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Perhaps - JP Morgan bringing Capital Markets to erc20 via Dromaius is a big bull sign for the ethereum network for myself. Whether or not the price of ETH will rise in tandem is up to be answered. However, via RSK interoperability, eth contracts could be settled in bitcoin. Whatever happens, the scene is exciting and I feel privileged to witness its progression
This! Don't miss the rocket by daytrading. When awareness kicks in things will start to move fast. They have been close with the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance, won the Red Herring award for most promising company in Europe, have close ties with Intel Ubisoft the French Senate, etc. It's unreal to see a crypto like iExec around the #100 spot on CMC. It'll have a bullrun before or after they start marketing more to the public.
I agree, manipulation in the purest form. I have the feeling it has something to do with the new tusd listed pairing (which is among others backed by Goldman Sachs). Traditional banks want to get into crypto cheap. They have close relations with the SEC and spread fud like Ethereum and ERC20 tokens. They'll blow up tether which will cause btc to crash while they can buy it cheap.
Anyway, great day to buy some RLC! The price will go up soon.
@Fatih92 Bitcoin is not considered 'turing-complete' - its simple mechanisms don’t allow for much more than the distribution of value, The ethereum platform (as well as NEO and others) is considered Turing-complete as it allows code to be written for rules that can trigger anything, in any way. Therefore SBTC sidechain needs to be used to allow for ‘smart contracts’ on the BTC chain. https://bitcoin.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000332052-What-is-SuperBitcoin-SBTC-
As Wassim said a while back they are building a story. Whilst it would be nice to have a CT article for each announcement it would be costly, with that money spent better elsewhere on other marketing activity. When the CT article does come out it wont be 'Ubisoft', 'Intel', 'TFCloud' or [insert any of the plethora of the great achievements] as isolated articles but a story encompassing all of them, which will blow the reader away if they are not yet Honestly it'll have somewhat of a similar effect of someone reading Ethereums Enterprise Alliance article for the first time, although the eth community itself, most likely knew that these players were dipping their toes into Ethereum.
It just makes me wonder what other parts of the story their waiting for before dropping a killer CT article
Not sure, but nothing of this is final. Getting incentives up is important for the future for sure, but much more important right now is getting actual users on the system and lowering the costs associated with the ethereum smart contracts ;)
I remember watching a recent talk with vitalik saying 250gb storage on Ethereums VM costs approx $80m+ at current rates - 1000000x more inefficient than AWS. With their scaling solutions they are hoping to bring it to 1000x more inefficient than AWS, which sounds a lot - but considering the pro's it brings, it will still be highly attractive for certain use cases: security, censor resistant, trabsparent etc
Side chain makes much more sense economically but i dont know about the technicals to truly say the pros and cons of such a move
Making a sidechain yourself isn't hard though,just spin up a new ethereum chain. The only part is how to interface with the main chain. I think a iexec sidechain could be cheaper because people don't need to pay for internal sidechain transactions at all, mining/staking would just be part of the iexec worker