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Members Digest 10th of october

Secure bitcoins

Bearish: the US-based crypto exchange Bittrex announced a delisting of Bitshares (BTS), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), and Bitcoin Private (BTCP). One of the world’s leading crypto exchanges Binance announced a delisting of 4 coins and tokens, such as CHAT, ICN, TRIG, and privacy-oriented Bytecoin (BCN), which was listed there just 5 months ago, and suffered a huge pump and dump after that. Extra: Binance changed their listing fee policy, so going forward, the company will make all listing fees transparent and donate 100% of them to charity.

Bullish: TRON (TRX) has upgraded its mainnet to Odyssey 3.1 with a series of improvements like the TRON Committee function and the TRON Virtual Machine (TVM), a smart contracts environment. Developers made TVM fully compatible with Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) in attempt to allow many DApp developers to migrate from EVM to TVM. Justin Sun, a founder of TRON, claimed on Twitter that TRON will be 200x faster than ETH, and 100x cheaper than EOS, but many users wonder what would be the trade-offs of the performance improvement.

Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com, revealed that a company is planning to buy or develop its own cryptocurrency exchange with Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as a base-currency. Roger Ver also stated in the interview to CryptoGlobe that they are working on integrating privacy features to Bitcoin.com wallet, and probably within this year people will be able to spend Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in every major merchant in the U.S. The details are not clear, but Roger hinted on Reddit that the company is working with retail POS software vendor to include BCH payments in their product.

EOS: “Sw/eden” Block Producer noticed the hack of EOS account, blacklisted accounts associated with a hack, and later rescued $12 million worth of EOS. Blacklisting feature saved millions of EOS from hackers in the past 4 months, but it was the first time a hack was discovered by Block Producers, and an account was blacklisted without an order from EOS Core Arbitration Forum (ECAF). Reminder: in the end of September, many EOS Block Producers, including Huobi, were accused in mutually voting for each other to cement their BP positions.

Bittrex: the US-based crypto exchange Bittrex announced a delisting of Bitshares (BTS), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), and Bitcoin Private (BTCP). One of the world’s leading crypto exchanges Binance announced a delisting of 4 coins and tokens, such as CHAT, ICN, TRIG, and privacy-oriented Bytecoin (BCN), which was listed there just 5 months ago, and suffered a huge pump and dump after that. Extra: Binance changed their listing fee policy, so going forward, the company will make all listing fees transparent and donate 100% of them to charity.

Bullish: TRON (TRX) has upgraded its mainnet to Odyssey 3.1 with a series of improvements like the TRON Committee function and the TRON Virtual Machine (TVM), a smart contracts environment. Developers made TVM fully compatible with Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) in attempt to allow many DApp developers to migrate from EVM to TVM. Justin Sun, a founder of TRON, claimed on Twitter that TRON will be 200x faster than ETH, and 100x cheaper than EOS, but many users wonder what would be the trade-offs of the performance improvement.

Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com, revealed that a company is planning to buy or develop its own cryptocurrency exchange with Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as a base-currency. Roger Ver also stated in the interview to CryptoGlobe that they are working on integrating privacy features to Bitcoin.com wallet, and probably within this year people will be able to spend Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in every major merchant in the U.S. The details are not clear, but Roger hinted on Reddit that the company is working with retail POS software vendor to include BCH payments in their product.

EOS: “Sw/eden” Block Producer noticed the hack of EOS account, blacklisted accounts associated with a hack, and later rescued $12 million worth of EOS. Blacklisting feature saved millions of EOS from hackers in the past 4 months, but it was the first time a hack was discovered by Block Producers, and an account was blacklisted without an order from EOS Core Arbitration Forum (ECAF). Reminder: in the end of September, many EOS Block Producers, including Huobi, were accused in mutually voting for each other to cement their BP positions.

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