SmartCon will feature the top minds and builders of smart contracts and celebrate our incredible community, thriving ecosystem & cutting-edge research. Experience a mix of keynotes, panel discussions, live demos, developer workshops, and networking with the community. We made registration complimentary so everyone can participate.
We’re thrilled to welcome DeutscheTelekom’s TSystems_MMS IT Services group to Chainlink. Tsystemscom’s world-class infrastructure team secures a large amount of enterprise value today & is now on mainnet helping secure Chainlink’s oracle network.
Top Korean banks: Hana Bank, Shinhan Bank, Nonghyup Bank, and Industrial Bank of Korea select Chainlink and CenterPrime to bring their forex data on-chain, transforming the capabilities of open banking services, fintech and DeFi.
Binance Smart Chain has integrated Chainlink as its oracle live on testnet! Using Chainlink gives devs access to off-chain data (e.g. Binance_DEX), enabling them to build DeFi dApps for derivatives, crypto payments, automated asset management and more.
Reflexer (@MetaCoinProject) has successfully integrated Chainlink's ETH/USD Price Reference Data as the basis for collateralization checks on their first Generalized Ethereum Bond (reflex bond) RAI—a low volatility, trust minimized collateral for DeFi.
Blockchain-based e-document solution @FirmaChain is integrating Chainlink to create more seamless digital contracts. For example, car rental contracts using Chainlink to validate driver licenses within the signature process for better customer experience.
Blockchain platform Elastos blockchain is launching a Chainlink-powered ELA/USD Price Reference Data feed to use for collateralization checks on its upcoming cross-chain stablecoin. This is one of many advanced dApps possible on Elastos using real-world data.
TinyboxesETH is using ChainlinkVRF to create Tiny Boxes, randomized & animated generative art pieces that, from creation to curation, exist fully on-chain for collectors to enjoy. They will also use Chainlink price oracles for minting pieces w/ crypto.
Chainlink's REN/ETH Price Reference Feed is live on mainnet. DeFi developers utilizing REN in their dApp now have access to a secure and reliable price oracle. This is just one of many Chainlink oracles available today.
Join the MCDEX team and Chainlink for a video Q&A is with Gareth the DaoChemist (https://twitter.com/daochemist), Head of Business Development of MCDEX. The discussion will be centered on MCDEX integration with Chainlink and a deep-dive into MCDEX's launch of liquidity mining.
Join the Vite Labs team and Chainlink for a video Q&A is with Richard Yan, the Co-founder, and COO of Vite Labs. The discussion will be centered on 1) Why ViteX has better performance than other DEXs, 2) ViteX's approach to trans and liquidity mining where the coins earned entitle users to proceeds from the exchange, 3) Future plans for ViteX.
Watch this community workshop featuring an AMA with LinkPool’s head of business development, Ian Read. In the video, they discuss the future roadmap for LinkPool, how to become a node operator, and best practices for running a node.
DMM exchange launching today, why no threads?? This is big!
"DMM is a very popular Japanese electronic commerce and internet company that handles online shopping and video on demand. It’s a huge company in Japan and boasts 27 million subscribers.6 How big is that compared to Netflix? It’s about one-fourth as big as Netflix.7 However, DMM.com Securities is the world’s second largest ForEx company by trading volume" "On January 11th, DMM will flip the switch on crypto trading." Here is a quote from CNN’s coverage: “Upon its launch, DMM Bitcoin will only support seven hand-picked cryptocurrencies in bitcoin, Ethereum, NEM, Ripple, Litecoin, Ethereum Classic, and Bitcoin Cash” Why is NOBODY on NEM here mentioning this??? EDIT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNPDfia8Btk https://bitcoin.dmm.com/ It doesn't 'look' like a crypto trading site, but it's Japanese, it's very stylized.
So on the coin calendar it has news that DMM is starting to trade coins on their exchange. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and Nem. Is this big news? Like price changing news? I didn't know what DMM was because its out of Japan but apparently they dabble in a bunch of things but most interesting to me is they are the 2nd largest Forex company in the world. " A Japan-based electronic commerce and Internet company with a diversified group of businesses that includes online shopping and video on demand service. The company manages DMM.com, an online entertainment site that allows users to purchase goods and services like e-books, games, mainstream DVD releases, and 3D printing. Its subsidiary DMM.com Securities is the world's second largest forex company in terms of trading volume." (from wiki) So any guesses on what the affect of this might look like on these four coins?
The Australian forex and CFD broker DMM FX said it will waive deposit and withdrawal fees, starting Monday, 8 February until further notice. The new policy will apply ... Forex Brokers Australia, in an exclusive interview with Ocoque Media confirmed the launch of their Forex Brokers Directory website exclusively featuring Australian forex brokers The founders of Forex Brokers Australia have over 40 years’ combined experience in the Australasian financial services industry and could see the benefit to both financial services providers and prospective clients ... DMM FX offers its traders only one type of standard trading account, which needs a minimum deposit of £/€/$200 (20,000 JPY) initially. This standard forex account lets you start trading with the lowest than any other industry, starting from just 0.01 to a maximum size of 20 lots. DMM International sincerely believes that every trader and investor is entitled to receive the best information and guidance. An educated and well-informed trader can steer his/her steps towards success. Our professional team keeps a tab on changing situations and explains the movement of price in global markets. The Financial Services Agency (FSA) oversees all financial services providers, including Forex brokers, in Japan. The ultimate aim of Japan's FSA is to maintain the country’s financial system and ensure its stability. It is also responsible for protecting security investors, insurance policyholders, and depositors.