User Posts: Philipp Traugott

Ethereum versus EOS Similarly to how Ethereum was seen as Bitcoins successor, EOS is viewed as the next evolutionary step forward in the world of blockchain ...

Throughout 2017 and into this year, the conversation about bitcoin (and altcoins) has changed fairly dramatically. It was a gradual change, so it’s ...

The cryptocurrency market is booming, and we cannot ignore the fact that there are over 850 different alternative cryptocurrencies in the market today. Every ...

The alarm bells ring out and panic often ensues every time there is a crash in cryptocurrencies. A range of analysts have recently weighed in on whether ...

There are many aspects about cryptocurrency most people have never heard of, and one of these technological features goes by the name of Hashed Timelock ...

Create a new Earth for every grain of sand on Earth, and there are 26 billion unique Bitcoin addresses for each grain of sand on each of those Earths. It's ...

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  1. Thanks for the suggestion! We regularly update our articles (especially listings) to add new legit projects. Loom is certainly one such, will be added in the next update.

  2. Always funny to be attacked for “non-factual” claims by commentators that bring nothing but their opinion to the table. Be my guest, point out the false claims and prove the author wrong with arguments as your opinion is irrelevant, especially as you are probably a Doge bag holder.

  3. Thank you for the comment, but you didn’t really refute anything – you just openly or implicitly insulted me, but that is ok :). Oligopoly is what every dPoS system is, it is not pertinent only to Ark and that is what I said in the article. And I have no ties with Lisk, their cartel problem is long known but what makes you think that Ark doesn’t have/will not have such problem as well? Because Ark’s delegates have good souls? Think again ;).

  4. Agreed!

  5. Thanks for the comment! We all nobodies, aren’t we? 😉

  6. Thanks for the comment! However, there is no proof for what you are saying, so it is more likely an exit scam than an honest security gap exploited by a hacker.

  7. Thanks for the info – good to see voice of reason coming from within the community. As expected, we are getting a lot of hate for this post.