by Florin Oprea
William Suberg – The Cointelegraph
The Ethereum network has recorded 410,000 transactions in the last 24 hours – more than any Blockchain ever.
PHILIPP SANDNER, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center: While this is fascinating it is still not much given the market cap of 27 bn. USD.
FAO: Ethereum is steadily growing.
Michael del Castillo – CoinDesk
Ripple is planning to set up operations in China, but no, it’s not doing so with the help of one of the region’s e-commerce giants.
FAO: Great to finally pick up some fresh news about Ripple’s development plans.
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Toast Wallet is now an official iOS app. This makes it easier for iPhone and iPad users to access and store their XRP holdings.
FAO: Oh and we have two stories in a row…
Eric Jackson – CNBC
FAO: CNBC interviewed David Sacks, a charter member of the so-called PayPal Mafia. Today’s must-read.
Via PRNewswire – Axoni announced the appointment of Joseph Ratterman as an independent member of the company’s board of directors.
Priyankar Bhunia – Open Gov Asia
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has been involved in several pioneering Blockchain initiatives since last year.
FAO: If you’re a reader of FinTech Daily News I am sure you are already used to a lot of fintech action from Australia lately.
Maria Konash – Coinspeaker
GoldMint launches the new token which takes all of the security advantages of its yellow metal counterpart, and is stable, transparent and non-volatile.
PHILIPP SANDNER, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center: Interesting to see such asset backed tokens emerging.
Geoffrey Caveney – Seeking Alpha
Litecoin was an early adopter of the SegWit and Lightning Network technologies that bitcoin is now adopting with the popular soft fork on August 1st.
FAO: See here what Charlie Lee said about Litecoin…
Indorse, a new platform based on Ethereum, is creating a truly decentralized professional social network. On this platform, you own all your data and get paid directly for contributions.
FAO: An alternative to the current model of social networks.
Yaya J. Fanusie & Boris Zilberman – The Hill
A few months ago, Russia created what could turn out to be its second “Sputnik,” although most of the world took little notice.
A Russian scientific institution successfully tested a blockchain technology platform that can theoretically withstand a hack from a quantum computer.
FAO: Yip, we reported it here.
FAO: Florin Adrian Oprea, Editor-in-chief Blockchain Daily News
DNT: Decebal Nicolaie Todarita, Editor Blockchain Daily News