To address the problems of Ethereum scalability, Syscoin has developed a new protocol called the Bridge that will ensure the seamless transferring of ERC20 tokens into the Syscoin ecosystem.
Chainlink and Unibright are among a group of Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) members that have formed a task force to create protocols for integrating the Ethereum blockchain with mainstream corporate systems of records. EMINENT: Decentralizing Main…
Today, Ethereum is falling as a confirmation of its oscillation between $157 and $173. The price movement has remained the same since January 19. The price is on the downward move after its resistance at $170. The fall is supposed to extend the low of …
DApps are still struggling with user retention and high app turnovers, but DeFi-focused apps might offer an avenue for greater adoption
In the last 48 hours, Ethereum has been on a downward move, but within a confined range of $160 and $173. Today, the price reaches a low of $157 and it is making an upward move to reach a high of $173.
For much of recent years, crypto enthusiasts hoped that Ethereum would take Bitcoin’s place to become the leading blockchain project by market valuation. But heading into 2020, the so-called “flippening” has still not arrived. Ethereum’s native token, dubbed as Ether, is down by circa 89 percent from its historic high of $1,419.60 (data from Coinbase)…. The post appeared first on NewsBTC.
On January 19, the bull’s inability to break above the $180 resistance level compelled Ethereum to a range-bound movement. Ether is on a tight range between $160 and $170. Incidentally, the continual ranging will lead to a price breakout or breakdown. …
Remember Polkadot? It’s the multi-chain network that raised $145 million in 2017 and hasn’t been seen since. But unlike many of the blockchain projects from that era, Polkadot hasn’t taken the money and run. Its team, led by Ethereum founder Gavin Wood, has been beavering away at the ambitious task it set itself. Two and […]
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Ethereum 2.0 seems to look really attractive to the community. More than 22,000 validators have joined the public testnet just within a week.
On January 19, Ethereum fell to a low above $160 because of its inability to break above the $180 resistance level. Despite its disappointing fall after its resistance, a break above $180 will catapult ETH to reach a high of $197 or $200.