Alrosa, the world’s second largest diamond maker has announced that it is joining Tracr, the blockchain-based end-to-end diamond tracing solution… read more
What is Diamond?
This provides a excellent resistence to 51% attack. It also combines the random block feature from Luckycoin, making it the first coin in PoW/PoS category to use random blocks. It provides steady coin supply at 1 diamond per block for 8 years. Diamond (DMD) combines the best from Bitcoin/Litecoin/Novacoin/Luckycoin/Florincoin, it uses both Proof of Work and Proof of Stake. This coin has very low transaction fees.
The two largest diamond producing groups on the planet are now jointly testing a blockchain platform to track assets. Alrosa,… read more
The world’s largest diamond mining firm, Russia’s Alrosa, has joined the pilot of fellow industry giant De Beers’ diamond supply… read more
Hong Kong jewelry company Chow Tai Fook has partnered with Gemological Institute of America (GIA) to create a blockchain-based app… read more
London-based blockchain project Carats.io and diamond trading platform IDEX have entered into a partnership, under which IDEX will help the… read more
Rare Carat, a US-based search and advice tool provider for diamond shoppers, said it has signed an agreement with tech… read more
Rare Carat, an American company that helps users in finding authentic diamond rings, has partnered with blockchain firm Everledger to… read more
Bitcoin Diamond shot up through the ranks today again, climbing to number #22 this time on the Coinmarketcap (CMC) listings,… read more
Load more articles
DisclaimerThe information provided here does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice or any other sort of advice and you should not treat any of this content as such. None of the information should be interpreted as an endorsement of cryptocurrency or any specific provider, service or offering. We do not endorse or rate any initial coin offerings or cryptocurrencies listed or mentioned, nor do we encourage our readers to invest in anything. Investing in initial coin offerings or any cryptocurrency is considered a speculative and high-risk activity and we strongly encourage all investors to perform their own due diligence and consider their own circumstances before considering an investment.