Lisk

Lisk LSK

$1.20
Market Cap $ 151.403 MM (#86)
24h Volume $ 2.942 MM
Chg. 24h: 6.00%
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In about 30 days the Lisk block rewards are being reduced fr...

In about 30 days the Lisk block rewards are being reduced from 2 LSK per block to 1 LSK per block. In other words t… https://t.co/z3ciWH37Mr

a month ago

The Lisk Foundation based in Zug, Switzerland is the non-pro...

The Lisk Foundation based in Zug, Switzerland is the non-profit entity overseeing and managing the #Lisk project.… https://t.co/TT1znKl8Gd

a month ago

We have just published a blog post to introduce #Lisk codec ...

We have just published a blog post to introduce #Lisk codec and the improvements it will bring to the Lisk SDK deve… https://t.co/See3ijMdD0

a month ago

We have just published Peter Nobels’ blog post about the Lis...

We have just published Peter Nobels’ blog post about the Lisk DAO project as part of his participation in the #Lisk… https://t.co/Gp5Aja2qUr

2 months ago

The 11th epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. We developed a ...

The 11th epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. We developed a new concept called Lisk Framework plugins. Our first pl… https://t.co/QH7KoPdath

2 months ago

The #Lisk documentation continues to evolve. The newest add...

The #Lisk documentation continues to evolve. The newest additions are the Lisk protocol documentation and the more… https://t.co/Bd9nkoDmRC

2 months ago

The 10th epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. The HTTP API mo...

The 10th epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. The HTTP API module was simplified and separated from Lisk Framework.… https://t.co/P1QWupXn2d

2 months ago

With help from our community, the What is Lisk webpage was t...

With help from our community, the What is Lisk webpage was translated in Japanese. The page showcases the most rele… https://t.co/FdtBd7yjhP

2 months ago

We have just published the monthly #Lisk Financial Update. ...

We have just published the monthly #Lisk Financial Update. This report discloses Lisk Foundation's total assets a… https://t.co/Scqxh7hRMR

3 months ago

The 9th epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. Lisk Framework n...

The 9th epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. Lisk Framework now supports IPC communication. Amongst others this allo… https://t.co/4RlXtNJEaA

3 months ago

The 8th epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. A new Lisk Eleme...

The 8th epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. A new Lisk Elements library called lisk-tree was implemented which defi… https://t.co/IWDXM76Kav

3 months ago

We have published a blog post introducing the #Lisk Center T...

We have published a blog post introducing the #Lisk Center Tokyo. The post showcases details about the Lisk Center… https://t.co/yAqjn5akIq

3 months ago

Lisk is one of the most actively developed blockchain projec...

Lisk is one of the most actively developed blockchain projects on GitHub again. 🎉 https://t.co/f5iaKxMWHc

4 months ago

The first epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. Lisk Framework...

The first epic of #Lisk SDK 5.0.0 was closed. Lisk Framework was migrated to TypeScript. With that all packages of… https://t.co/JxFa0iP2LZ

4 months ago

We just published the monthly #Lisk Financial Update. This r...

We just published the monthly #Lisk Financial Update. This report discloses the Lisk Foundation's total assets and… https://t.co/wdWHj23Zqc

6 months ago

We have just added a Network page to the #Lisk website. This...

We have just added a Network page to the #Lisk website. This page showcases the Lisk Network attributes. Check it… https://t.co/9n8Gzo475z

6 months ago

Lisk joins @blockrocketlabs as a blockchain infrastructure p...

Lisk joins @blockrocketlabs as a blockchain infrastructure partner in order to accelerate blockchain technology ado… https://t.co/VQHWmrouCZ

6 months ago

Our #Lisk backend developer @nazarhussain just proposed a LI...

Our #Lisk backend developer @nazarhussain just proposed a LIP on the Lisk research forum to follow a consistent ver… https://t.co/CukT2CMmp3

6 months ago

Our official Lisk wallets support LSK & BTC. They are th...

Our official Lisk wallets support LSK & BTC. They are the recommended way to securely #hodl your LSK while utilizin… https://t.co/yhGlANlfIw

6 months ago

Next to our official #Lisk Builders program the Lisk communi...

Next to our official #Lisk Builders program the Lisk community group GDT has launched another program to incentiviz… https://t.co/ZnjYBKRvN0

6 months ago

This Saturday, #Lisk will have a challenge track - "A Lisk i...

This Saturday, #Lisk will have a challenge track - "A Lisk in Chains" at the Birthday Hackathon in Berlin. In order… https://t.co/5kgC1HXJzF

7 months ago

We have just added a comprehensive overview of changes betwe...

We have just added a comprehensive overview of changes between the #Lisk SDK 2.x and our latest Lisk SDK 3.0.2. I… https://t.co/ytBWMwsM8M

7 months ago

Lisk uses PostgreSQL indexes to improve its database perform...

Lisk uses PostgreSQL indexes to improve its database performance. @heroku created a great overview of all types o… https://t.co/AnccDrrtWM

7 months ago

January 14th we have added three new objectives to the Lisk ...

January 14th we have added three new objectives to the Lisk protocol roadmap. Today, all of those new objectives ha… https://t.co/8g2FtFKkkn

7 months ago

Our #Lisk researchers just proposed two LIPs on the Lisk res...

Our #Lisk researchers just proposed two LIPs on the Lisk research forum for our recently introduced roadmap objecti… https://t.co/ZeV5nmUGUO

7 months ago

Our #Lisk researchers just proposed four LIPs on the Lisk re...

Our #Lisk researchers just proposed four LIPs on the Lisk research forum for our recently introduced roadmap object… https://t.co/IyeJDwI61e

7 months ago

Learn more about ...

Learn more about https://t.co/FxiibGA9M4, a Lisk integrated decentralised exchange for all Lisk SDK based blockchai… https://t.co/3ZA7dsqXux

7 months ago

This month's #Lisk Financial Update is here. It discloses th...

This month's #Lisk Financial Update is here. It discloses the Lisk Foundation's total assets and all expenditures o… https://t.co/CwRYx0qrgx

7 months ago

We would like to give a shout-out to @parse_tree for winning...

We would like to give a shout-out to @parse_tree for winning the Lisk Builders program grant of 5000 CHF for Januar… https://t.co/NTet51Ur5m

7 months ago

Apply for this month's Lisk Builders program to receive a on...

Apply for this month's Lisk Builders program to receive a one-time grant up to 5000 CHF. This month's theme is focu… https://t.co/pqBFwnNMLh

8 months ago

Another #Lisk community developer is working on a proof of c...

Another #Lisk community developer is working on a proof of concept blockchain application built with the Lisk SDK.… https://t.co/4sAKHZ0a5o

8 months ago

The community project #Lisk DEX which aims to bring their ow...

The community project #Lisk DEX which aims to bring their own interoperability solution to Lisk publishes an update… https://t.co/W4hFSD777X

8 months ago

We would like to introduce you to ...

We would like to introduce you to https://t.co/Rz03Z4eRoh! The Lisk Dev Forum serves as a knowledge base for asking… https://t.co/igbH5bcjGh

8 months ago

The @LiskCenter Utrecht is organizing a Lisk SDK focused who...

The @LiskCenter Utrecht is organizing a Lisk SDK focused whole-day event called BlockchainJS. If you are from the N… https://t.co/02qq6TsniZ

8 months ago

Today, Lisk is attending the blockchain ecosystem exchange s...

Today, Lisk is attending the blockchain ecosystem exchange sessions between Germany and the Netherlands together wi… https://t.co/yw5hTUorPg

8 months ago

Some users experienced issues running our Lisk Core docker i...

Some users experienced issues running our Lisk Core docker image on Ubuntu. We have investigated the cases and rele… https://t.co/KFToOMtS0s

8 months ago

The Lisk Center Utrecht organizes a full-day blockchain deve...

The Lisk Center Utrecht organizes a full-day blockchain development workshop on Saturday, 21st of March. If you w… https://t.co/w9hGAoK6JL

8 months ago

We have also just tagged #Lisk SDK v2.3.7 which was used to ...

We have also just tagged #Lisk SDK v2.3.7 which was used to build Lisk Core v2.1.4. It fixes the peer-to-peer secur… https://t.co/jHHqAxgrOF

8 months ago

This March, #Lisk is back in #HongKong for @Token2049! @Max...

This March, #Lisk is back in #HongKong for @Token2049! @MaxKordek, Lisk CEO and Co-founder, will be participating… https://t.co/mdLImv93Lu

8 months ago

This March, #Lisk is back in #HongKong for @Token2049 ! @M...

This March, #Lisk is back in #HongKong for @Token2049 ! @MaxKordek, Lisk CEO and Co-founder, will be participatin… https://t.co/hPuZ6ms1yY

8 months ago

Japanese Exchange BitFlyer Lists XRP

Popular Japanese cryptocurrency exchange BitFlyer has announced the listing of Ripple's native token XRP. With a volume of more than $37 million in the last 24 hours, BitFlyer previously only supported Bitcoin and Ethereum trading pairs. According to Japan's Virtual Currency Exchange Association, XRP is the second-most traded cryptocurrency in Japan after Bitcoin. Its not clear if the exchange has rolled out XRP for its global users. But users in Japan can now buy and sell XRP both on its website and mobile app. Back in September, Bitflyer Europe added support for bitcoin cash (BCH), ether classic (ETC), litecoin (LTC), Lisk (LSK) and monacoin (MONA), while BitFlyer U.S. added support for BCH, ETC and LTC. To celebrate the listing of XRP, Bitflyer will give 100,000 yen (~$912) to ten customers who would trade at least a total of 5,000 JPY (~$45). XRP is priced at $0.022, losing 0.57% in the last 24 hours. (VS)

10 months ago

LSK, the utility token used to pay for transaction fees on t...

LSK, the utility token used to pay for transaction fees on the #Lisk blockchain, takes a vital role within our ecos… https://t.co/iPXHm3Qmug

10 months ago

Curious which proof of concept blockchain applications the #...

Curious which proof of concept blockchain applications the #Lisk community is building with the Lisk SDK? Then chec… https://t.co/BKzeYifnt1

10 months ago

Daily Trending News and Market Sentiment: Ether a Commodity, Libra Abandoned

Erratic Bitcoin trading but still within the narrow USD 200 range was the play of Saturday and there seems to be very little to suggest that things will change for the world’s most traded digital asset. In fact, there is barely USD 130 between the high and low of the past 24 hours, and Bitcoin price is now more or less steady at USD 8,345, down by 0.22% from yesterday at 10:30 am London time (CoinDesk). Alts are having mixed fortunes, with about half of the coins in the Top 20 registering modest gains while the other half are slipping, but only slightly. The standout performers are Bitcoin SV (4.72%) and Bitcoin Gold (4.49%), while the standout losers are Lisk (-4.06%) and Monero (-1.5%). Last year, Bitcoin and Ethereum had been determined by regulators in the US to be clearly decentralized and, as such, made them both impossible to be classified as securities. And now, fresh news is coming out from another market regulator that suggests Ethereum could now be classified as a commodity, qualifying it for regulations under the jurisdiction of the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA). US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Heath Tarbert had made these remarks in yesterday’s Yahoo! All Markets Summit in New York. This was made following a request for public comment from the agency in December 2018, to help it better understand the technology and markets for cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin. In particular, Ethereum and its Ether crypto were the focus of this request. Previous court proceedings regarding virtual currency offerings — the vehicle by which Ether was initially created — had brought up this issue of Ether being a commodity, and some courts had found quite unequivocally that virtual currencies at issue were commodities and, therefore, subject to CFTC jurisdiction. But Tarbert’s statement is significant since it specifically names Ether’s characterization and puts it in rather certain terms. The CFTC Chairman said: “A commodity has a very broad definition. We’ve been very clear on Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a commodity under the CEA. We haven’t said anything about Ether... until now. It is my view as Chairman of the CFTC that Ether is a commodity and therefore it will be regulated under the CEA. And my guess is that you will see in the near future Ether-related futures contracts and other derivatives potentially traded.” While his remarks will not be considered as officially binding as a regulatory matter, it will be important to use them as a guideline for how the US regulatory environment is evolving. Speaking of regulatory environment regarding crypto, Libra is getting quite a few final nails being hammered into its seemingly narrow coffin. CBC Canada reports that credit card issuers Visa and Mastercard have now joined the list of big finance names who are pulling out of Facebook‘s cryptocurrency project. While the earlier news of Paypal abandoning Libra could still have been poor news that Facebook would recover from, the lack of debit card partners means that this could be the death blow that puts Libra dead in the water. They announced on Friday their departure and makes it now at least five large money companies stepping away from the Libra spotlight, including Stripe and eBay. It is thought that these companies have now gotten cold feet after Libra had to face down harsh criticism from US regulators over its plans to create a private currency system that would allow users to make cross-border payments. The main issue with US regulators was that they were not satisfied at all that Libra Association, based in Switzerland, would be able to give Facebook or the US enough jurisdictional oversight since Facebook also wouldn’t own Libra. They also raised privacy issues, given that the sullied social networking company would not control a currency, and could not allay concerns on potential money laundering. Publicly, even US President Donald Trump Tweeted that Libra should mean that Facebook should be subject to US banking laws. Bearish sentiment for private crypto, but this should spell out good news for believers in decentralization, as assets and networks like Bitcoin would be impervious to such risks by the likes of Facebook. For now, however, we pay attention to the Bitcoin and crypto markets. Sunday trading beckons now for the rest of Europe and in a few hours, we could have a better clue to how the weekend will pan out before North America takes over and sets the tone for a new week tomorrow. BitcoinNews.com is committed to unbiased news and upholding journalistic codes of ethics. For more information please read our Editorial Policy here. Follow BitcoinNews.com on Twitter: @BitcoinNewsCom Telegram Alerts from BitcoinNews.com: https://t.me/bconews Image Courtesy: Pixabay The post Daily Trending News and Market Sentiment: Ether a Commodity, Libra Abandoned appeared first on BitcoinNews.com.

a year ago

Crypto News From Japan: Sept. 22-29

In this week’s selected cryptocurrency- and blockchain-related news from Cointelegraph Japan, Bitflyer adds the Ether (ETH)/yen pair to its trading platform, the official website Ethereum.org adds a Japanese language version, while Monex CEO Oki Matsumoto says that Facebook opened Pandora’s box with its stablecoin project, Libra. Here is the past week of cryptocurrency and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph Japan. BitFlyer adds Ether/Japanese yen pair to its trading platform On Sept. 25, Cointelegraph Japan reported that the Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange BitFlyer was adding the Ether/yen pair (ETH/JPY) to “BitFlyer Lightning”, a virtual currency trading tool for professionals. That same day, Cointelegraph reported that BitFlyer was adding five new altcoins to its platforms in Europe and the United States. In Europe, the exchange will add Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Litecoin (LTC), Lisk (LSK) and Monacoin (MONA), while U.S. customers will have access to BCH, ETC and LTC. Blockchain consortium aims to build commercial use case in 2020 On Sept. 25, the CBSG Consortium, which is led by U.S.-based blockchain technology company TBCASoft, and Japanese holding company SoftBank, announced plans to build a commercial use case for payment systems using blockchains in early 2020. Softbank’s executive officer Nozaki Daichi said that CBSG’s efforts to build a commercial use case offer a great opportunity to differentiate itself from its competitors. Ethereum.org now supports the Japanese language On Sept. 27, the official website of the Ethereum network added support for the Japanese language. Ethereum.org is now offering its content in five different languages: English, French, Korean, simplified Chinese and Japanese. Support for the Japanese language was made possible because of the joined effort of volunteers, according to Masaharu Uno of Ethereum Japan. Crypto exchange Bitpoint Japan will resume its services on Sept. 30 The cryptocurrency exchange Bitpoint Japan announced that it will resume its cryptocurrency delivery service on Sept. 30. Bitpoint halted all of its services including trading, deposits and withdrawals when it noticed irregular withdrawals from its hot wallet in July, which resulted in a loss of $32 million in crypto assets. Monex CEO Oki Matsumoto shares his view on Libra On Sept. 27, Cointelegraph Japan reported that Oki Matsumoto, the CEO of Japan’s financial services giant Monex Group, said that Facebook’s Libra announcement “opened Pandora’s box.” He further explained that the criticism of what Facebook can do with Libra in developed countries is largely composed of two elements. Firstly, Matsumoto stated that there is widespread distrust of Facebook’s management of personal information, as some are concerned that the privacy of users will be infringed. The second critical element is that Libra could prevent the implementation of monetary policy in developing nations.

a year ago

bitFlyer Europe and USA Announce New Altcoins Available on Buy/Sell Platform

LUXEMBOURG-(BUSINESS WIRE)-Cryptocurrency exchange bitFlyer has announced today it is adding new altcoins to its Buy/Sell platform across Europe and the US. From today, bitFlyer Buy/Sell users in Europe will be able to buy and sell Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Litecoin (LTC), Lisk (LSK) and Monacoin (MONA), securely and directly on the regulated platform,

a year ago

Bitflyer Adds Bitcoin Cash Trading Across Europe and the US

Bitflyer has added a selected number of new cryptocurrencies for its European and American clients to trade. Bitcoin cash (BCH) is among the few digital assets now available to buy and sell on all licensed platforms operated by the Japanese company. Also Read: NASA to Launch Bitcoin to the Moon? Space Agency Seeks Crypto Experience Bitflyer Adds New Cryptos in Europe and US Major Japanese exchange Bitflyer has announced the addition of a few new cryptocurrencies to its buying and selling platform across Europe and the US. The company’s users in Europe are now able to buy and sell bitcoin cash (BCH), ethereum classic (ETC), litecoin (LTC), lisk (LSK) and monacoin (MONA), directly on the regulated platform. Meanwhile, American customers now got access to bitcoin cash (BCH), ethereum classic (ETC), and litecoin (LTC). The new cryptos offer Bitflyer customers an alternative to bitcoin core (BTC) and ethereum (ETH), the two former options on the platform. Andy Bryant, Co-head and COO, Bitflyer Europe, said, “By adding new altcoins, we are expanding Bitflyer’s Buy/Sell offer significantly, giving our customers instant access to some of the largest and most exciting altcoins in the world. Those currencies were previously only available to our Japanese customers, so we’re also consolidating our offer across regions, building a global platform for traders all over the world. By leveraging our experience in Japan, we can offer our European and US customers the same level of speed, simplicity, and transparency as we already do for those trading bitcoin and ethereum”. Licensed on Three Continents Bitflyer Inc. is one of the largest bitcoin exchanges in Japan by trading volume. Since it was launched in 2014, the platform has served more than 2 million users. It was founded by Yuzo Kano, a former Goldman Sachs trader, and counts among its investors major Japanese financial firms such as Mizuho, GMO, SBI, Mitsubishi UFG capital and more. In June 2018 the company temporarily stopped accepting new customers, following a business improvement order from the Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) and resumed accepting new accounts again in July 2019. Bitflyer USA was launched in November 2017 and it located in San Francisco. The service currently operates in 46 states and territories, including New York as it holds the state’s very hard to obtain Bitlicense. The expansion to the American market was soon followed by the creation of Bitflyer Europe, launched in January 2018, with an office is located in Luxembourg. These two fully-owned subsidiaries distinguish the group as being licensed to operate on three different continents. What do you think about Bitflyer adding bitcoin cash buying and selling across Europe and the U.S.? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. Images courtesy of Shutterstock. Verify and track bitcoin cash transactions on our BCH Block Explorer, the best of its kind anywhere in the world. Also, keep up with your holdings, BCH, and other coins, on our market charts at Bitcoin.com Markets, another original and free service from Bitcoin.com. The post Bitflyer Adds Bitcoin Cash Trading Across Europe and the US appeared first on Bitcoin News.

a year ago

BitFlyer Adds 5 Altcoins to Its Trading Platforms in Europe and the US

BitFlyer, a Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange, is adding 5 new altcoins to its platforms in Europe and the United States. Five new altcoins added in Europe, three in US On Sept. 23, cryptocurrency exchange bitFlyer announced that it is adding five new altcoins in Europe: Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Litecoin (LTC), Lisk (LSK) and Monacoin (MONA), which will be available immediately to its European customers, while bitFlyer U.S. customers will have immediate access to three of these coins: BCH, ETC, and LTC. The exchange, which is one of the oldest in the industry, pointed out that these coins were already available to its Japanese customers and said that it will use that experience to facilitate the same service for its customers in Europe and the U.S. Andy Bryant, co-head of bitFlyer Europe said: “By adding new altcoins, we are expanding bitFlyer’s Buy/Sell offer significantly, giving our customers instant access to some of the largest and most exciting altcoins in the world. By leveraging our experience in Japan, we can offer our European and US customers the same level of speed, simplicity and transparency as we already do for those trading Bitcoin and Ethereum.” BitFlyer offers Bitcoin loyalty program and real estate business Cointelegraph reported on Aug. 20, that bitFlyer and technology services company Tpoint Japan joined forces to allow local customers to exchange loyalty program points for Bitcoin (BTC) and earn rewards for paying in crypto. Cointelegraph reported on another deal between a sister company of bitFlyer and Japanese commercial giant Sumitomo Corporation who partnered to launch a blockchain real estate business. Yuzo Kano, managing director of bitFlyer Blockchain, said at the time that the aim of the project was to enable rental parties to complete the entire process from smartphones.

a year ago

bitFlyer Crypto Exchange Adding New Coins to Its European and American Subsidiaries

The BitFlyer exchange platform, one of the oldest crypto exchanges that operates out of Japan, has announced that it will be adding several new cryptocurrencies to its European and American subsidiaries. BitFlyer Europe and BitFlyer USA are adding buy and sell trades for Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Litecoin (LTC), and Lisk (LSK), while Monacoin (MONA) is only being added to bitFlyer Europe. bitFlyer was recently recognized as a ‘Real-10’ exchange by a Bitwise report to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. (JF)

a year ago

640 Crypto Projects Have Failed to Publish a Single Line of Code This Year

GitHub and development activity are one of the indicators for a healthy crypto startup project. Some repositories boast of high activity, especially around key launches. Crypto Startups Lag in New Commits But as much as 32% of all cryptocurrency projects failed to publish a single line of code in 2019. Based on a research of 2,000 startups by the Coincodecap project, 640 were completely inactive. 32% of token projects have not pushed a single line of code in 2019 #cryptocurrency https://t.co/k5Jhfg3DsA — Nelson M. Rosario (@NelsonMRosario) September 23, 2019 This number comes as no surprise, as only a handful of projects take the top spots when it comes to GitHub commits. However, the sign is especially ominous, as former ICO startups sink into obscurity or simply fail. “Crypto landscape is full of lies and empty promises. To make this ecosystem better we need to weed out projects which are not fulfilling their promises made to investors,” commented the Coincodecap project. The analysis of Coincodecap, which links exchange rate success with code commits, reveals that the assets belonging to the inactive projects have a market capitalization of $415 million. The most striking example was the Proton Token project, which has not published new code since 2018. One of the reasons for the weak activity is that creating a new blockchain project can be relatively simple, especially if the token is built over the Ethereum network. Multiple projects have promised to launch their own blockchains in the past, but few moved to creating a new network during the bear market for altcoins. But even actively publishing projects have slowed down their activity. Big coins like Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Monero (XMR) have diminished their pace of commits. Previous champions Komodo (KMD) and Lisk (LSK) also slowed their production. YoBit Trades 62 Inactive Projects Highly inactive projects also show a prevalence on a handful of exchanges that have a reputation of listing relatively obscure projects. YoBit is the leading exchange, hosting 62 tokens or coins with not a line of code written in 2019. The slowdown in production coincided with the loss of runway for most cryptocurrency projects, especially those that raised funds at the peak of the market. With Ethereum (ETH) dropping to $200, multiple projects could not meet their development requirements. In the crypto space, it is nothing new for projects to die down. But for now, most inactive startups continue to see at least some trading. What do you make of these appalling figures? Add your thoughts below! Images via Shutterstock, Twitter @NelsonMRosario The post 640 Crypto Projects Have Failed to Publish a Single Line of Code This Year appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.

a year ago


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