Eric Eissler

EOS Net Froze after Launch, Back Online, Problems to Come

EOS launched mainnet this past week and after 48 hours, it froze. It is back online, but this is not the first setback for the company
EOS Net Froze after Launch, Back Online, Problems to Come

Even with $4 bln in capital raised in the largest ever ICO, EOS suffered from a glitch that took down its new Mainnet, the decentralized system that runs its Blockchain and froze all transactions.

Hard days for crypto

It’s hard not to be critical of EOS, since it has been so well funded and vying for dominance in the smart contracts industry, with a goal to unseat Ethereum as the world’s largest smart contract-based Blockchain. The tweets on Twitter have been unrelenting, chastising the company for the freeze and poking fun at the crypto market as a whole. One user wrote, “WHEN PEOPLE ASK ME HOW MY #CRYPTO INVESTMENTS ARE GOING I JUST TELL THEM I’VE BEEN HACKED. I CAN’T BRING MYSELF TO TELL PEOPLE HOW REKD I REALLY AM.” This tweet really brings to light just how bad the crypto market has been suffering this year and over the past week. HODLs continue to hold but to what avail?

The big freeze broken down

According to a tweet by EOS, the development team was alerted to a bug which caused network-wide transaction freezing. A few hours later, the development posted an update that the problem had been identified. Block.one, the creator of EOS, was able to develop a software patch for the bug. The problem was a bug in the code that controlled how deferred transactions were handled. The disruption has not really affected the price, upon the news of the freeze, EOS token prices fell about five percent. For such a big event, the reaction was subtle, demonstrating that there is a high amount of investor confidence.

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One problem leads to another

The most recent software challenge demonstrates that the launch of the highly anticipated network has faced several stumbling blocks ranging from technical glitches to user distrust over third-party software. Voting has been another issues affecting the company.  While EOS has been suffered through some issues, not every company can be lucky enough to be an overnight success. Mainnet is up and running again and all is well with EOS for the time being.

EOS Stats

On June 1, EOS completed its year-long Initial Coin Offering (ICO), raising an estimated $4 bln to become the world’s largest ICO to date. EOS is currently the fifth largest cryptocurrency, with a market cap $9.4 bln, and daily trade volumes topped $715 million. according to CoinMarketCap. It has a circulating supply of 896,149,492 EOS with a total supply of 900,000,000. EOS is written in C++ and has been designed for easy transferability. In other words, Companies that have blockchains running on Ethereum can easily copy and paste into EOS, making it a cinch to switch platforms.

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Bitcoin’s Transaction Value Overtakes PayPal and Points the Coin Back Towards Being Currency

Those who think BTC isn’t being used as a digital currency need to look at its transaction value this year as it overtakes PayPal
Bitcoin’s Transaction Value Overtakes PayPal and Points the Coin Back Towards Being Currency

The ebbs and flow of Bitcoin continue as the major cryptocurrency continues to find its true identity. It has flittered between being a currency of the Internet in its dark web days, and it has more recently become a store of value- a digital gold- for varying reasons.

However, there are factors and indications that are showing that Bitcoin could well be pushing back to being a functional currency. Aspects like a clear mempool, cheaper and quicker transactions, less volatility in an upward trend, and more transaction value, seem to show that Bitcoin can be used and spent effectively.

In fact, Bitcoin’s transaction value, rather than the more favored metric of transaction volume, shows that more money has been processed in Bitcoin than through popular digital payment solution, PayPal.

Value over volume

So often, Bitcoin’s progress and performance are measured by its price increasing and decreasing, but also by its transaction volume. However, delving deeper into that metric and measuring the actual dollar amount and one can derive a lot of insight into the digital currency.

Yassine Elmandjra, who works at New York-based investment firm ARK Invest, has pointed out that Bitcoin’s transaction volume has reached $1.3 tln this year, and that puts it ahead of PayPal and Discover- although meager compared to Visa which is closer to $9 tln.

Pointing towards currency?

Bitcoins transaction value reaching the heights of a payment network like PayPal could be indicating a move towards the digital currency being used more and more as a currency.

Bitcoin, at its prominence in terms of price, was considered too valuable to use and spend, or send, and as such, it became a true investable asset. However, as time has gone on and the digital currency has lost its value and struggled to pile on the gains, its value as an asset has shrunk.

However, in that, the scaling debate that was slowing its adoption as a functional currency has also abated as there is no congestion in the mempool, and the price of transactions is back to being very low.

That being said, there will still be a big percentage of transactional volume in Bitcoin that comes from speculative trading that is not present in things like Visa, Discover or PayPal.

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Pros and Cons of Adding Cryptocurrency Payment Options in Today’s Economy

Adding a cryptocurrency payment option can be attractive for your business, but in today’s economy, should you be considering it?
Pros and Cons of Adding Cryptocurrency Payment Options in Today’s Economy
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The way in which cryptocurrencies have blown up in popularity has meant that a lot of merchants have considered adding them as a payment option to their stores, be it online or physical. However, it is not as easy as suddenly accepting PayPal, or Square, Apple Pay or such.

There is a lot to consider before taking the dive into being a cryptocurrency accepting store, and even more to consider in today’s economy. There are a lot of pros, but also many cons to consider, as well as some difficulties that you can't come across with other payment options.

Pros

One of the biggest pros about accepting cryptocurrency is the free marketing that often comes with it. Because of its emerging nature, people are interested to see the extent of which Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can spread.

There have been instances in Real Estate where companies have decided to accept crypto for houses and as such, they have been given a big boost in the mainstream media and drawn a lot of attention to their endeavors.

By accepting Bitcoin at a store or shop that is slightly interesting a nuanced, there is every likelihood that the news of such could make it into the media.

In terms of the nuts and bolts of accepting cryptocurrency, the biggest pro is that it is a global currency and not subject to national legislation or foreign currency exchange rates. If people are using cryptocurrencies to buy from your store, especially online, it is a simple process devoid of any real intruding regulations.

Accepting cryptocurrency can also attract a new, and usually younger, demographic to your store. It can also help with privacy and anonymity should your store be trading in illicit or potentially embarrassing goods. Pornhub and other such websites have seen the advantage of this.

Cons

Of course, it is not all ease and bonuses involving yourself in such a nascent payment system. Firstly, it is not that easy to set up for business purposes, especially when it comes to declaring for tax and revenue purposes. There are a few companies that are looking to help in this regard.

In fact, even the act of receiving a payment is not that simple, especially when one is looking to use it in a brick and mortar store. Point of sale cryptocurrency equipment is available, but it is very new and needs some ironing out.

Additionally, the volatile nature of cryptocurrencies has always made them a difficult thing for merchants to accept. The fact that a payment you received yesterday could be worth 20 percent less today does not make running a business easy.

With the volatility, there is also a constant battle with cryptocurrencies and their use for micropayments. Bitcoin has in recent times been counted out as a vehicle to make micropayments with because of the time it takes to transact, and the fact that the fees can rise substantially.

There are other cryptocurrencies which are looking to bypass these problems, but their issue is that they are not as widely known or adopted as Bitcoin.

Today’s market

Cryptocurrencies are in a strange space in today’s economy. They have passed the first hurdle of adoption where it would be fair to say that the majority of the world has at least heard of them. This is because of their massive rise in price that hit all the headlines at the back end of last year.

However, as Vitalik Buterin has said, this also means they have probably hit a ceiling when it comes to their investability, so a lot of people have either given up or are not as excited about them anymore- slowing adoption.

However, despite the slowing in adoption, which would also lead to fewer people using them as merchants, there is still a long road to go where adoption is sure to flourish. Picking up cryptocurrency now for payments allows one to be a pioneer and get a massive head start should the become even more normalized for payment down the line.

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Crypto Debit Cards Are Here. Well, Almost: Past-ICO Review

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What are the strings attached to crypto debit cards?
Crypto Debit Cards Are Here. Well, Almost: Past-ICO Review

Coming out of crypto valley in Zug, Switzerland, the company Monaco, which has no relations to the principality of Monaco, has come out with an app and a debit card to make it easier to spend crypto without selling and get credit to make purchases to pay off later, or if you can’t pay it off your collateral Bitcoin on Monaco coin is used instead.

Furthermore, according to the website, there are no additional fees to send crypto to other wallets. According to their statements, Monaco is attempting to disrupt the way debit and credit cards are used. Let’s take a deeper dive and see if they are following through.

The Swiss bank account

Monaco and Switzerland, countries with names that ring with money. And Monaco rang in the money with its ICO, to the tune of $54 mln in fundraising, in a month-long ICO that took place between May 18 and June 18, 2017.

Its token, know as MCO, ERC20 token, entered the market at $2.24 per token and has seen several ups and downs since then, ending on a down note at $4.80 which is still more than double the entry price.

The all-time high was reached on Aug. 29, at $24.78. CoinMarketCap ranks it at 111 and it has a market cap of $75.3 mln with 15.7 mln, with only half of its 31.5 mln total tokens in circulation.

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On the road to success, albeit a bumpy ride

Monaco has officially partnered with Visa to launch its card which can be used for everyday purchases. This explains the massive spike in the price back in August 2017.

Despite this, the Visa cards still have not been issued yet.

According to their recent blog post on June 19, the cards are going into a second round of testing and the first round found some errors that need to be corrected. There are two apps on the market, one for Apple and Android users. They also claim that Monaco has some 53,000 approved and registered users on the platform. Anxiously awaiting their visa cards, we can safely assume. To quote the post, “We should have the results back from 2nd round next week. No major issues expected now that the 1st round issues were corrected- relating to the configuration of the various systems.”

Monaco was unavailable to comment on the further development of the Visa cards; my email was returned.

Leading the way

The team behind the coin appears to be well known in the crypto circles among others, Kris Marszalek is the CEO behind the operation. He is well known in Southeast Asia as a serial entrepreneur. Since 2004, Marszalek has been a co-founder at five companies which he leads from start-ups to either be a successful company or to be acquired. He has a proven track record of building success.

CFO, Rafael Melo has been working in the mobile payments system industry for 15 years in southeast Asia and has a strong grasp of risk and compliance. He was the business finance officer for Mobile Payments Solutions, which was a MasterCard incubated technology company.

Bobby Bao is the managing director and is known in Southeast Asia for his work in investment banking, corporate development, and investor relations. His career spans the banking world in southeast Asia as well as North America.

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In good standing

Monaco has been successfully fulfilling its milestones as it is getting closer to launching fully with the Visa cards. According to the website, there are only six more milestones left to complete before the company is fully operational:

  • Visa cards ship in Asia

  • New Visa cards announcement

  • Visa cards shipping in Europe

  • Monaco Invest goes live

  • Visa cards ship in the US

  • Monaco credit goes live

It appears that they surpassed or on equal footing with their main competitor TenX, which is also linking crypto accounts to debit cards.

However, the business plan is well thought out. Once the cards are launched and are in use, Monaco stands to rake in the fees paid to them by the retailer.

On top of that, exchanges such as Coinbase, which offer a very limited selection of coins could then lose a lot of business to companies such as Monaco or TenX because they can easily move between crypto and fiat. Furthermore, if the company is going to be offering credit that can be leveraged with crypto and debts that can be paid with crypto or fiat, then there could possibly be a paradigm shift for the credit industry. We only need to wait and see.

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, EOS, NEM Close to Ground, No Serious Movements Fixed: Price Analysis, June 22

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Bitcoin and altcoins remain flat, no significant fluctuations in the past 24 hours
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, EOS, NEM Close to Ground, No Serious Movements Fixed: Price Analysis, June 22

Bitcoin and altcoins still unable to make any serious movements as they stay within horizontal ranges in the midterm. The fact that they have stopped their downtrends gives hopes to buyers. However, there are still no significant changes and nobody is able to predict, when they start to grow and whether they will do it in the nearest future.

Another reason for this lasting flat is summer. Investors and traders want to make a pause in order to relax a bit. This helps the price to find balance in the moment of writing.

As for important news, there are no events to affect the price significantly. However, some news may be interesting for our readers and subscribers. Vitalik Buterin gains over one mln followers in Twitter. He outruns Charlie Lee from Litecoin meaning Buterin becomes one of the most influencing persons in crypto community.

Another interesting thing to mention is Bodhi prediction on FIFA `18. QTUM Blockchain bot has forecasted that Brazil is going to win Mundial.

Bitcoin (BTC/USD) Price analysis, June 22

BTC/USD Hourly General

The currency pair has lost less than two percent in the past 24 hours but when we deal with the situation in general, there is no tendency currently as Bitcoin stays within the large horizontal range. There is a very slight crack about the possibility to run higher. However, neither bulls nor bears are ready currently to break the balance.

BTC/USD Hourly Closer

Let’s have a closer look at BTC/USD on the hourly chart. The currency pair has tested $6,718 resistance area several times but failed to make a breakout. Bitcoin fluctuates below this level in the moment of writing. The possible ways for BTC/USD are the following:

  1. Red scenario (bearish). The currency pair will reach the support area at $6,510 and test it. Bears will be able to push the currency pair lower if successful.
  2. Orange scenario (neutral). Bitcoin will stay within the current range. The currency pair is limited by the resistance area at $6,718 and the support area at $6,510.
  3. Green scenario (bullish). BTC/USD will test the resistance area at $6,718 and if successful, buyers will drive the currency pair towards the next resistance at $6,943.

Ethereum (ETH/USD) Price analysis, June 22

ETH/USD Hourly General

Ethereum has lost more than four percent in the past 24 hours. The currency pair, in general, grows along the green ascending trend line on the Hourly chart. This upside tendency is still very weak and fable, but it gives hopes to bulls.

ETH/USD Hourly Closer

When we look closer at the hourly chart we can see that the price has tested $540.69 but failed to move higher and retreated finally towards the ascending trend line. Ethereum fluctuates below this level in the moment of writing. The possible ways for ETH/USD are the following:

  1. Red scenario (bearish). The currency pair will break through the trend line targeting the support area at $500.36. If successful, bears will be able to push ETH/USD lower aiming at $473.39.
  2. Orange scenario (neutral). The currency pair will stay without significant changes between the resistance at $540.69 and the support at $500.36.
  3. Green scenario (bullish). Ethereum will break through the resistance area at $540.69 targeting the next resistance at $566.90.

Ripple (XRP/USD) Price analysis, June 22

XRP/USD Hourly General

The currency pair has lost almost three percent in the past 24 hours. Ripple remains flat together with other allies from the top 20. XRP/USD seems to start growing in the nearest future, but bulls and bears are still unable to break the balance.

XRP/USD Hourly Closer

When we look closer at the hourly chart we can see that XRP price has tested the resistance area at $0.5444 but failed to make a breakout there and retreated later. Ripple stays below this level in the moment of writing. The possible ways for XRP/USD are the following:

  1. Red scenario (bearish). The currency pair will reach the support area at $0.5088 to test it. IF successful, bears will be able to push XRP/USD lower.
  2. Orange scenario (neutral). Ripple will stay within the current horizontal range, limited by the support area at $0.5088 and the resistance area at $0.5444.
  3. Green scenario (bullish). XRP/USD will try to break through the resistance area at $0.5444 and once breached, this level will give support to Ripple. The currency pair will move higher in this case targeting the next resistance at $0.5643.

EOS (EOS/USD) Price analysis, June 22

EOS/USD Hourly General

The currency pair has lost almost five percent in the past 24 hours. EOS is weak currently due to the problems with Mainnet. The currency pair has left the big triangle on the hourly chart and develops its downside momentum.

EOS/USD Hourly Closer

Let’s have a closer look at the hourly chart. The currency pair has tested the resistance area at $10.76 several times but retreated as bulls were unable to drive the currency pair higher. EOS/USD crossed the support area at $10.21 later and developed its downside progress. The possible ways for EOS/USD are the following:

  1. Red scenario (bearish). The currency pair will develop its downtrend below $9.60 resistance area targeting the next support at $9.03.
  2. Green scenario (bullish). EOS will run through the resistance area at $9.60 targeting the next resistance at $10.21.

NEM (XEM/USD) Price analysis, June 22

XEM/USD Hourly General

The currency pair has lost more than four percent in the past 24 hours. XEM/USD develops its downside momentum in the moment of writing. Bulls and bears seem to break the balance but it is unclear whether sellers will be able to develop their progress.

XEM/USD Hourly Closer

Let’s have a closer look at the hourly chart. XEM/USD tried to break through the resistance area at $0.2002. However, later the currency pair declined and crossed the support area at $0.1873. NEM fluctuates below this level currently. The possible ways for the currency pair are the following:

  1. Red scenario (bearish). NEM will cross the support area at $0.1682 targeting lower aims.
  2. Orange scenario (neutral). The currency pair will stay within the range limited by the resistance area at $0.1873 and the support at $0.1682.
  3. Green scenario (bullish). XEM/USD will jump over the resistance area at $0.1873 and move higher towards the next resistance at $0.2002.

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Ethereum Price Prediction: Will ETH 2.0 Amount to Anything?

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Ethereum price forecasts for 2018 are shifting as ETH 2.0 comes into focus. Will the world’s most advanced blockchain survive the upgrade?
Ethereum Price Prediction: Will ETH 2.0 Amount to Anything?

Ethereum price forecasts for 2018 are shifting as ETH 2.0 comes into focus. The question now is, will the world’s most advanced blockchain survive the upgrade?

Ethereum price predictions began to move higher immediately after the blockchain’s founder, Vitalik Buterin, laid out a plan for Ethereum 2.0. Ethereum 2.0 is the sum-total of all upgrades and improvements that are in the works for the Ethereum network and a plan to implement them. The news has been long-awaited: Ethereum suffers from network slowness, poor scalability, and security flaws that have been capping its potential.

Ethereum predictions had been steadily falling up until the timeline was announced. The token had been trending flat and below the $200 for nearly a month with little to move it save hope. In the wake of the announcement, the token saw a resurgence of interest that took it to a one month high, although the gains were limited. While the news is good — ETH 2.0 is a good thing — we’ve been hearing about upgrades for a long time, and we’ve seen them postponed more than once.

The charts don’t look very bullish, although the bottom in prices is probably in. At this level, miners are breaking even or making a little money, which makes a strong level of support; they are not likely to sell their tokens at a loss. The ETH token is trending near long-term lows and is trapped within a trading range that will dominate the market until a real, true, actual launch of ETH 2.0 is revealed. Until then, all we have is hope that the timeline they’ve given is one they can stick too.

Ethereum price predictions 2018: ETH 2.0 will drive prices

So, what exactly is ETH 2.0? It is an upgrade to the ETH network that will facilitate the switch to Proof of Stake, improve scalability, and speed up transaction times. The switch to Proof of Stake will rely on the Casper update, one of many that have been in development for years. It will move Ethereum away from the less sustainable Proof of Work model while Sharding and ZK-Snarks will help speed up the network.

Proof of Work is the most common model of blockchain design. It is the protocol upon which Bitcoin, Litecoin, and many other “mineable” cryptocurrencies are built. The problem with Proof of Work is that it requires a lot of computing power — exponentially more than what it needed to verify the blockchain — and creates a lot of waste that could be avoided.

Proof of Stake is a blockchain protocol that requires miners to put up a stake, or deposit, in order to participate in mining activities. The miners earn a fee based on transactions instead of mined coins and are thought to be incorruptible because they have skin in the game (they could lose their deposit and more if the token fails, falls to zero, etc). Because Proof of Stake miners earn fees and not mined coins, there is no risk of mining all the coins and having the network fail, among other issues tied to POW mining.

Breaking Ethereum will make it faster

Sharding is the concept of breaking the ETH network into hundreds, thousands, or even millions of sub-chains in a way that are collatable across the network. This would create an environment with virtually unlimited account space and provide quadratic scalability. The double benefit of Casper and Sharding will be a much faster network and one that is much cheaper to use. The only problem — for traders and investors, that is — is that Sharding and ETH 2.0 are most likely not going to happen until 2020 or later.

ETH price prediction: ZK-Snarks will drive growth

Ethereum’s price forecast needs to take ZK-Snarks into consideration. ZK-Snarks, or Zero Knowledge-Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge, is the technology that powers Z-Cash. It is a blockchain protocol that allows the verification of transactions without either side having specific knowledge of the transaction. It is in effect a means of using another blockchain to handle Ethereum transactions off-network in way that is seamlessly integrated with the greater Ethereum network.

Ethereum co-found Vitalik Buterin says using ZK-Snarks technology ETH can improve transaction speeds exponentially from the current 14-15 transactions per second to more than 500 transactions per second. The upgrade would be a major improvement for ETH and help it scale beyond the mere 6 transactions per second provided by Bitcoin.

This is how it would work. The Z-Cash ZK-Snarks system allows value (in the form of ETH or other blockchain tokens) to be stored on the Z-Cash network. The network then issues zETH (or zBTC etc) in its place and transactions based on that value are stored in the Z-Cash system. Later, when the ETH is returned to the ETH network, all transactions performed in the interim are accounted, but without having used Ethereum computing power.

While great news for ETH users and traders, there are still two drawbacks. The first is that 500 tps is still a far cry short of the thousands of transactions per second that payment processor Visa is able to handle — a fact that will limit ETH adoption by mainstream financial services if speeds can’t be increased further. The second is that the implementation date of the protocols is yet to be determined and may not come for many months.

Ethereum forecast 2018: Flippening at hand?

Ethereum has long been hailed as the world’s most advanced blockchain. When compared to Bitcoin and other single-purpose tokens, it is the equivalent of a smart-phone, whereas Bitcoin is an old-school rotary phone. You can use Bitcoin to dial up an address and send value, but you can’t run applications on it the way you can with Ethereum. This fact has been the driving force behind ETH predictions since it launched. However, with scalability issues, the uncertainty surrounding ETH 2.0, and the rise of other types of blockchain technologies, those same Ethereum predictions are suffering.

Ethereum’s main rival is Ripple. RippleNet is a blockchain focused solely on the problem of scalable, cross-border/cross-platform exchanges and atomic swaps of cryptocurrencies. It has seen exponential growth over the past year and recently announced a major deal with one of Europe’s largest banks, Banco Santander.

  1. Bitcoin is the leading cryptocurrency by market cap. It is worth more than $110 billion and 52% of the total cryptocurrency market.

  2. Ethereum is the second ranged cryptocurrency by market cap and worth about $21 million or 10% of the total market.

  3. Ripple is the third largest by market cap at $20 million and 9.5% of the total cryptocurrency market.

The news has prices for XRP, Ripple’s native token, moving higher and challenging Ethereum for its second-place ranking. Ethereum is the second largest cryptocurrency by market cap and commands about 10% of the total cryptocurrency market. XRP is the third largest by market cap and commands about 9% of the total cryptocurrency market. A flippening, as it has been labelled, would mean XRP has overcome ETH by market cap and become the second largest blockchain by value.

While this may seem like a negligible factor, it could very easily spark a mass exodus from ETH and inflow to XRP. To date, there have been several instances of micro-flippening, that is, a time in which XRP has briefly and by a small margin surpassed ETH by market cap. So far, none of these flips have resulted in a permanent shift in dominance but they could, especially if ETH fails to upgrade successfully or if Ripple is able to gain traction in global financial circles.

Ethereum prediction 2018: Trading is on tap

Ethereum price projections for 2018 are optimistic but based on anticipated upgrades that are yet to be delivered. This situation is likely to result in periods of upward price movement that may test key resistance levels but are not likely to result in a sustained rally, unless some other catalyst emerged to drive prices. A general rally in cryptocurrency markets may do it, but the more likely scenario is that US regulation and the launch of blockchain-based ETFs and other retail investment products will be the spark to drive ETH higher.

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