EtherWorld's weekly: November 26, 2017

Blockchain weekly news, technology and project update.

EtherWorld's weekly: November 26, 2017

(Blockchain eNewspaper)


World news

Ethereum News


Developer's Update

Good Reads on Blockchain

Print, Video, Podcast & Interviews


New Projects and White Paper

  • NucleusVision - IoT based contactless identification system, empowering retailers to identify and better serve their customers. Video

  • DIVIDEND — an Ethereum smart contract that distributes ETH to shareholders

  • Hdac - IoT Contract & M2M Payment Platform based on Blockchain

  • Choon - Music streaming service and digital payments ecosystem powered by the Ethereum blockchain.

  • Project Entropy - Floating hackspaces powered by Ethereum.

  • Tip - Q&A on Ethereum.

  • Ink - Decentralized reputation and payments for peer-to-peer marketplaces.

  • Velcron - Multi-party state channels.

  • EthMailer - Send encrypted communications to a registered ethereum address. Reddit

  • Juncture - Choose-your-own-adventure using IPFS and Ethereum

  • GhostKat - p2p media using webtorrent (Swarm in future) and Ethereum. GitHub

  • ToastyCoin - The continuation of burnable payments. Reddit

Project updates and Press Release


  • Ether (ETH) reached all time high $480 against USD

  • Bitfinex is under DDoS attack. The DDoS attack started during earlier maintenance and has been ongoing since.





ICO or Token Sale

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