Centrality

Centrality CENNZ

$0.0686
Market Cap $ 80.784 MM (#128)
24h Volume $ 1.969 MM
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Our exciting new partnership with @moonstake and the opportu...

Our exciting new partnership with @moonstake and the opportunities for CENNZ token holders https://t.co/g6hQb9YozC

a month ago

Centrality JP will be hosting a free online #meetup to share...

Centrality JP will be hosting a free online #meetup to share updates on our progress and intentions for the next 12… https://t.co/ByfIm6FuiJ

a month ago

Centrality is a venture studio that has a growing portfolio ...

Centrality is a venture studio that has a growing portfolio of decentralised applications in its ecosystem.… https://t.co/ZTt5y0j4Gr

3 months ago

We're delighted that @DaoDeep has submitted the first propos...

We're delighted that @DaoDeep has submitted the first proposal for the Centrality Grants DAO. Bring it on… https://t.co/ry4AfHhV6J

5 months ago

This is the Centrality team at our weekly (remote) stand up....

This is the Centrality team at our weekly (remote) stand up. Great progress on our tech over the last week - we're… https://t.co/N3Zx483kAk

5 months ago

@sylo shows you how easy it is to make a mini DApp on Sylo u...

@sylo shows you how easy it is to make a mini DApp on Sylo using the Centrality Swag Store as a use case. If you wa… https://t.co/F5rIYmGHiq

5 months ago

@Minima_Global Centrality has developed a protocol called Do...

@Minima_Global Centrality has developed a protocol called Doughnuts. They are ethical cookies that the user control… https://t.co/xcDAGN81NU

6 months ago

We are happy to announce that Centrality is live on CoinGeck...

We are happy to announce that Centrality is live on CoinGecko Beam. Get all the latest #CENNZ updates directly to… https://t.co/yaLP0ep9Zi

7 months ago

The Centrality Swag App opens for business in 30 mins!! Get ...

The Centrality Swag App opens for business in 30 mins!! Get your CPAY ready and make sure you have the latest versi… https://t.co/MSsloSjnfa

8 months ago

Our #centralityfamily already knows this, but looks like oth...

Our #centralityfamily already knows this, but looks like other people are starting to catch on that Centrality is a… https://t.co/wThe710TDj

8 months ago

An incredibly productive week with the Jasmy team here at Ce...

An incredibly productive week with the Jasmy team here at Centrality HQ. See you again soon friends 🇯🇵🇳🇿 https://t.co/jGnjy8zJR1

8 months ago

Now that our rewards programme is over, make sure you’ve wit...

Now that our rewards programme is over, make sure you’ve withdrawn your staked CENNZ to get your share of the 15mil… https://t.co/lILQIhm5NZ

8 months ago

The Centrality merch store is now live on @sylo 😍 Use this ...

The Centrality merch store is now live on @sylo 😍 Use this QR code to load the store onto your Sylo app and check… https://t.co/f8LopYwR2R

8 months ago

Onfinality is going to be an important part of the Centralit...

Onfinality is going to be an important part of the Centrality ecosystem when we start public staking… https://t.co/etvTLlrDpv

8 months ago

In 2 hours CENNZ holders can withdraw their staked CENNZ and...

In 2 hours CENNZ holders can withdraw their staked CENNZ and a share of the 15mil CPAY generated during the reward… https://t.co/2oz9fZVFqa

8 months ago

#centralityfamily. On 26 Jan at 12pm NZDT you can withdraw y...

#centralityfamily. On 26 Jan at 12pm NZDT you can withdraw your CENNZ and reward CPAY from https://t.co/0ajEhyrLdR… https://t.co/sD0iR9JoDC

8 months ago

Do have something you want to ask #Centrality CEO @aaronmcdn...

Do have something you want to ask #Centrality CEO @aaronmcdnz? We will be holding an #AMA on our Centrality Offici… https://t.co/7SpAycTuLF

8 months ago

We're on the countdown to the end of the reward programme. T...

We're on the countdown to the end of the reward programme. There are now 576mil CENNZ staked and 15mil CPAY earned!… https://t.co/ZDfDkrbWSb

8 months ago

Centrality CEO @aaronmcdnz answers questions from the @bigco...

Centrality CEO @aaronmcdnz answers questions from the @bigcoinvietnam community about @centralityai and our next bi… https://t.co/wAdoZd3XEI

8 months ago

Hi all, just a reminder to be careful about scammers! There ...

Hi all, just a reminder to be careful about scammers! There is a fake Centrality page currently pretending to be us… https://t.co/P8gI2NajQ6

9 months ago

Create your own blockchain in a couple of clicks. Check out ...

Create your own blockchain in a couple of clicks. Check out @OnFinality, a Centrality venture https://t.co/0PjDAnbIWG

9 months ago

#centralityfamily the reward programme now has 568mil CENNZ,...

#centralityfamily the reward programme now has 568mil CENNZ, and there have been over 9mil CPAY earned. Only 2 wee… https://t.co/FwZUhAVDfh

9 months ago

Dave Rouse, CEO of Centrality venture @carbonclick met Princ...

Dave Rouse, CEO of Centrality venture @carbonclick met Prince Charles this week to talk about his work as Trustee o… https://t.co/rU89kcJ2xQ

10 months ago

#centralityfamily - we can see that there are still people s...

#centralityfamily - we can see that there are still people staking their #CENNZ. Do you want the Centrality reward… https://t.co/jv3FhLJkDZ

10 months ago

Another successful venture in the Centrality ecosystem, @car...

Another successful venture in the Centrality ecosystem, @carbonclick announces their partnership with @Shopify - n… https://t.co/gAlPXra4LG

a year ago

The official ’day one’ of staking for the Centrality reward ...

The official ’day one’ of staking for the Centrality reward programme starts tomorrow. It's not too late to stake y… https://t.co/u8i0LFhQq3

a year ago

Centrality CTO, Wilfred @CentralityCTO models our latest tsh...

Centrality CTO, Wilfred @CentralityCTO models our latest tshirts. We're hoping to have them available for our commu… https://t.co/bBSOPQkNuO

a year ago

Meeting with Japanese businesses to talk about the Centralit...

Meeting with Japanese businesses to talk about the Centrality ecosystem https://t.co/7OWYQitgH3

a year ago

Centrality CDO @jmaddison and Centrality Japan CEO @dmcd_nz ...

Centrality CDO @jmaddison and Centrality Japan CEO @dmcd_nz building stronger relationships with our good friends a… https://t.co/47Ma2teq2E

a year ago

#centralityfamily the referral/affiliate option for the Cent...

#centralityfamily the referral/affiliate option for the Centrality Reward Programme is live! Go to… https://t.co/1CchbDwVIe

a year ago

Catch us at Singapore Fintech Festival on 11-13 November at ...

Catch us at Singapore Fintech Festival on 11-13 November at booth 5E17 alongside our ecosystem friends Centrality F… https://t.co/FnBrW6RqbL

a year ago

Last week to join the Centrality reward programme before it ...

Last week to join the Centrality reward programme before it officially starts on 28 October. Don't miss out! Go to… https://t.co/alA8LfSx9D

a year ago

Crypto markets turn green as altcoins pump

Low-cap altcoins including Centrality, Siacoin, Chainlink and 0x have all seen major rallies in the last 24 hours. The post Crypto markets turn green as altcoins pump appeared first on Decrypt.

a year ago

In 5 days we will have some exciting news to share with our ...

In 5 days we will have some exciting news to share with our loyal CENNZ holders. The countdown is on - make sure yo… https://t.co/w9L4jI6WJG

a year ago

Don't know what a gas token is? Or the difference between CE...

Don't know what a gas token is? Or the difference between CENNZ and Centrapay? We explain it for you in our blog:… https://t.co/l28EaTrluB

a year ago

Centrality #Bounty Program is in full swing with only 3 boun...

Centrality #Bounty Program is in full swing with only 3 bounties left open! Contribute to #CENNZnet by creating the… https://t.co/8CsfIhdDHV

a year ago

CEO of Centrality Fintech, Dave Corbett, is on an interestin...

CEO of Centrality Fintech, Dave Corbett, is on an interesting podcast discussing "companies, trains and blockchain.… https://t.co/q0PIF98oRw

a year ago

We had some high quality #Blockchain enthusiasts attending t...

We had some high quality #Blockchain enthusiasts attending the Centrality meetup at HUBBA Sachorn in Bangkok with G… https://t.co/YRExUiRmzs

a year ago

BTC & ETH Funding Starts For Australian University Crypto PhD Program

The biggest institutions of higher learning in Western Australia has launched a crypto PhD Scholarship Fund that will accept donations entirely in either Bitcoin or Ethereum. This is a great step towards mainstream adoption. The PhD program is mainly focused on targeting students that have a keen interest in pursuing blockchain tech and other computer science subsets. The Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research Excellence at Curtin University, Professor Garry Allison has said that the new initiative is targeting the newly minted rich in the cryptocurrency sector. “By establishing the Cryptocurrency PhD Scholarship Fund, Curtin will provide the opportunity for entrepreneurs who have realized significant benefits from cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum to give something back to these communities.” Just over ten years ago, the crypto ecosystem was worth nothing but now, after slowly growing and gaining further adoption from institutional investors, it now boasts of a market cap worth nearly $300 billion. In order to allow crypto donors to make “real-time, peer-to-peer payments on both Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains”, Curtin University has teamed up with the blockchain firm, Centrality as well as the payments services company, Nelnet international. As reported by CCN: “The most generous of these donors will even get to choose the field of speciality that the Cryptocurrency PhD Scholarship Fund will sponsor.” So if and when these donations start rolling in, Curtin University won’t be the first institution to see donations from those in the crypto space. Earlier in the year, the co-founder of Ripple Chris Larsen donated around $25 million XRP to California’s San Francisco University CCN continues, saying: “Last year, Ripple gave $50 million to 17 top universities spread across the world last year with a view of boosting the growth and development of blockchain technology. This was under an effort known as the Blockchain Research Initiative (UBI). Ripple’s donation was, however, in U.S. dollars not in cryptocurrency.”

a year ago

Curtin Uni launches cryptocurrency scholarship fund - iTWire

Curtin University has launched a new Cryptocurrency PhD Scholarship Fund, designed by Curtin data scientists, which will enable companies and individuals to donate cryptocurrency to fund PhD students in the areas of blockchain, cybersecurity and data analytics. The crowd-sourced fund uses a Web 3.0 payment system developed by project partners Nelnet International and Centrality to

a year ago

Centrality is delighted to host a MeetUp for inspiring @SheS...

Centrality is delighted to host a MeetUp for inspiring @SheSharp_NZ community to educate #WomenInTech on… https://t.co/O1kSTD76ib

a year ago

The Centrality page is now live on @Binance_Info 💙⚡️ ...

The Centrality page is now live on @Binance_Info 💙⚡️ https://t.co/fsXdLZCwOM

a year ago

@abr_blockchain @AngelHack @IBM @awscloud @GrabSG Team Centr...

@abr_blockchain @AngelHack @IBM @awscloud @GrabSG Team Centrality flys out from NZ tomorrow with some of our top bl… https://t.co/iuiqijE9hG

a year ago

ChainLink (LINK) Popular, Ethereum’s Scalability Could Slow Them Down

Oracles are going to revolutionize both blockchain and crypto and ChainLink is set to dominate the oracles market. They are critical connectors whose centrality in the blockchain evolution cannot be understated. The Prediction markets are, for instance, heavily reliant on smart contracts. The burgeoning industry cannot function without trusted oracles. These links translate and process off chain information and link into fragmented blockchains. ChainLink “provides reliable tamper-proof inputs and outputs for complex smart contracts on any blockchain.” The platform feeds blockchains with real-world events, up to date data and payments through smart contracts and APIs. Google has repeatedly made mentions of Ethereum-based oracle project in its Google development blog. The Internet-related services and products giant has integrated its Big Query platform with ChainLink. This will assist the cloud analytics web service to integrate its information processing prowess with blockchain. Ethereum Scalability Troubles Through ChainLink, Google’s BigQuery can take data off real-world data sets and ensure its integrity through the Ethereum based blockchain platform. Similarly, ChainLink names SWIFT as a partner on its parent company, smartcontract. The banking communications network is 11,000 partners strong and has been experimenting with ChainLink’s Proof-of-Concept system. Some crypto enthusiasts, however, wonder just how any platform built off the Ethereum blockchain could scale for more extensive use cases. Is ChainLink bound to be bogged down by Ethereum’s scalability issues? XRP Neo, for instance, tweets: “I see a lot of mention about ChainLink and some people think this is what will be used by SWIFT for cross border payments.... It is an Ethereum token, meaning it’s not scalable enough. Secondly, in the SWIFT document recently released, they mention cross border payments taking seconds in the future. An Ethereum token takes a lot longer than seconds, a couple of minutes at least.” Most practical, real-world uses of distributed networks such as Ethereum or Bitcoin have been smothered by the scalability shortcoming. There are multiple use cases such as payment networks or AI enabled applications that could disruptions. As an illustration, Ethereum can only handle around 10-15 transactions each second. In contrast, Twitter can handle tens of thousands of API calls in a day. If by 2020, there will 50 billion devices online, blockchains will need to scale easier and faster to support increased use of IoT, machine learning, and AI. Addressing Scalability Nevertheless, the answer to ChainLink’s critics lies in the current developments around blockchain scalability. To combat Ethereum’s inherent bottlenecks while retaining security, many improvements are being considered. Sharding, for instance, will split up the network into independent sub-chains. The Raiden Network idea will tackle the scalability problem processing some transactions off the Ethereum blockchain. The other solution fronted is to turn the Ethereum blockchain algorithm to proof of stake to increase speeds. However, novel innovations such as ThunderCore, which is a ChainLink partner, plan to deal with scalability. The platform that has raised over $50 million is set to build a faster, and cheaper blockchain platform. At its heart is the foundation for an enhanced bitcoin. According to its CEO Chris Wang, ThunderCore has the capability of processing 1,200 each second. It is therefore 100 times faster that Ethereum or Bitcoin. With all, that speed the blockchain will still maintain Bitcoin’s legendary decentralized trust features, yet have a high performance, scalability, and throughput. It will also be compatible with Ethereum for use by the community’s large developer family. The post ChainLink (LINK) Popular, Ethereum’s Scalability Could Slow Them Down appeared first on Ethereum World News.

a year ago

Team Centrality are drinking their own champagne today 🍾 We'...

Team Centrality are drinking their own champagne today 🍾 We're doing an internal hackathon using the tools in the d… https://t.co/MCdjYiZccW

a year ago

Centrality and @plugblockchain are back in Singapore for @An...

Centrality and @plugblockchain are back in Singapore for @AngelHack #Hackathon! We’re calling on you, #developers!… https://t.co/9oct0T2joY

a year ago

🔥 The Centrality Developer Portal is here. 🔥 Go to ...

🔥 The Centrality Developer Portal is here. 🔥 Go to https://t.co/YCITPDTSYO, give us your feedback and start creatin… https://t.co/jYA1Q8edwJ

a year ago

Ethereum co-founder Gavin Wood says Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH] are not decentralized

The cryptocurrency space is known for being many things, the beacon of financial freedom, the innovation hub for the dichotomy of finance and technology, and the developer’s paradise, but due to the polarising natures of camps, toxicity between and within networks is rampant. Gavin Wood, the co-founder and former CTO of Ethereum stated the same. In a recent report by Longhash, Wood lamented that the aforementioned ideals of the cryptocurrency community have not been lived up to, in certain cases. Given the extreme and maximalist nature of various cryptocurrencies and ecosystems, the space, according to Wood, has become increasingly “toxic”. He stated: “It’s very nationalistic, maximalistic, whatever you want to call it. There are tribes, and there are people who can no longer look at the technical aspects, and they just put their flag in the sand and it’s now it’s almost turned into a religion.” During the early days of the Ethereum project, his team was dismissed as a “waste of time and effort”, by the Bitcoin adherents, and now “Ethereum maximalists” are exhibiting the same opposition with other upcoming camps. In light of this, the former Ethereum executive stated: “There are people who are now refusing to accept that there are may be good, solid technical reasons why you may want chains beyond Ethereum” Venturing out of Ethereum and starting Polkadot, a blockchain communicator of sorts, Wood describes his new project as a “NATO for blockchains”. Despite the overarching goal of any decentralized currency project being decentralization, Wood concedes that this principle is a myth. Even the top cryptocurrency, Bitcoin [BTC], in his opinion is controlled by a small group of people. He stated: “Anyone with what they call push access, basically the ability to change the Bitcoin core repository, is in charge of Bitcoin.” The top altcoin and his former project aren’t free from centralization either. Ethereum is under the control of the Ethereum Foundation, holding the Ethereum trademark, and hence the foundation can wield this power against the community during upgrade oppositions, he opined. The sole reason for calling the Ethereum network “decentralized” is because Vitalik Buterin, another co-creator, “isn’t a dictator”. Decentralization, in addition to being mythical in the cryptocurrency space, is overrated, stated Wood. He added: “There’s no such thing as true decentralization without some degree of staleness or inertia.” Interestingly, Wood is not the only ex-CTO of one of the largest “decentralized” networks to hit back at his previous ecosystem questioning the centrality of control and launch his own project. On May 10, Lucien Chen, the ex-CTO of TRON departed from the network launching his own project “Volume Network” and bluntly stating “TRON is no longer decentralized”. The post Ethereum co-founder Gavin Wood says Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH] are not decentralized appeared first on AMBCrypto.

a year ago

This is your chance to learn how to code and build apps usin...

This is your chance to learn how to code and build apps using Centrality SDKs and the Plug blockchain FOR FREE 🤑 https://t.co/pbTmfBcXc8

a year ago

Pyrrhic Victory: Bitcoin SV delisting has stoked a fear within the market; are exchanges kingmakers?

Bitcoin SV [BSV] being ousted by the top cryptocurrency exchange in the world, Binance, was seen as a triumph for the collective industry, a victory over “bullies” trying to press their “false” claim through forceful litigation. Many cryptocurrency proponents lauded Binance and several other exchanges that followed, as fighting back against the BSV camp. In the midst of all this, the very principle that was being upheld was being weaponized, according to many in the space. Within a day, three top exchanges voiced their opposition against one coin, leading to the price dropping by over 20 percent. Some decided to veer away from the trending #DelistBSV campaign and took a step back to look at the larger picture that was painted through this delisting dilemma. The likes of Jimmy Song, the vocal Bitcoin [BTC] developer, and author, as well as Nic Carter, the co-founder of Coin Metrics, said that Binance’s delisting reveals the firm grip that exchanges have on the complete cryptocurrency market. DECENTRALITY: Not just for cryptocurrencies You would expect Jimmy Song, an outspoken critic of the BSV project, who has called the project a “fraud” and Craig S Wright a “scammer,” to be ecstatic with BSV being axed out. However, he stated that to take temporary joy in delisting of a cryptocurrency from an exchange behemoth like Binance was myopic, and in the long-term, this will be “bad.” He added that given this cut-throat response by exchanges, not isolated to Binance, they will be seen as “kingmakers,” when, in reality, they are far from it. Song tweeted: “Unpopular opinion: Delisting coins is satisfying short term, but ultimately bad. It’s giving the perception that exchanges are king-makers or legitimatizers. They are not.” Many in the community have echoed Song’s claim, adding that the centrality of control is not just for networks and virtual currencies, but also for exchanges. If one exchange’s decision can have such a spiraling effect on a coin, what’s stopping them from imposing the same pressure on other cryptocurrencies, asked many skeptics. Nic Carter opined that the susceptibility of Bitcoin SV to exploitation due to its dwindling hashrate should be the main reason behind exchanges delisting the coin, and not merely the actions of its spearheads. He stated that due to the whimsical nature of many exchanges following the top exchanges’ footsteps, it does “evidence how much power exchanges have.” He added that this sentiment is not limited to the BSV camp: “If fraud from the chief promoters is sufficient reason for delisting from Binance... almost everything should be delisted. We’re still in the wild west era of cryptocurrency, like it or not totally unregulated, unaccountable exchanges are the kingmakers. I for one am excited for this to change.” Exchanges have infused into the very core of decentralized currency, but the need for a decentralized exchange is now more than ever, stated many. However, if isolated public sentiments are to be gauged, it would still point to delisting, as pointed by many to be sufficient evidence to a decentralized decision to delist. PRINCIPLED PARALLEL On the other side of the aisle, the delisting defenders can be classified in two categories. The one’s that argue on principle and the ones that argue on the specific anecdote in question. Principled arguments surround the freedom of any exchange to list and delist any coin they would like, based on set parameters. The ethics of free speech were leveled by many as being the fundamental reason for exchanges to not just follow the top-dog but platform or de-platform a project. Additionally, these exchanges are private enterprises, after all, not bound by a legal or constitutional document to adhere to a collective cause, that would be against what the crypto-space stands for. Furthermore, Binance did not act unilaterally or unexpectedly, CZ hinted at the delisting days before the actual announcement. In that time, Binance could have gauged public sentiment, which was tilted heavily towards delisting, prior to pulling the trigger. The delisting was not a step taken out of personal malice on Binance’s or CZ’s part, it was a growing movement that the vast swaths of the community echoed. The anecdotal reasoning behind the Bitcoin SV delisting was down to the performance of the coin. In the words of Eric Lombrozo, the co-CEO and CTO of Ciphrex group, the “mountain of evidence that something is being sold through deliberate forgeries and your potential liabilities outweigh any revenue, it is no longer a good business decision to continue to offer it.” Many latched on to this claim, referring to the coin as a “scam” and if this knowledge is shared by exchanges, there is all the more reason a delisting is the only right thing to do. Peter McCormack, the WhatBitcoinDid podcast host who was hit with a legal notice from the BSV camp stated that “if you see fraud, and do not say fraud, you are a fraud,” referencing the words of Nassim Tale

a year ago


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