Shane is an Editor and Writer for The Cryptograph based out of West Palm Beach, FL. His immense knowledge of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies goes beyond our standards of excellence. Shane has been involved with Cryptocurrencies since 2015 and has since helped author whitepapers, plan ICOs, and actively covers cryptocurrency news. Shane is currently a student pursuing a degree in Finance, taking courses at Harvard University and Palm Beach State College
Cardano (ADA) recently hit its 1-year milestone with a market cap of $2 billion. With Cardano being such an early stage project, we will be looking forward to what lies ahead for one of the most promising protocols in today’s cryptocurrency landscape.
MetaMask, a decentralized app (Dapp) browser extension, has been unceremoniously removed from the Android and Google Chrome marketplaces with no indication as to why, and if or when it will be restored.
The crypto world has been swirling with rumors of a possible new Coinbase listing. The most common opinion is that 0x will earn the highly coveted spot, which provides access to more than 20 million investors. To begin, 0x is an open, permissionless protocol allowing for ERC20 tokens to be traded on the Ethereum blockchain. Most of its utility is in powering decentralized exchanges.
EOS first garnered attention for raising $4 billion in its initial coin offering (16 times more money raised than the next largest ICO). Speculators have accused Block.one of artificially inflating the market cap of EOS, as well as providing artificially high liquidity in exchanges with the ICO funds.