From a big pile of EOS bounties to toilets on the Tron blockchain, here’s a look at some of the stories breaking in the world of crypto.
EOS has handed out the vast majority of all bug bounties on record. To date, the company has rewarded hackers with more than $440,000 for finding loopholes in its platform.
According to Hard Fork, that’s two thirds of all crypto bug bounties in 2018.
Tron is putting toilets on the blockchain. A new partnership with China-based portable toilet maker MOSHROOM will let people pay to use the bathroom via cryptocurrency. The companies will begin by targeting Southeast Asia and India.
Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin
A new poll from the American Institute of CPAs finds that 48% of Americans are completely unfamiliar with Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.
Of those who are familiar with cryptocurrencies, 24% think they will rise in value over the next year; 29% think they’ll fall; 35% say they’ll fluctuate wildly; and 12% say they’ll remain stable.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao is offering a sneak peek at the company’s new decentralized cryptocurrency exchange. Zhao says he hopes to launch the new platform sometime this year.
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