund to invest in cryptocurrency companies and protocols, called "a16z crypto."
  • The top VC firm hired Katie Haun, a former prosecutor with the US Department of Justice, to lead the fund alongside partner Chris Dixon.
  • The new crypto fund plans to invest consistently over time, even in the event of another "crypto winter."

 

As the price of bitcoin slips to a 2018 low, top Silicon Valley venture firm Andreessen Horowitz shows it's not backing down with the launch of a $300 million venture fund, called a16z crypto, which will invest in cryptocurrency companies and protocols.

Leading the effort alongside partner and crypto fanatic Chris Dixon is Katie Haun, a former prosecutor who helped bring down corrupt agents on the Silk Road task force, as well as the head of BTC-E, a digital currency exchange popular with criminals.

Haun is the first-ever female general partner at Andreessen Horowitz.

The new crypto fund will invest in companies and protocols at all stages, from seed-stage pre-launch projects to fully developed later-stage networks like bitcoin and Ethereum. The firm said it plans to hold investments for over 10 years, which means it cares a lot less about the day-to-day fluctuations in price than about building long-term platforms and infrastructure that it hopes will serve billions of people someday.

The plan is to invest consistently over time, even in the event of another "crypto winter." Bitcoin fell below $6,000 on Sunday, reaching a new low for the year.

"We've been investing in crypto assets for five-plus years. We've never sold any of those investments, and don't plan to anytime soon," Dixon said in a statement.

Dixon believes that products and services built on the blockchain will someday be used by "hundreds of millions and eventually billions of people," he told Business Insider.

"That takes time," Dixon said. "We think that, in the same way that if you went back and invested in social networks 15 years ago, the right answer would have been to hold onto those investments for 10-plus years. It really took that long for those networks to kind of get to scale and for people to really realize their full value."

Bitcoin, crypto miners

While other traditional venture firms were slow to get into crypto, Andreessen Horowitz has been making bets on blockchain technology since 2013.

The young venture firm led the Series B funding round for Coinbase, an online platform for buying, selling, and storing digital assets that added thousands of users a day during the bitcoin price bull run of 2017. It's the largest bitcoin exchange in the US.

Andreessen Horowitz has shifted its strategy slightly from early investments in bitcoin mining and exchanges, like Coinbase, toward new foundation-layer protocols, cryptocurrencies, and decentralized applications. In 2018, the firm put $12 million into Cryptokitties, one of the first successful games built on the blockchain.

It also participated in a $61 million funding round for the Dfinity blockchain project, a not-for-profit foundation that's building a crypto-powered "internet computer."

Haun said she's especially interested in applications that use blockchain technology to put people in control of their own data, for reasons around security and privacy.

"The basic architecture of crypto is to give power back to individuals. And I think there are a lot of promising ideas that we're hearing about just now," Haun said.

Before joining the firm, Haun spent over a decade as a federal prosecutor with the US Department of Justice, where she focused on fraud, cybercrime, and digital assets. She is perhaps best known for her role in the criminal investigation around Silk Road, the notorious online black market that sold everything from heroin to fake passports.

Haun prosecuted — and convicted — two federal agents who were working undercover to investigate Silk Road, while stealing millions of dollars worth of bitcoin.

Haun, who also sits on the board at Coinbase and HackerOne and teaches at Stanford, said the transition from prosecutor to venture capitalist has felt natural.

"I think fundamentally being a prosecutor is in sourcing out the good from the bad," Haun said. "So I think when my team is talking about separating out the wheat from the chaff, in terms of projects and people, just having that sense will translate well."

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MetaCert’s Newest Product, Cryptonite, Solves Twitter’s Scambot Problem

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

MetaCert’s Newest Product, Cryptonite, Solves Twitter’s Scambot Problem

Anti-fraud software company MetaCert has a fix for the simplistic yet frequently effective rackets that have come to plague cryptocurrency’s online communities: Twitter scams.

Cryptonite, as it’s playfully dubbed, is MetaCert’s solution to safeguard users from the fraudulent accounts that orchestrate fake giveaways under the guise of industry leaders. Typically, these accounts masquerade as the blockchain industry’s high-profile individuals. Within the Twitter statuses of the individuals in question, these fraudsters mimic verified accounts with picture-perfect doppelgängers, advertising giveaways that ask users to send cryptocurrencies, usually bitcoin or ether, to an address to receive a larger sum in return.

If you’ve ever glanced a verified Twitter handle for a popular industry figure that reads “Not giving ETH or BTC away,” these schemes are the reason.

Sometimes, these scams are easy to snuff out, especially if the individual being mimicked is verified by Twitter. But Twitter doesn’t verify everyone, especially not in an industry still so niche as crypto.

“How do you know the Twitter account is verified? How do you know it’s not a fake account or a bot that’s going to apply to legitimate messages in the crypto world?” Paul Walsh, CEO of MetaCert, told Bitcoin Magazine in an interview. “Those are the kind of questions we’re looking to answer.”

MetaCert’s answer is Cryptonite, a panacea for the unscrupulous practices Twitter can’t fend off on its own. As a browser ad-on, internet users can install Cryptonite on to Chrome, Firefox or Opera. Once active, Cryptonite will display a green shield for legitimate Twitter accounts to give users a green light for their authenticity. Fake accounts, on the other hand, will be blacklisted with a gray shield to warn users to stay away.

“We built [Cryptonite] because it’s impossible to stay on top of every phishing attack, because they happen so frequently,” Walsh said in the interview.

Built specifically for Twitter, Cryptonite leverages similar verification techniques that MetaCert has already employed for its Slack and Telegram plug-ins. These integrations were built for the crypto community after Walsh was introduced to the financial losses unsuspecting retail investors had suffered via scam bots or phishing links. Like Cryptonite’s preventative software, MetaCert monitors these groups and scans links and accounts to identify and bookmark bad actors to prevent potential foul play. As MetaCert’s multiple cybersecurity iterations demonstrate, Cryptonite’s functionality could have far-reaching ramifications for any number of social media, websites and online applications.

Going forward, the company will experiment to see if it can “decentralize the decision-making process” to verify accounts.

“There’s no way in the world that MetaCert can validate all social media accounts and all bots and all apps — if you combined all the cybersecurity companies together you couldn’t scale it across the entire internet,” Walsh admitted in our interview.

The experiment launched this Wednesday, June 20, 2018, in the form of a private token sale. The idea behind the MetaCert ICO, Walsh explained, is to establish a distributed ecosystem of cyber watchdogs who will verify and upkeep MetaCert’s database of authentic and fraudulent entities.

META, the network’s token, will be used as an incentives system to keep verifiers honest. Under this model, anyone can submit a suspicious link or identity to the network for scrutiny; once it is evaluated and the network’s verifiers (cybersecurity professionals, white hats, etc.) reach a consensus regarding its status, its authenticity or fraudulence is broadcast to the blockchain for reference.

If a company or person would like to have their wallet address, domain name or social media account verified, they will pay in tokens,” Walsh explained in the interview. “The validators then get paid from this for doing the work.”

You don’t, however, have to be the organization or business in question to submit links, profiles and applications for review. Walsh indicated that anyone can submit a request to the network; they just need to stake tokens to have it fulfilled.

“If a person would like to submit domains, social media accounts, bots, apps or APIs for the purpose of classifying as phishing, malware, xxx, sports entertainment or one of the other 60 categories, they must stake some token before they submit. When the validators agree, everyone gets paid in tokens, including the submitter,” he iterated.

MetaCert is launching a token sale to realize such decentralized cyber surveillance, and MetaCert’s suite of offerings have been guiding lights for the crypto community. But Walsh conveyed in the interview that MetaCert’s software has relevance that extends far beyond the cryptocurrency realm.

“We’re building a different version of the WHOIS database. But it’s credible, verifiable, on the blockchain, and it’s not just about domain names, but all web resources: social media accounts, websites, bots, apps and APIs,” he stated.

MetaCert’s protocols, he continued, can be integrated by search engines, social media and potentially even ISPs and Wi-Fi hotspots down the road. Under a decentralized ecosystem, this would mean an internet that’s constantly policing content for malicious actors across every industry and every medium.

This is Walsh’s long-term goal. He claims that “if you’re in the crypto community, chances are, somewhere, you’re being protected by MetaCert and you don’t even know it.” The next step means implementing MetaCert’s cybersecurity services in every niche that might need them.

“I see a world where you feel safe opening a link. I believe in you being able to have the freedom of choice in an open web but giving you the tools to avoid the stuff you don’t want to see. I see ours as the new security protocol for ISPs, Wi-Fi hotspot providers, the Wi-Fi router in your home or office, your browser — whatever it is that provides access to a URI, a source. I want them to integrate MetaCert. That’s my vision.”

To learn more about MetaCert and test its software, visit the company’s website.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Robinhood is quietly expanding its foothold in cryptocurrency, and it could present a big challenge to Coinbase's flagship business

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Robinhood, the California brokerage known for its free stock trading application, is expanding its foothold in the crypto world. 
  • Certain Robinhood users have been able to buy crypto since the beginning of 2018. 
  • Now, it is hiring developers to build a crypto wallet, according to a job advertisement. It is also looking to support trading in new coins.
  • Such a product would make it a stronger rival to Coinbase, the cryptocurrency exchange and broker, experts say. 

Robinhood, the California broker known for pioneering free stock-trading, is looking to dive deeper into the market for digital currencies. And Coinbase, one of the largest platforms for crypto trading, should be worried, market observers tell Business Insider. 

Robinhood, which rolled out a cryptocurrency trading offering earlier this year in some US states, is looking to hire developers to build-out a cryptocurrency wallet, according to a job advertisement.

Such an offering would allow investors to transfer their crypto holdings from outside brokerages and wallets into Robinhood. Currently, if a Robinhood crypto customer wants to transfer coins in and out of the platform they would have to first sell them, transfer the money to another platform, and then buy. 

A spokesman for Robinhood declined to provide a timeline on a wallet offering, but said "people are constantly asking for the ability to transfer their coins into Robinhood." 

In addition to providing an on-ramp for Robinhood users to send coins from elsewhere, the wallet could also provide a more secure way for Robinhood customers to store their crypto under the same company umbrella. 

Robinhood doesn't charge customers to trade bitcoin or ether on its platform, versus Coinbase which charges customers a 2% transaction fee or more for buying and selling cryptocurrency. Robinhood isn't the only firm undercutting Coinbase. Circle, the Boston-based fintech firm, rolled-out Circle Invest which also doesn't charge a fee. To be sure, Coinbase operates a much larger business outside its retail brokerage. It operates an institutional-grade exchange and has been developing more and more products aimed at Wall Street. 

"If you are trying to attract large holder folks onto the platform, then [lack of fees] is one way to do it," said Warren Hogarth, the founder of fintech firm Empower, said in an interview with Business Insider. 

Coinbase declined to comment for this story. The firm has previously defended its fees by pointing out customers can move physical bitcoin in and out of its platform. Robinhood doesn't currently offer that functionality but soon could if they successfully roll out a wallet. 

"For any customers who's buying or selling bitcoin or any cryptocurrency on Coinbase, they will have access to send and receive their coin, which we believe is a core piece of functionality. As a result of that we do charge fees," Dan Romero, the general manager of Coinbase, told the Wall Street Journal

New challenges for Coinbase

Robinhood is also interested in supporting the trading of new coins onto the platform, the job ad suggests. The addition of news coins and a wallet could better position them against Coinbase, which is reported to have made $1 billion in crypto revenues last year

The bull-run of 2017 helped Coinbase build a massive business around their brokerage unit. But increased competition presents "a pretty significant threat for their core bread and butter," said Michael Dunworth, the founder of crypto firm Wyre.

"Not only is it hyper-competitive from traditional fintech," he said, "add the [international exchanges] to that and it starts looking like a tough market for Coinbase."

In November, Japan-based Bitflyer announced it was opening shop in the US. Dunworth expects other foreign crypto exchanges to expand into the US. 

As for Robinhood's crypto future, the job ad makes it clear that the firm's ambitions lay beyond their current product offering. 

"What has been created so far only scratches the surface of how Robinhood envisions cryptocurrencies to play a role in our user’s lives," the ad said.

Still, Robinhood has made it clear that it views crypto as a gateway to its equities and options businesses, rather than a money-maker in itself. 

"We are going to break-even on this," Robinhood cofounder Baiju Bhatt said in an interview with Business Insider in January. "But it could dramatically increase user growth."

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What you need to know on Wall Street today

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Dow plunges as trade tensions soar 

Stocks fell in midday trading Monday, with the Dow Jones industrial average down as much as 446 points, amid reports of protectionist policy pushes by the Trump administration that would ramp up trade tensions on multiple fronts.

New rules that would curb investment in American technology firms are reportedly in the works within the Treasury Department. The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that the initiatives would block companies with more than 25% Chinese ownership from buying "industrially significant" technology companies. But Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday on Twitter that the rules could be applied to "all countries that are trying to steal our technology."

Take a peek inside the Manhattan mothership of JPMorgan Chase's $10.8 billion tech office

It's only a couple years old, but at JPMorgan Chase's office at Five Manhattan West the walls have already been defaced.

And it's not just the walls. Chairs and other surfaces have been scribbled all over as well.

At the headquarters for JPMorgan's digital ambitions, this is all by design — writable surfaces are part of the effort to foment the collaboration, serendipity, and freeform thinking that run amok at Silicon Valley's most agile workplaces.

And as banks increasingly compete for the same talent as the Google, Amazon, Facebook and other tech giants, the lively tech hub and its casual ambiance also serves as a recruiting tool for young talent that may instinctively view the "Midtown Uniform" with suspicion.

"This is the mothership," Jason Alexander, head of digital platforms at Chase, told BI on a recent tour of the office space.

Take a look inside the headquarters for JPMorgan Chase's $10.8 billion digital tech blitz.

Galaxy is investing hundreds of millions of dollars in projects that'll lure Wall Street to bitcoin

Famed hedge funder-turned-crypto enthusiast Mike Novogratz launched merchant bank Galaxy Digital earlier this year and its venture capital arm is already hard at work.

Business Insider has learned that Galaxy, which has businesses in asset-management, trading, and investing, has made a significant number of investments in the market for digital coins which have not yet been disclosed publicly.  

People familiar with the firm's operation said that the principal investment team, which staffs six people, has invested in high-volume ICO projects and has a significant portfolio of early stage ventures. 

 

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China Releases Updated Crypto Index: EOS on Top While Bitcoin Falls Out of Favor

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

CCID Announces Its First Monthly Global Public Chain Assessment Index

The China Center for Information Industry Development (CCID) released the second iteration of its monthly Global Public Chain Technology Evaluation Index. As part of the Ministry of Industry and Technology Information, the CCID is releasing the monthly reports on behalf of the Chinese government. The public index, which the Chinese government called the first of its kind, was first released last month.

According to domestic news outlet Cena News, the organization unveiled this month’s index on June 20, 2018, at the Shanghai Science Hall.

In the fresh report, EOS has supplanted Ethereum as the number one rated asset. Ethereum, now number two on the list, is followed by NEO, Stellar, Lisk and Nebulas, respectively.

The report’s top 15 assets are as follows:

  1. EOS (161.5)
  2. Ethereum (138.4)
  3. NEO (109.0)
  4. Stellar (108.3)
  5. Lisk (105.3)
  6. Nebulas (105.3)
  7. Steem (104.5)
  8. Bitshares (104.1)
  9. Ripple (102.9)
  10. Qtum (100.3)
  11. Waves (100.2)
  12. Cadano (96.1)
  13. Monero (95.9)
  14. Ark (95.0)
  15. Ethereum Classic (94.8)

Perhaps more noteworthy, Bitcoin has fallen out of the report’s top 15. Cryptocurrency’s flagship coin received a less-than-impressive grade in the CCID’s inaugural report with a 13th place ranking. But now, at 17th, it has depreciated even further in the eyes of the report’s authors.

These authors are “first-rate domestic experts and scholars,” according to the CCID. The working group also evaluated the new grades using additional parameters and revamped algorithms, the CCID claims.

“The second-phase assessment model has been optimized compared to the first phase. The security assessment algorithm has been improved and the evaluation indicator for ease of deployment of public-chain nodes has been added,” the center indicated.

Still, the foundational metrics of the report are the same. Above all else, the center still judges each cryptocurrency based on technological fundamentals, applicability/real-world usability and level of innovation.

Apparently, EOS met each criteria with more than enough wiggle room to inch its way into the report’s top position.

“The EOS main network went live on June 10. Although there was an accident such as a short-term suspension, it was highly active in technological innovation, and the software update speed was still one of the new generation public chains that are currently most concerned by the industry,” the CCID stated, explaining its reasoning.

The center did admit that “due to [EOS’s] short online time, the stability of the network remains to be observed.” Even so, the platform earned a 161.5 overall grade — 30 points more than Ethereum’s rating when it took the top spot last month.

Consequently, EOS is entering the limelight of the CCID’s report at a time when it’s under the scrutiny of the international cryptocurrency community. After a near-faltering launch of its main net two weeks ago, the platform has attracted criticism for account freezes and network censorship.

According to private Telegram correspondence, the EOS Core Arbitration Forum (ECAF) instructed the network’s 21 block producers to freeze all transaction activity for 27 public keys. The order, signed by Interim Emergency Arbitrator Sam Sapoznick, freezes the accounts without justification. The document concludes that “the logic and reasoning for this order will be posted at a later date.”

This is not the first time EOS block producers have put a stopper in account activity. On June 17, shortly after the EOS main net went live, they froze seven accounts that were allegedly involved in cyber theft.

Some community members have taken these account suspensions as proof that EOS is not as decentralized as it may claim. In response to the initial freezes, Charlie Shrem, for instance, tweeted, “If you can freeze reverse, control anyone’s accounts by the single a few. What’s the point of a cryptocurrency?”

Speaking to the EOS constitution, the document that vests block producers with their censorship capabilities, Nick Szabo’s has also taken to Twitter to criticize EOS’s governance structure.

“In EOS a few complete strangers can freeze what users thought was their money. Under the EOS protocol you must trust a ‘constitutional’ organization comprised of people you will likely never get to know. The EOS ‘constitution’ is socially unscalable and a security hole,” the forefather of smart contracts stated.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

China Releases Updated Crypto Index: EOS on Top While Bitcoin Falls Out of Favor

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

CCID Announces Its First Monthly Global Public Chain Assessment Index

The China Center for Information Industry Development (CCID) released the second iteration of its monthly Global Public Chain Technology Evaluation Index. As part of the Ministry of Industry and Technology Information, the CCID is releasing the monthly reports on behalf of the Chinese government. The public index, which the Chinese government called the first of its kind, was first released last month.

According to domestic news outlet Cena News, the organization unveiled this month’s index on June 20, 2018, at the Shanghai Science Hall.

In the fresh report, EOS has supplanted Ethereum as the number one rated asset. Ethereum, now number two on the list, is followed by NEO, Stellar, Lisk and Nebulas, respectively.

The report’s top 15 assets are as follows:

  1. EOS (161.5)
  2. Ethereum (138.4)
  3. NEO (109.0)
  4. Stellar (108.3)
  5. Lisk (105.3)
  6. Nebulas (105.3)
  7. Steem (104.5)
  8. Bitshares (104.1)
  9. Ripple (102.9)
  10. Qtum (100.3)
  11. Waves (100.2)
  12. Cadano (96.1)
  13. Monero (95.9)
  14. Ark (95.0)
  15. Ethereum Classic (94.8)

Perhaps more noteworthy, Bitcoin has fallen out of the report’s top 15. Cryptocurrency’s flagship coin received a less-than-impressive grade in the CCID’s inaugural report with a 13th place ranking. But now, at 17th, it has depreciated even further in the eyes of the report’s authors.

These authors are “first-rate domestic experts and scholars,” according to the CCID. The working group also evaluated the new grades using additional parameters and revamped algorithms, the CCID claims.

“The second-phase assessment model has been optimized compared to the first phase. The security assessment algorithm has been improved and the evaluation indicator for ease of deployment of public-chain nodes has been added,” the center indicated.

Still, the foundational metrics of the report are the same. Above all else, the center still judges each cryptocurrency based on technological fundamentals, applicability/real-world usability and level of innovation.

Apparently, EOS met each criteria with more than enough wiggle room to inch its way into the report’s top position.

“The EOS main network went live on June 10. Although there was an accident such as a short-term suspension, it was highly active in technological innovation, and the software update speed was still one of the new generation public chains that are currently most concerned by the industry,” the CCID stated, explaining its reasoning.

The center did admit that “due to [EOS’s] short online time, the stability of the network remains to be observed.” Even so, the platform earned a 161.5 overall grade — 30 points more than Ethereum’s rating when it took the top spot last month.

Consequently, EOS is entering the limelight of the CCID’s report at a time when it’s under the scrutiny of the international cryptocurrency community. After a near-faltering launch of its main net two weeks ago, the platform has attracted criticism for account freezes and network censorship.

According to private Telegram correspondence, the EOS Core Arbitration Forum (ECAF) instructed the network’s 21 block producers to freeze all transaction activity for 27 public keys. The order, signed by Interim Emergency Arbitrator Sam Sapoznick, freezes the accounts without justification. The document concludes that “the logic and reasoning for this order will be posted at a later date.”

This is not the first time EOS block producers have put a stopper in account activity. On June 17, shortly after the EOS main net went live, they froze seven accounts that were allegedly involved in cyber theft.

Some community members have taken these account suspensions as proof that EOS is not as decentralized as it may claim. In response to the initial freezes, Charlie Shrem, for instance, tweeted, “If you can freeze reverse, control anyone’s accounts by the single a few. What’s the point of a cryptocurrency?”

Speaking to the EOS constitution, the document that vests block producers with their censorship capabilities, Nick Szabo’s has also taken to Twitter to criticize EOS’s governance structure.

“In EOS a few complete strangers can freeze what users thought was their money. Under the EOS protocol you must trust a ‘constitutional’ organization comprised of people you will likely never get to know. The EOS ‘constitution’ is socially unscalable and a security hole,” the forefather of smart contracts stated.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Bitcoin Price Eyes Comeback as 250 Million New Tethers Enter Circulation

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Cryptocurrency startup Tether issued $250 million in new tokens on Monday, sparking speculation that a bitcoin price rally could be inbound. Blockchain data indicates that Tether, the creator of cryptocurrency “stablecoin” USDT (colloquially called tether), issued 250 million new tokens this morning, June 25. USDT, which is pegged to USD at a 1-to-1 ratio, serves

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Meet Google's top result for 'bitcoin bro' searches

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What happens when an image of you becomes the top Google search result for stereotypes like 'bitcoin bro'? Peter Saddington, a 35-year-old Australian doesn't seem to mind the fame. Others, however, aren't as happy about the designations given by search giant. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Meet Google's top result for 'bitcoin bro' searches

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Meet Google's top result for 'bitcoin bro' searches

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What happens when an image of you becomes the top Google search result for stereotypes like 'bitcoin bro'? Peter Saddington, a 35-year-old Australian doesn't seem to mind the fame. Others, however, aren't as happy about the designations given by search giant. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Meet Google's top result for 'bitcoin bro' searches

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

bitcoin bro sports car stereotypes Google Image search result

Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider's roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox.

What happens when an image of you becomes the top Google search result for stereotypes like 'bitcoin bro'? Peter Saddington, a 35-year-old Australian doesn't seem to mind the fame. Others, however, aren't as happy about the designations given by search giant. 

Here are the current prices: 

bitcoin price today crypto

In the news:

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider’s Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff.

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: This top economist has a radical plan to change the way Americans vote

Bitmain’s Mining Pools Now Control Nearly 51 Percent of the Bitcoin Hashrate

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin mining pools controlled by China-based industry giant Bitmain now account for more than 40 percent of the total Bitcoin hashrate, raising new concerns about miner centralization. Bitmain Hashrate Inches Toward 51 Percent According to data from CoinDance, bitcoin mining pools BTC.com and Antpool have mined 25.5 percent and 16.5 percent, respectively, of all bitcoin

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MicroBitcoin vs Ethereum Classic – What’s Common and Different between them?

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‘Overwinter’ Upgrade Looms as Zcash Prepares for Its First Hard Fork

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

ZCash, a privacy-based cryptocurrency, is about to undergo its first hard fork. The network upgrade, dubbed Overwinter, is intended to be activated at block 347,500 – it’s currently at 347, 253- and is scheduled to go live on June 26. ZCash is a fork of bitcoin which uses a cryptography principle called “zero-knowledge proofs” which allows

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China's Crypto Ratings Index Puts EOS in Top Slot, Drops Bitcoin

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

China's Global Public Chain Assessment Index has released its second monthly evaluation of blockchain networks – with perhaps surprising results.

BTCC to Sell 49% Equity Stake of its Bitcoin Mining Pool for $18.7 Million

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Former Chinese ‘big three’ crypto exchange BTCC has agreed to sell 49 percent of its mining pool, BTCC Pool Limited, in equity in a non-legally binding agreement. In an announcement [PDF] published on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, prospective buyer Value Convergence Holdings Limited – a Hong Kong-based asset management and financial services company –

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Newsflash: Bitcoin Price Gravitates Back Toward $6,000 as Recovery Stalls

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The bitcoin price took a sharp turn back toward the $6,000 mark on Monday, reversing what had been a significant early-day rally for the flagship cryptocurrency. Earlier this morning, the bitcoin price had recovered back as high as $6,245 on Bitfinex after descending as low as $5,755 on Sunday. That mark had represented a year-to-date

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China Ranks EOS as the #1 Blockchain, Bitcoin Doesn’t Make Top Ten

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Last week, China Electronic Information Industry Development (CCID) updated its blockchain rankings that previously ranked Ethereum as the best blockchain network in the global market. After pausing its blockchain network subsequent to the discovery of critical bugs, suspending 27 user accounts without reasoning, and receiving criticism from prominent experts like Cornell University professor Emin Gun

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Bitcoin's Defense of $6K Raises Odds of Relief Rally

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin could trade on a positive note for the rest of the week, if prices close today above Sunday's high of $6,250.

Bitcoin Price Rises 5% Avoiding Lower End of $5,000, Theta and Ontology Rise 21%

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The bitcoin price has risen by over 5 percent in the past 24 hours, as the cryptocurrency market recorded a slight recovery. Theta and Ontology recorded a rise of over 21%, becoming the best performers of the market as of June 25. Potential BTC Scenarios After dipping to a monthly low at $235 billion, the

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Bitcoin Miner BTCC to Sell Stake in Pool for $17 Million

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

BTCC's mining pool has provisionally agreed to sell a large portion of its equity to a Hong Kong-based financial service firm for $17 million.

Fiat Withdrawals Could Become ‘Impossible’, Warns Major Indian Cryptocurrency Exchange

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

As the date for India’s banking ban on the cryptocurrency sector approaches, Zebpay – one of India’s biggest exchanges – is proactively warning users that their fiat deposits could be affected. Bitcoin wallet and exchange platform Zebpay, one of India’s largest crypto firms, has warned its customers that their fiat rupee withdrawals could stop altogether

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Another Bitcoin Miner Maker Is Seeking to Go Public in Hong Kong

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Ebang, one of the largest bitcoin mining chip makers from China, has filed for an initial public offering with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

Chinese Police Arrest Crypto Miner for Power Theft

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Chinese police have arrested a suspect on charges of alleged power theft, seizing 200 bitcoin and ethereum mining computers in the process.

Bitcoin Price Drop, Hacks, and FEC Regulations: This Week in Crypto

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Price Watch: Bitcoin is down 8% this week continuing a trend of an almost 20% drop over the last month. Earlier today, the bitcoin price hit a low for 2018 of $5,825 causing analysts to draw comparisons to 2014 when Bitcoin experienced an 80% correction. Despite the precipitous drop, analysts have remained optimistic because Mt.

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