Bitcoin and cryptocurrency round-up: 29 March 2018

Posted: 29 March 2018 6:06 pm
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What's happening in cryptocurrency?

Read about Bitfinex in Switzerland, traceable Monero transactions, no-code blockchain programming, crypto rewards and the Hashgraph world.



1. Swissfinex in Bitzerland.

Swissfinex is going to Bitzerland – or something like that.

It's not a done deal yet, but there's a lot of enthusiasm all around.

2. Sometimes researchers can always identify specific transfers.

It's not exactly easy, but for a highly regarded security and privacy cryptocurrency like Monero, sometimes is still some times too many.

Vulnerabilities have been found that make it possible to trace Monero transfers.

3. The real code breakers.

8base wants to let any Thomas, Richard or Harriet program their own blockchain.

Specifically, they want to let them do it without them having any programming knowledge.

4. Flash customers with your bits.

Blockchains are the natural habitat of rewards points.

And Momentum aims to be the natural habitat of loyalty rewards blockchains.

5. A new world order – pending regulatory approval.

The whole new world crypto order thing is very much in vogue right now.

Take a walk all the way there with Hashgraph.


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

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