NBA Is Dunking on the Blockchain Game

The Sacramento Kings, a Californian NBA team announced their second blockchain platform “Kings Live Auctions” on January 15th through Twitter. In the past, the team has also created a blockchain-based rewards program for their fans. The platform is a live auction bidding marketplace built on Ethereum, where the team will offer official game-worn merchandise to […]

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Telegram Attacks Apple, Musk on Crypto, WEF Debrief: Hodler’s Digest, Jan 20–26

Coming every Sunday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link. Top Stories This Week World Economic Forum debuts framework for central bank digital currency […]

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Kawhi Leonard Picked the Worst Possible Time to Get Caught in a Strip Club

A new leaked video shows Kawhi Leonard with a stripper dancing in his lap. An already tense Clippers locker room is about to get worse. LeBron James is a big winner in this controversy. Kawhi Leonard was just caught using his infamous “klaws” to practice some non-basketball activities. A video leaked shows the Clippers’ star […]

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The Holy Grail for DApps Moving Beyond Buzzword Status

Decentralized apps (DApp) continue to be a major focus point for developers in the crypto space. However, 2019 ended with DApps still far off from reaching their much-touted potential of being the “future of the internet.” DApp projects in 2019 continued to suffer from their usual issues like poor user retention and the difficulties of […]

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