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As if cryptocurrencies weren’t complicated enough for new investors, now Ethereum has a hard fork coming up on January 16.

A fork is essentially an update or change to a cryptocurrency blockchain protocol. There are two main types: a soft fork and a hard fork. Soft forks are backward-compatible, meaning that nodes on a network can still recognize newly coded blocks implemented by the soft fork.

A hard fork, on the other hand, isn’t backward-compatible. Newly created blocks cannot be recognized by the network’s nodes, which means that at times a new network needs to be created to cater to new blocks using an updated protocol. A prime example of a hard fork is the creation of Bitcoin Cash in the wake of the bitcoin hard fork in 2017.

So will Constantinople introduce a new cryptocurrency?

The Constantinople hard fork differs from bitcoin’s in that it is non-contentious, meaning it is being embraced by a majority of the Ethereum community. Bitcoin’s hard fork in 2017 was contentious, meaning there were major disagreements in the cryptocurrency’s community. For instance, many believed bitcoin’s network was no longer sustainable, and therefore a new network was needed, causing the development of Bitcoin Cash.

The Constantinople hard fork is expected to take place on January 16 at a block height of 7,080,000, and most in the community seem prepared for the change. Major exchanges and trading platforms have expressed their support for the fork, and have prepared all the technical requirements needed to adapt to the update. The main goal of Constantinople is to ease the future transition of Ethereum from the Proof-of-Work (PoW) mechanism to Proof-of-Stake (PoS), while cutting costs and increasing efficiency of the network.

Constantinople’s market effect

The arrival of Constantinople has had a positive effect on Ethereum (ETH) value. In mid-December, ETH was trading around $80, an all-time low for the cryptocurrency. With Constantinople’s approach, that value nearly doubled in less than a month, reaching $160 on January 4 and reclaiming the number two spot in value rankings, as shown by CoinMarketCap.

As of this writing, however, its value has dropped to about $118, returning to the third rank in value, as Ripple has reclaimed the number two spot again. The drop isn’t associated with Constantinople but with the drop of the cryptocurrency market as a whole. Ethereum isn’t far behind and will most likely reclaim the number two spot as we get closer to Constantinople.

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Beyond Bitcoin / 5 myths every crypto investor is tired of hearing
« on: January 13, 2019, 04:27:44 pm »
If you have ever told someone you are a crypto investor, they have probably responded with such questions as “Isn’t that what criminals use to buy drugs?” or perhaps “Aren’t cryptocurrencies kind of pointless?” You may have responded by rolling your eyes or simply denied their claims, as these are the usual reactions from people who have yet to understand the actual uses of cryptocurrency.

These are just a few myths associated with cryptocurrencies that crypto investors constantly face. If ever given the chance, feel free to use the following list of proper responses.

Myth 1. Cryptocurrency is only used by scammers and criminals

Out of every myth on this list, this one is by far the most ridiculous. Unfortunately, one of the earliest forms in which cryptocurrencies were displayed to the public was through news reports of its illicit uses on the dark web. Due to a few people using cryptocurrencies to purchase illegal items, it was deemed by many as a currency for criminals.

Consider this — is Gwyneth Paltrow a criminal? What about the Winklevoss twins? No? Well, they are just a few of the law-abiding crypto investors utilizing cryptocurrencies every day.

Cryptocurrency, like any new offering or technology, is a double-edged sword. While cryptocurrencies have provided many positive uses to society, they can also be used negatively — however, that doesn’t necessarily mean this is what they were designed for. Same as if someone uses dollars to purchase illegal goods, that doesn’t mean a dollar itself is illegal.

Myth 2. There are no ‘real-world’ uses

Another common myth that someone even brought up to me today. In response, I described the current situation in Venezuela. The country is suffering from hyperinflation causing its national currency, the bolivar, to drop in value by almost 95%. To purchase a simple meal, Venezuelans literally need to pay with stacks of cash, this is why the cryptocurrencies are being widely adopted throughout the country. Their low fees and instant transactions make them much more useful than Venezuela’s national currency. In this case, their ‘real-world’ use is so real that cryptocurrencies are literally feeding the country plagued by hyperinflation due to the negligence of the government and central banks.

Besides providing an alternative and stable currency to an entire nation, cryptocurrencies can be used to purchase various products and used as an investment tool as well.

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This year so far, there have been almost 1,200 ICOs, up from 875 in 2017.
Even more significantly, in 2016 there were only 29, which shows the meteoric rise in the sheer number of ICOs coming out of the woodwork.

But what makes a successful ICO? Is it only the amount of capital raised, or is it when the promised product is robust, development ongoing and communication frequent? It’s definitely some combination of those factors, but for an ICO to even get to that stage, it must make the goal by the deadline for the project to move forward.

Looking at the numbers, there’s been a rather small percentage of ICOs that reach this milestone of success. In fact, in 2017 only 48% of ICOs were successful. The research compiled by Suicide Ventures also shows the amount of money being raised by ICOs dropping, from $1.3 billion in January to just $290 million by September.

Even with these declines, there have been some extremely successful ICO projects this year. For anyone who is in the middle of planning their own project, studying these successful ICO stories can be very valuable in aiding their own success.

We’re going to put aside the ongoing, multi-staged ICO for EOS, which holds top honors for most successful ICO of all time at over $4 billion raised, and the somewhat sketchy Dragon platform which raised $320 million in February but has lost 98% of that value to date. The token aims to aid high stakes gamblers in moving their money around, but has been the center of controversy, seen a high-profile theft and generally has little to show for all its investment.

With that out of the way, let’s take a look at some of the most successful ICOs 2018 had to offer, and what lessons they hold.

General Discussion / Best crypto events for H1 2019
« on: January 10, 2019, 07:17:57 pm »
2018 was a difficult year for the entirety of the cryptocurrency market, from investors to miners. The market plunge caused businesses to close their doors and many investors to grab back their money. Yet, many experts predict a turnaround for cryptocurrencies in 2019 as well as major advancements in blockchain technologies.

Given the positive outlook, there is a wide variety of cryptocurrency conferences and other crypto-related events scheduled throughout this year. Whether you’re new to cryptocurrencies, or already an industry veteran, anyone with an interest can gain something valuable from the following conferences and events.

Blockchain Connect Conference
(January 11)
Where: San Francisco, United States

The Blockchain Connect Conference is one of the biggest blockchain conferences in North America. This year’s theme, “Academic,” will feature many notable speakers, such as Ethereum creator, Vitalik Buterin, cryptographer David Chaum (who will also be speaking at another event on this list), as well as a variety of other blockchain and crypto professionals across the globe. San Francisco is home to some of the largest tech companies on earth, so we can expect a lot of news on new products as well as updates on the current ones.

North American Bitcoin Conference
(January 16 – 18)
Where: Miami, United States

The North American Bitcoin Conference, held in Miami, Florida each year, is one of the biggest and most informative events for bitcoin, and this year looks to be more valuable than ever. David Chaum, the cryptographer who pretty much paved the way for cryptocurrencies with his release of DigiCash in 1989, is scheduled to speak. It’ll be interesting to see what Chaum has to say about the current state of cryptocurrencies. In addition to Chaum, the conference will also host over 150 other top bitcoin-related speakers.

Crypto Investor Show
(January 18 – 19)
Where: Manchester, United Kingdom

The Crypto Investor Show is targeted heavily towards cryptocurrency investors. It aims to update its participants about how cryptocurrency has evolved, the regulatory progress, and what can be done to facilitate mass crypto adoption.

4,000 attendees are expected, and speakers will include former CCO of Ethereum Stephan Tual, as well as Emergent Technology CTO Sally Eaves, in addition to many others. The event will also have hundreds of cryptocurrency-based exhibits.

Beyond Bitcoin / What can you do to keep your digital assets safe?
« on: January 09, 2019, 07:15:34 pm »
Cryptocurrency thefts are on the rise.

There are now over 1,500 different types of cryptocurrencies, 22 million wallets for storing them, and thousands of exchanges to trade them on. This rise in numbers over a short period since Bitcoin introduction in 2008 turned a multitude of crypto users and traders into millionaires in the process. And although the lucrative investment has increased the pocket size of many, it also brought in those who want to take advantage of it.

Within the first nine months of 2018 alone, cryptocurrency theft has led to the loss of nearly a billion dollars, a 250 percent rise from a previous year. Whether it is through the hacking of exchanges, such as the $500 million Coincheck hack, or the theft of a few dollars from a wallet, cryptocurrency thieves are finding new means of taking your cryptocurrencies. Phishing, brute forcing and phone-porting are just a few of the methods used by crypto thieves to steal your cryptoassets, but there are ways to prevent them.

How hackers can steal your cryptoassets

Phishing has been around for quite some time, and it is no longer only utilized by princes of foreign lands requiring your credit card information. The technique has been expanded for cryptocurrency theft, too. Hackers send emails to various cryptocurrency owners, and when opened, infect computers with malicious malware, at times even holding a victim’s computer hostage until a cryptocurrency ransom is paid. 

Brute forcing
Brute forcing relies on hacking programs, often purchased through the dark web, which use a trial and error approach to gain users’ passwords. If the program doesn’t pick up your password on the fifth try maybe it’ll get it on a try five thousand. All that matters is that once the program achieves what it was built for, you can say goodbye to your cryptocurrencies.

Phone-porting occurs when a hacker uses a victim’s telephone number to take over his/her mobile account. Then hacker accesses the victim’s exchange account by resetting the password with the telephone number and then steals cryptocurrency from the account.

Beyond Bitcoin / How to Choose the Right Advisor for Your ICO Project?
« on: January 08, 2019, 06:38:31 pm »

Given the huge growth in the number of ICOs, up from only 29 in 2016 to 1,187 so far in 2018 (ICOData), there’s also a surge in ‘ICO advisors’ available.

Simply put, an ICO advisor is someone who has experience with a successful ICO in the past, either on the staff or on the board of another firm, or someone who simply worked as an advisor on past successful projects. They are to provide professional consulting and support throughout all the ICO stages, helping to keep the team pointed in the right direction.

ICO planning is effort-intensive, requiring to consider an increasing regulatory framework, along with marketing, PR, and branding to make your offering stand out in the crowd and ensure you’re being listed in all the right places. Choosing the best ICO advisor you can find will help you succeed in each of these key areas, along with building a solid team and financial structure to support you before, during, and after the ICO.

Considering all the market circumstances, truly knowledgeable advisors are in high demand, while there are also many of those who claim to be experts, but really aren’t. Anyone can make a polished-looking website or LinkedIn page, so we’re going to show you how to look beyond that to choose a solid ICO advisor.

Do Your Research

* Instead of taking your advisor’s website or LinkedIn page’s word for it, read as much as you can about the actual ICOs they have been involved with. Verify their involvement by contacting key personnel of those startups. The right advisor will have a verifiable record of success, whether as an advisor or just in the industry.

* Speaking to someone who has worked with them directly is your best bet to really gain an understanding of their skill set and effectiveness.

* It is important to choose an advisor that’s got experience in your chosen field. If you’re working on a startup in the healthcare industry, hiring an ICO advisor that’s mainly worked on fintech startups will not be of much help to you. Someone that knows your industry and the ICO landscape will be of far more value.

Search Internationally

While it’s easier to find someone ‘in your backyard,’ expand your search globally. We work in an ever-globalizing economy, and the best ICO advisor will have international expertise. You should make sure you’re looking all around the world, as one of the biggest benefits of blockchain tech is the borderless nature of it.

Regulations are constantly changing, and finding an advisor with international experience will help you navigate that complex landscape. You can waste lots of time working on a solution that does not comply with new regulations, so make sure your advisor is truly in touch with the latest legislative developments.

Choose an ICO Advisory Group

Limiting yourself to just one expert is not an option in 2019. There are now advisory groups forming of the companies that will help you navigate the process. Advisory groups have more resources to help you and can see more of your potential blind spots than a single advisor.

There are many key factors to the success of your ICO, and while a single advisor may be very adept at helping with your marketing strategy, they may miss a major flaw on the technical side. Conversely, you might find the best ICO advisor on the technical side that will miss opportunities from a marketing and promotional standpoint. Choosing an established ICO advisors group will increase your chances of success.

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Beyond Bitcoin / Cryptocurrency trading pairs — how it works
« on: January 07, 2019, 07:42:08 pm »

Buying and selling cryptocurrency involves trading pairs. To become successful at trading, you have to understand how trading pairs work since they are the starting point of any cryptocurrency trading process.

What is a trading pair?
The term trading pair describes the exchange of one cryptocurrency for another. The starting point for every crypto trading newbie will be to buy base cryptocurrencies, the most popular of which are Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. This step is necessary as you can only buy other cryptocurrencies, or altcoins, with base currency on the exchange. With BTC, ETH, or LTC in your wallet, you can proceed to establish a trading pair of your liking.

How does it work?
The relationship of trading pairs mimics a commensalistic relationship as the rise and decline of one currency does indirectly impact the other. For instance, if Litecoin goes up 10% while Dash stays the same in a trading pair of Litecoin/Dash, then your Litecoin will buy some more Dash than before, depending on their ratio.

To successfully manage trading pairs, you need to closely follow the value of the base coins (Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin) in your domestic fiat currency. Additionally, you have to monitor the changing value of coins that you own, as essentially the main purpose of valuing your coins in base currency is to increase the value and number of the coins you hold. Click here to check our guide on the altcoins that perform well despite the bear market!

Beyond Bitcoin / How to read an exchange order book
« on: January 07, 2019, 07:13:40 pm »

Crypto trading can be done with ease once you master order books that display real-time information from buyers and sellers on cryptocurrency exchanges. An exchange order book might be confusing at first glance, though, but it’s mostly due to the fact that each exchange shows the information in different formats. It is important to spot the commonalities in every exchange book in order to decipher critical data.

Buy-side & sell-side
There are four main areas to note in an exchange order book: bid, ask, amount, and price. These can be found on both sides of the exchange book known as the buy-side (open orders created by buyers) and the sell-side (open orders created by sellers).

The bid
While reading the exchange order book, you’ll see the amount and price columns. They show the essential information about each order, that is, the amount of cryptocurrency that can be traded for a given price. Here, the buy-side will display what the buyer is willing to spend for each order, which is also known as the “bid.”

The ask
The sell-side must also be understood in order to read an exchange book. Here, the sell-side will display the price, or the “ask,” at which a seller is ready to offer their amount of cryptocurrency.

Effectively reading the order book can lead to more knowledgeable trading decisions. Check out more of trading tips and techniques here.

Beyond Bitcoin / What are the types of crypto wallets?
« on: December 25, 2018, 07:49:21 pm »

If you’re a bitcoin trader or are an inspiring crypto-user, it's essential for you to have an online wallet. Crypto wallets enable users to transfer and receive digital funds and monitor their balance. This wallet uses private and public keys to record transactions on blockchain. So what’s a crypto wallet, exactly, and how it operates? Let’s dive in and find out!

Types of crypto wallets
In today’s digital currency market there are five types of crypto wallets: hardware, paper, desktop, mobile, and web.

Hardware wallets use a USB-like device to store users’ private keys. These wallets are considered to be more secure than others. For instance, they give users the luxury of keeping their money offline when they aren’t trading.

In many cases, paper wallets provide a higher level of security as well. As indicated by its name, “paper wallet” records digital transactions by way of print. For instance, users can scan a QR code to begin trading or present documentation of their public and private keys.

Desktop, mobile & online
These types of wallets generally pose a higher risk of hackers stealing your information and crypto funds. For example, mobile wallets use an application to allow users to send and receive crypto. Any mobile app, same as a phone itself, can be easily hacked, and that is the downside of using a mobile wallet.

Desktop wallets are available through downloadable computer software that offers a certain limited space on the computer. They can only be accessed from the original computer that downloaded the application. However, if that computer falls victim to a hack attack, so does the crypto wallet.

Online wallets operate on a cloud-based server that is governed by a third-party, and are subject to a certain insecurity, too. While online wallets are certainly easier to operate due to their accessibility, they also store your private keys online, which makes this type of crypto storage especially vulnerable.

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Beyond Bitcoin / Fiat and crypto: differences explained
« on: December 23, 2018, 10:20:14 am »

In today’s market, there are two types of currency available to use, fiat and crypto. Both have some differences along with some similarities, too.

What do they have in common?
Both fiat money and cryptocurrency can be traded in the financial market and used to purchase goods and services. In addition, they have similar factors that control their value: supply, demand scarcity, work, and economic factors. However, while having these similarities, fiat and crypto are intrinsically different.

How are they different?
Taxation, regulation, and tender status. For instance, fiat currency is recognized as a legal tender under the Coinage Act of 1965. This means this is the medium of exchange and is acceptable for the payment of debt, public charges, taxes and dues. On the other hand, cryptocurrency is not a legal tender yet. However, it’s important to note that several countries and U.S. state of Ohio started offering to pay government taxes in crypto.

Fiat currency is always backed by the government. Cryptocurrency operates on a decentralized blockchain ledger. Fiat money is printed under the guidance, permission and control of the central government, cryptocurrency is mined with the help of all crypto users taking part in its creation through a blockchain network.

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Beyond Bitcoin / How to read trading charts for crypto
« on: December 19, 2018, 05:41:40 pm »

If you’ve looked into trading cryptocurrency, you’ve probably seen lots and lots of charts. While it may not seem so glamorous to look at squiggly lines all day, learning to properly interpret the data displayed by cryptocurrency charts is critical to your success.
Many see charts as simply a way to relay cryptocurrency prices, but there is so much more to it. You need to know what you’re looking at before you can act based on them.
People who have experience in the stock market or forex trading will see lots of similarities in these charts, and many of the techniques and trends are the same. But many who are joining a crypto trading platform these days do not have previous experience in other markets.
For this reason, we thought we would break down some of the basics and some of the key differences when reading trading charts for crypto.

Most importantly, you’re going to want to know exactly what type of chart you are looking at. Each one gives a different type of view and exposes different information and trends.

Line chart

The simplest form of a trading chart is the line chart. This is a simple plot of the price (or market cap) over time. Zooming becomes critical here, because you can often tweak the zoom in or out to support a certain conclusion. Zooming is your friend here because it can help you properly identify trendlines.

Trendlines have to do with the overall slope of a given chart line. While there may be daily or weekly volatility (many peaks and valleys,) the overall trend line shows the longer term direction that a price is heading.

But zooming in and out can change the trendline drastically, and give you a false sense of things. For instance, a week view might show a sharp downward trend, but zooming out to a year might show a steady upward trend. Make sure you using zooming properly when using a line chart, as it’s critical to successfully reading this type of chart.

Learn to visualize trendlines, and make sure that you are always checking those trendlines against current events and news about the market. There might be a long-term upward trend, but a newsworthy event triggers a long-term slide. Neither the chart alone nor the news alone gives you enough information.

Candlestick chart

This type of chart takes things a step further, and instead of simply plotting the price versus the timeline, it looks at the performance over a given set period of time. The most popular is the daily candlestick chart.

Instead of a simple line, each day is given a bar where the thick part of the bar represents the opening and closing price, and the thin lines above and below it represent the daily high/low. This goes for whatever other time periods the candlestick chart uses (hour, minute, week, etc.).

Each segment of the graph is color-coded, green if the price went up on a given day and red if it dropped. For green bars, the top of the bar is the closing price and the bottom is the opening price. For red bars, it’s vice-versa.

While trendlines can still be gleaned from this type of chart, more often a support or resistance line or band is used to predict future behavior. The difficult part of trading successfully is often learning how to predict this support/resistance level.

The support level is a price where you believe it’s low enough that it will cause entry into the marketplace or for people to buy it. There might be a round number that you see as a mental barrier, or some known value correlation. On the resistance side, it’s a high price where you believe the benefit of selling outweighs the benefit of holding.

Drawing a support and resistance line across a candlestick chart can help you predict where things might go next, although doing this successfully is very difficult and not a beginner skill. Even the most successful and experienced traders don’t always get it right.

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Beyond Bitcoin / Top 12 Blockchain Development Companies
« on: December 17, 2018, 06:59:09 pm »

Originally developed to underpin decentralized digital cryptocurrency, blockchain technology has now become one of the most sought-after technologies by almost every major industry. From tracking shipments to analyzing healthcare data, the distributed ledger model opens up a whole new world of possibilities beyond traditional software development. Not surprisingly, major companies like IBM, Alphabet, and Microsoft are now diligently working on developing and implementing the blockchain technology.

We’re going to take a look at the top blockchain development companies on the market. If you’re a business owner trying to solve a problem, it’s likely that blockchain will allow for a more creative and unique solution than other means. Short of hiring your own team, it’s much more effective, efficient, and quicker to hire an expert to develop a solution for you.

There are a multitude of blockchain development companies on the market, from tiny and specialized organizations to some of the biggest software development giants in the world. We’re going to go over the biggest ones, but if these seem like too much for your project, there are always smaller firms like OpenLedger who can take on your project.

While we could just give you the top 10 blockchain development companies, there are so many out there we figured we’d give you a pair of bonus recommendations for a top 12 list.

Established in 1911, IBM is one of the earliest computer system and infosys companies in the world. Based in the state of New York, but with offices around the world, they have over 380k employees in various disciplines, with over 1,500 dedicated to blockchain development. One of the first of the truly large IT companies to embrace blockchain tech, they have a leg up on other competitors with robust use-cases they have already developed, making them one of the best blockchain development companies.

From supply chain to healthcare to transportation to finance, there isn’t an industry they haven’t researched a solution for, and as a client you can benefit from that breadth of experience by having them build a system for your business.

Another large software firm that has recently fully embraced blockchain as a solution, this software development giant has over 180k employees distributed across 100 development offices worldwide. With so many companies already using Infosys technologies all around the world, interoperability is one of their strengths.

They have already developed blockchain solutions for a wide range of industries including health records and pharmaceuticals, supply chain transparency, energy, communications, bonds, international payments, global remittance, P2P payments, and more.

Working primarily on the cloud computing, infrastructure and hardware side of the development chain, Microsoft Azure is based in Seattle and has over 130k employees. Being one of the most influential and prolific software and OS development companies brings a wealth of experience to your project. The Azure platform also allows for open-source computing to let you develop your own solutions.

With an impressive array of solutions and partners, Microsoft Azure is a key part of the blockchain development ecosystem.

Founded in 1977 in Santa Clara, CA, Oracle has over 137k employees and has created an active cloud-based blockchain development team. They have pre-packaged apps for many business segments such as supply chain, cold storage, and warranty tracking. The enterprise-grade applications are ready for integration with your current systems, cutting down on development time.

Like Azure, Oracle is focused on cloud-based solutions. You can browse their blockchain applications, and follow all the latest news on their site.

Starting off in Weinheim, Germany some 46 years ago, SAP quickly became a world leader in workflow process and enterprise resource management (ERP) software solutions. Particularly in the manufacturing segment, the company owned the market before emerging technologies took over. The firm, which employs almost 95k people, started pursuing cloud-based solutions in 2012, and have now added blockchain services to their portfolio.

As a part of their holistic Leonardo intelligent technologies, SAP aims to integrate blockchain-based solutions into a wide range of business solutions.

Dublin-based Accenture, founded in 1989, is an offshoot of Andersen Consulting and employs a staggering 459k people worldwide. With development services on all the most popular blockchain platforms, including Ethereum, Hyperledger, XRP and R3 Corda, they are ahead of many of the other large firms who only work with one or two platforms. This means they have more flexibility by leveraging the different strengths of the varied platforms.

You can learn more about the different use cases they have solved, as well as about future initiatives on their blockchain page.

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Please meet BitShareScan – a BitShares blockchain explorer.

BitShareScan provides you with information about transactions, users, and assets of the BitShares blockchain. The dynamic search options let you conveniently get the data about transactions, accounts, and tokens, monitor the latest activities, and blockchain changes.

Who is this for
This tool is beneficial for traders who use decentralized exchanges built on the BitShares Blockchain, such as OpenLedger DEX.

What is more, other involved members of the BitShares community, such as developers or market analysts are welcome to use BitShareScan for their activities.

BitShareScan features
BitShareScan was designed for handy BitShares data search and lets you find the necessary information just in a few clicks. The following features are available for current users:

* Information about BitShares transactions, users, and assets
* Full history of transactions available for any account
* Last month’s buy/sell history available for any account
* Informative data tables with sorting, auto refreshing, an option to show or hide columns, quick column search, and column filtering
* Convenient mobile version of the explorer website
* Quick search by transactions, assets, and accounts
* Data export

This is just a start
Right now BitShareScan is in version 0.1. The OpenLedger team plans to release the following versions of the tool soon! What is more, we’ve already built a backlog of features soon to be implemented. In the nearest future, we’ll bring the new things to BitShareScan:

* Information and search by blocks
* Detailed information on the blockchain’s Witnesses, Committee, Workers, Proxy, Voting Report, etc
* Russian and Chinese languages support

The BuyBack on September 5 with the following burn of  38 706 OBITS executed. Congrats!



Total amount of OBITS burned on September, 5 2018 was 38,706 OBITS.

bitUSD in total

50% was sent to distribution

50% was used for buyback

Burn of OBITS

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Token payout September 5, 2018 ICOO - 0.52 BTC of ICOO distribution in total

CCEDK/OpenLedger = 40% is 0.21 BTC

0.31 BTC for distribution to rest of ICOO ecosystem (remaining 60% distributed as below)

20% to OBITS: 0.06 BTC Allocated for OBITS distribution

10% to OBITS: 0.03 BTC allocated for marketing

70% Monthly ICOO token drop: 0.22 BTC

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