#cardano #tron #eos

This week the New Kids On The Blockchain review the news of all things crypto and blockchain and we chat to Forrest, AKA Hashoshi , about third generation blockchains and who is winning the race with EOS, Tron and Cardano fast approaching from the rear as Ethereum struggles to beat its scaling issues. Will ETH maintain its position or be beaten by new nimble and scaleable soloutions?


FROM CCN: Bitcoin Troll Rips Crypto at Davos: ‘Overhyped’ Blockchain is ‘No Better Than Excel Spreadsheet’

By CCN.com: Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are the mother and father of all bubbles, and blockchain is nothing more than a “fancy database.” That’s what bitcoin-bashing New York University professor Nouriel Roubini said at the 2019 Blockchain Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Speaking on a one-person panel (perhaps so no one can challenge his anti-crypto FUD?), Roubini gloated over the current bear market. He insists that he was proven right in his rabid, longstanding opposition to bitcoin.

Also from Davos reported here by The Block

Jeff Schumacher (Founder, BCG Digital Ventures): “I do believe [bitcoin] will go to zero. I think it’s a great technology but I don’t believe it’s a currency. It’s not based on anything.”

FROM FORBES Data Shows Ripple (XRP) Might Have A Serious Problem

Ripple, a common name for the XRP digital token, currently boasts a market capitalization of almost $13 billion, however, Messari, a cryptocurrency data company, has suggested ripple’s market cap could be as much as $6 billion lower.

Ripple (XRP) has followed the wider cryptocurrency market lower over the last 12 months, losing some 80% of its value.

The circulation supply of ripple (XRP) is thought to be 41 billion according to CoinMarketCap.com, which tracks most major cryptocurrencies, but Messari has reported as much as 19.2 billion of that may be “illiquid or subject to significant selling restrictions”—suggesting its quoted market price may be wildly different from its actual value.

FROM CCN Leaked Crypto Exchange User KYC Data Doesn’t Affect Our Accounts: Binance

Binance, the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchange, has recently put out a statement claiming that the leaked cryptocurrency exchange user know-your-customer (KYC) data isn’t from its users, as it uses digital watermarks on every user picture it collects.


? https://coinmarketcap.com/




??Music by http://www.bensound.com

With any film clips used or news stories featured we are NOT claiming ownership and the copyright remains with the owner and we are using under fair use.

NB. All information shared here is for information only and should not be considered any kind of financial advice. Always do your own research.