Blockchain Daily Digest – October 22nd, 2019

By Lucas Cacioli   Oct 22, 2019 1 Min Read

  1. Algorand Blockchain Network Now Certified for Sharia Compliant Financing
    The Algorand Foundation announced that its blockchain network has now been certified as Sharia-compliant for the inclusion of Islamic financial markets.

  2. Indian Engineering Students Develop Blockchain-based Smart Voting System
    Three Computer Engineering Students, from Malla Reddy Engineering College for Women, have created a Blockchain-based Voting System which will allow votes to be cast online, instead of the manual means of standing in a poll line.

  3. The Chainsmokers are Cutting Out Scalpers by Backing Blockchain-Based Ticketing Platform
    The Chainsmokers, and their manager Adam Alpert, CEO at Disruptor Records are backing YellowHeart, a new ticketing platform founded by Josh Katz, a music executive.

  4. FinCen Director Warns Crypto Firms Are Not Above Anti-Money Laundering Laws
    Speaking at the University of Georgetown, Kenneth Blanco, FinCEN (The United States Financial Crimes Enforcement Network) Director, blasted crypto firms by warning them that they are not exempted from the anti-money laundering laws.

  5. Argentina Adopts Blockchain Technology for Traceability in the Citrus Industry
    The citrus supply chain is one of the most fragmented and complex of all supply chains. The production is found all over the world, thus making several intermediaries and producers difficult to identify and trace.


The Top 5 Cryptos At a Glance

#

Crypto

Symbol

Market Cap.

Price (US$)

Change % (24h)

Trading Vol. (24h)

1

Bitcoin

BTC

$149.28B

$8,290.52

0.51%

$16.812B

2

Ethereum

ETH

$18.91B

$174.73

-0.47%

$7.17B

3

XRP

XRP

$12.82B

$0.29

1.64%

$1.69B

4

Bitcoin Cash

BCH

$4.20B

$232.49

2.06%

$1.75B

5

Tether

USDT

$4.12B

$1.00

-0.03%

$20.31B

 


About the author

Lucas Cacioli
Blockchain is the future.




Like this post:
Read More