Hey all, today we’ll be doing a deep dive into the past, present and future of the second biggest crypto.
Will Ethereum seize its potential or fall by the wayside?
Decentralized browser Brave has implemented Brave Ads, a system that pays its users for watching ads.
Basically, whenever you watch an ad using Brave you get 70% of the ad revenue.
But is this program all it’s cracked up to be?
Exciting news guys! Blockchain Decrypted is doing a survey with a $100 Amazon gift card raffle!
I’m looking for people with at least a basic understanding of cryptocurrency to answer some questions about a potential course I’ll be making.
If that sounds like you, feel free to sign up!
Look at it this way, if only 10 people sign up for my survey, you have a 10% chance to get a $100 Amazon gift card, free.
Seems pretty good to me!
This also means the survey application deadline is Sunday, April 7th at 11:30 AM EST. If you don’t sign up by then, unfortunately you won’t be a part of the raffle!
The winner will be shared (anonymously or with a first/first & last name, whichever they prefer) here on Blockchain Decrypted and our Facebook page.
The winner will be contacted via e-mail on Sunday at around 3:00 PM EST depending on the number of applicants.
Anyone with an understanding of crypto and an interest in online courses will really be helping me out by taking the survey. They’ll be earning a prize too.
Please note that it’s critical you put a real e-mail address into the survey if you want to participate in the raffle. You will be told if you’re the winner via e-mail.
Your e-mail will not be shared with anyone, and we will not send you a single e-mail unless you want us to.
Here’s hoping I get some participants! Thanks for reading, and I hope to see you participating in Blockchain Decrypted’s first raffle!
***UPDATE***Unfortunately, due to lack of entrants the raffle has been postponed. Only 5 people signed up, minimum participation was 15 people. Better luck next time!
Here’s a brief fact sheet on Ethereum’s Constantinople hard fork:
Released on February 28th, 2019, Ethereum’s Constantinople upgrade introduced a number of key features. These features include delaying the “difficulty bomb” to ensure continuance of the blockchain before PoS (Proof of Stake) is released. Additionally, excessive gas prices are being reduced, resulting in cheaper gas prices for various actions on the Ethereum blockchain.
Dash has released Evolution 0.13, a massive update that greatly increases its functionality. One of the primary new features is InstantSend, enabling instantaneous transactions.
Will this update be enough to breathe life into the struggling cryptocurrency?
Coinbase has launched their innovative program Coinbase Earn, which pays you to learn about cryptocurrency. Pay me to learn about crypto, you say? Where do I sign up!?
To learn more read on…
MultiVac, a blockchain platform similar to Ethereum, has announced that they may have solved the scalability issues plaguing blockchain technology.
Multivac states that their network has achieved a whopping 30,784 transactions per second. In comparison, bitcoin has about 5 and Ethereum has 10 transactions per second.
If this is true, this announcement is a game changer.
Medici Ventures (a subsidiary of Overstock) has invested in a decentralized competitor of Facebook named Minds.
The total amount invested in series A is over $6 million. Minds is an extremely innovative social network that pays its users to participate.
The blockchain manufacturing market is expected to be worth $30 million by 2020, according to a recent market report. By 2025, the report states that the blockchain manufacturing sector will be worth over 560 million dollars.
This is an absolutely staggering level of growth. That’s almost a twenty fold increase in value in just seven years. Logistics and supply chain management applications will be what causes a large portion of the growth.
What does this level of growth mean for the average person looking for a job in the blockchain industry?
You’ve studied blockchain. You’re enthusiastic about it. Now you’re all set to find a job.
What are the most in demand blockchain jobs? You’ve come to the right place to find out. Beyond the obvious answer of “blockchain developer”, there are several other opportunities to explore. These jobs will be ranked from most in demand to least.