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Asus Allows Gamers to Mine Crypto With Their Idle Graphics Cards
Taiwan-based tech giant Asus is now letting gamers use the number crunching power of their graphics cards to earn aRead more.
Ontology Joins Binance Info’s Gold Label Project
Binance Info has launched the Gold Label Project and chosen Ontology to join this initiative. With the Gold Label Project, Binance Info aimsRead more.
The Sharing Economy on the Blockchain: the Next Step for Function X’s Decentralized Web
When we unveiled the Function X blockchain to the world, we applied it first to telephony and messaging. The XPhone,Read more.
Intel Wins Patent for Energy-Efficient Bitcoin Mining
Global tech giant Intel, known for its widely-used computer processors, has won a patent connected to its work in theRead more.
Microsoft Japan Partners With Startup to Increase Domestic Blockchain Uptake
The Japanese arm of computer giant Microsoft has partnered with nascent blockchain startup LayerX to “accelerate” uptake of the technology, Cointelegraph Japan reported Nov. 30.Read more.
Mining Giant Bitmain Launches Crypto Index for Investors
Beijing-based cryptocurrency mining giant Bitmain has launched a new cryptocurrency index as a benchmark for investors.Read more.
TRON Announces $100 Million Blockchain Gaming Fund
Decentralized internet protocol TRON announced its plans to launch a blockchain gaming fund dubbed TRON Arcade in a press release shared with Cointelegraph Nov. 29.Read more.
Amazon Gets Deeper into Blockchain, What Does it Mean For Crypto?
When huge tech or commerce companies get into blockchain it makes the headlines. They don’t come much bigger than retailRead more.
Millions of Funds Transferred From Binance, CZ Confirms Funds Are SAFU
Millions of funds are transferred out of Binance, CZ confirmed that it's according to the plan, which is announced aRead more.
Steemit Lays Off 70% of Its Staff, Citing Crypto Bear Market
Blockchain startup Steemit has laid off close to 70 percent of its staff, citing the prolonged bear market for cryptocurrency.Read more.