Compound to offer cross-chain borrowing via Gateway
by Cointelegraph By Martin Young on March 4, 2021 at 2:14 am
Cross-chain collateral will soon be available with Compound Finance.
100-artist NFT collaboration sells out in minutes, increases 7X in price in 24 hours
by Cointelegraph By Joshua Mapperson on March 4, 2021 at 1:47 am
The limited-edition NFT artworks are already selling for thousands more than the original price. They combine work from 100 unique artists who might not have entered the space on their own.
Bull flag breakout sets a $55,000 target for Bitcoin price
by Cointelegraph By Jordan Finneseth on March 4, 2021 at 1:33 am
Bitcoin bulls are looking to eliminate a key overhead resistance level in order to create a path to $55,000.
‘I can’t believe you morons actually buy this shit’: Banksy art burned and tokenized
by Cointelegraph By Greg Thomson on March 4, 2021 at 12:00 am
The satirical piece by Banksy pokes fun at the shallow, bloated art industry... So, what would he think about NFTs?
New staking and governance features back Ocean Protocol’s 40% rally
by Cointelegraph By Jordan Finneseth on March 3, 2021 at 11:05 pm
Ocean Protocol’s new governance features and the ability to yield farm OCEAN tokens are improving the fundamentals of the decentralized data monetization platform.
Energy Web Token (EWT) rallies 50% shortly after listing on Kraken
by Cointelegraph By Jordan Finneseth on March 3, 2021 at 7:50 pm
Plans to introduce staking and the recent listing on Kraken pushed Energy Web Token’s trading volume and price to a new all-time high.
DeFi who? NFTs are the new hot stars on the crypto block
by Cointelegraph By António Madeira on March 3, 2021 at 5:53 pm
NFTs are taking over from where DeFi left off, and data suggests asset tokenization will dominate 2021.
Kings of Leon is releasing an album as an NFT
by Cointelegraph By Helen Partz on March 3, 2021 at 4:15 pm
Kings of Leon returns after a four-year break with an exclusive album NFT sale.
- India Research Labs fuelling IBM’s forays into the future by Jochelle Mendonca on Feb 15, 2019, 09.05 AM IST IBM said its researchers were working to revolutionize the food supply chain and listed five innovations that will change how food moves from farms to tables in five years, three of which can trace their origins to the company’s India research lab.
Using blockchain, artificial intelligence, and the internet-of-things, IBM’s researchers are looking to improve farm productivity, prevent waste, detect bad bacteria in food, detect counterfeit or diluted products, and recycle the plastic that…