Category: Decentralized Applications

World’s Fifth Largest Electric Company Using Ethereum (ETH) DApp

The world’s fifth largest electrical company has announced a partnership with Ethereum app iExec that will involve the company utilizing the decentralized application (DApp) in a project test. EDF, which operates a $33 billion market capitalization, has launched GPUSH on iExec, a visual simulator software that is now available through […]

Ethereum DApp Transactions Set New All-Time High

Despite reports that Ethereum has been conceding market share in the space of decentralized applications (DApps), after owning nearly 100 percent of the industry just a year ago, ETH transaction volume has registered a new all-time high. According to analytics firm Diar in a report published on May 6, Ethereum […]

Charles Hoskinson: over 50 full-time engineers working on Cardano

Charles Hoskinson, the founder of Cardano (ADA), an open-source, public blockchain network for creating decentralized applications (dApps), has clarified that his team of developers are “building a product that is based upon new science and new ideas.” Hoskinson, the CEO at Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), a research and development […]

Exclusive: IOST CEO Jimmy Zhong discusses current trends in dApp development

The Internet of Services Token (IOST) platform, a blockchain-based network for building enterprise-grade decentralized applications (dApps), processed 580,231 transactions (TXs) on April 6th, 2019. The numbers correspond with a press release shared with Crypto Insider earlier this week. Notably, this is more than what the Ethereum (ETH) network processed on […]

Expensive Fiverr and Upwork Might Be Soon Replaced By This Little Known (Yet) Crypto Project

Independent workers, more commonly known as freelancers, are the fastest growing group in labor markets across the globe. A 2017 survey by Edelman Intelligence (commissioned by Upwork and the Freelancer Union) found that more than 57 million Americans earned at least some income from freelancing that year, with 1 in […]