ArcBlock, a leading blockchain application platform, and ecosystem has released the DApps Workshop, an easy to use developer tool that gives developers, businesses and product managers an easy way to build prototypes and POCs to validate different DApp and decentralized identity scenarios. Before writing a single line of code, developers can simulate an application that includes different authentication standards, use of a mobile wallet to log in or easily build transaction models to simulate different transfer scenarios that help validate a specific use case. With this launch, the new DApps Workshop solves a very important problem for blockchain developers –
In the beginning, there was Bitcoin Core. Satoshi Nakamoto’s seminal software implementation for the Bitcoin network was a one-stop shop for early users: For the earliest adopters, it functioned as a full node, wallet and miner.
Ten years and a few moons later, the Bitcoin service industry is undergoing a technical renaissance. Today, applications and hardware abound that give bitcoiners a greater degree of flexibility over how they manage their coins than ever before. From mixing services to plug-and-play nodes, hardware wallets to browser extensions, these tools have made Bitcoin more private, safer and easier to use, expanding its use cases along the way.
Coinbase has added support for the EOS cryptocurrency for customers on Coinbase.com and its Android and iOS apps.
A crypto bull market may finally be upon us as the 13-month long bear market looks to have finally given way to a surge of new buying interest. The new money has driven a notable rise in Bitcoin (BTC), bringing in the leading digital currency to just under $ 9,000 for the first time in over […]
Are you a professional or a hobbyist programmer and want to create cryptocurrency enabled applications? Bitcoin.com’s Developer Platform offers resources for you to learn how to develop software based on the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network.
Learn to Code With Bitcoin Cash
If you want to start creating BCH-powered projects, Bitcoin.com’s Developer Platform has everything you need to get going. The portal’s educational section offer tutorials with real world examples and step by step instructions on how to build Bitcoin Cash applications from scratch, as well as insights from developers who have already implemented their visions into code.
In addition to learning about the latest developments in the world of Bitcoin Cash, you can take part in a special giveaway in this week’s video news update from Bitcoin.com. Streamed live and hosted by Roger Ver, the weekly show is shared on Bitcoin.com’s Youtube channel every Sunday.
Loom Network (LOOM), a blockchain ecosystem for games and social apps, announced this week that it has added support for Binance Coin (BNB) as a form of payment across applications on its PlasmaChain via a new partnership with the exchange. Binance + Zombie Battleground Special Promotion! For a limited time, you can purchase collectible Binance-themed ZB […]
Eight apps have been removed from Microsoft’s app store after Symantec found they could illicitly mine cryptocurrency.
Despite attempts to weed out fake cryptocurrency apps on the Android marketplace, the war is far from being won. Cybersecurity researcher Lukas Stefanko recently came across four fake crypto apps in the Google Play Store that impersonated Ethereum wallet MetaMask, as well as the Tether and NEO cryptocurrencies. According to Stefanko, the apps have been
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Leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance has continued its push to improve the user interface of its mobile apps, and announced today that it would be adding push notification functionality. Binance mobile apps nows have notifications. Download the latest version if you haven't already. We will be testing it during this next upgrade. Now you don't have to follow my boring tweets if […]
Over the last few months, the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) developers who created the Yenom wallet have been developing a lot of BCH applications and tools. On Nov. 3, the Yenom developer Shun Usami revealed a new proposition model for decentralized application development proposals called the Bitcoin Dapps Improvement Proposal (BDIP) standard.
For enthusiasts, alternative investments professionals, and cryptographers, cryptocurrency is either the next greatest economic revolution, an incredible store of value in addition to being a cryptographic transaction medium, or the best problem to solve seen in decades. Yet, for the general public, even understanding what Bitcoin is remains hard at best, since the average consumer is simply not technically sophisticated enough to understand, let alone access cryptocurrency. And, even for many established finance professionals (outside of FX trading) the idea of a transactive medium simultaneously acting as a store of value is hard to stomach.
Not all cryptocurrency enthusiasts have the time to aggressively monitor the markets in order to make strategic purchases. However, given the relative simplicity of cryptocurrency transactions, there are a number of unique and innovative ways investors can passively earn digital assets in their everyday lives. Here are four major apps that reward daily activities with […]
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Sophoslabs has published a report in which the company claims to have identified at least 25 Android apps published on the official Google Play store that contain script facilitating the ‘cryptojacking’ of users’ computing resources.
25 Apps Containing Mining Malware Identified on Google Play Store
Sophoslabs claims to have discovered 25 apps on the official Google Play store that contain cryptojacking code within them.
A report published by the company asserts that the apps in question have “been downloaded and installed more than 120,000 times.”
September 24th, 2018, Singapore – The technology company that’s leveraging Blockchain to build applications and businesses with transparency and control of data in its core, begins ICO.
DBX made headlines this week with the announcement of their ICO launch that is expected to shake up the Blockchain ecosystem. The ICO, which is now open, intends to help DBX expand its operations and help businesses utilise blockchain in a workable and “real life” manner. DBX, or Database X, has been described as a fundamental breakthrough in the rollout or usage of blockchain for more businesses.
Zeus, by AIZeus is the latest public blockchain build to satisfy the needs of applications with millions of users. The Zeus blockchain has been designed with mass market B2C & P2P applications in mind, which require a wealth of consumer end features. Because of this, Zeus has been made to be the complete solution for mass market consumer apps.
It’s an incredible platform, built on some incredible technology, technology that you need to know about.
Google is reportedly hosting cryptocurrency mining applications in Play Store, despite a ban imposed last month. Google’s revised terms of service states that, “We don’t allow apps that mine cryptocurrency on devices.” However, the search engine giant mentioned last month that apps that remotely manage cryptocurrency mining are permitted. Despite the ban, few digital currency mining
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The Kin Ecosystem Foundation, creator of the cryptocurrency backed by social media company Kik Interactive, has selected consumer 40 apps to participate in the inaugural edition of its development incubator. Announced on Wednesday, the program, which will fund 40 out of the more than 200 projects who submitted applications, will primarily feature new apps, though
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Google just nixed any app that mines cryptocurrencies from its Play Store.
With a recent update to the store’s policies, the tech monolith rewrote its stance on cryptocurrency apps.
We don’t allow apps that mine cryptocurrency on devices. We permit apps that remotely manage the mining of cryptocurrency.
As the latter half of the policy indicates, other mining applications, such as those that facilitate cloud and other forms of remote mining, will not be removed.