From a huge payout on the Ethereum network to a friendly battle between two privacy coins, here’s a look at some of the stories breaking in the world of crypto.
A visual demonstration showcasing the speed of the Bitcoin lightning network is up and running. Satoshi’s Place is a collaborative art board that allows anyone to paint a pixel for 1 satoshi.
Here’s a look at the current community work of art.
The popular and controversial Ethereum-based decentralized app Fomo3d just gave a potentially record-breaking payout to one of its players. According to 8BTC, the gambling DApp handed out 10,469 ETH, worth about $2.87 million.
Fomo3d remains the second most popular DApp on the Ethereum network, according to State of the Dapps.
A Stellar-based crypto stablecoin is now backed by the early startup seed accelerator Y Combinator.
AnchorUSD is designed to compete with Tether. The company says it will run routine audits to prove the amount of coins in circulation is exactly equal to the number of dollars in the company’s bank account.
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NEO’s senior R&D manager just gave an in-depth interview with YouTube’s BlockchainBrad. The interview covers the latest NEO news, along with questions and concerns from the community.
The Litecoin Foundation is gearing up to host its first annual Litecoin Summit.
It will happen at the South San Francisco Conference Center on September 14th and 15th, and feature Litecoin creator Charlie Lee, CEO of Lightning Labs Elizabeth Stark, CEO of Abra Bill Barhydt and more.
Monero and PIVX
A big debate on Monero vs. PIVX is wrapping up on Reddit. Users compared and contrasted the components of each coin in a friendly format that gathered more than 150 comments in a matter of hours.