Justin Sun Not Giving the Tesla to The Winner they Announced First

Earlier this month Founder of TRON and owner of BitTorrent, Justin Sun, announced on Twitter an $20 million giveaway. To take part in the drawing all the user needed to do was to follow and retweet. The event got a lot of attention also because they would pick a winner for e Tesla on March 27th.

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Eos’ Dan Larimer: “I Could Take Down BTC and ETH With Just 3 Pool Operators”

Daniel Larimer, the founder of EOS (which raised more than 4 billion dollars during the ICO), has claimed in a comment on Twitter that he could without much effort “bring down” the decentralized blockchain systems of Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Initially, he posted a question on Twitter asking: How many people do you have to hold hostage to censor all the transactions on your decentralized blockchain?

“How many innocent people would you have to hold ransom to get #bitcoin or #eth miners to reverse a transaction? Would miners and mining pool operators be subject to class action lawsuits if people died

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Coinbase is Giving Away $50 in Stellar Lumens (XLM)

Coinbase launched a giveaway program that aims to distribute 1 Billion XLM to US users. Each person can earn up to $50 while watching videos and learning about crypto.

The company declared the news on its Twitter profile, saying that any qualified US client can learn about the Stellar technology and get a reward of $10 to $50 worth of XLM. The source of these give away will be the Stellar Development Foundation fund.

Coinbase Adds Support for Stellar Paying Users to Learn About it

Coinbase which is one of the most innovative exchanges aims to dominate the blockchain sector. … Read the rest

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Brave Can Destroy Google’s and Facebook’s Business Model

We have been talking a lot recently about Brave and their Basic Attention Token (BAT) because a real adoption is happening with this coin while Brave gets more market share among the browsers.

Braves intention is to take Google’s and Facebook’s place as an intermediary for publishers and advertisers. While Google and Facebook collect information about you while you browse the net, Brave does not collect any information about you.

The user will see ads only if he agrees to see ads. But why would the user agree to see ads? Because they will get paid if they do that.… Read the rest

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