“YouTube has aggressively started deleting cryptocurrency-related content from some of the biggest influencers in the industry. YouTube suddenly began deleting a number of cryptocurrency videos on Dec. 23. YouTube has not yet released a public statement on why they are banning crypto-related content.
This is an attack not only on crypto, but on the entire notion of free speech. Centralized platforms have become way too big and powerful for their own good and their deplatforming is the reason decentralized platforms will conquer.
It may be time the crypto community take a stab at its own blockchain-enabled sensorship-resistant social media platform.”
- Chainlink: 500%
- Synthetix: 200%
- Tezos: 190%
- BNB: 140%
- Litecoin: 40%
- BAT: 35%
- BCH: 30%
- Ether: 20%
- EOS: 10%
- Cosmos: Token Issued, currently trading @ $4.20 from $0.001 in Jan
“The top 50 blockchain-related stocks are ranked based on their average daily market value over the past six months.
SSE’s market capitalization is $3.12 trillion, making it the fourth largest in Asia and the eighth largest in the world. Major exchanges are beginning to list indexes that track blockchain and cryptocurrency-related firms.“
“According to the new alternative proposal by Vitalik, eth1-friendly validators would be expected to maintain both the old Ethereum 1.0 node and the Ethereum 2.0 Beacon Chain.
Validators that want to participate in the eth1 system can register themselves as eth1-friendly validators, and would be expected to maintain an eth1 full node in addition to their beacon node. The eth1 full node would download all blocks on shard 0 and maintain an updated full eth1 state.”
“Following the first token distribution, HBAR plummetted by over 90 percent. In response, Harman said the company was reviewing the project’s token economics model.
Participating SAFT holders would receive additional allocations of coins, made on an annual basis, the cumulative sum of which, over time, would equal the value of their original principal investment, in exchange for stretching out the release schedule for their remaining coins.
The offer is optional; investors who choose not to sign up for the new program will remain on their existing SAFTs without change.”
“The decision comes as a surprise to many, as the country has previously displayed a relatively lenient stance toward digital currencies.
The law, [however], could prove ineffective, given that Uzbeks could use a virtual private network — or VPN — to bypass the ban and access foreign cryptocurrency trading platforms.”