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Qtum’s Block Size Limit Will Be Governed by Smart Contracts: Here’s How

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Qtum’s Block Size Limit Will Be Governed by Smart Contracts: Here’s How

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Qtum is an up and coming smart contract platform set to launch in September of this year Sometimes ambitiously referring to itself as China s Ethereum the project recently raised 15 million in three days through a successful crowdsale or Initial Coin Offering Coin spectator is an automated news aggregation service. All copyrights belong to their respective owners. Images and text owned by copyright holders are used in reference to and promotion of those respective parties. Read in Full
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Social Messaging App Kik Will Bring Crypto Tokens to Teen Market

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Is Bitcoin In A Bubble, And Does It Matter?

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Hyperledger Moves Blockchain Frameworks Sawtooth and Iroha Forward, Adds Members

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DCG’s Bitcoin Scaling Proposal and What it Needs to Succeed

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Using Blockchain Tech to Keep Concert Ticket Prices Honest

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