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How MIT Joined Ethereum in the Race for the First PoS Blockchain

As reported by Cointelegraph on Jan. 24, the press service of the Massachusetts Technical Institute (MIT) announced the development of a new cryptocurrency based on the proof-of-stake (PoS) protocol. It is expected that the nodes of the new network will be able to verify transactions with a throughput increased by

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Stacks Network Plans to Leverage BTC’s Proof of Work and Burn Bitcoins

Blockchain startup Blockstack has revealed the company is in the midst of developing a new distributed ledger protocol called Stacks, a chain that leverages the hash power from the Bitcoin Core (BTC) network. Not only is the Stacks network secured by over 45 exahash of distributed hashrate, but its

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How Can Blockchain Systems Become Powerful Enough for a Global Audience?

In the history of blockchain to be written in textbooks, 2018 will probably be known as the year of failing at scaling. An outcry for scalable blockchain systems in 2017 led to a number of companies making attempts at solving the problem of scaling and gradually realising that it’s

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Study Finds Certain Proof of Stake Networks Vulnerable to Low Cost Attacks

On Jan. 22, a team of students from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (UIUC) released a unique study concerning the longevity of certain proof of stake (PoS) networks. According to the research, more than 26 PoS blockchains could suffer from vulnerabilities called “Fake Stake” attacks. Also read: Satoshi’s Bitcoin

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PR: Bitcoin Fork Bithereum Launches Coin to Revolutionize Cryptocurrency Mining

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