Swedish Company Cryex that Tried to Build Blockchains for Banks is Being Bought Out (news.bitcoin.com)

Cryex, a company that intended to build blockchains for banks, is being sold off for bottom dollar. The business started to face difficult economic times, according to a news piece published today in Swedish media. The Swedish-based bitcoin exchange Safello are buying in exchange for shares, no cash involved, according to reports. Cryex

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Op Ed: Three Technical Requirements to Connect Blockchains Without a Token (bitcoinmagazine.com)

In my last post, I was talking about how connecting all blockchains is the final stepping stone for mass-crypto adoption. Here I want to outline the technical building blocks with which this idea can be implemented.Since I see a lot of downsides to having one large uber-blockchain connecting all others, I will focus on a token-LESS solution. This would have several advantages:No…

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Op Ed:Why Connecting All the Blockchains Is the Final Step for Mass Adoption (bitcoinmagazine.com)

Since the start of Bitcoin in January 2009, we have seen the introduction of a multitude of blockchains across all kinds of areas and financial markets. Today, we can count hundreds of public blockchains that amount to a total market cap of almost $ 100 billion, excluding many more private blockchain installations.Last year, we saw the emergence of precious metal-backed tokens and derivatives, entirely new asset classes representing entire ecosystems and even ETF tokens to invest into other…

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