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Assassin’s Creed Publisher Making Moves Towards Crypto & Blockchain

Multiple non-financial industries have shown interest, some way or another, in cryptocurrency and blockchain. Despite this, the technologies and currencies are yet to do business with one of the biggest industries of them all, gaming. Whereas you can get dApp games, they aren’t quite the same as the AAA titles you play on your PlayStation or Xbox. Things seem to be changing for the gaming industry and blockchain. As reported by a local French publication, Les Echos, it seems that the gaming behemoth Ubisoft (Assassins Creed, Far Cry etc.), is starting to get involved with the space. The publication details...

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Mortys Are Bribing Their Way To The Top Of The EOS Blockchain

I Have to Admit I am Open to a Good Bribe. The EOS community really stepped up the fun this week as Mortys hit the stage running! On June 6th, 2019 the Mortys Twitter account opened and began an onslaught of Tweets challenging people to Bribe other crypto users with Mortys, a joke token on the EOS blockchain. See this Mortys Tweet by Crystal Rose. How I Heard About Mortys. The first time I heard of Mortys was from Luke Stokes of EOSDAC on Facebook. When he asked if anyone wanted Mortys I said sure and gave him my EOS...

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Exciting Projects Heading To EOS Blockchain

EOS is a blockchain that is quickly developing and is providing high transactions speeds when compared to its competitors and has an embedded voting system. With this, it is a platform that might tempt current decentralised products for building a brand new one from the ground up. Here are some of the projects that look the most promising with a lot of potential for this blockchain. Eva A ride-sharing application based on the blockchain that aims to remove traditional ride-sharing firms that are aggregating the mobility economy. It is a cooperative whose goal is to develop new tech for urban...

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Why Generating Random Numbers On A Blockchain Is Harder Than You Think

To the layperson, randomness may not be as obviously useful as predictability. After all, the human tendency is to create order from chaos. However, in some contexts, randomness is not just desirable, it’s essential. There are plenty of everyday situations where random selection is a factor for success. Examples include medical trials, jury selection, or market research surveys, to name a few. Gambling is another case in point. Whether physical gaming or online, gambling depends on a roll of the dice or a shuffled card deck to introduce the element of randomness. If there is any bias in favor of...

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A Clever Guide For Margin Trading By BTCNEXT And Platinum Q DAO Engineering

What is margin trading? It made countless traders rich and bankrupt. Warren Buffett avoids it like a plague. A tool for those who are very certain in their actions, and for those blinded by arrogance. Yes, that can be both profitable and dangerous. Margin trading means trading with borrowed money. Who lends money to margin traders? Brokers or exchanges, in some cases - other users. It’s not always an option, many exchanges don’t allow margin trading, for some reasons, but we’ll talk about it later. How margin trading works Why would you ever need more money to trade? To make...

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