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  • Jul 17, 2019

Ethereum-Based Crypto Prediction Market and Derivatives Platform Veil is Shutting Down

Veil, peer-to-peer prediction markets and derivatives platform is Shutting Down its Operations on July 24

Blockchain Development Platform Stratis releases First Smart contracts on Microsoft's .NET

Blockchain Development Platform Stratis launched it's First Smart contracts on Microsoft's .NET architecture

Telegram Officially launches TestNet for its Blockchain TON Network

Popular Encrypted messaging service Telegram Officially launches TestNet for its Blockchain TON Network

IMF and World Bank released Learning Coin to understand Blockchain Technology

IMF and World Bank launched private cryptocurrency called Learning coin to understand Blockchain Technology

VMware teams up with Digital Asset to integrate its smart contract language

Leading cloud computing firm VMware partners with its to integrate Digital Asset's smart-contract language

Singapore Exchange and Country's Central Bank Turn to Blockchain for Settlement of Tokenised Assets

Three companies, Anquan, Deloitte, and Nasdaq have been appointed as technology partners for this project.The project report will be released by November 2018.

IBM, Maersk Launch 'TradeLens', a Blockchain-Enabled Shipping Solution

It is designed to promote a more efficient and secure global trade, bringing together various parties to support information sharing and transparency, and spur industry-wide innovation.

IOHK Launches Second Cardano Smart Contracts Testnet 'IELE'

With IELE, developers now will be able to explore the smart contracts technology that will be offered as part of Cardano.

Former Ripple CTO To Use Smart Contracts Platform Codius to Challenge Ethereum

former Ripple CTO Stefan Thomas has now challenged the dominance of this platform by using Codius - an open-source project that Ripple shut down in 2015.

Over 34,000 Ethereum Smart Contracts Found To Be Vulnerable

A team of researchers scanned almost a Million smart contracts recently, finding out that about 34,200 of them are vulnerable to security breaches.