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Ethereum Travel Token "Unleash the Power to Travel"

Ethereum Travel Token is a disruptive decentralized travel ecosystem integrated with federation protocols (SAML, OAuth, WS-TRUST/FED) built on ERC20 technology for the travelers to book or manage their travel reservations in Travel Industry including Airlines, Hotels, and Car Rental Industries. ETH Travel Application - Using Ethereum Travel Tokens, the traveler will be able to book and manage travel reservations with the airlines, hotels, car rental industries directly.
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LINK Blockchain

LINK is an Ethereum blockchain to permanently store semantic linked data.
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Global marketplace for sensor data, built on the Ethereum blockchain.

DataBroker DAO is the first marketplace for trading sensor data. As a decentralised marketplace for IoT sensor data, Databroker DAO enables sensor owners to turn generated data into revenue streams. By using the DATA token, other relevant parties can access this data for their own interest.
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Data: Ethereum DeFi is heavily undervalued, even at $13b aggregate market cap

Data: Ethereum DeFi is heavily undervalued, even at $13b aggregate market cap submitted by EthTraderCommunity to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Data: Ethereum DeFi is heavily undervalued, even at $13b aggregate market cap

Data: Ethereum DeFi is heavily undervalued, even at $13b aggregate market cap submitted by pale_blue_dots to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Data: Ethereum DeFi is heavily undervalued, even at $13b aggregate market cap (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

Data: Ethereum DeFi is heavily undervalued, even at $13b aggregate market cap (x-post from /Cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Blockchain data: Ethereum’s Yearn.finance (YFI) has room to rally after record rally

Blockchain data: Ethereum’s Yearn.finance (YFI) has room to rally after record rally submitted by EthTraderCommunity to ethtrader [link] [comments]

On-Chain Data: Ethereum Is Rapidly Growing as DeFi Hype Spreads

On-Chain Data: Ethereum Is Rapidly Growing as DeFi Hype Spreads submitted by FuckFaceGG to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Data: Ethereum, Chainlink, Cardano are still up thousands of percent since ICO

Data: Ethereum, Chainlink, Cardano are still up thousands of percent since ICO submitted by raaner12 to Altcoinss [link] [comments]

On-Chain Data: Ethereum Is Rapidly Growing as DeFi Hype Spreads | NewsBTC

On-Chain Data: Ethereum Is Rapidly Growing as DeFi Hype Spreads | NewsBTC submitted by trontrxripple to ethereum [link] [comments]

Data: Ethereum, Chainlink, Cardano are still up thousands of percent since ICO

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Data: Ethereum, Chainlink, Cardano are still up thousands of percent since ICO

Data: Ethereum, Chainlink, Cardano are still up thousands of percent since ICO submitted by serenity2021 to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Great article on Streamr and its vision, team and tech capabilities #IoT #blockchain $DATA #ethereum

Great article on Streamr and its vision, team and tech capabilities #IoT #blockchain $DATA #ethereum submitted by smmblue to streamr [link] [comments]

BTC = Dial Up/Mobile Data, Ethereum = Broadband/3g, Railblocks = Fibre/5g

BTC = Dial Up/Mobile Data, Ethereum = Broadband/3g, Railblocks = Fibre/5g
I am sick and tired of paying ridiculous fees for transferring in and out, not to mention ripoff exchange fees. This is on Etherenm.
My friend and reading posts on here and finding out someone paid $23 transfer fee for BTC and that was shocking.
Then there is the good 2-5 minute wait process for every transaction.
Here's to 2018! So whos with me and agrees to BTC = Dial Up/Mobile Data, Ethereum = Broadband/3g, Railblocks = Fibre/5g
Wahooo We are winning on the Binace Vote!!!
Enjoy 2018!
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Chile Launches Ethereum Based Project For Collecting Energy Data #ethereum #btc #altcoin https://t.co/AjyMkJVos8 - Crypto Insider Info - Whales's

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Distributed Database Platform by Bluzelle – A Solution for the Future of Data

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Bluzelle offers a solution to these problems with its distributed database platform. To solve the problems inherent with centralized data management, Bluzelle takes decentralized technologies and applies them to its improved system of data caching. In centralized gaming platforms, data is often managed and stored on a company’s network of regional servers. Data is cached, meaning that data which is frequently or previously used sits on the edge of the database, so as not to overburden a network’s capacity. With Bluzelle, a system of blockchain-based nodes are implemented. Because of the nature of distributed ledgers, these nodes enable gaming and streaming companies, for example, to scale quickly and cost-efficiently to hundreds of global locations.
This is all made possible by allowing users to rent out their excess computing resources to the developers building blockchain-based applications. Bluzelle’s BLZ token is used within the ecosystem as payment for such services.
Bluzelle is creating this distributed database system so that it’s completely auto managed and easy for developers to deploy. By providing a distributed solution to the data management problem, they’ve helped solve the problems faced by platforms requiring heavy data use.
Just recently, they rolled out solidity support with their Provable set of APIs, which helps applications integrate with smart contracts. In the future, they plan to take their database platform to even higher levels. This includes optimizing IoT capabilities and utilizing the Ethereum Blockchain decentralized swarm discovery. Their ultimate goal is to enable self-running databases that do not depend on centralized networks, and which enjoy all the security and efficiencies of blockchains.
Many different industries can benefit from distributed database storage. Blockchain developers, for instance, can build out decentralized applications using Bluzelle nodes to store off-chain data. Other types of businesses that Bluzelle caters to include:
Gaming companies that want to improve latency, security and their bottom line.
Streaming services that want to reduce costs and ensure data availability.
Marketplaces that want better security for their customers’ data.
Ethereum developers who need a cost-efficient and secure data storage solution that is not dependant on a centralized company.
What Bluzelle has created is a market for “serverless applications,” which are instantly scalable. Their system provides far better regional support, ensuring continuous high performance.
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The Sky’s the Limit for Ethereum Fees, Leaving ETH Miners ‘Laughing’

This year, it seems that for ethereum (ETH), the only way is up, as prices continue to climb. But as the token continues to display signs of rude health and the DeFi sector is booming, transaction fees are also skyrocketing – with the price of moving tokens around on the Ethereum blockchain continuing to balloon.

Although a look at the data shows that are almost twice as many active addresses on the Bitcoin network, Ethereum network miners have been far happier of late – raking in over double the fees collected by their BTC rivals.

Per Messari data, Ethereum miners have collected a cool USD 3.7m in fees in the past 24 hours (UTC 18:07) on a mere USD 2.2bn worth of transactions.

By contrast, bitcoin (BTC) fees over the past 24 hours were just USD 1.6m – on USD 7.3bn worth of transactions.
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Ethereum StudyMaster: Quiz #10: Medalla Data Challenge Submissions

The Ethereum Studymaster is a ten week program designed to help people learn more about the transition to Ethereum 2 and earn a POAP in the process. In order to participate, you'll take a quiz every week for ten weeks and if you score above 70% on at least seven of the quizzes (and share an article you've found on your own), you'll receive the StudyMaster POAP badge, an ERC-721 token.
You can begin the Studymaster program ANY week, after ten weeks, we'll re-start at week 1 and you can catch anything you've missed.
You can find some more details about the Studymaster program on this wiki.
The final quiz for this series encourages you to review the public submissions for the Medalla Data Challenge and then write about your findings - anywhere. You can create medium post, a tweet storm, a reddit or discord post, or create a Tik Tok - doesn't matter. The goal here is for you to speak publicly about what you learned from the Medalla Data Challenge. In your post, it would be awesome if you mention the StudyMaster program and link to our new home at https://ethereumstudymaster.com :)
I know this adds a little more pressure for some people. I have to tell you that it's VERY common to feel like you're not knowledgeable enough to contribute publicly, or maybe that you're only "acting smart" when you really don't know anything. This is called Imposter Syndrome, and it's okay - it's a thing where you feel like you're faking what you're doing and everyone knows it. Here's the thing I'd like for everyone in the EthStaker community to overcome: None of us has all of the answers, and it's okay to share what we do know.
Here's a link to publicly listed submissions from the challenge. If you're not sure which one to choose, I'd suggest taking the last digit of your discord username # and counting down the list to that submission, it will help everyone begin in a different place.
Proper Proposers and Skipped Slots: A Ranking and Segmentation Study of Validator Behavior
Eth2 Medalla - a data driven deep dive
Visualizing whales in the rough seas of Medalla, the Ethereum 2 testnet
Medalla: Exploring the data behind Eth2
The Ethereum 2.0 Beacon Block Data Schema and Visual Documentation
An Analysis of Data Propogation Latencies in Ethereum 2.0 Medalla Testnet
Clustering and Profiling Time Epochs in Ethereum 2.0
Comparing Eth2 Clients on the Medalla Network
The Medalla Network Under Stress
Medalla Participation Rates: A Validator Taxonomy
Attesting the Health of Ethereum 2.0
(If you submitted an entry to the Medalla Data Challenge and would like it included here, please message me on Discord @ superphiz#1038, I took the publicly listed submissions from the #medalla-data-challenge discord channel)
After you've read through the public submissions and written about one, head on over to Quiz 10 and just share a link to what you wrote. It's an easy quiz ;-)
Here's a link to the remaining time in quiz #10. At the conclusion of this countdown, final results of the StudyMaster Genesis cohort will be calculated and POAPs will be delivered!
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The Sky’s the Limit for Ethereum Fees, Leaving ETH Miners ‘Laughing’

This year, it seems that for ethereum (ETH), the only way is up, as prices continue to climb. But as the token continues to display signs of rude health and the DeFi sector is booming, transaction fees are also skyrocketing – with the price of moving tokens around on the Ethereum blockchain continuing to balloon.

Although a look at the data shows that are almost twice as many active addresses on the Bitcoin network, Ethereum network miners have been far happier of late – raking in over double the fees collected by their BTC rivals.

Per Messari data, Ethereum miners have collected a cool USD 3.7m in fees in the past 24 hours (UTC 18:07) on a mere USD 2.2bn worth of transactions.

By contrast, bitcoin (BTC) fees over the past 24 hours were just USD 1.6m – on USD 7.3bn worth of transactions.
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Ocean V3 Brings Wave of Data Monetization Tools to Ethereum

Ocean V3 Brings Wave of Data Monetization Tools to Ethereum submitted by twigwam to ethereum [link] [comments]

ETH Options Data Suggest $500 Ethereum Price is Closer Than It Seems

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Ethereum on ARM. Nethermind and Hyperledger Besu Eth1.0 clients included. Prysm Eth2.0 huge improvements. Raspberry Pi 4 progress. Software updates.

Ethereum on ARM is a project that provides custom Linux images for Raspberry Pi 4 (Ethereum on ARM32 repo [1]), NanoPC-T4 [2] and RockPro64 [3] boards (Ethereum on ARM64 repo [4]) that run Geth, Parity, Nethermind [5] or Besu [6] Ethereum clients as a boot service and automatically turns these ARM devices into a full Ethereum node. The images include other components of the Ethereum ecosystem such as Status.im, Raiden, IPFS, Swarm and Vipnode as well as initial support for Eth2.0 clients.
Images take care of all the necessary steps, from setting up the environment and formatting the SSD disk to installing and running the Ethereum software as well as synchronizing the blockchain.
All you need to do is flash the MicroSD card, plug in an ethernet cable, connect the SSD disk and turn on the device.
It was about time!. We’ve been hard at work, doing lots of tests, fixing bugs and updating and including new software. This is what we’ve been up to.
Images update
Note: If you are already running an Ethereum on ARM node (Raspberry Pi 4, NanoPC-T4 or RockPro64) you can update the Ethereum software by running the following command:
sudo update-ethereum
For installing the new eth1 clients:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install nethermind hyperledger-besu
DOWNLOAD LINKS
For further info regarding installation and usage please visit Ethereum on ARM32 Github repo [1] (Raspberry Pi 4) and Ethereum on ARM64 Github [4] (NanoPC-T4 and RockPro64)
RASPBERRY PI 4 IMAGE
https://ethraspbian.com/downloads/image_2020-03-23-EthRaspbian2.0-lite.zip
SHA256 605f1a4f4a9da7d54fc0256c3a4e3dfed1780b74973735fca5240812f1ede3ea
NANOPC-T4 IMAGE
https://ethraspbian.com/downloads/Armbian_20.05.0-trunk_Nanopct4_bionic_legacy_4.4.213.img.zip
SHA256 e67fdc743b33a4b397a55d721fcd35fc3541a8f26bd006d2461c035c2e46fe97
ROCKPRO64 IMAGE
https://ethraspbian.com/downloads/Armbian_20.05.0-trunk_Rockpro64_bionic_legacy_4.4.213.img.zip
SHA256 9d75dc71aba8cd0b8c6b4f02408f416a77e8e6459aedc70f617a83a5070f17b5
ETHEREUM SOFTWARE INSTALLED
Software updates
New software included
Ethereum 1.0
NETHERMIND
The Nethermind client is finally included and these is great news for the eth1 client ecosystem. On one hand it took a while, mainly for two reasons. .NET support for ARM [7] is quite recent and, on the other hand, getting a self contained binary for ARM is not an easy task (although Microsoft has a nice cross-compilation tool set). Besides, Nethermind has some native dependencies and it took some time to figure out how .NET handles this and how to put all config and system files together (by the way, thank you very much to the Nethermind team for their great support,).
Nethermind is a great option for running an ETH1 node. .NET performs quite well and synchronization time is fantastic.
Keep in mind that Nethermind doesn’t download receipts and bodies by default, this is why the sync time is so fast. You can change this behaviour by editing mainnet.cfg file (see below).
As always, you need to enable the service and disable the other ETH1 clients. For instance, if you are running Geth:
sudo systemctl stop geth && sudo systemctl disable geth 
sudo systemctl enable nethermind && sudo systemctl start nethermind
You can tweak the client parameters here (currently only mainnet.cfg is supported)
/etc/nethermind/configs/mainnet.cfg
Systemd parameters:
/etc/ethereum/nethermind.conf
As always, output is redirected to syslog.
tail -f /valog/syslog
ARM32 version has some problems, though. There are lots of crashes because of memory problems (as well as the other clients). This is certainly related to the ongoing “allocation memory bug” [8]. See “Raspberry Pi 4” section for further info. Feedback is appreciated.
HYPERLEDGER BESU
Besu is an enterprise-grade Java-based Ethereum client developed by Pegasys [6]. Thank you very much to Felipe Faraggi for reaching out and give us further information about it.
Besu is now included in Ethereum on ARM (64-bits only) and you can run it as a systemd service (please see Nethermind instructions above).
sudo systemctl stop geth && sudo systemctl disable geth sudo systemctl enable besu && sudo systemctl start besu 
It runs fine on NanoPC-T4 but needs more testing (particularly on the memory side). Please, give it a try and report your feedback to us. We will post more info soon, including full sync data.
Ethereum 2.0
PRYSM
Prysmatic Labs put a lot of work on their Prysm ETH2 client and the changes / improvements are impressive [9]. Additionally, they took ARM support very seriously from the beginning and are now releasing official binaries for ARM64. Thank you very much to the team!
We are getting 4-6 blocks/second (compared to 0.1/0.2 of 0.3.1 version.) This is a huge improvement and allows a NanoPC-T4 to sync the beacon chain in less than a day (23 hours).
To start syncing the beacon chain just start the service by running (again, stop and disable other clients):
sudo systemctl start prysm-beacon
If you want to be a validator, please, follow their instructions [10]. You can run the validator binary to do so.
Hardware
NANOPC-T4
Rockchip boards run on a legacy 4.4 Linux kernel and that means that it’s missing lots of improvements from the mainline branch, particularly on the storage side. We tried 5.4 and 5.5 mainline versions but it still needs some work, we will keep an eye on it [11].
On the other hand, there is an issue with log rotate (this is not a bug). We noticed that, if you don’t change the root password, cron jobs don’t work and, among other things, logrotate doesn’t truncate syslog and the it gets full. So, in order to avoid this, you need to login twice to change both passwords. First, as ethereum user (default password: ethereum) and second as root user (default password: 1234).
RASPBERRY PI 4
We’ve been experiencing memory limitations on the Raspberry Pi 4 for quite a while now, mainly caused by the 32-bit OS [8]. While the Raspbian kernel is already using a 64bit kernel, the userland is still on 32bit so, in order to mitigate these problems as much as possible, we’ve ported the Armbian virtual RAM system to the Rpi4 [12] that leverages the ZRAM kernel module to improve memory performance and, additionally, raised the swap file to 6GB. All in all, eventual crashes may happen so take this into account.
At the same time, we are looking for alternatives to set up a full 64bit image. Firstly, to get rid of the memory problems and, secondly to allow the Raspberry Pi 4 to run Eth2 clients (currently Prysm and Lighthouse). We are looking into these 2 options:
Official Ubuntu Server image [13]: We tried the official Ubuntu Server 18.04.4 that includes the 5.4 mainline kernel. The good news here is that we haven't been able to reproduce the allocation memory problem. The bad news is that the disk performance is painfully slow so this doesn’t seem an option right now.
Unofficial Ubuntu Server image [14]: As described on a recent post [15], this images is a pure 64-bit OS but uses some Raspbian parts, including the 64-bit kernel and firmware. We will try the new image soon and post the results here.
Gitcoin
We set up a Gitcoin Grant for the project. If you appreciate our work and want to support the project, please make a donation. Remember that in Gitcon CLR rounds even 1$ can make the difference!. Thank you in advance.
https://gitcoin.co/grants/384/ethereum-on-arm
Last but not least, we setup a twitter account (since January) where we try to send info on our progress, follow us or reach us on https://twitter.com/EthereumOnARM
PS. Be careful and stay safe!
References
  1. https://github.com/diglos/pi-gen
  2. https://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=225
  3. https://store.pine64.org/?product=rockpro64-4gb-single-board-computer
  4. https://github.com/diglos/userpatches
  5. https://nethermind.io
  6. https://www.hyperledger.org/projects/besu
  7. https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-core/thank-you/sdk-3.1.200-linux-arm64-binaries
  8. https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/issues/20190
  9. https://twitter.com/EthereumOnARM/status/1238858421601959942
  10. https://prylabs.net/participate
  11. https://forum.armbian.com/topic/7498-nanopc-t4/page/5/
  12. https://forum.armbian.com/topic/5565-zram-vs-swap/
  13. https://ubuntu.com/download/raspberry-pi
  14. https://jamesachambers.com/raspberry-pi-4-ubuntu-server-desktop-18-04-3-image-unofficial/
  15. https://www.reddit.com/ethereum/comments/epxy8l/ethereum_on_arm_ethereum_1020_ecosystem
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Ethereum miners have been dumping, data shows (1559 can't come fast enough!)

Ethereum miners have been dumping, data shows (1559 can't come fast enough!) submitted by litpath to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Ocean V3 Brings Wave of Data Monetization Tools to Ethereum

Ocean V3 Brings Wave of Data Monetization Tools to Ethereum submitted by MaltMilchek to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Off-chain data in Ethereum

https://dev.to/patrickalphac/off-chain-data-in-ethereum-how-to-access-4395
My first dev.to article. Figured I'd start there going into the basics of decentralized oracles and Chain.link
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