Crypto World Cup Day 4: Cameron Winklevoss vs. David Schwartz

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Welcome to Day 4 of the Crypto World Cup! Cameron Winklevoss faced off against David Schwartz in today’s collection of matches! Other players include: Dan Larimer (Costa Rica) vs. Jamie Dimon (Serbia) Roger Ver (Germany) vs. David Armstrong (Mexico) Here are some of the highlights from today’s games! If you haven’t, don’t forget to meet the players of the Crypto World Cup! The Results Match 1 With a final score of 1-0, Jamie Dimon (Serbia) has won his first game of the Crypto World … Read The Full Article On CryptoCurrencyNews.com…

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The Crypto World Cup: Meet the Players, Guess Who Wins

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It’s time for the next saga in our crypto game adventures – the Crypto World Cup! The world of crypto has a lot of big names. It’s about time they faced off with one another. Who will come out on top? Let’s meet the players! Crypto World Cup: Who’s Who Our crypto representatives come from all walks of crypto – token developers, crypto advocates, analysts, even some crypto naysayers. All of our fabulous crypto representatives were assigned randomly to a country playing in the FIFA World Cup. Their progress in…

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EOS dApps: What’s Getting Built on the EOS Blockchain?

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Now that the EOS mainnet has launched, it’s a good time to check in with EOS dApps. How many dApps are there on the EOS blockchain? What are they? EOS dApps The EOS dApp ecosystem is evolving, with many new projects popping up. EOSIO Dapp Ecosystem is growing #eosio pic.twitter.com/YGVcrNiPnu — Daniel Larimer (@bytemaster7) June 1, 2018   On EOSindex, a site that lists all the EOS dApps under development, there are over 140 dApps listed (although the site only provides a very base description of most dApps). … Read…

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EOS Bugs Pay for Themselves: 11 Bugs Found, Nearly $120K Paid

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People have been on the lookout for EOS bugs ever since the first big EOS vulnerability was discovered days before the EOS mainnet was set to launch. Now, more bugs have been found, and almost $120 thousand was paid for their discovery. The Cry for Help The initial bug that set things off was discovered by a Chinese internet security firm. This vulnerability would have allowed the EOS blockchain to be taken over by one clever hacker. After being reported, the bug was quickly dealt with by Block.one, but soon…

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EOS and Binance Coin (BNB): Coming Up Hot, Hot, Hot

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EOS and Binance Coin (BNB) are up on the crypto market today, with Binance Coin taking the lead in the top 100 coin race. What’s happening to these coins? Let’s find out! EOS EOS is currently selling for $14.03, which puts the coin up 1.99% in the past 24 hours. EOS’s price has been fairly steady for the past day, with no big jumps in either direction. Before EOS launched its mainnet, a vulnerability was found in the code that could have caused devastating consequences for the blockchain network. That…

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EOS Vulnerability: Will the EOS Mainnet Launch Be Delayed?

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An EOS vulnerability was discovered that could have potentially caused the EOS mainnet launch to be delayed. The 360 Vulcan team from Qihoo 360, a Chinese internet security firm, discovered the vulnerability and reported it to the EOS team to take immediate action. The 360 Vulcan team released a report (English version) detailing what they had discovered. The EOS Vulnerability In short, the EOS vulnerability would allow an attacker to build a smart contract with malicious code and infiltrate the EOS mainnet with it. EOS supernodes would put the malicious smart…

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