Brianne Rivlin has been writing within the internet field for over seven years. During the last few years, she has been heavily inundated with the blockchain, virtual currency, and Ethereum technologies.
December 9th 2016
Major Universities Win Blockchain Voting Systems Competition
The Kaspersky Lab Cybersecurity Case Study Competition was a challenge to create a blockchain technology solution for securing digital voting systems. Three universities from the U.S. won the competition.
December 6th 2016
U.S. Federal Reserve Publishes Paper on the Blockchain Technology
Since the innovative space of the fintech sector is seeing an unprecedented amount of blockchain application, the US Federal Reserve published a paper on the exploration of the new technology.
December 1st 2016
Winners of the Blockchain Startup Contest Announced: Etherisc and Status
Blockchain Startup Contest winners include Ethereum-based Etherisc, a flight delay Dapp, and Status, a mobile light client.
November 29th 2016
Dutch Logistics Consortium to Explore Blockchain Technology
Sixteen public and private sector companies based in the Netherlands join together to explore blockchain technology in the logistics sector.
November 3rd 2016
Ethereum Name Service Will Bridge the Gap to Mainstream Adoption
ENS lets users register and use human-readable names like 'vitalik.eth' instead of cryptographic addresses like '0x32b724f073ec346edd64b0cc67757e4f6fe42950'. Today, they launched on the Ropsten testnet.
November 18th 2016
Arcade City Christopher David Steps Down: Interview with the New Mayor
Christopher David decides to step away from his CEO position of “Mayor”, and hands the new title over to Ethereum community member, Bernd Lapp. ETHNews interviews Bernd Lapp on the crowdsale and new Arcade City developments.