Latest Crypto News: AsicPremium Digest #3
Welcome to the AsicPremium crypto news digest. Let's see what happened these last few days.
Ethereum Merge has been completed. Miners are switching to Ethereum Classic
On September 15, Ethereum developers activated a massive update called The Merge. The blockchain was successfully migrated to the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm. In general, there were no issues, although some experts point out potential risks for network decentralization in the future.
Significant changes have also taken place for miners. They can no longer mine Ethereum, so they are actively switching to mining on the EtcHash algorithm (Ethereum Classic). Currently, Ethereum Classic network hashrate is rapidly growing.
"Rich Dad Poor Dad" author, R. Kiyosaki predicts the economic crash and urges to get into crypto
Robert Kiyosaki, the famous author of business literature and author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad" bestseller, urges their followers to get in crypto. This is reported by Business Insider. 'It’s not enough to WANT to get into crypto … Now is the time you NEED to get into crypto, before the biggest economic crash in history', Kiyosaki wrote in an emailed newsletter to the "Rich Dad Community" subscribers.
If you are of the same opinion and ready to start with crypto, try doing it right now as a miner on AsicPremium or as a trader on NiceX.
Starbucks plans to use Polygon network for its web3-based loyalty platform
According to Polygon's blog post, Starbucks Coffee Company plans to implement Polygon-based blockchain technology to build its recently announced Web3 experience. Reportedly, using Web3 will allow Starbucks Rewards loyalty program members to earn and purchase non-fungible tokens (NFTs), unlocking new features - from unique merchandise to exclusive events invitations.
It's worth noting that Polygon (MATIC) crypto is in the top 20 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization at the moment. Currently, MATIC tokens are traded at NiceX and can be purchased with Bitcoin here.
Linux Foundation announced the intention to support development of open source engine for digital wallets
The non-profit technology consortium, the Linux Foundation, announced the intention to form the OpenWallet Foundation (OWF). The main goal is to develop an open source engine based on the best practices for creating privacy-protecting, secure and multi-purpose digital wallets. Anyone can use the open source code to create own software solutions.