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Tron (TRX) Foundation Successfully Acquires…

On 10th August 2018, the Tron (TRX) Foundation announced that it had successfully completed the acquisition of the Blockchain.Org domain name. Justin Sun believes that Blockchain.Org will be a one-stop aggregated data, search engine platform. The announcement further stated that: It will be a platform that offers big data analysis, project evaluation, information search and other services for users in the blockchain field. Justin also encourages others in the industry to participate and build a platform to help the growth of blockchain industry. So why Big Data? By collecting ‘big data’, the Tron project will get a better understanding of…

VeChain X Node binding services…

On 10th August, VeChain made an announcement on their official Twitter handle that X Node binding services would be closing since the team has initiated VET token swap. The team would no longer be accepting the ERC20 tokens that are being sent to the VeChainThor wallet. A request has been made to the users to read the manual before the swap begins. VeChain Foundation’s Tweet | Source: Twitter The manual provided by the VeChain Foundation to the users consists of an overview of what the VeChainThor wallet is, along with all the necessary and important abbreviations that users may not be familiar…

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IBM Blockchain World Wire Launches…

Today, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) announced the launch of IBM Blockchain World Wire in a large selection of markets.  IBM Blockchain World Wire is “a real-time global payments network for regulated financial institutions” from the American multinational information technology company. It has been created with the purpose of optimizing and quickening foreign exchange, cross-border payments, and remittances — which has long been one of blockchain technology’s promises. As of this writing, IBM Blockchain World Wire has officially launched payment services in 72 countries with 47 currencies and 44 banking endpoints. Notably, IBM’s blockchain is reportedly the first such implementation…