Bitcoin and cryptocurrency round-up 28 June 2018

Posted: 28 June 2018 7:41 pm
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What's happening in cryptocurrency?

Kik and Kin, EOS in a bad place, Huobi in a good place, where AI meets crypto and Ripple price analysis.

1. Gamified games are a game-changer

Kik is rolling out its Kin tests.

1,000 randomly selected users will be getting real money, of a sort, for playing games.

2. Those were the days

"We were gonna change the world bro. Hic. It wash gonna be amazing. We were gonna be the besht network with the most fastest nodes and, and everyone would want to be us."

EOS remembers the good old days like they were just a couple of weeks ago.

3. Australia's just glad someone noticed it

It's easy to miss, all tucked away down there.

But Huobi noticed and seems to like it. AUD to crypto pairs come 5 July.

4. This AI can rue mankind's hubris more effectively with each iteration

It can perform ten thousand mega-rues per second, at dystopias of up to fifty mega-hubrises.

It's all good though. The future is still shaping up nicely.

Ripple price analysis: Surf report edition

Ripple's getting some hectic trade volume on the downside, suggesting that it can stay in the tube despite gnarly market conditions.

Disclosure: At the time of writing the author holds ETH, IOTA, ICX, VET, XLM, BTC, NANO

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