ReserveBlock Foundation (RBX Network), the first Open-Source, Decentralized, and Autonomous NFT Centric Blockchain for Everyone, is releasing the network Masternode information with a presale that will begin on February 22nd at 12pm EST. Both the Masternode information & install documentation will be available via the networks site (reserveblock.io) and Discord community … [Read more...] about ReserveBlock Foundation Announces the RBX Network Masternode Release & Presale for Governance, Consensus, and Block Rewards in conjunction with the Networks Public Testnet.
Cryptocurrency and blockchain applications are quickly expanding across a number of industries, and decentralized networks have already started to dramatically influence real-world products and services. Not only does this technology impact the usability and efficiency of mainstream software products, but also their fundamental business models. Through open-source, fee-less … [Read more...] about [SPONSORED] How Decentralized Networks are Transforming Products We Use Every Day
In July, Dorsey said Square would launch a platform for developers to create “decentralized finance” projects built on bitcoin. At Twitter, Dorsey spearheaded Bluesky – a project aimed at turning the social media company into a decentralized protocol. According to Platformer’s Casey Newton, Twitter’s new CEO, Parag Agarwal, has been among executives most focused on … [Read more...] about Stacks Network’s STX Token Jumps 50% While Bitcoin Struggles Amid Seesawing Fed Rate-Hike Bets
On Nov. 2, award-winning writer and director Quentin Tarantino announced he would auction off seven uncut scenes from Pulp Fiction as nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, built on the Secret Network (SCRT). The digitized assets will include the first uncut scripts of the movie, as well as secrets about the film and its creators.While the NFTs will feature public metadata, acting as a … [Read more...] about ‘Privacy-preserving computing is the future,’ says Secret Network’s Guy Zyskind after Quentin Tarantino NFT drop
When it comes to computer data storage, it can seem like we are running out of numbers. If you are old enough, you may remember when diskette storage was measured in kilobytes in the 1980s. If you are a little younger, you are probably more familiar with the thumb drives denominated in gigabytes or hard drives that hold terabytes today.Humanity’s unfathomable data footprintBut … [Read more...] about The role of decentralized networks in a data-abundant, hyperconnected world