The New Zealand (NZ)-based Cryptopia, a cryptocurrency exchange platform that was badly hacked two times in one month of January 2019, has declared that it has officially resumed its normal trading activities. The exchange recommenced trading on 40 trade pairs more than 60 days after losing millions of dollars to hackers.
The U. S. Security and Exchange Commission announced on February 20, 2019, that cryptocurrency startup Gladius Network LLC had formally settled charges of functioning on unregistered securities offerings.
The blockchain industry has witnessed the introduction of several solutions directed at helping with the number one issue faced by developers on the network— scalability. This problem persists despite the availability of solutions like "state channels."
Ethereum (ETH) developments happened at each level of the ETH ‘stack’ that includes the core protocol and the users who launch it known as ‘Layer 1.’ This development includes the supporting developer tools and facility, which enable engineering on ETH’s potential. It also includes ‘off chain’ technologies, which enables developers to create fast and performant applications. It further includes the goods and commercial enterprises built on ETH, according to a hackernoon report.
The National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA), U.S-based, is analyzing blockchain as a means to guarantee the privacy and security of aircraft flight information, according to an official paper published on the agency’s website on Monday.
Ripple Labs, based in San Francisco, has now consolidated its lawsuits that are still ongoing into one tractable federal action. This effort has been dubbed "tactical brilliance" and "slick" by Jake Chervinsky, Securities litigation attorney, Kobre & Kim. It now meets all the necessary requirements that are specified under the U.S. Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA).