Native support for bitcoin cash is coming to HTC’s blockchain phone.
Today, HTC announced its partnership with Bitcoin.com to add bitcoin cash support for its Exodus 1 blockchain phone. The new function will come with Bitcoin.com’s preinstalled wallet and be rolled into the Exodus 1 software update. Bitcoin.com will also sell the Exodus 1 and all future versions.
Dr, Macharia Waruingi is the CEO at UBRICA, a company that is aimed at achieving universal health through it’s very able cryptocurrency coin called Ubricoin. The company targets every aspect of sustainable health and avails services as it contributes to the overall development plan.
I am beyond delighted to announce to you that UBRICA will be enrolling people through the Academy and Society of UBRICANS project which is a program that will offer courses on blockchain and cryptocurrency trading
UBRICA is aimed at solving three fundental problems in health which are access, quality and cost of health. The courses that will be provided will help you understand cryptocurrency and how Ubricoin will be used in health production.
The courses are set to begin on this coming 13th of August, and will run for eight weeks.
They will handle everything you need to know about blockchain and trading of cryptocurrencies.
Decentralized finance has quickly and rapidly become a buzzword across many nations. By allowing people to connect to to new decentralized lending, exchange, savings and other decentralized finance platforms, like Ubricoin, blockchain provides an alternative to traditional banking services.
Those comfortable operating in this ecosystem are able to wield their assets with greater fungibility.
Ubricoin (UBN), a health utility coin, has been listed on the CoinMarket Cap, the most authoritative coin listing site, becoming the first Kenyan, possibly African, coin to get listed on the site.
The UBN supply stands at 10 billion.
Ubrica (Ustawi Biomedical Research Innovation and Industrial Centers of Africa), which launched Ubricoin and the supporting Ubrica projects, is looking to build an ecosystem for excellence in life sciences, health, and education.
On Thursday the fintech startup Fluidity will announce plans for the first ethereum-powered mortgages in California and New York, CoinDesk has learned.
Fluidity execs say the offering is slated for this summer, once all the licensing paperwork is finalized.
“We’ll tokenize the house, which will effectively take the collateral that is the equity of the house,” said Fluidity chief architect Todd Lippiatt. “You’re pledging the house and you get an advanced rate back in terms of dollars.”
- ETH price found support near the $164-165 area and bounced back against the US Dollar.
- The price broke the $168 and $169 resistance levels, and is currently gathering momentum.
- There is a breakout pattern forming with resistance at $172 on the hourly chart of ETH/USD (data feed via Kraken).
- The pair is likely to break the $172 resistance and climb towards the $176 and $180 resistance levels.
Ethereum price is gaining bullish momentum versus the US Dollar, following bitcoin price rise. ETH is now placed above $169 and it looks set for more gains towards the $180 level.
Read more https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/05/09/ethereum-eth-price-gaining-momentum-bitcoin-fresh-high/
First, it needs to be said that Musk and Buterin are quite similar in certain regards. Both are very active on Twitter. Both are very smart and love talking about complex concepts that will make your head spin. Both love silly jokes, and they regularly drive their users/customers/shareholders up the wall. In 2017, Buterin (who insists he’s just one of many cogs inside Ethereum but is largely seen as the project’s leader) said he will leave (Ethereum) if its community doesn’t get its act together. Musk angered the SEC to the point that he almost lost his CEO position at Tesla.
read more https://mashable.com/article/elon-musk-vitalik-buterin-ethereum/
At first glance, this week’s move by the investment bank Societe Generale to issue a security token-like bond in which it was both the issuer and the sole investor might seem like a pointless act. Not so much a peer-to-peer transaction; just a peer transaction.
But one element of the announcement suggests this was actually an important step in financial institutions’ sometimes fractious relationship with cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. You see, Societe Generale’s $112 million bond issue used smart contracts built not a private, permissioned blockchain but on the public, permissionless ethereum blockchain.
Read more https://www.coindesk.com/societe-generales-work-with-public-ethereum-is-a-big-deal