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VeChain has teamed up with BYD for a carbon ecosystem after adding the insurer PICC to its list of partnerships. VeChain has also just recently released mainnet v1.0.2 hwilst VET has raised over 200% in less than a month since bulls starting racing into the crypto market in August.
VeChain is the 18th biggest cryptocurrency around the globe and is heading towards bigger and more advanced things with the announcement of another partnership.
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In a message on GEAR Token’s website, iconic political talk show host Larry King says that global climate change is threatening humanity’s existence and is “a potentially catastrophic issue from the combustion of fossil fuels … putting immense pressure on the environment and on our health.”
King says that “this is simply not sustainable” and “the pace of innovations and investment in green energy and renewables is not enough to help counteract the use of dirty fuels.”
A newly released study asserts a large amount of electricity is eaten up as Bitcoin00 is exchanged and mined. The author suggests these consumption habits could be churning out enough carbon emissions to affect global climate change.
The relationship between Bitcoin00 and energy has always been somewhat complicated.
Many people have come to odds with miners who set up operations in smaller towns and communities and promise big opportunities, but instead throw power grids into disarray by consuming large amounts of electricity.
A stream of positive developments and new products is helping to boost Bitcoin’s adoption rate. One of the latest products is Change Wallet, a mobile app for trading Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with zero commission fees.
Change CEO Predicts: Cryptocurrencies Will Be Used As Much As Fiat Money
Change, a company headquartered in Estonia and financed from Singapore, has launched Change Wallet – a mobile app that allows users to buy and convert between cryptocurrencies. This multicurrency app supports digital assets such as Bitcoin, Ether, Ripple, Litecoin, and Tether.
Nonprofit organization PoWx has launched this week with the goal of boosting the idea behind proof of work (PoW) through more innovative algorithms. The company is seeking to decentralize Bitcoin mining and make it more accessible to consumers through a new technology that executives have dubbed “optical PoW” — a new type of hardware that utilizes a more advanced and energy-efficient form of laser technology as the cornerstone of mining.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency mining is usually off limits to those who cannot afford the expensive mining computers and equipment. In addition, miners are usually stuck dealing with high energy bills and excessive consumption of electricity. It is estimated that approximately 0.15 percent of the world’s energy is used to mine cryptocurrency.
Delving into bitcoin can take guts — and not just the type of bravado needed to embrace crypto speculation. Sometimes standing up for bitcoin also means standing up for your homeland and fellow citizens, in search of a better way.
The latter display of bravery is embedded in the recently launched Let’s Talk Bitcoin! podcast #370 hosted by Adam B. Levine, Stephanie Murphy and Jonathan Mohan. That’s where LTB correspondent Christian Garcia steps up with a report from a country in crisis, reminding listeners about the world-altering dimensions of bitcoin that are separate from investing.
Keplertek recently finished its Pre-Sale, thus concluding the final stage of its Pre-ICO. In total, all of the pre-sale tokens sold out within the first seven days — an incredible achievement that the team is understandably proud of. There is more and more talk about this amazing project, and rightfully so — so let’s take a deeper look at what makes Kepler Technologies truly special.
Robotics and AI on the Blockchain
Robotics and AI are some of the most disruptive technologies in our world – they’re already very real and about to change the world for the better.
The ethereum network’s transition to proof-of-stake is getting closer to reality, beginning with a hybrid system that could soon begin testing.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer Matt Sorum, formerly of Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver, is lending his name and experience to a new crypto funding project, Artbit, in an effort to eliminate the age-old middle-person between artists and consumers.
This week the owner of the web portal Bitcoin.org and Bitcointalk, a pseudonym called Cobra wrote an open letter to the bitcoin community asking them to think about changing the Bitcoin core network’s Proof-of-Work algorithm.
Bitcoin.org Owner ‘Cobra’ Says Bitcoin Mining Is Controlled By One Man and His Company
The owner of two well-known bitcoin websites has sparked controversy once again as he’s written an open letter to the community asking for a Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus change. Cobra says bitcoin is slowly becoming less decentralized and he blames mining centralization. In fact, Cobra points to “one man and his company,” and that individual is Jihan Wu, the owner of the Chinese based Bitmain Technologies. Cobra says that the security of the Bitcoin core network depends solely on trusting that one company will be honorable.
We’re all aware of the versatility and usability of blockchain technology, and not just in the virtual currency industry. It can be used in nearly any industry relying on recording transactions and data, including the UN.
The UN will soon be taking advantage of the power of blockchain in the fight against climate change. According to the EconoTimes, the group’s Climate Change secretariat has launched the Climate Chain Coalition (CCC), whose main aim will be to research how the technology can help in the fight against this global problem.
The cryptocurrency market is booming right now, especially with Bitcoin’s latest growth. Though, most people ﬁnd investing either too complex and/or are afraid to take the ﬁrst step in their cryptocurrency investing journey.
Coinseed Wants to Make It Easy For Everyone to Start Investing in Cryptocurrencies
Coinseed makes it easier for everyone to start investing in cryptocurrencies. A user can simply collect their spare change to invest or he/she can be more active by controlling their portfolio day to day. The Coinseed platform ranks the users’ portfolios by their returns. Any user can replicate another user’s with just a click of a button.
The music industry is a multi-billion dollar industry that branches out in many directions and has many profitable avenues to exploit; one such avenue is background music. Many venues resort to playing music that is either unlicensed or not supposed to be used for commercial purposes. Moozicore plans to change all of that with their new platform that can be played by anyone at any time using their mobile app.
The Abyss is launching its Token Sale. The project team is creating a revolutionary digital distribution gaming platform, where competition and struggle for clients are transformed into a mutually beneficial cooperation. Game developers will be able to push their projects forward with maximum efficiency and earn money not only from in-game payments but also from referrals and other activities. Players will also have numerous earnings opportunities.
Competition in the gaming industry is growing rapidly. In order to deliver their products to a broad audience, developers have to increase their marketing expenditures constantly. Thus, the competition between developers shifts from providing a quality product to the size of advertising budgets. This damages the whole gaming industry.