The FTX Podcast #95 – Michelle Bond CEO of ADAM
Blockchain 101 Ep 77 – Platform project #EOS
Welcome to episode 95 of the FTX Podcast with special guest Michelle Bond and your host Tristan Yver. Michelle is the CEO of ADAM (Association for Digital Asset Markets). Michelle is a lawyer with a background in regulation & policy; formerly employed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission amongst other high profile regulatory jobs. […]
Anndy Lian: Keynote Speech at Blockchain Summit LatAm 2021
EOS is a blockchain development platform, which is highly scalable and able to support large-scale enterprise-level applications etc. Firstly, EOS adopts the DPoS consensus mechanism and other technical methods to handle up to millions of transactions per second. This gives EOS the ability to support thousands of commercial-type Data Acquisition and Processing Program (DAPPs). Ethereum […]
Blockchain 101 Ep 52 The feature of blockchain asset non replicable
Latin America is at the crossroads of a revolution in crypto adoption, says the head of global crypto exchange BigONE Decentralized crypto initiatives and government moves to co-opt crypto show that Latin American is at the crossroads of a revolution in crypto adoption, said Anndy Lian, Chairman of BigONE Exchange, following a successful Blockchain Summit […]
#Blockchain 101 Ep 19 – What are #Bitcoin nodes?
The fourth feature of cryptocurrency is that it is non-replicable. Disseminating information online is through replication. When I send a funny picture to Mr Bull, the internet copies my picture and sends the copied version to him instead of taking away the picture I have. My picture is still in my smartphone. Hence, copyright infringement […]
Blockchain 101 Ep 18 – What is a #Bitcoin address?
Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. Or, node-to-node. In every transaction, the sender sends information to surrounding nodes, which broadcasts to their surrounding nodes, covering the entire network. Every Bitcoin wallet acts as a node. Among them, full nodes store the entire ledger. As of October 2017, the Bitcoin network has around 9300 full […]
Blockchain 101 Ep 17 – Why are #Bitcoin transactions charged by bytes?
Bitcoin address is made up of random alphanumerical characters. There are 26 to 35 characters in an address and they might seem confusing at first glance. For example, my Bitcoin address looks like this: … On the #blockchain, you can view the transaction records of every Bitcoin address. Bitcoin address is your personal Bitcoin account, […]
After El Salvador, which other countries in Latin America are most likely to adopt Bitcoin?
Our banks usually charge a fee based on a percentage of the transaction amount we are sending. For example, 0.5% for inter-bank transactions. 0.1-1% for transactions across different cities, and for transnational transfers, on top of the commission fees, there are additional cable charges too. For cryptocurrencies, transaction fees are based on the size of […]
MicroStrategy junk debt is sought after, and the Fed holds it indirectly?
On June 9, El Salvador successfully approved the proposal to use Bitcoin as legal tender, and the country became the first sovereign country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender. This incident was also listed by AFP as the 14th time in currency history. Major events. According to the requirements of the bill, after Bitcoin becomes […]
Act in uncertainty
In the international market in the past two days, the related actions of MicroStrategy have attracted the attention of the cryptocurrency market and the traditional financial market. This company, which holds more than 90,000 bitcoins and valued at more than 3 billion US dollars, has begun to issue more bonds and buy more bitcoins when […]
(The picture comes from the Internet) The market continues to maintain low-altitude flights. The lingering fears after the crash have left many speculators on the sidelines. It is to wait and see, not to evacuate. The additional issuance of stablecoins should also be to accommodate some of the demand for wait-and-see funds to temporarily avoid […]