When considering any cryptocurrency investment, billionaire investor Mark Cuban looks for utility in each project. That’s why, to him, “tokens trading are the least important part of crypto,” he tweeted on Tuesday. Instead, Cuban sees smart contracts, or collections of code that power decentralized applications, and how they’re used within projects as the most important
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Fidelity Digital Assets — the crypto wing of Fidelity Investments which has $4.2 trillion assets under management–shared their “two sats” on the future of the digital assets space. The key takeaways touched upon miners’ behavior and Bitcoin (BTC) network adoption.  In the annual report released last week, the group shared some insights into the world
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Last week, Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum (ETH)’s co-founder, voiced his disapproval regarding the emergence of cross-chain bridges, citing security vulnerabilities due to their interdependency. In the days that followed, however, developers working on cross-chain technologies largely dismissed his skepticism. In a statement to Cointelegraph, Kadan Stadelmann, chief technology officer of atomic swap blockchain Komodo, responded to
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A paradox lies at the heart of smart contract-enabled blockchain networks.  They are democratic (distributed), tamper-free (immutable) and transparent, but in order to realize anything close to their real potential, they must connect to the physical world. This imperative makes them subject to some of the vulnerabilities that blockchain technology was designed to surmount —
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