Yuri Molchan

Ripple Trying to Increase Utility by Giving Away XRP, Launching ‘Ripple Drop’ Vlog

The startup is giving away its crypto as donations and launching an online series
Ripple Trying to Increase Utility by Giving Away XRP, Launching ‘Ripple Drop’ Vlog

 

Since it was launched in 2013, Ripple has got to be one of the five top cryptocurrencies. However, it is still not very popular and the price is not growing despite the numerous recent partnerships with global banks and financial institutions.

The problem seems to be in the fact that people are just not using the coin as means of payment but just as an investment tool.

But now the Ripple team has found another way to try and solve this problem.

Giving away XRP coins

In late March, Ripple donated around $29 mln in XRP to underfunded US teachers and schools, which was announced during a talk show hosted by Stephen Colbert. Later on, Ashton Kushner donated $4 mln in XRP to the Ellen DeGeneres Wildlife Fund. The crypto company seems to be throwing its coins out to the world to make these XRP actually work.

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As a reminder, out of 100 bln, XRP around half has been put aside in escrow. This has led some to conclude that the company management, in theory, has a technical opportunity to manipulate the price of the token.

Launching a Vlog

The new series titled “The Ripple Drop” is about to be released. Since usually the word ‘drop’ in the cryptocurrency space means a free give away of tokens to ordinary users, and in this case it does not, this name was probably chosen to attract media and investors’ attention.

According to the Ripple representatives, by doing this the company wants to ensure the transparency for its community and reach a wider audience.

“The Ripple drop” videos will come out twice a month on Mondays and cover the recent news regarding Ripple’s customers, new developments and partnerships. They also plan to make official announcements this way.

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Space Spiders: Opinion

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Aliya Prokofieva is founder of the international space company “Galaktika,” space exploration visionary and active public speaker. She writes for U.Today on the cutting edge tech and disruptive projects that may change the life of billions of people.

Another solution has been found for the implementation of my plan to transfer production to space and create an orbital city. The details are below.

Actual web is a gem technology

It is common knowledge that spiders are fine weavers.

The thread that spiders produce has unique characteristics fully adapted for hunting. It is durable for its thickness, sticky, elastic and perfectly forms a network without any knots or additional fasteners. Now, for example, Japanese scientists are experimenting with some species of spiders, using genetic engineering, in order to get the most durable natural fiber. Carbon nanotubes are interwoven into this fiber to create a completely new quality- this "rope" is almost impossible to break. The ratio of the cross-section of the filament to the force applied to the break has no analogs in the modern world. These developments have not yet been put to practical use which is necessary for mass production, but scientists, as they say, are on the home stretch.

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Countdown starts now

Not only has the web itself prompted scientists new technical analogies with the arachnoid species- the spider, developing a thread, moves on a web, making circular and radial movements. The carriage of the inkjet printer, where the cartridge is installed, moves in the same way, but only within the limits of the size of the device. Currently, 3D printers are very static devices.

What if we make the printer move in space and create extended 3D structures? This would be a great solution for outer space!

Then there would be no need to transport parts from Earth and their installation by astronauts to outer space. Another important point is the absence of seams or other joints that affect the rigidity of the structure.

It is these considerations that prompted the developers of Tethers Unlimited to create an arachnoid-like robot-3D printer SpiderFab. It's amazing how much this robot look resembles a spider! It has four limbs, each of which is a separate printer (the developers are going to increase the number of "legs"), the inflated "abdomen" is a container with the material for printing. Also, the robot has an autonomous power plant with a solar array for constant recharging. The robot will be able to move in the process of printing and create frame structures in the image and likeness of natural cobwebs.

The introduction of such a robot will solve the global problem- the creation of objects in space with such dimensions that the present state of technological development is not yet capable of. As I wrote above, the expensive delivery of parts and elements from the Earth will no longer be necessary. Also, all the "delights" of space mining will be revealed, when the elements extracted on asteroids and planets will be used. Space materials researched will allow creating such composites for printing, which were not possible under terrestrial conditions. Such a printer will be able to print any complex object in orbit, from a part or a spare part to gigantic stations. This would lead to materials being in abundance!

And now imagine a whole fleet of cosmic "spiders" that weave in the high orbit of the Earth an openwork skeleton of a giant object, in the near future finding the outlines of a space city... And this is no longer a dream!

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Bulls Push Bitcoin Price to $11,250, But Next Week is Uncertain

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Return of the King: Bitcoin reaches $11,250 and increases dominance in a bullish market.
Bulls Push Bitcoin Price to $11,250, But Next Week is Uncertain

Over the weekend, a daring bullish trend prevailed on the cryptocurrency market. Bitcoin’s price continued to rise, reaching up to $11,250 on Saturday, while the total capitalization of all assets exceeded half a trillion for the first time in February, reaching a maximum of $520 bln. Bitcoin dominance continues to grow- by Monday it was 37.2 percent, which is only slightly less than the percentage seen at the beginning of January.

The market seems to have returned to the time when inexperienced investors were ready to believe in perpetual growth. However, we urge readers not to be deceived. Despite the positive mood prevailing for the moment, this time the path to new heights promises to be a circuitous one. Giving evidence of this outlook, by Monday the top 10 coins turned red. For most assets, the rollback from the previous day was about four percent, though Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash look slightly better than the rest.

Among high-profile events and news, only the completion of Litecoin’s hard fork deserves attention. Now, Bitcoin’s younger brother has its own offshoot with a “Cash” suffix. Despite criticism from Charlie Lee, the Litecoin Cash team managed to gain some sympathy from the crypto community. Part of that comes from a well-designed and informative website that answers most questions about the hard fork. Time and investor support will determine the future of the project, and the CryptoComes team, as usual, will continue to monitor the situation.

BTC/USD

Having conquered the mark of $11,250 on Feb. 17, Bitcoin was compelled to take a step back to refuel. Support was found at $10,130, formed by a strong 0.382 Fibonacci retracement. Further on, bears met with powerful resistance, as evidenced by the dragonfly doji candlestick on the four-hour chart. Thanks to the efforts of buyers, Bitcoin is still trading in the upper range of the ascending channel.

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The important large-volume resistance level of $11,600 is still ahead. Depending on the nature of the price movement, it may coincide with the boundary of a long-term descending channel. If the price can overcome it, the next target is the $12,000 mark, indicated by two Fibonacci harmonies, as well as the mirror level. Taking into account the strong resistance, it is reasonable to partially book profits close to $11,600. In an adverse scenario, Bitcoin may re-test the $10,130 level, and then test the lower boundary of the two-week ascending channel.

LTC/USD

On Saturday and Sunday, Litecoin was not able to break out of the $215-$230 range. This confirms our theory that most people who wished to acquire the cryptocurrency before the hard fork have already done so. Now, the fork is completed and further price movement is of great interest. On the one hand, LTC is forming the technical figure “bullish flag” with a target around $285, which finds additional confirmation in the form of a 2.618 Fibonacci extension target level.

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On the other hand, given the uncertain situation of Bitcoin right now, it would be somewhat arrogant to expect an encore of such rapid growth. Based on our experience monitoring the prices of coins that have recently had a fork, we think the likeliest scenario to be a gradual correction toward the lower boundary of the descending channel (the $195-$205 range). We also take note of the decreasing trading volumes. In case of negative BTC development, there is a possibility of testing the lower resistance levels, primarily $185. At the moment, we advise readers to refrain from active Litecoin trading.

XRP/USD

By early Monday, Ripple is trading at $1.10, rolling back from $1.20 to follow Bitcoin. The price is feeling pressure from the proximity of the upper boundary of the descending channel and could not gain a foothold above it. Nevertheless, XRP is slowly (for now) but surely moving upward, while accumulating a significant trading volume. This is a characteristic of the coin that we have gotten used to.

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The nearest growth targets are $1.30 and $1.40. The first one is indicated by the trading volume profile, the second- by the mirror level marked in blue. In case of negative developments, support coincides with the fair price value for the period since the previous powerful correction- we are talking about the level of $1.00. We recommend that our readers continue to hold current long positions.

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What is Bitcoin (BTC) - Simple Explanation for Beginners

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As mentioned above, the majority of internet users think that Bitcoin is just another digital currency.
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Introduction to Bitcoin

Bitcoin is the major cryptocurrency on the market that poses as an alternative to other forms of digital money. By placing emphasis on decentralization, it allows users to perform transactions cutting out an intermediacy. The majority of people simply treat Bitcoin as just another form of digital money, but the historic rise of this cryptocurrency can lead to revolutionary changes in the world of finance. For example, triple-entry bookkeeping (which practically eliminates the possibility of financial fraud by distributing all the entries across the Bitcoin network) could change the way accounting works and potentially make the accountancy profession obsolete. 

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The founder of Bitcoin

Bitcoin’s white paper was developed by an anonymous person whose pseudonym is Satoshi Nakamoto. The real Satoshi Nakamoto (a 70-year-old man who currently lives in Los Angeles) claims that he doesn’t have anything to do with the creation of Bitcoin despite having extensive experience in engineering. 

The new currency appeared in 2008, and it instantly emerged as the rival of centralized payment systems. Up to this day, the real identity of Satoshi Nakamoto remains unknown. He mysteriously disappeared from the Internet on April 23, 2011, stating that he was not interested in the project anymore. He also said that the future of Bitcoin was in “good hands”.       

Of course, there were numerous speculations about the real identity of Bitcoin’s founder. In 2016, Australian businessman Craig Wright got huge media coverage after claiming that he was the person behind the creation of Bitcoin. The corroboration of Gavin Andresen, the initial Bitcoin’s developer, further fueled the public’s attention. However, many took these revelations with a grain of salt accusing Wright of faking his proof. Furthermore, he is now being sued for fraudulent activities that involve stealing $5 billion in crypto. At the same time, the linguistic research suggests that Nick Szabo might be behind the creation of Bitcoin given the fact that he has the same writing style as Satoshi.   

It is remarkable that the net worth of the elusive creator (whoever this person might be) is estimated to be around 20 billion dollars. That puts him in the top 50 of the richest people in the world). All in all, there are at least 40 Bitcoin billionaires, but no one can say the exact number because these people want to remain unknown to avoid being persistently targeted by hackers.  

Bitcoin innovation

Fundamental innovations of Bitcoin

As mentioned above, the majority of internet users think that Bitcoin is just another digital currency. This cryptocurrency can be used as ordinal fiat money for online transactions, but at the same time there are some major differences that single out Bitcoin among other means of payment. 

Decentralized System

You can carry out any transaction that involves Bitcoins irrespectively of time or geographical location. Users are the ones who administer over their own money. There is no need to cooperate with a bank or sign contracts in order to get a credit card. This lack of dependence could potentially lead to a competition between cryptocurrencies and traditional banking institutions.

Flexible Fees

There is no need to pay any fees when Bitcoins are deposited onto your account. If you want to send money or simply purchase something on the Internet, you have to pay transaction fees. Bitcoin is often criticized for its high transaction fees (especially, taking into consideration the fact that alternative cryptos have significantly smaller fees). On the other hand, you are able to accelerate the confirmation time if you pay more.

Moreover, there is no direct correlation between the amount of fee that you pay and the sum of money that you want to transfer (you may be only charged only a couple of Bitcoins for transferring astronomical sums of money). Bitcoin owners can find numerous merchant solutions that allow directly converting crypto into your local currency at a fairly low cost avoiding credit card fees. 

Risk Reduction

Bitcoin network is characterized by appreciation of security in cryptography and anonymity. Furthermore, crypto transactions cannot be reversed. Thus, merchants are not endangered by the risk of financial frauds while at the same time they are not expected to comply with PCI Security Standards.

Merchants are also able to reach out to other markets where conventional payment methods are not accessible. For users, the main benefit of using Bitcoin network is the protection of their privacy – there is no way someone can leak personal information about parties that were involved in a certain transaction. 

High Level of Transparency

Any transaction conducted within the Bitcoin blockchain can be verified by any member at any time. Unlike banks (where a single governing body can preside over the whole system), there is no place for centralized governance in the Bitcoin network. Such an approach helps to ensure transparency and predictability of transactions. 

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Major Drawbacks of Bitcoin 

The Problem of Recognition

Despite the booming growth in 2017 and the following insistent media coverage, a lot of people are still unaware of Bitcoin’s existence or simply not interested in the cryptocurrency world. The future of Bitcoin still greatly depends on governmental bodies and central banks. For instance, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is already planning to impose a number of regulations on Bitcoin (the same goes for other cryptocurrencies). More counties are expected to follow the lead. There are even countries like Macedonia and Vietnam where Bitcoin remains illegal. Furthermore, such a huge cryptocurrency market like China shut down all Bitcoin exchanges back in 2017 and eventually banned Bitcoin in 2018. Will more countries follow the lead?        

Another problem that Bitcoin is facing right now is that many businesses still refuse to accept it as an eligible payment method. Companies have to realize the major advantages of working with cryptocurrency that are rapidly revolutionizing the financial world. 

Bad Reputation

Bitcoin still remains attractive to criminals despite the facts that there are other cryptocurrencies that offer more privacy features. This cryptocurrency is still associated with the dark web economy (particularly, with Silk Road, the infamous platform for selling drugs which adopted Bitcoin as its major currency). While the US still remains Bitcoin-friendly, it’s only a matter of time till the governments across the globe start imposing strict regulations due to the criminal activities involving Bitcoins. Some experts predict that the government’s intervention will mark the death of digital currencies.  

The Instability of Bitcoin’s Value

After Bitcoin’s prices had plunged in January, many critics started to question its credibility and calling it yet another Ponzi scheme. And there is indeed a shred of truth in their words since Bitcoin is extremely volatile. Even non-significant business events could cause another free-fall. On the other hand, one should understand that Bitcoin is a young currency, so it is naturally unstable. If the network continues to grow, its volatility is expected to decrease. As of now, it is extremely hard to predict the future of Bitcoin. 

Constant Changes

The Bitcoin network is undergoing constant changes that are aimed at improving its security and increasing its usability. The majority of newly designed features haven’t been fully implemented yet. It is safe to say that Bitcoin is still a long way from becoming a fully developed system. 
 

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The Bitcoin Oracle remains bullish on the cryptocurrency market: exclusive interview with Vinny Lingham
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Vinny Lingham Talks to CryptoComes About the Aggressive Market, the Next Crypto Star, and Personal Data Security.

CryptoComes will surprise no one by confessing that we have been waiting for a turn at Vinny Lingham’s dispensary of uncanny cryptocurrency wisdom, especially given the market turmoil of the last few months. We got the chance at last week’s StartEngine ICO 2.0 Spring Summit in Los Angeles. Over a hurried breakfast between a panel on “The State of ICO Regulation” and his flight out to the next destination, Vinny shared some industry insights which we dutifully pass on to our readers - until the next encounter with the Bitcoin Oracle…

Katya Michaels: You are known for your predictions. So, are you always right?

Vinny Lingham: No, but you only need to be right half the time to be an oracle.

KM: Still, how do you do it? Is it just common sense?

VL: It’s more fundamental base, market timing, psychology, and so on. I'm not always right about it. I do also think that the market's been a bit too aggressive lately. But things can't go up forever, that quickly, it doesn't work that way.

Bitcoin Cash

KM: In any case, your predictions about Bitcoin Cash are being confirmed. Is there something inherent that makes it grow?

Vinny Lingham:

The network effect around Bitcoin Cash is growing faster than Bitcoin. It's a smaller currency, so it will grow faster, but the question is - can it catch up to Bitcoin. That still remains to be seen. Bitcoin has a network effect that is second to none.

KM: How far do you think Bitcoin Cash will go this year? Do you have a figure in mind?

VL: I don't, we'll see how it goes. It depends on whether or not it decouples from Bitcoin. Right now it trades in the range of Bitcoin, and it needs to decouple significantly, which might take a long time.

KM: Most cryptocurrencies seem to follow Bitcoin’s movement in the market. Do you think this can change?

VL: Yes, once you have stable coins and security tokens, they will be able to move on their own.

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Next big Crypto star

KM: Who is the next big star in Crypto - Cardano? EOS perhaps?

Vinny Lingham:

The next star is Filecoin, when it goes live eventually, later this year maybe. I invested in 2014 and I’m a big believer in the technology, the team and what they are doing.

KM: Are you still critical of Litecoin?

VL: I still don't understand Litecoin enough. I don't know how it's different from Bitcoin, except that it's a little bit faster. I still don't get it - maybe I'll never get it.

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Personal data security

KM: Your own project, Civic, addresses the security of identity and personal data. In the aftermath of Cambridge Analytica, how can Blockchain help users regain control of their information? Do you think there are any viable Blockchain based challenges to Facebook right now?

Vinny Lingham:

I don't think that Facebook has any challenges right now because it's just too big. Two billion people onboarding to something else is not going to happen anytime soon.

I do think that you can enhance user privacy by moving to solutions like Civic where people can control their own data and authorize who can see it and who can use it. But replacing Facebook right now is impossible, you can just build something different.

KM: Do you think people are ready to own and be in control of their data?

VL: I think a lot of people are ready and they want it, it's just not there for them yet.

KM: What are the main challenges to the adoption of identity-management platforms like Civic?

VL: The biggest challenge right now is that the current regulations don't really force companies to be cognizant of the use of data that they are storing. Now GDPR in Europe is coming in next month, and I think US regulations are coming as well. Adoption will happen when we have government regulations forcing companies to be responsible and they have to look at solutions like Civic.

Adoption

KM: What do you think is the best platform right now for decentralized applications and smart contracts?

VL: I think EOS.

KM: It seems that people misunderstand Blockchain applications and smart contracts a lot at the moment.

VL: Very much so. Everyone says “we can do all these cool things,” but no one is actually doing anything with it, there are no use cases.

KM: Why do you think that is?

Vinny Lingham:

It's early stage technology, that's always the case. The dream is there, the reality is a nightmare.

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KM: Artificial intelligence and machine learning are some of the most exciting technology developments now. What is the big next influence or application of that in crypto?

VL: I think it's just about finding use cases, a way that we could use this technology, something really cool. And it needs to be used at scale, it can't be five transactions a day. Even if use cases are there, adoption takes time - adoption takes longer than scaling. You can always scale things if you have enough adoption.

KM: And what is the key to encouraging adoption?

VL: Focusing less on the technology and more on the use cases. Also, getting companies to buy into it - companies aren't using blockchains right now, .01 percent maybe.

KM: Are the costs of transition too high?

Vinny Lingham:  

It's going to take a while. Look at the internet, it took 30 years to adopt, starting in the 70s and 80s. Why do we think it's going to be different this time? I'm not bearish, I'm bullish on it, but these things don't happen overnight, it takes time.

KM: But will the market climb back or is this it?

VL: I think I'm expecting one more big dip, then it'll come back and we’ll see how it goes.

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Vietnam’s Blanket Crackdown on Bitcoin Leaves the Country in a Disappointing Limbo

Vietnam was a country that strongly looked to embrace Blockchain and Bitcoin, but its recent crackdown has left Blockchain innovation out in the cold
Vietnam’s Blanket Crackdown on Bitcoin Leaves the Country in a Disappointing Limbo

Vietnam, like many countries, especially in Asia, is struggling from a lack of a balanced legal framework to outline the manner in which Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can be taxed, regulated and controlled.

There have been some rules and regulations that have cropped up in different sectors, most notably a strong banning from the central bank, but the general blanketing of Bitcoins and Blockchain as negative is making it difficult for users and the technology to grow and take hold.

Balancing act

As it has become apparent in other nations, the regulation of the fast-moving and unprecedented digital currency revolution has to be a balanced process that protects against scams, hacks, money laundering and other scrupulous means while still allowing innovation to flourish.

But the problem in Vietnam is that there is no unified front in achieving a balanced regulatory framework- in fact, there is no framework in place at all, rather a decree from the central bank effectively determined that Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are not legal means of payment.

These decree from the bank came to the fore due to a number of negative factors that country faced in terms of cryptocurrencies. In September last year tax authorities lost a lawsuit against a citizen who had amassed an untaxed fortune from trading Bitcoin. Because Bitcoin is not considered an asset under Vietnamese law, the court ruled authorities had no legal authority to tax him.

This instance, as well as a recent case of a Bitcoin mining startup scam that was uncovered, has to be pushing the regulators in the Asian country to implement a broad and negative ban against the cryptocurrency space which has halted innovation and left many businesses that had been in operation before the regulation, in limbo.

Sky Mining Scam

Recently, more than 300 investors in Vietnam reported a mining scam after the head of the company, Sky Mining disappeared along with $35 mln in client money.

Le Minh Tam, director of Sky Mining, reportedly absconded to the US a few days ago.

The issue is that mining and using cryptocurrencies remains illegal in Vietnam, according to the central bank. Based on the new monetary law issued by the bank that came into effect during the first quarter of 2018, Bitcoin and others are already considered illegal and their use is prohibited in the country.

Vietnam has reacted heavily to the dangerous side of Bitcoin that has come out because of a lack of regulatory framework. With these scams, tax avoidance issues and others, the country has decided to put up a blanket ban to quash the entire ecosystem.

The bank’s ban

The regulatory foundation is currently represented by a State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) and it’s move on Oct. 30 effectively determined that Bitcoin is not a legal means of payment. But it was more than that as they also effectively outlawed the issuance, supply and use of cryptocurrencies.

Those found in violation of the decree and other relevant legal principles face fines of up to 200 mln Dong (around $9,000).

The problem is that the bank has gone somewhat off the predicted script. Before this banking decree, it appeared as if the government would be actively working to recognize and promote Bitcoin, but it has not gone that way.

Then, in January, Vietnamese State Securities Commission (SSC) requested security trading firms not to provide cryptocurrency services including consultancy, brokerage, issuance and transactions.

Left in Limbo

The problem is the move by the central bank has put a spanner in the works for many who have been involved and built businesses around cryptocurrencies. These companies now sit in limbo with the rules and regulations not directly applied and all too ambiguous.

Not to mention that the mining crackdown has also caused problems with the equipment entering the country being held up thanks to an importation ban on such machinery.

Thus, it becomes problematic that any innovation or growth for the citizens that could come from a booming cryptocurrency industry is being stymied, but not enough to cause all to abandon hope.

There is enough to suggest that some of the cryptocurrency and Blockchain projects can work within the ambiguous framework that is predominantly negative but with its loopholes. But of course, this is not a situation that encourages growth and prosperity.

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