Tron and Neo weren't the only crypto projects interested in acquiring BitTorrent; in fact, CoinDesk has learned, five others were tempted to buy too.
It turns out that more crypto companies explored buying BitTorrent than just Tron. Not previously reported, Neo Global Capital made a much higher bid.
The peer-to-peer sharing company now owned by Tron's founder has a small stake in a soon-to-be-launched cryptocurrency protocol.
At least five BitTorrent employees have left BitTorrent due to disagreements related to its acquisition by Tron founder Justin Sun.
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A new partnership will allow ethereum users to register their addresses to a top-level domain name.
South Korea's Financial Supervisory Service has encouraged public and private sector companies to develop a blockchain-based stock trading system.
Neo 3.0 is coming, potentially bringing big changes to the protocol's economic model. But investors aren't happy.
What can a blockchain startup do when it runs out of its own tokens? According to U Network, buy back tokens from its investors.
After announcing his candidacy just one day ago, Tron founder Justin Sun has already been elected to run a node in the network.