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Jason Civalleri is a law student and MBA-graduate passionate for blockchain and distributed ledger innovation. His first exposure to blockchain was his investment in Bitcoin in 2011, and he built his first miner for the Ethereum network in January 2016.
Oct 14th, 2017
The City of Angels – known for its warm beaches, unparalleled entertainment, and large technological presence – is establishing itself as a strong collaborative node in the decentralized ecosystem with blockchain events.
Meet The Unknown, Maverick White Hat Who Rescued Additional Accounts During This Week’s Attack [UPDATED]
Jul 21st, 2017
Acting almost instinctually, the unaffiliated Ukrainian EDCC engineer took it upon himself to secure vulnerable wallets and return them to their rightful owners in the Ethereum community.
Jul 20th, 2017
Recently created “Parity” multisig wallets are still exploitable; wallets created through Geth or MyEtherWallet and single-user wallets are unaffected. White Hat hacking group saved a large amount of Ether from attack, which it intends to return to wallet holders.
Jul 19th, 2017
Professors, Ethereum Foundation (EF) contributors, and top students and developers join the Initiative for CryptoCurrencies & Contracts (IC3) Ethereum Crypto Bootcamp in Cornell for a weeklong hackathon.
Jul 12th, 2017
The blockchain community joins its internet brethren which include Amazon, Netflix, Twitter, and reddit to fight for net neutrality. This is how the upcoming FCC decision can affect the ecosystem and users like you.
Jul 7th, 2017
Major European attorneys and blockchain companies submit the “European Regulatory Initiative Report” to the EU, outlining a plan for unique legal treatment of blockchain-empowered assets.
Jul 4th, 2017
Coin Center’s Peter Van Valkenburgh describes the ongoing battle to influence Congress’s opinion of public blockchains, and key battlegrounds the outcomes of which will affect the whole industry.
Jul 4th, 2017
Ethereum core developers ask community for their best “seemingly harmless” executable distributed code contracts (EDCC) written in Solidity that can be used in ways not apparent to readers.
The Ethereum Community Demonstrates Its Strength: How Ethereum Solved Its Own “Block-Size Controversy”
Jun 30th, 2017
Slow transaction times, high transaction fees, and a static gas limit were plaguing the Ethereum network, leading some to wonder if this was the emergence of a rift between miners and developers. But in less than a month, the two factions worked together to raise the gas limit and avoided what could have become Ethereum’s own block-size stand-off.
Jun 28th, 2017
A draft proposal contains recommendations for licensure requirements for those conducting virtual currency businesses across states.
May 31st, 2017
Senate Bill 398, which includes last minute amendments to ensure all DLT transactions are included, will now head to the governor’s office for signature.
Legal Experts At Token Summit Struggle To Agree On How To Advise In The Grey Areas Of Blockchain Law
May 26th, 2017
Some of the blockchain industry’s greatest legal minds joined as panelists at the Token Summit, finding more questions than answers in the areas of regulations and recent government actions.
May 23rd, 2017
Introducing SAFT – IPFS’s attempt at an opensource legal framework to guide blockchain startups on how to launch a legal and ethical ICO.
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