Solana markets itself as a massive improvement over Ethereum because of its higher throughput and lower fees—a pitch which is probably familiar to Unbounded Capital readers.
There’s always a new killer blockchain that’s touted to change everything and speculators flock to them, but inevitably, it all comes crashing down or fades into insignificance as technical limitations come up against reality.
Solana had a transaction flood incident which split the network as validators came out of sync with one another under a possible denial of service attack. Their solution? Just reboot it.
The suspects were accused of using misleading information and photos of beautiful women to lure mostly older and retired men to their scam, Taiwanese authorities said.
Bitcoin is not an investment product; it is simply a technology. To be fair, it isn’t exactly the same as technology products in the past, where paying for its use was completely separate from the platform itself.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has signaled again that decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms aren't immune from legal scrutiny.
A British NFT collector is thanking his lucky stars after a hacker returned £244,000 they stole by selling him a fake Banksy NFT via OpenSea and even involved a link from Banksy’s official website.
It seems like every week we are reporting on problems related to the Ethereum network. This week, Vitalik Buterin’s brainchild was rocked by a critical bug that affected an estimated 54% of nodes.
Wondering why Ethereum NFTs are so successful? Here is their recipe for success for creating an NFT market that prospers.
As part of its goal to become the world’s “tech superpower,” China’s central government is intensifying the crackdown on technology sectors.
The U.S. securities regulator recently brought charges against Gregory Keough and Derek Acree, and their Cayman Islands company for raising $30 million by selling illegal securities via so-called smart contracts.