Why Tezos is Still One of the Most Advanced Blockchains to Date

A while back, I wrote a piece about Tezos explaining what it was and gave a general overview of its features. This piece was met with lots of praise from the Tezos community and even Kathleen Breitman took notice of it, and tweeted about it.

Has my opinion on Tezos changed? Absolutely not. In fact, Tezos is even more attractive now than it was when I wrote that initial post in early 2018.


Tether Pulls a Sneaky Update

The Reddit effect is a very powerful and well documented one that can bring change and influence thousands of people. Essentially, once anything goes trending on Reddit, in this case crypto related, it’s pretty much game over.

A user on r/cryptocurrency, u/Toyake, recently posted about Tether sneakily updating their website claiming Tether (USDT) is no longer backed by 1 USDT for every 1 USD in cash reserves.


Marco Santori Weighs in on SEC Chairman Clayton’s Response to Coin Center

Recently, a lot of crypto news outlets have put out information regarding the SEC’s stance of Ethereum (ETH), as “no longer being a security“. This was likely due to misconstruing SEC Chairman Clayton’s diction and made many believe ETH was given a clear green light against security status.

Marco Santori, who serves as the President and Chief Legal Officer for Blockchain, had a few things to say about SEC Chairman Clayton’s response to Coin Center.


It’s All Just a Bunch of Smoke and Mirrors

Substratum’s CEO and community never cease to amaze me.

In response to indisputable accusations that Substratum lied about their “hedging” of ICO funds, Substratum’s CEO felt the need to revitalize his community with a sermon.


Justin Tabb “Clears up” Substratum Shortcomings

Substratum always seems to give me something to write about.

Recently, an interview surfaced with Justin Tabb and a contributor to Influencive. Justin tried to explain a number of things that have crutched the Substratum project over the past year. As expected, zero accountability was taken on his part.


Erik Finman thinks “Bitcoin is dead”

So, this is older news, but I thought it was worth bringing up.

On March 8, 2019, Erik Finman posted a video to his twitter account saying “bitcoin is dead” and why he thinks bitcoin is “long term dead”.


Brave Browser Review

After a long awaited time and hearing about Brave Browser from many people, I decided to finally test it out myself.

First thing I have to say about Brave is it’s genius. The economic model is brilliant. Brave rewards users who browse through the Brave Browser in the form of Basic Attention Token (BAT), while at the same time allows for a self-reinforcing economic model that contributes their earned BAT tokens back to content creators and publishers of their choice.


Enjin Announces Full Support of ERC-1155 Tokens Will be Coming to EnjinX

After the crypto community has gone ballistic on news of a confirmed partnership with Enjin and Samsung, EnjinCoin (ENJ) soared over 70%.

The original news on the partnership confirmation broke out from an South Korean media outlet that stated:


Sparkster Investors are Being Collected for a Class Action Lawsuit

Well this is new.

Investors in Sparkster have came together and formed a group seeking to collect others who have invested in Sparkster to begin a class action lawsuit.

Already, over 1000 people have expressed interest and have joined a designated telegram group for the class action lawsuit. A link to the telegram group can be found here.


Changpeng Zhao CEO of Binance Affirms His Stance on XRP Not Being a Security

CZ of Binance has talked favorably about XRP’s security status in the past and given personal insight to his stance of XRP not being a security. In this tweet below, posted on December 12, 2018, CZ explains why he believes XRP being ruled as a security would not only “hurt a lot of US users” but “certainly does not look like a security to me”.