Stratis STRAT

$0.9779
Market Cap $ 96.991 MM (#50)
24h Volume $ 1.238 MM
Chg. 24h: -1.06%
Algo. score 3.7/5  (#120)
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The Stratis Blockchain is Practical. Smart contracts enable...

The Stratis Blockchain is Practical. Smart contracts enable digitally-enforced commitments between blockchain part… https://t.co/3uVzNwJ9K9

5 hours ago

Bitcoin Drops Over 4% to $3,500, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Stellar, Tron, & Cardano Fall Harder

After rising above $3,700 yesterday, Bitcoin is yet again down to around $3,500 as it losses over 4 percent. As the top altcoins crash harder between 3 to 7 percent range, total market cap losses $5 billion. Bitcoin Back to around $3,500 After the crash on January 10th, Bitcoin price once went to $3,720. Yesterday, Bitcoin saw 24-hours gains of about 3 percent and reached past $3,750, according to Coinmarketcap. The surge in Bitcoin price presented a good arbitrage opportunity for the traders as on Bitfinex exchange Bitcoin traded above $3,790 while around $3,700 on the majority of other exchanges. However, yesterday’s gains wiped out as suddenly the market takes a hit. Bitcoin has come back on $3,500. The leading cryptocurrency is managing the daily trading volume of $5.1 billion. Source: TradingView The short-term price might not be in favor of Bitcoin, but according to Tyler Winklevoss, Bitcoin will beat the $7 trillion market cap of gold, “Our thesis around Bitcoin’s upside remains unchanged. We believe Bitcoin is better at being gold than gold. If we’re right, then over time the market cap of Bitcoin will surpass the ~$7 trillion market cap of gold.” Meanwhile, according to the latest report by Chainalysis, darknet markets are thriving. The volumes have rather peaked in 2017. However, the activity has been redirected to a new platform after AlphaBay closed in mid-2017. Altcoins Seeing Deeper Red As usually happens altcoins took it even harder as top cryptocurrencies are registering 24-hours losses between 3 to 7 percent. Cardano and IOTA lost more than 7 percent, bearing the highest losses among the top 30 cryptocurrencies. XRP along with Bitcoin SV and Binance Coin sees the loss of just over 3 percent. Source: Coinmarketcap With about 20 percent gains, Holo (HOT) is the top gainer while with about 12 percent loss, Stratis (STRAT) is bearing the highest losses in the past 24-hours. This led the total market cap to shed about $5 billion while the 24-hours trading volume of the entire market is $17.4 billion. Source: Coinmarketcap The post Bitcoin Drops Over 4% to $3,500, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Stellar, Tron, & Cardano Fall Harder appeared first on Coingape.

a day ago

Former Soccer Player Dexter Blackstock is Now the Director of the MediConnect Blockchain Platform

Dexter Blackstock, a former soccer player from England, left the sport in 2017 to focus on being the director of the blockchain powered MediConnect pilot, which claims to be a safety net for patients, prescribers, pharmacies and drug manufacturers. The MediConnect project, which runs on blockchain technology developed by the London-based firm Stratis, launched its crowdfunding campaign on Wednesday, January 16th. The MediConnect platform will enable patients to store their medical records on an immutable, decentralized blockchain and can use the MEDI token to directly pay for prescriptions. (JF)

2 days ago

The Stratis Blockchain is Scalable. The technology behind S...

The Stratis Blockchain is Scalable. The technology behind Stratis Sidechains unlocks the full potential of the blo… https://t.co/L8qSCNGtp6

3 days ago

Will this be the year of proof-of-stake coins?

There has been an increasing number of 51% attacks on proof-of-work (PoW) based cryptocurrency networks. In these types of attacks, a malicious entity is able to gain control of the majority (51% or greater) of a digital currency’s hashrate and can then potentially begin to engage in double spending. This occurs when the attacker spends the same funds on more than one occasion. 51% Attacks On Major Cryptocurrency Networks On January 5th, 2019, the San Francisco-based crypto exchange, Coinbase, detected a “deep chain reorganization” of the Ethereum Classic (ETC) blockchain. The leading US-based digital currency trading platform was forced to halt deposits and withdrawals due to “double spends, totaling 88,500 ETC”, an amount valued at approximately $460,000 at the time of the incident. On January 10th, 2019, a Reddit user named /taipalag posted a warning message claiming that a single entity was in control of over 51% of digital currency Dash’s (DASH) hashrate. The Redditor shared several DASH addresses (as detailed in his post) which appeared to be controlled by one person or a certain group of users. He wrote that these few addresses alone had been controlling well over 53% of the crypto’s hashrate. Notably, Dash and Ethereum Classic are both top 20 cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization. Although the developers of both these popular digital currencies claim they have things under control and will be working towards improving the security of their blockchains, we must take a step back and try to objectively evaluate these incidents. Will This Be The Year Of Proof-of-Stake Coins? While Bitcoin maximalists and many other prominent crypto analysts claim that proof-of-work is the most secure protocol for reaching distributed consensus, it’s possible that more users this year will begin to invest in proof-of-stake (PoS) based digital assets. Proponents of PoS argue that if block validators (called forgers) stake their cryptocurrency holdings, then they will be incentivized to accurately and efficiently verify transactions. That’s because they risk losing their staked amount if they act dishonestly. Those who support proof-of-stake also claim that it offers a greater level of security when compared to PoW. In this article, we shall look at three different PoS-based cryptocurrency platforms that continue to release upgrades and appear to be developing solutions that are in high demand. These include Ark (ARK), Stratis (STRAT), and PIVX. Ark: “All-In-One” Blockchain Solutions Platform Ark (ARK) is an “all-in-one” blockchain solutions platform that aims to “provide users, developers, and startups with innovative” distributed ledger technology (DLT)-enabled software. According to Ark’s official website, its developers plan to “create an entire ecosystem of linked chains and a virtual spiderweb of endless use-cases.” Similar to Lisk, Ark uses the delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) consensus protocol to manage its blockchain network. ARK token holders can vote for 51 delegates (transaction validators) who may be chosen to forge new blocks on the platform’s network. Delegates are compensated for validating transactions, and they can then choose to distribute these rewards to the users that may have voted for them. Proof-of-stake coins such as Ark are preferred by some investors because they can be used to earn a passive income. While most PoS tokens require that users leave their wallets online, Ark holders can earn passive interest on their tokens even when they’re offline. One of the only requirements for receiving rewards for Ark holders is that they must vote for delegates. All Ark token investors that cast their votes will receive payouts on their staked amount. Ark tokens can also be stored on hardware wallets including the Ledger Nano S and users can vote directly from the device, without having to bring their staked tokens online. Stratis (STRAT): Write Smart Contracts Using C# Another PoS-based token project called Stratis (STRAT) also seems to have an active development team, as there have recently been many different updates released for the network. As mentioned on its official website, Stratis is a blockchain-based platform designed specifically for businesses. Stratis’ proprietary software can be used by corporations to develop decentralized applications (dApps). The Stratis platform allows users to deploy their own blockchain-enabled solutions using C#. Certain programs can also be developed using sidechains, in order to reduce transaction processing times. When first launched, Stratis was a PoW-based coin, however, it has now switched over to a PoS consensus protocol. To stake coins on its network, users must have a copy of the Stratis Staking Wallet Client and maintain a connection to the internet. Stratis token holders who stake their holdings earn a payout of 0.5-1% per year. While this payout amount is considerably lower than what’s offered by proof-of-stake coins, the Stratis

4 days ago

The Stratis Blockchain is Private. Encryption allows transa...

The Stratis Blockchain is Private. Encryption allows transactions to remain secure and anonymous throughout the ne… https://t.co/uTxAcNYLYc

4 days ago

Thanks to @GarryPas for publishing the article "Tokenisation...

Thanks to @GarryPas for publishing the article "Tokenisation of assets with Stratis Smart Contracts"… https://t.co/Xu5Gnh16qP

4 days ago

Mediconnect presale has started today utilising the Stratis ...

Mediconnect presale has started today utilising the Stratis ICO platform @Mediconnectuk #blockchain #ico #health… https://t.co/9nEXN7dU4C

5 days ago

The Stratis Blockchain is Decentralized. Every Full Node ex...

The Stratis Blockchain is Decentralized. Every Full Node executes its own block validation based on the consensus… https://t.co/LSNvfswPho

5 days ago

The philosophy at Stratis is to focus on how blockchain can ...

The philosophy at Stratis is to focus on how blockchain can streamline business processes. At the same time, we rea… https://t.co/0C0UXfF8d1

10 days ago

Stratis (STRAT) Now Has Sidechains and Smart Contracts in C#

Stratis (STRAT), a platform focused on blockchain development, recently announced the release of the new Stratis Sidechains and Smart Contracts coded in C#, marking the production release of both sidechains and smart contracts. The launch of the new Cirrus sidechain that supports smart contracts comes along with this announcement, and its CRS tokens will be used for transacting on the Cirrus sidechain and provide gas for running smart contracts. The sidechain utilizes a Proof-of-Authority (PoA) consensus algorithm which requires a federation of members to operate. (JF)

25 days ago

Stratis Smart Contract and Sidechain Release: ...

Stratis Smart Contract and Sidechain Release: https://t.co/1pzuvZH27Q #blockchain #development #dotnet #innovation… https://t.co/C1D9zBAQLK

25 days ago

Our Turing-complete smart contracts in C# will be released a...

Our Turing-complete smart contracts in C# will be released alongside the first Stratis smart-contract-enabled sidec… https://t.co/jShrUgY2iu

a month ago

Stratis ICO platform adds KYC provisions in latest upgrades

CryptoNinjas Stratis, the blockchain application platform built for enterprise announced today some new upgrades implemented into its recently launched ICO Platform. The ICO platform remains available via the Azure Marketplace, leveraging all the advantages that... Stratis ICO platform adds KYC provisions in latest upgrades

a month ago

Cryptocurrency Market Update: Bitcoin Cash Doubles in Three Days

FOMO Moments A rare green Friday for crypto markets; Bitcoin Cash and SV are on a charge, Tron and Iota following. It makes a change to see markets in the green on a Friday. The crypto rally that started on Monday has continued throughout the week and it has ended on a high. Total capitalization is over $130 billion, its highest level for almost three weeks. Bitcoin has made over 25% since its low point of the year last weekend. Today it is up another 4% to just over $4,000. BTC made two bounces off resistance at $4,200 a few hours ago and has pulled back a little. The trend is currently bullish in what many are describing as a ‘Santa rally’. Ethereum is having a rare good day with gains over 8% taking it close to $115. It is still $3 billion behind XRP in terms of market cap however, despite the Ripple token not having made much movement today. The top ten is all green at the time of writing and shooting to the moon for the third day is Bitcoin Cash which has made over 40% in the past 24 hours. In this epic revival BCH has over doubled in value in just three days. On Tuesday it was still below $100 and today it has broken $200. Even Bitcoin SV is having a rare revival with a 35% gain on the day to take it to $125. Tron is still making solid progress with 13% more added today. In the top twenty Dash is leading the pack with a rise of 18% to $90. Cardano and Iota are also performing well during the Asian trading session with gains of 14%. The only altcoin getting a beating in the top forty is Waves dumping 10%. Aside from the two Bitcoin Cash variants, Bitcoin Diamond and Bitcoin Gold are also getting a dose of fomo today with pumps of 25 and 20 percent respectively. Entering the top one hundred with a surge of over 33% is Crypto.com Chain, CRO. Getting bashed is DEX dumping over 30%, Qash, Waves and Stratis are also in pain losing double digits at the time of writing. Total crypto market capitalization is up over 7% on the day as it reaches $133 billion. Daily trade volume has also surged to $28 billion, its highest level for almost 8 months. Since the same time last Friday crypto markets have recovered by 25% however they are still down slightly on the month. FOMO Moments is a section that takes a daily look at the top 20 altcoins during the current trading session and analyses the best-performing ones, looking for trends and possible fundamentals. The post Cryptocurrency Market Update: Bitcoin Cash Doubles in Three Days appeared first on NewsBTC.

a month ago

Crypto Market Update: Stratis (STRAT), Stellar (XLM), Bitcoin Cash, ADA Price Analysis

Key Points The total crypto market cap spiked towards $125.00B before correcting lower. Stratis (STRAT) rallied more than 40% and traded above the $1.30 resistance. Bitcoin cash surged higher and broke the $120 and $128 resistance levels. Stellar (XLM) price traded above the $0.1250 resistance before correcting lower. Cardano (ADA) price rallied and settled above the $0.0350 resistance. Bitcoin cash rallied above the $125-130 resistance and it may continue higher. Stratis (STRAT) surged roughly 40%, and Ethereum, ripple, Stellar (XLM), EOS and Cardano (ADA) remain above key supports. Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis The past two days were super bullish for bitcoin cash as it rallied above the $100 and $120 resistance levels. Today, it gained more than 20% and broke the $130 and $135 resistances. BCH is currently trading near the $140 level and it remains supported on dips. After a minor downside correction, it seems like the price may accelerate above the $140 and $145 resistance levels. On the downside, the key supports are at $132 and $125. Stratis, Stellar (XLM), Bitcoin Cash, ADA Price Analysis Stratis performed really well recently and rallied more than 40%. STRAT broke the $1.15 and $1.25 resistance levels to move into a positive zone. It is currently trading above $1.30 and it may continue to rise towards $1.35 or $1.40. Stellar price gained bullish momentum above the $0.1200 resistance level. XLM traded above the $0.1220 and $0.1250 resistance levels, but it faced a strong resistance near $0.1265. It later corrected below $0.1200 and currently consolidating above the $0.1150 support. Cardano price pumped above the $0.0320 and $0.0350 resistance levels. ADA traded close to the $0.0380 level and later corrected lower. It remains well supported near the $0.0350 and $0.0320 levels. Looking at the total cryptocurrency market cap hourly chart, there was a significant upward move above the $115.00B and $120.00B resistance levels. The market cap touched the $126.70B level and later corrected lower. However, there are many support supports on the downside near $116.00B and a bullish trend line on the same chart. Therefore, it seems like dips remain supported in Bitcoin, Ethereum, litecoin, EOS, stellar, ripple, and other altcoins in the short term. The post Crypto Market Update: Stratis (STRAT), Stellar (XLM), Bitcoin Cash, ADA Price Analysis appeared first on NewsBTC.

a month ago

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Stratis (Strat) becomes highest gainers, set to hit nearest resistance levels

Altcoins have not been left out in garnering massive profits. Yesterday, an Altcoin (MonaCoin) emerged the best performing coin, today, BCH and Strat have taken the baton to lead the market with gains of 41% and 37% respectively. Bitcoin Cash has been one of the biggest benefactors of the ongoing bull run and has since […]

a month ago

Cryptocurrency Markets Rally 15 Percent, Bitcoin Value Increases $500

Cryptocurrency market has experienced a strong rally over the last 2 days, with the overall market capitalization increasing 16 percent since midnight of Dec. 16th. Bitcoin has appreciated roughly $500 since that time, a 14.5 percent increase. Altcoins have also appreciated, led by Bitcoin Cash (BCH, the ABC fork) and Stratis (STRAT), recording an increase of 22.5 percent and 11.5 percent, respectively. The rally may be triggered by Tether’s USD reserves, according to Bloomberg. Besides, analysts also think that the closing of short positions has also sparked the bull run. (RL)

a month ago

BCH Leads the Way as Crypto Markets Brighten Up

One year to the day since reaching its all-time high, BTC did something it hadn’t done in a long time on Dec. 17 - it posted double digit growth. Over the last 72 hours, BTC has risen by over 20 percent, helping to drag the crypto market’s capitalization up by a total of $21 billion. At the head of the charge, however, has been BCH, up more than 40 percent in a day. While too early to call it a recovery, traders are feeling cautiously optimistic. Also read: Offchain Indicators Suggest JP Morgan Is Wrong to Write off Bitcoin Green Shoots and Cautious Optimism Even the most stoic of traders would have to concede that the last few months have been grim. While two green wicks don’t signal a bull market, this week has eased some of the despair, and coaxed no shortage of Twitter traders out of hibernation. Making correct calls becomes a much easier undertaking when digital assets are rising or looking primed to break out across the board. BTC trading volume has picked up noticeably in the last seven days. The sense of relief that’s permeated the cryptosphere since Monday, one year to the day since BTC reached its all-time high of almost $20,000, has been palpable. No one is getting carried away at this stage, however, for to do so would be ridiculous; the top five cryptocurrencies by market cap are still down 25-52 percent each in the last 30 days. This week’s mini-rally, which has included BCH climbing from a low of $80 to $140 per coin, has only reversed recent losses. Crypto Twitter Learns How to Laugh Again Chainlink’s Sergey “meets” Donald Trump As BTC passed $3,900 in trading sessions today, before retreating, and BCH went through the gears, cryptocurrency traders relished the respite from what has at times felt like a year of red candles. Other top gainers on Dec. 19 have included stratis (STRAT), up 50 percent, and chainlink (LINK), up 22 percent, much to the jubilation of bag-holders on /biz/ who remain convinced that memeing the project’s founder into increasingly preposterous photoshops will keep their altcoin pumping. “Actually starting to feel bullish for the first time since we started dumping from $20k,” confessed one imageboard user. “The thing that really sucks about this pump is I decided pretty early on not to bother with it and watch multiple coins I normally hold when not tethered do a 40%,” replied another. “The stress of not fomoing in has been intense ... Now I have to deal with weeks of this shit before we continue down again.” The latter remark perhaps best captures the current mood: traders are happy for the uplift in crypto prices, but aren’t banking on the good times to last. They’ve been burnt too many times this year, and with 12 days to run, 2018 might yet have a sting in its tail. pic.twitter.com/28LwR9srCf — Crypto฿ull (@CryptoBull) December 19, 2018 What are your thoughts on this week’s market action? Do you think the good times will last or is this just another fake out? Let us know in the comments section below. Images courtesy of Shutterstock and Bitcoinity.org. Need to calculate your bitcoin holdings? Check our tools section. The post BCH Leads the Way as Crypto Markets Brighten Up appeared first on Bitcoin News.

a month ago

Stratis Distributed Ledger Technology Release: ...

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a month ago

Bitcoin’s Tech Trends of 2018: What This Year Brought Us (Part 2)

This is the second part of our December cover story. Click here for part 1.Where 2017’s dizzying price highs embedded “hodl” into the public consciousness, 2018 was the year that “buidl" became a trend in the crypto-industry — and Bitcoin was no exception.Anticipated in Bitcoin Magazine’s first cover story of the year, Bitcoin’s technological progress only accelerated in 2018. Improving Bitcoin from around the world, developers and entrepreneurs furthered Segregated Witness adoption, rolled out the Lightning Network, released privacy solutions, realized sidechains and made progress on a Schnorr signature solution — all of which were still around the corner only a year ago.Following up on January’s cover story, 2018’s closing two-parter cover story explores how these five technologies progressed.In part two: privacy, sidechains and Schnorr signatures.Privacy SolutionsTwo of the most promising privacy solutions that were proposed over the past few years — TumbleBit and ZeroLink — were both on the verge of release at the start of this year.The first is TumbleBit, a coin-mixing protocol first proposed in 2016 by an academic research team led by Boston University’s Ethan Heilman. TumbleBit uses a (centralized) mixer to create off-chain payment channels between several participants in a mixing session. Everyone ends up with each others’ coins, breaking the transaction trail for all. Importantly, clever cryptographic tricks ensure that even the tumbler can’t establish a link between the users and their transactions.Excited by this potential, Bitcoin developer Nicolas Dorier and privacy-focused Bitcoin developer Ádám Ficsór (as well as several others) went a long way toward implementing the solution in the two years after it was first proposed. In early 2017, Stratis, the company behind the Stratis platform and token, even hired Ficsór to implement the technology in its Breeze wallet, which also supports bitcoin.However, back in July 2017, Ficsór had come to doubt the real-world potential of TumbleBit. The solution needs a relatively large number of on-chain transactions for each mixing session, potentially making it cumbersome and expensive to use.“I did not and I do not think anyone else ever thought through TumbleBit’s Classic Tumbler’s economics as I did now, in a high Bitcoin fee environment where we are inevitably going towards,” Ficsór wrote in a Medium blog post at the time. “To be completely honest, after I wrote all these down I became pretty disillusioned.”Ficsór and Stratis did complete the project. After years of high anticipation, TumbleBit was finally released in the Breeze Wallet in August of this year. But by then most of the enthusiasm around the project seemed to have waned. Breeze’s TumbleBit stayed off the radar of many, and because of that, usage statistics are presumably low.Instead, much of the effort to realize a more private Bitcoin shifted to the other major privacy solution: ZeroLink. Based on “Chaumian CoinJoin,” first proposed by Bitcoin Core contributor Gregory Maxwell in 2013, ZeroLink is a privacy framework first announced in August 2017 by the same Ádám Ficsór.ZeroLink allows several users to mix their coins in a big transactions that sends coins from all participants in a mixing session to all other participants. It has similar requirements (a central server) and benefits (breaks the trail of transaction) as TumbleBit, but Ficsór believes the trade-offs are preferable, most notably because ZeroLink requires fewer on-chain transactions.To realize ZeroLink, Ficsór set up his own Bitcoin privacy-focused company this year, zkSNACKs, which he first publicly revealed at the Building on Bitcoin conference in Lisbon in July.A rebrand of his initial “Hidden Wallet” project, zkSNACKs’ flagship product is the Wasabi Wallet, a desktop wallet with additional privacy features based on the ZeroLink framework. Besides Chaumian CoinJoin, this, for example, includes compact-client side block filtering: a privacy enhancing solution for light clients that don’t download the entire Bitcoin blockchain.The Wasabi Wallet was officially released on October 31 of this year, on the Bitcoin white paper’s 10th birthday. While still far from mainstream, Wasabi Wallet has already become the go-to privacy option for many of those that care about privacy the most. According to GitHub statistics, the wallet was downloaded thousands of times in the first few months since its release. And, according to the Wasabi Wallet’s website, it has mixed almost two thousand coins already.“Honestly, I've been astonished by the user growth and social media activity. If this keeps up we will finally be able to think about liquidity dependent privacy solutions, for example to allow direct sends through mixing,” Ficsór told Bitcoin Magazine. “Exciting times.”The ZeroLink framework is being adopted as a standard by other wallets as well. The new (and so far relatively unknown) Bob Wallet announced in March that it is developing a

a month ago

Crypto Market Update: Rebound Continues, 20% Gain Since The Weekend

FOMO Moments Crypto markets still on the up; Waves and Bitcoin Cash are flying, Tron and Iota following. Following yesterday’s long-awaited crypto market pump things have continued rising for a second day adding another $7 billion into the digital currency pot. This has taken total market capitalization back over $120 billion again and resulted in a solid 20% gain from the weekend lows. Bitcoin has added another 6% on the day taking it to $3,750 again. The gain marks an increase of 17% since its 2018 low on Saturday. BTC is at the highest level it has been for almost two weeks. There is no need to rejoice just yet however as the longer term trend is still bearish. Even Ethereum has benefited from the bounce with a further 8% on the day taking ETH back over $100 for the first time since December 6. As above Ethereum still has a very long way to go for a recovering to be considered but upward momentum is always welcome. The top ten is still in the green for a second day with Bitcoin Cash making a somewhat miraculous recovery from almost death adding 25% in the past 24 hours to $112. Tron is the only other altcoin in the top ten with a double-figure gain at 12%. EOS has held the fourth spot over Stellar but both have made gains of around 7% at the time of writing. Waves has surged into the top twenty with a pump of 35% at the moment. The signing of a cooperation agreement with Tokenization Standards Association (TSA) seems to be driving momentum for Waves. Iota is also having a very good day gaining 14% and Maker, with a recent listing on Coinbase Pro, is up 18% on the day. The rest are adding 5-8 percent on levels this time yesterday. Aside from Waves, Stratis and Monacoin are also having a bumper day with over 50% added at the moment. The dumping altcoins are ones that have been up and down so often recently it has become hard to keep up, TenX and Factom. Total market capitalization has made it back over $120 billion with a gain of 6% since yesterday. The momentum started a few hours ago and is building on Tuesday’s double digit surge. Trade volume is up at $18 billion and the flow is going in the right direction once again. If it can be sustained this time is the big question and market cap will need to at least double from its current level before any talk of a recovery can begin. FOMO Moments is a section that takes a daily look at the top 20 altcoins during the current trading session and analyses the best-performing ones, looking for trends and possible fundamentals. The post Crypto Market Update: Rebound Continues, 20% Gain Since The Weekend appeared first on NewsBTC.

a month ago

Stratis (STRAT) Unveils Long-Awaited C# Full Node

The team behind Stratis (STRAT), the Blockchain-as-a-Service provider developed for business, recently unveiled their long-awaited C# Full Node to members of the community. The C# Full Node represents the backbone of the Stratis platform and has been under development for nearly two years. The project has previously been running on StratisX nodes, but following the launch of the full Nodes on the MainNet, the Stratis platform can now go live. The Stratis C# Full Node is available on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace and it can be directly deployed to the Azure cloud computing service. (JF)

a month ago

At the main dashboard of our Stratis Core Wallet you see you...

At the main dashboard of our Stratis Core Wallet you see your balance, your history, are able to send and receive… https://t.co/IaIqd8zdla

a month ago

The first image of our Stratis Core Wallet is the welcome sc...

The first image of our Stratis Core Wallet is the welcome screen, a place where you start and can create your walle… https://t.co/eh5mfjsZTx

a month ago

This week we released our production release of the Stratis ...

This week we released our production release of the Stratis Core Wallet. For anyone that hasn't been able to downlo… https://t.co/w8AXII2Wqp

a month ago

The Stratis Core wallet is an online wallet which allows you...

The Stratis Core wallet is an online wallet which allows you to send and receive $STRAT coins. The Stratis blockcha… https://t.co/nwEFK9R6c0

a month ago

Yesterday we announced our new wallet Stratis Core which is ...

Yesterday we announced our new wallet Stratis Core which is available through our website: https://t.co/3So7WPZEUP… https://t.co/ET0voBFlkb

a month ago

Yesterday we announced our Stratis Full Node Production Rele...

Yesterday we announced our Stratis Full Node Production Release. Cold staking is also included as part of this prod… https://t.co/gXQlwLt7De

a month ago

Block mining is a responsibility of the Stratis Full Node. O...

Block mining is a responsibility of the Stratis Full Node. Once a new block has been assembled by the miner, an att… https://t.co/uQnlsUYNyG

a month ago

The Stratis C# Full Node is available on the Azure Marketpla...

The Stratis C# Full Node is available on the Azure Marketplace @Azure. It's a Blockchain Platform in .NET Core that… https://t.co/x1D6mamowA

a month ago

You can read about the Stratis Full Node on our brand new we...

You can read about the Stratis Full Node on our brand new website: https://t.co/wrbxLthW2V The Stratis Full Node… https://t.co/XyEGqmh6E7

a month ago

An up-to-date copy of the complete Stratis blockchain is hel...

An up-to-date copy of the complete Stratis blockchain is held by each Full Node, and they are also capable of suppo… https://t.co/OiijbWoQg0

a month ago

Stratis’ Turing complete Smart Contracts will be deployed to...

Stratis’ Turing complete Smart Contracts will be deployed to sidechains, leaving the Stratis mainchain free of bloa… https://t.co/nnF5vHbPRO

a month ago

The Stratis Sidechains allow for bespoke blockchains pegged ...

The Stratis Sidechains allow for bespoke blockchains pegged to the Stratis mainchain, offering improved security an… https://t.co/vh2Rlljf9p

a month ago

The Stratis Full Node is the engine that powers the Stratis ...

The Stratis Full Node is the engine that powers the Stratis blockchain network. Thanks to community member 'iPabl… https://t.co/95iDjN0rro

2 months ago

Stratis CEO Chris Trew and Lead Developer of the Smart Contr...

Stratis CEO Chris Trew and Lead Developer of the Smart Contracts Team Jordan Andrews talk about Stratis’ Smart Cont… https://t.co/8iM4kxJNvd

2 months ago

Bitcoin vs Ethereum: Differences, Advantages and Disadvantages - Which is Better?

Bitcoin and Ethereum are undoubtedly among the most widely discussed cryptocurrencies, especially after the unparalleled bull run at the end of 2017 launched prices to unseen heights. While they are among the leading and most popular cryptocurrencies, the technology backing each one of them is fairly remote. Let’s have a look at the most important differences between Bitcoin and Ethereum - their technology, mining, charts, and, of course, some alternatives. Bitcoin Put simply, Bitcoin represents a distributed peer-to-peer (P2P) digital currency which can be transferred in an instant and securely between two parties, regardless of their current whereabouts. It’s essentially digital money that you can send to any other Bitcoin user anywhere around the world. Bitcoin was introduced in October 2008 with a whitepaper published by an anonymous person (or group of people) known as Satoshi Nakamoto. The document itself is called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.” Bitcoin is based on blockchain technology. The blockchain represents a public ledger that contains all transactions in a given system which have ever been executed. The ledger itself is stored throughout the entire network and to update one is to update them all. It is this public ledger which contains the history of all past transactions. Bitcoin miners, on the other hand, are there to confirm the transactions to the rest of the network by including them in blocks — hence the importance of bitcoin mining. This is essential to the entire concept of Bitcoin. Once a transaction is broadcasted and included in a mined block, it is added to the blockchain. Once this takes place, it can’t be reversed or altered in any way. It will remain in the public ledger and it will verifiable at any given moment. Ethereum If Bitcoin is intended to serve as a digital currency, Ethereum represents a decentralized platform which runs smart contracts. These are described as applications which run exactly as programmed without any possibility of fraud, censorship, downtime, or third-party interference. When it comes to Bitcoin vs Ethereum, this is one of the fundamental differences. Ethereum is not a currency - it’s a platform. It has its own digital currency called Ether (ETH). Ethereum was launched back in 2015 and it’s by far the largest open-ended decentralized software platform which enables the creation of Distributed Applications (dApps) and Smart Contracts. The idea of Ethereum’s platform was conceived by Vitalik Buterin - a programmer from Toronto, Canada. However, the project in its current shape and form has been co-founded by Vitalik Buterin, Mihai Alisie, Anthony Di Lorio, and Charles Hoskinson. Buterin also announced that Dr. Gavin Wood and Joseph Lubin are also involved. The former released Ethereum’s yellow paper, while the latter went on to found ConsenSys - a company focused on decentralized applications. Bitcoin vs Ethereum Mining When it comes to Bitcoin VS Ethereum, special attention needs to be paid to the way mining works for both. At the core of both Bitcoin and Ethereum is blockchain technology. However, key differences can be observed when it comes to their consensus algorithms. Both Ethereum and Bitcoin have their own distinct consensus algorithms which means that the ways they verify the validity of the information being added to the ledger are different. Bitcoin mining is based on the so-called Proof of Work (PoW) algorithm. Within this concept, the probability of one mining a block is based on the amount of computational work he has done. The mining reward will be given to the very first miner who manages to solve a complex cryptographic puzzle of each block. As per the concept of PoW, each network miner competes with all of the other in using computational power. Ethereum mining, on the other hand, is based on another algorithm called Proof of Stake (PoS). The probability of validating a new block within this consensus algorithm is determined by how large of a stake a certain person holds, or, in other words - how many coins does he have. Within the PoS algorithm, block validators don’t receive a block reward - they instead collect network fees as their reward. In the case of Ethereum, the reward is called gas. With PoS there are no mathematical puzzles to solve and the creator of the new block is chosen in a deterministic way. It’s interesting to note that Ethereum has fairly faster block time - the amount of time necessary to validate a block. Bitcoin’s average block time currently is a little bit more than eight minutes, while Ethereum’s block time is around 25 seconds, according to BitInfoCharts. Bitcoin vs Ethereum Chart Naturally, one of the things that the public is mostly concerned with, especially when it comes to cryptocurrency investing, is pricing. BTC vs ETH has historically been an interesting match to watch, but Bitcoin has definitely managed to outperform Ethereum substantially. First off, it’s important to note t

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2 months ago

Daily Cryptocurrency News - 28th November 2018

Here are the most important cryptocurrency news of 28th November 2018: Switzerland’s ETP Had Great Results So Far Earlier this month, Bitcoin’s first ETP went live under the $HODL ticker on SIX Exchange - Europe’s 4th biggest traditional stock exchange. Only one week after its launch - and the ETF have the biggest turnover on the exchange so far. The fund introduced by Amun covered 5 important cryptocurrencies :Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin. The Amun ETP which closed on November 26th hit an amazing $425,000 daily turnover, beating several commodity products in crude oil, gold or silver. The high number of trading volume is a sign of interested investors and are possible great news for Bitcoin’ VanEck ETF. Even if the ETF was created for the 4th biggest exchange in Europe, the volume here is pretty low. The SPDR Gold Shares ETF have a daily volume of $987 Millions in US, according to etf.com. The ETF started with a value of 15.74 and reached a bottom one of 12.40. The price however started increasing after the bottom was touched and the last trade war for 14.21 - a 12.81% increase.For more details about this ETF, you can check’s Amun Crypto Basket Index ETP. Nasdaq & VanEck Working Together To Create ‘Crypto 2.0’ Futures Contracts VanEck - an investment management firm & the company that still have their Bitcoin ETF in pending from SEC - announced yesterday a partnership with Nasdaq. The news firstly appeared on Coindesk Consensus: Invest conference - where Gabor Gurbacs, VanEck’s director of digital asset strategy, announced a ‘regulated crypto 2.0 futures-type contracts’. “What I’d like to point out is we ran a few extra miles working with the [Commodity Futures Trading Commission] to bring about new standards for custody and surveillance,” Asked a bit more about the futures contracts, Gurbacs declared for CoinDesk that the new ones would be an ”upgrade” of the ones that we have now. More exactly, he plan to use the Nasdaq’s stock market surveillance system called SMARTS and ‘the trusted pricing benchmarks provided by MVIS’.The main reason why he thought this would be necessary is to “inspire confidence with regulators and institutions trying to get involved [in the crypto markets],” SMARTS is a software with hundreds of detection algorithms especially created for people that like to wash trade or spoofing the market. This would allow another type of Bitcoin Futures to be live and to work ‘ in a fair and orderly fashion’. Gurbacs also predicts that 2019 will be an interesting year for cryptocurrencies, claiming that: “We believe that 2018 was the year of regulation and 2019 will be the year of implementation.” Market Recovers Over 10 Billion In Under 24 Hours As it appears, the war for the BCH supremacy is over and so are the ‘deadly’ drops in price. After one week of Black Friday - Bitcoin finally reached a value above $4,000. Right now, the Bitcoin’s price is $4,343 on Binance and $4,379 on Bitfinex. The lowest rate until now was $3,500 on November 25th. It also decreased even more in price on exchanges with less liquidity. The Bitcoin volume for the last 24 hours is an amazing $7.2 Billion while the cryptocurrency total market capitalization have a total of $141 Million. At the moment of writing, all the top 10 cryptocurrencies are ‘green’ - except Bitcoin SV. After reaching an amazing $120 per BSV yesterday, the new cryptocurrency created by Craig Wright lost over $20 and is now trading at $95.56. Stellat Lumens (XLM) also gained 17.48% in price, securing its #5 spot from EOS. Ripple gained a 14% too, and its now half a cent away from $0.4 range. Ethereum gained 16% - more than XRP but not enough to gain the second place. Right now, Ethereum is still behind Ripple (XRP) with a $3.1 Billion difference in market cap between them. Ethereum, currently have a $123.58 price, a 22% increase since its November value. Today’s Top 100 Best Five Performers Verge (XVG) had a great bull run today growing from 153 Satoshi to 196 Satoshi at its peak. In USD - the value increased from $0.005738 to $0.008377. This equals to a 24.85% increase in BTC value as well as a 43.38% increase in USD value. Another privacy coin was the second best performer today - Bitcoin Private (BTCP). BTCP increased with 41.38% in value since 24 hours ago and with 22.46% in BTC value. Surprisingly, the volume today was $270,000 - almost twice the average volume for the last 30 days. This may be a sign that the BTCP being available on Changelly and ChangeHero brought new investors to this privacy focused cryptocurrency. The 3rd best performing one - Tron (TRX). Tron’s increase from $0.0116 to $0.0156 didn’t came as a surprise, as BitTorrent and uTorrent started accepting TRX, BTC and BNB yesterday. In terms of BTC value, TRX grew from 311 Satoshi to a current trading price of 352 Satoshi. This makes Tron have a 31.50% increase in USD and a 13.70% in BTC. Tron’s price also give signs for a possible bull run. Resista

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Daily Berminal Brief: Crypto Market Continues to Stabilize as Ripple Adds to Lead over Ethereum

The overall crypto market has continued to stabilize following the rapid drop earlier in the week that saw the total market cap fall by more than $25 billion to its current level around $183 billion. Over the past 24-hours, the price of Bitcoin has increased by 0.23% to its current value of $5,573 while Ethereum has decreased by 0.26% and trades at $174.47. The top-performing coin over the past 24-hours is Stratis (STRAT), currently up 5.22% and trading at $1.10. Ripple (XRP), which is now the number 2 ranked coin by market cap, is up 4.4% and trading at $0.491. (JF)

2 months ago

PR: Leading eShop MonetaryUnit, See’s Token Value Soar, Supports 42 Cryptocurrencies for Online Shopping

Bitcoin Press Release: Top eCommerce company MonetaryUnit has recorded substantial value rise in its digital $MUE token. The rise has been attributed to the fast adoption of its growing service, which now allows online buyers to use over 40 cryptocurrencies to purchase good with. 8th November 2018, London, UK - 70 Million household items can now be bought worldwide, as acceptance of over forty cryptocurrencies becomes the flagship payment option on MonetaryUnit’s ($MUE) relaunch of the largest UK independent marketplace. Since the summer acquisition of the Flubit.com brand, MonetaryUnit’s $MUE coin has shot up 37% in value, making it one of the leading players in the market today. Importantly for the wider crypto industry, this provides fresh validation for those seeking to make cryptocurrency an everyday payment asset. The company has already seen a surge in demand from communities wishing to have their coins added as payment options. Bertie Stephens, CEO of Flubit.com, spoke today about the important challenges of enabling a coin to be adopted into everyday life. “Being part of the Flubit.com shopping ecosystem can create demand for a coin, increase volume of trading, and consequently help grow a coin’s value and future relevance. Any community can apply, and we consider applications of those coins that we believe meet the same ethos as the MonetaryUnit’s own blockchain and crypto technologies”. The founder of the MonetaryUnit Blockchain project, Byron Barnard emphasised the project’s focus is to create environments that are accessible to all and free from the stigma that the blockchain/crypto space is only for techies. “Online shoppers expect the ease of checkout that card-payments currently gives them; prior to today that just hasn’t been possible at scale with cryptocurrency. On Flubit.com you can now simply choose any item from multiple sellers, select your preferred coin, and pay within a few clicks. Millions of everyday household items can be bought with crypto and zero fuss”. Flubit.com (a marketplace similar to Amazon’s offering), connects thousands of suppliers together, allowing users to purchase different items directly from multiple sellers in one basket. A setback to previous use-cases of cryptocurrency has been a slow adoption-rate from traditional businesses, but as Steph Fiala, Chief Operating Officer of Flubit.com explains, that is no longer a pain-point for sellers. “Sellers won’t know if they’ve received an order paid with a crypto or fiat currency. Where required and prior to an order being sent through to a seller, our technology automatically converts crypto payments into their native-currency. Sellers can now access a $15bn/day industry risk-free, an advantage they cannot get via other marketplaces”. The coins available at the launch of Flubit.com crypto offering are: BitCoin, BitCoin Cash, Dash, DogeCoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Komodo, LiteCoin, Ripple XRP, XMR Monero, Beancash, BlackCoin, Bitcoin gold, CloakCoin, Crown, Decred, DigiByte, Game credits, Groestlcoin, Lisk, MaidSafeCoin, NavCoin, Neo, Namecoin, Nxt, Peercoin, Pura, Qtum, SmartCash, Stratis, Syscoin, TokenPay, Tron, Ubiq, Vertcoin, Waves, NEM, Verge, ZCoin, Zcash and Horizen Media Contact Contact Name: Ashley Hill Email: Ashley.hill@flubit.com To find out more, visit - https://www.MonetaryUnit.org/ Visit Flubit - http://www.flubit.com To download the wallet - https://github.com/muecoin/MUE/releases Get the wallet for Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.muepay.wallet Follow MonetaryUnit on Twitter - https://twitter.com/monetaryunit Official Discord Channel - http://discord.gg/5PD3X7G Monetary Unit is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest. Follow BitcoinNews.com on Twitter: @bitcoinnewscom Telegram Alerts from BitcoinNews.com: https://t.me/bconews Want to advertise or get published on BitcoinNews.com? - View our Media Kit PDF here. Image Courtesy: The post PR: Leading eShop MonetaryUnit, See’s Token Value Soar, Supports 42 Cryptocurrencies for Online Shopping appeared first on BitcoinNews.com.

2 months ago

Over $28 Billion Dumped in Crypto Market’s Largest Crash of The Year

FOMO Moments Crypto markets have been smashed; all currencies are in a world of pain. A massive dump has shaved almost $25 billion dollars, or over 11%, off cryptocurrency markets in one day alone. This represents one of the largest crashes of the year and maintains the notion that Bitcoin and its brethren will fall time and time again before things ever pick up. Bitcoin has fallen to its lowest level this year as over $700 was dumped in one big swoop around 12 hours ago. Smashing through $6,000 it fell to a yearly low of $5,545 before recovering to $5,650 dispelling all predictions that $6k was the bottom. Ethereum has also been smashed, dropping 13% to $178 and losing second place to XRP. The top ten is in a world of pain with almost every altcoin losing double figures compared to yesterday. Bitcoin Cash has been the biggest loser with a dump of over 18% taking it to $427. All of the rest are down between 11 and 13 percent, with the exception of XRP which has “only” lost 9.5% to $0.46, gifting it Ethereum’s second place by market cap. Equally massive losses have rocked the top twenty with Iota, Ethereum Classic and Zcash taking the biggest hits with over 15% dives. There have been no survivors and all cryptocurrencies in this group have lost double digits on the day. There is only one obscure altcoin pumping on fomo right now and that is Nasdacoin which has surged 300% in the past 24 hours. There is nothing on its website to set NSD apart from any other altcoin but according to Coinmarketcap it has gone to the moon today. Only the stablecoins are in the green at the moment, some even making it over their dollar pegs. Smaller cap altcoins such as IOST, Stratis, HyperCash and Ravencoin have suffered the biggest losses, which is over 20%. Total market capitalization has been smashed, dropping 11.5% in a single day down to a new yearly low of $181 billion and a record $28 billion loss. Markets have since pulled back to $185 billion which matches the last 2018 dip on September 12. As it stands cryptocurrency markets have lost 78% since January. FOMO Moments is a section that takes a daily look at the top 20 altcoins during the current trading session and analyses the best performing ones, looking for trends and possible fundamentals. The post Over $28 Billion Dumped in Crypto Market’s Largest Crash of The Year appeared first on NewsBTC.

2 months ago

Have All ICOs Sold Out? A Look At The Altcoin Survivors

The initial coin offering frenzy took over a young and inexperienced crypto market in 2017. People were putting in a large amount of money in projects that had no legal, banking or regulatory approvals. Releasing a mere whitepaper and a website could ensure entrepreneurs easy access to capital. But whether they would release their product - or not - remained a different mystery altogether. Big Bucks for Blockchain Startups Since the ICO boom, Forbes reported, over 800 blockchain projects have raised around $20 billion via the sale of their bitcoin-like own tokens. But how much of this money has survived or have been put to use has little-to-no evidence. MobileGo, for instance, raised a whopping $53 million in tokenized crowdfunding to build a video betting and e-sport platform. The project has reportedly removed the cryptocurrency aspects from its nucleus altogether. And the project founders, Sergey and Maxim Sholom, have not conducted any independent audit yet to show where the $53 million has gone. Losses incurred from the projects like MobileGo somewhat equal many small ICO projects that have abandoned their development plans. According to Deadcoins, a website that indexes non-functional coins, there are over 1,000 ICOs that have already bitten the dust. Though not all the projects were failures. Many among the listed projects, including Enigma and CoinDash, reported hacks, while others like Onecoin or Paycoin were outright scams. But, there are still a few ICOs that have survived the day and are developing their blockchain projects actively. Moreover, the return on investments out of these projects have outperformed expectations, validating that not all is bad in the world of cryptos and ICOs. The NXT project came before the ICO boom. Launched in 2013 by an anonymous developer, the blockchain project held the sale of its NXT tokens in September 2013 to develop a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism. It managed to raise about $16,800 worth of Bitcoin at a per NXT value of $0.0000168. The NXT/USD rate at the time of this writing is $0.064521, according to CoinMarketCap.com. That marks a 383953.58 percent return off each NXT token. NXT also stuck to its path to developing a blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) platform, eventually building an active community of developers. In light to the recent developments in the public ledger space, NXT has the potential to deliver, which can be confirmed by its sustainability in the market. The project that kick-started the ICO frenzy in the first place, Ethereum started a new wave of decentralized applications and smart contract developments on the top its open-source distributed ledger platform. The project had its ICO round in mid-2o14, in which it raised $16 millions after selling 11.9 million Ether tokens at a price of $0.311 per unit. At press time, the same token costs around $200. That is 64,209 percent more than the initial value. Many other ICO projects that survived the FUD with active development and impeccable accountability include NEO, a digital asset ownership platform originally known as Antshares, Spectrecoin, a privacy-centric digital currency network, and Stratis, an enterprise-grade BaaS platform. Ark, Stroj, Lisk, EOS, and the list continues. The key takeaway is that the projects that vastly focus on offering BaaS, privacy, and decentralization fared better. The ICO industry, as a whole, is surviving with the survival of good projects. Image from Shutterstock The post Have All ICOs Sold Out? A Look At The Altcoin Survivors appeared first on NewsBTC.

3 months ago

Crypto Markets Move Again With a 6 Billion Dollar Dump

FOMO Moments The bears have awoken; Altcoins are dumping, only Maker, Nxt and Waltonchain survive. We have been waiting for some movement on crypto markets and it has finally arrived. Unfortunately in the wrong direction, however, and another dump has seen $6 billion shaved off cryptocurrencies as they plummet back towards $200 billion total capitalization. Bitcoin finally broke down and could not hold its support level resulting in a $150, or 2.4%, dive down to $6,340. The longer term consolidating channel is still intact providing BTC stays above $6,000 which seems likely at the moment. Ethereum followed suit and has lost 3.8% on the day dropping to $197. Altcoins, like the digital lemmings that they are, all jumped off the cliff in hot pursuit and the boards are red this morning in Asia. Taking the biggest hit has been Litecoin shedding 6% to fall below $50 for the first time since September 2017. Bitcoin Cash, EOS and Cardano have all lost between 4-5 percent at the moment and the rest are not far behind. The further down the chart we look, the greater the losses. In the top twenty Tron, Iota, Neo, Ethereum Classic, and Zcash have all dropped over 5% on the day. There is only one altcoin in the top fifty surviving the rout at the moment and that is Maker, posting a gain of 2.3% to trade at $628. There are no major pumps occurring but a couple of altcoins are surviving in the top one hundred at the moment. Nxt, Waltonchain and DigixDAO are all up 3-4 percent at the moment as their brethren suffers. The biggest losers over the past 24 hours are Revain, Komodo, Dentacoin, and Stratis dumping 9-11 percent overnight. Total crypto market capitalization has lost almost 3%, or $6 billion, since yesterday and is currently at $203 billion. Those that wanted the volatility back have got it, the bears are roaring again in crypto land. Altcoins have taken most of the brunt of the purge and Bitcoin dominance has crept back over 54%. The three month chart still looks flatter than a squished pumpkin. FOMO Moments is a section that takes a daily look at the top 20 altcoins during the current trading session and analyses the best performing ones, looking for trends and possible fundamentals. The post Crypto Markets Move Again With a 6 Billion Dollar Dump appeared first on NewsBTC.

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