Estcoin is a proposal for a cryptocurrency — or possibly an ICO — that would be accorded some sort of official status in Estonia. The point is nothing to do with crypto, and a lot to do with working around EU rules.
There have been hundreds of blockchain trials across many industries. When the trial is finished, there’s nary a peep. But this time, we have the report.
I sometimes wonder at PR companies trying to declare unsolicited and unarranged “embargoes” when emailing non-fluff journalists.
What is KSI Blockchain, the technology at the heart of Estonia’s heavily-publicised Blockchain™ initiatives? Answer: less than it appears. Firstly, it’s not actually a blockchain.
To write an ICO white paper, you must: 1. State a problem. 2. Assert that ERC-20 tokens on the Ethereum blockchain will solve it. I don’t think there are any other steps.
An explanation of what’s behind Bitcoin Cash versus Bitcoin, what it all means and what you should do now.
What’s been happening with Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain, and how you can help.
Short bits from the past few days.
Protostarr is an aspiring entertainment industry company that was running an ICO. The ICO has been shut down after a call from the SEC. And they’re not the only ones to get a call.
Startup funding is always a tricky one. How about an ICO for struggling instant messaging startup Kik to get money from crypto gamblers without diluting their ownership? Offering a “general purpose cryptocurrency” to take cryptocurrency “mainstream,” that’s only slightly completely centralised.