Following a year that has seen unprecedented interactions between United States legislators and the crypto industry, CryptoBuzz has compiled a roster of congresspeople who have established stances and policies for blockchain and cryptocurrency that will shape the future of the industry within the country. Some of the congresspeople listed are
One of the highlights of the annual RSA Conference in San Francisco is the opening keynote session that gathers together a world-class panel of cryptography experts to discuss and debate today’s top cybersecurity issues. At this year’s Cryptographer’s Panel, held on Feb. 24, a number of issues loomed large, including facial recognition,
Monero stands on its Peer To Peer (P2P) communication network. The network’s blockchain-aware computers—called nodes—share the information that powers Monero, such as node addresses, historical blockchain data, blocks as they are mined, and new transactions to be added to blocks. The nodes are identified using Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, though,
The following is a list of the top 10 cryptocurrency companies to watch out for in the coming year: 1. Elliptic (London) Founders: Tom Robinson, James Smith, and Adam Joyce Funding: €6.4M Elliptic is a platform that mainly deals with the identification of illegal activities being undertaken on the Bitcoin blockchain.