Blockchain Firm Bluzelle Uncovers a Critical Bug in Cosmos’ Consensus Algorithm

Cosmos already patched its Tendermint consensus protocol on July 2. Decentralized data network Bluzelle (BLZ) discovered a bug in the Tendermint consensus algorithm used by the Cosmos (ATOM) interchain protocol. According to a Bluzelle announcement shared with Cointelegraph on July 6, the firm discovered a bug in Tendermint during its validators competition. The competition, which […]

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Gibraltar Watchdog Grants License to Belarusian Crypto Platform

Currency.com obtained a distributed ledger technology license from the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission. The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission, or GFSC, issued a new distributed ledger technology license to the Belarus-based cryptocurrency platform, Currency.com, on July 6. According to the announcement, the platform will be allowed to use DLT to store or transmit value belonging to […]

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Ledger Crypto Wallet Claims Purported Vulnerability Is User Experience Flaw

Ledger’s chief technology officer Charles Guillemet said that the recently revealed vulnerability is nothing more than a user experience flaw. Leading crypto hardware wallet producer Ledger has denied that its product’s transaction management software featured a double-spend vulnerability. According to Ledger’s CTO Charles Guillemet, the vulnerability recently revealed by software wallet ZenGo is — in […]

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Public Mint Launches, Announces 200 Banks Are On Board

Public Mint wants its tokenized fiat currencies to power DeFi-like open financial applications. Public Mint launched its ‘fiat-native’ public blockchain on July 1 following two years of development. The platform comprises a blockchain for the tokenization of fiat currencies that are held in the accounts of insured and regulated fiat custodians — essentially comprising a […]

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