By CCN Markets: Over the past three months, the bitcoin price has risen from $ 3,911 to $ 8,120 against the U.S. dollar on major crypto exchanges, demonstrating strong momentum supplemented with a clear rise in volume. In recent weeks, the interest towards bitcoin on Baidu, the most widely utilized search engine in China, spiked significantly to 2018 levels, which could potentially indicate an increase in the demand for the asset by retail investors. Tether volume similarly indicates a rise in interest towards bitcoin In China, it is not illegal to own or store bitcoin as said by the Bank of China’s
Enjin (ENJ), a blockchain project building a decentralized ecosystem for gaming, announced this week that its Blockchain SDK (software development kit) will soon be launching on the widely popular game engine Unity. 🗓️ It’s official: The Blockchain SDK is coming to the Unity @AssetStore on March 14! In just 9 days, 4.5 million @unity3d developers will […]
Blockchain game development studio XAYA has teased a new title, currently dubbed “Project X,” that promises to bring expansive strategy gameplay to the blockchain. What’s going on at XAYA? LOTS! Check out some teasers here:https://t.co/l2u32dLAmP 2019 is going to be a fantastic year!#Blockchain #Gaming #VideoGames #Crypto #Teaser #SoccerManagerCrypto #ProjectX #TreatFighter pic.twitter.com/UgG9LKipDC — XAYA (@XAYA_tech) January […]
Brave, the web browser founded by Mozilla pioneer Brendan Eich and funded through an initial coin offering (ICO), has fired two shots across the bow at Google. Brave Files GDPR Complaint Against Google Reuters reports that the company, whose browser blocks obtrusive and privacy-infringing advertisements by default, has filed formal complaints against its much larger … Continued
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In this latest edition of our periodic deep web series, we bring news of Tor 8 – the most feature-rich onion browser yet. We also take a first look at a clearnet web browser that trawls the darknet, and cover the fallout from the Alphabay shutdown, whose repercussions rumble on to this day.
Google recently launched a new search engine that aids journalists, policymakers, scientists and other users by granting access to datasets needed for research. The Dataset Search platform sifts through digital libraries, various publishers and author’s personal websites, among other places, to display open data repositories. The search engine relies on publishers to label their data […]
Sapien Network is creating a tokenized, democratized, reputation-based, Web 3.0, social news platform that will give users back control of their data, reward content creators, and fight fake news. They are looking to leverage the latest Blockchain technologies to build a platform that is immune to censorship, guards free speech, respects user privacy, and persists content, many of the problems currently facing Web 2.0 platforms.
Sapien is one of the few projects that already has a working Beta product that the general public can access and use today. It already has over 3,000 users, 8,000 posts, 11,000 comments, and over 2.3 million staked SPN.
The latest in a long line of online companies to have banned cryptocurrency ads is Microsoft’s search engine, Bing. The news sent almost all cryptocurrency prices into the red. Microsoft’s motive is the same as those given by Facebook and Google – to protect users from ICO scams. Nonetheless, it’s yet another blow to legitimate teams looking to raise awareness for their projects.
It also illustrates yet again the fragility of the crypto market. Bing’s complete ban of anything crypto-related will come into effect at the end of June/early July, as the global computing giant revises its ads policy.