It is not a fun day for cryptocurrency holders, and the worst may not even be in the past either. It is evident there are a lot of major losses across the board, with some currencies even noting 21% drops in USD value. For Tezos, things are not looking great by any means, although most […]
Anthony Lusardi, the Director of Ethereum Classic [ETC] Cooperative, spoke about how the token is overlooked and overshadowed by Ethereum [ETH] and Bitcoin [BTC]. On a Crypto Insider interview, he also mentioned how it is not possible to build sizeable dApps with the current blockchain technology. Lusardi explained how ETC is overlooked when it comes […]
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange RightBTC announced this week it has reached a strategic cooperation agreement with ViewNodes to deliver one-stop
In an announcement on Monday, the Tezos Foundation announced that it has entered into a partnership with B9Lab to create Tezos specific educational and training programs. The B9 lab is a leading provider of blockchain education and training programs. Its services range from an online academy to advisory and talent services for small startups and large enterprise clients. Established in 2014, the b9Labs community has grown in excess of 13000 students, including 1,300 developers, spanning across 125 countries. Stating about the online academy, Damien Ducourty said, “We are excited to work with the Tezos Foundation to bring high-quality education to the Tezos community and beyond.” According to the blog, “The courses in development include a free introductory Tezos 101 as well as a paid developer course. Both courses are scheduled to be launched in 2019. The Tezos Foundation will also sponsor 250 talented developers to participate in a Tezos Blockstars program to be coordinated by B9 Labs.” All the developers who are interested in joining this course which will include free admission to the “Tezos Developer Course” will complete an initial hacker rank code before asked to join the Blockstars Cohort. “B9lab is a leader in training programs for blockchain projects and we are excited to partner with them,” said Ryan Jesperson, President of the Tezos Foundation. The foundation is also in talks with a number of different training programs to expand the offerings available to the Tezos community and larger blockchain ecosystem. It will formally announce additional partners once it has completed its due diligence and onboarding process. With an aim to support the Tezos protocol and ecosystem, the Tezos Foundation aims to fund initiatives imagined by scientists, researchers, developers, entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts alike. Earlier this year in September, the Tezos mainnet was ultimately launched after the beta net period experienced a smooth completion. See Also: Tezos seeks ‘Big Four’ PwC’s help in projecting investor-friendly image Tezos continues to surge following Kraken listing: XTZ Technical Analysis
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Several leading Tezos block validators (or “bakers”) are reaching their capacity as users continue to delegate tokens that exceed baker limits. This is a problem with far-reaching ramifications, as users who stake their tokens with overburdened bakers will not get their rewards. Luckily, there is a solution, and there are plenty of bakers with the …
The notion that knowledge is power has been discussed by one and all, from Machiavelli to” little finger”. Knowledge is, of course, a lot more than that. The primacy of this fact is not…
Kingsland University has announced that it has partnered with Tezos in order to provide new blockchain education opportunities. Kingsland already provides a number of blockchain programs, and now it will offer courses specifically focusing on Tezos. Tezos Partners with Kingsland University Tezos is a relatively new blockchain. After recovering from damaged credibility, it launched its …
Arthur Breitman, Tezos co-founder, talked about the path that the Tezos platform took since they launched the project to the market. Carlos is an international relations’ analyst specializing in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Since 2017, Carlos has written extensively for UseTheBitcoin and other leading cryptocurrency sites; with over 2,000 articles published.
The Tezos Foundation, overseers of the Tezos liquid proof-of-stake blockchain protocol, recently announced a grants program to support the training of
Trezor, the cryptocurrency hardware wallet brand from Satoshi Labs, has launched a firmware update for their Model One and Model T cryptocurrency wallet which has added support for Monero, Cardano, Stellar, Ripple, Tezos, Decred, Groestlcoin, Lisk, and Zencash, the company announced in a blog post on November 7, 2018. Updates…
Розробники апаратних гаманців Trezor повідомили у Twitter про нові версії програмного забезпечення для Model T (2.0.9) та Trezor One (1.7.1). https://twitter.com/Trezor/status/1060215176945942531 Деталі Відомо, що в Trezor Model T додали підтримку Monero, Cardano, Stellar, Ripple, Tezos, Decred, Groestlcoin, Lisk, Zencash та Zcash Sapling. У Trezor One додали підтримку протоколу WebUSB. Він дає змогу користувачам Trezor Password Manager […]
Arthur Breitman, the shy co-founder of Tezos, talks about the roller coaster ride that he’s been on since the launch of the project.