From a big change at EOS to high profile athletes on the Ethereum network, here’s a look at some of the stories breaking in the world of crypto.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong says Bitcoin is in a correction period that will weed out investors who got in to make a quick buck.
As for government intervention in the crypto space, Armstrong believes crypto regulation will lead to the next version of the stock market.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will hold the team’s first “Digital Bobblehead Night” during the Dodgers vs. Padres game on September 21st. The promotion is the first of its kind in Major League Baseball, and is believed to be the first crypto giveaway in major league sports.
It’s part of a bigger plan to tokenize MLB players and create crypto collectibles that baseball fans can buy, sell and trade on the Ethereum network.
Don’t miss the first-ever Digital Bobblehead Night at Dodger Stadium! On 9/21, the first 40,000 fans will receive a @ClaytonKersh22, @redturn2 or @kenleyjansen74 Crypto token to be downloaded and added to their Ethereum wallet.
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 7, 2018
Ripple and XRP
A panel featuring Ripple’s chief marketing strategist Cory Johnson, economist Paul Krugman and Fundstrat analyst Tom Lee just hit the web.
The round table came together at the recent ChainXchange conference in Vegas to analyze the future of money in a digital world.
A new version of Litecoin has just been released.
Version 0.16.2 includes “new features, various bug fixes and performance improvements, as well as updated translations.”
A majority of EOS block producers have voted to implement a code update from Block.one that now makes EOS accounts 25% cheaper to create.
According to the EOS Alliance, this is “a permanent change and reduces the recommended RAM to create an account from 4 KiB to 3.”
Details on the change and a whole lot more on the EOS platform is in the latest Tri-Weekly Update.