Data

Avail launches its data attestation bridge. (Alex Azabache/Unsplash)
Avail, Spun Out of Polygon, Launches Data Attestation Bridge to Ethereum
The new tech, on testnet, represents a step forward in Avail's plan to help secondary networks in the Ethereum ecosystem to speed up their processing – by giving them an alternate way to store the data, and verify its existence and availability, besides storing it on the main blockchain.
Avail launches its data attestation bridge. (Alex Azabache/Unsplash)

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EU’s Controversial Smart Contract Kill-Switch Rules Finalized by Negotiators
Lawmakers and governments have reached a deal on the Data Act despite protests from the blockchain industry.
The EU is looking to govern data from connected devices (Pete Linforth/Pixabay)

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The Graph Migrates its Settlement Layer to Arbitrum from Ethereum
The transition is aimed at reducing barriers of entry for The Graph’s users by decreasing gas costs and speeding up transactions.
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Why Disco's Swag Is 'Prohibitively Expensive'
Why Disco's Swag Is 'Prohibitively Expensive'
Disco a metaverse company focused on consent based digital identity is working to address the significance of users online reputation and personal data The firm is incentivizing customers to move personal data from company owned platforms to user owned digital wallets by making its swag free for users who do it and prohibitively expensive for [...]
Why Disco's Swag Is 'Prohibitively Expensive'

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Exploring the Intersection of Money, Crypto Regulation, and AI Technology: Insights from Europe's Post-Brexit Landscape
The interplay between data protection, cultural differences, and the homogeneity brought by the European experiment, while shaking the perception of America as the sole center of the tech universe.
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Co-founders Scott Dykstra (left) and Nate Holiday (Space and Time)
Microsoft Working With Space and Time to Add Real-Time Blockchain Data for Azure Cloud
The agreement comes seven months after the tech giant led a strategic funding round for the crypto firm.
Co-founders Scott Dykstra (left) and Nate Holiday (Space and Time)

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Much Ado About =Nil;
The mysterious company that calls itself nothing is helping zero-knowledge firms to scale blockchain quickly and cheaply. That’s something. And that’s why =nil; Foundation is one of CoinDesk’s Projects to Watch 2023
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Anti-TikTok Politicking Shows Worst Tendencies of U.S. Pols
The RESTRICT Act and other attempts to ring fence foreign tech would disrupt the open internet at the same time crypto is under threat.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley
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AllianceBlock Strikes Deal With Crunchbase to Bring Traditional Business Data to DeFi
AllianceBlock Data Tunnel users will be able to import Crunchbase data alongside DeFi data.
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The EU Commission's Thierry Breton (Thierry Monasse/Getty Images)
EU Parliament’s Smart Contract Plans Limit Standard-Setting Promise, EU Commissioner Says
Controversial lawmaker proposals on data use may no longer meet original objectives, Thierry Breton told reporters.
The EU Commission's Thierry Breton (Thierry Monasse/Getty Images)