October 7th

“Devcon is an annual gathering held by the Ethereum Foundation. Programming covers content ranging from the deeply technical to the profoundly human.

We host Devcon to educate and empower the community to build and use decentralized systems. Our goal is to push the boundaries of possibility in our mission to bring decentralized protocols, tools, and culture to the world.”

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“The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the consortium charged with creating standards for businesses to build applications using the ethereum blockchain, has created a system of reward tokens to incentivize groups of companies. The system is backed by Microsoft and Intel.

There are three types of tokens used to motivate participation: a reward token, a reputation token, and a penalty token. This sort of tokenization lets organizations use economic bets and voting to guide decision-making.

Devcon 5 will be where attendees will experience how ethereum – enabled by EEA member-driven standards – delivers real-world value through tokenized enterprise solutions.”

“The plaintiffs are represented by Vel Freedman and Kyle Roche – the lawyers who recently won a federal case against Craig Wright.

The crimes committed by Tether, Bitfinex, Crypto Capital, and their executives include Bank Fraud, Money Laundering; Monetary Transactions Derived From Specified Unlawful Activities, Operating an Unlicensed Money Transmitting Business, and Wire Fraud.

The plaintiffs further claim Bitfinex and Tether ‘shared false information about USDT being backed 1:1 by U.S. dollars‘ and allege the USDT was used to purchase bitcoin to inflate the crypto market.”

“John McAfee has launched a decentralized exchange (DEX) running on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain.

McAfee DEX reportedly will entail no Know Your Customer checks, block no jurisdictions and charge a single platform fee of 0.25% for takers. It will not charge maker fees and will also reportedly be open sourced. Any ETH-based token (ERC-20 standard) can be added without a fee to the beta version, with more unspecified tokens to be supported in the future.

Centralized exchanges are our weak point. A distributed exchange can’t be shut down by anyone.”

“I have now entered into a voluntary settlement agreement where the vast majority of my assets and all of the Estate’s assets are being returned to QCX to benefit the Affected Users. These assets originally came from QCX at the direction of Gerry.

Robertson added that she had “no direct knowledge” of how Quadriga operated and was unaware that Cotten had commingled client and corporate funds. The settlement is pending approval from a judge.”

“The NBA’s Sacramento Kings are the first U.S. professional sports team to develop a crypto token for fan rewards. Further, the token, called Kings Token, will pair with a predictive gaming platform the team has developed in anticipation of the legalization of sports betting in California.

Forty-one games of 20,000 people – I’m going to go ahead and say that many of those people don’t own any crypto whatsoever. Suddenly by downloading the Golden 1 Center app, they are going to have an ERC-20 wallet with an ERC-20 token.”

“Japan’s oldest brokerage has formed a blockchain-focused partnership with the operator of the country’s most popular messenger. Nomura said that the venture will be developing financial services utilizing blockchain technology.”