Roundup – 08/05/2019 – Ethereum All-Time High In dApp Transactions, Binance 40 Mln. Hack

Ethereum Reaches All-Time High in dApp Transactions

According to a report by Diar, Ethereum set a new record regarding dApp transactions. The network broke its record from December of last year. In total, users sent over 776,000 ETH via dApp on-chain in April. In the 4 months prior the volume grew successively. However, at the same time the development of new dApps is in a 15-month low. Meaning that users are happy to use existing dApps but companies and developers are starting to lose interest to launch new dApps for now.

Craig Wright BTC Fraud Case Takes A New Twist As US Court Orders For Mining Addresses

Craig Wright is due to make public his Bitcoin addresses dating back to 2011. This order has been issued by the United States District Court in the Florida Southern District. The directive of the US Court is part of an ongoing legal battle where a Dave Kleiman estate is accusing the self-styled Bitcoin enthusiast of stealing 1.1 million Bitcoin Tokens worth $5 billion dollars.

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Details Emerge of Binance Bitcoin Hack: Over $40 Million Lost

Have you heard about the most recent Binance hacking? One of the risks that cryptocurrency exchange platforms have to deal with on a daily basis is hacking attempts. New reports indicated that Binance, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, has lost more than 7,000 bitcoin estimated to be worth well over $40 million.

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Charles Hoskinson Reveals That 50 Blockchain Developers Are Building Cardano Projects

Cardano is an open-source, public blockchain network that is used for building Decentralized applications (DApps). According to its founder, Charles Hoskinson, a team of over 50 engineers is writing codes for the platform to incorporate new ideas and current tech trends to the ecosystem. Hoskinson who is also the CEO of IOHK (Input Output Hong Kong)-an R&D focused platform – adds that the team of developers is focusing on making the Cardano protocol transparent, open, and useful to all users.

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