Russia’s Blockchain Based E-Vote System Suffers Node Attack


Russia’s blockchain-based voting system for the constitutional amendments has reportedly been attacked via an election observer’s node.  As reported by state-owned news agency TASS, the attack occurred on June 27 around 8 PM CET. A government of Moscow representative told TASS that the attack did not cause a system malfunction,Read More →

The Choice Between One’s Own Node and a Staking Service


As the Ethereum 2.0 upgrade approaches, users have been showing an increasing interest in the staking process, which would allow them to make a passive income by validating the new network. This is evidenced by the growing number of Ether (ETH) wallets and ETH deposits on cryptocurrency exchanges. According toRead More →