Why Crypto Investments Are Less Vulnerable to US-China Tensions
U.S.-China tensions are taking a toll on venture funds that invest in non-crypto startups. Investment in the blockchain industry may be less affected.
Messaging app company LINE has started a rewards program where people can get LINK tokens by using its remittance and investment mobile apps.
Helium is hoping a new manufacturing deal with RAK Wireless will help the crypto-powered IoT network expand its reach.
Jack Dorsey said the nonprofit Blue Sky will use blockchain to create an open Twitter protocol and give people more control over their data.
The United States Space Force has engaged blockchain firm Xage Security to develop a new security layer for its communications systems.
China’s state-sanctioned Blockchain-Based Service Network is finally bringing public chains to its homeland -- but they will look very different.
China’s blockchain infrastructure BSN will expand its global reach by integrating with six major public chains including Tezos, NEO, Cosmos’ Irisnet, Nervos, Ethereum and EOS. Developers using these blockchains will be able to run nodes and build dapps in the network.