In brief: Binance has announced that it will be supporting the upcoming DigixDAO (DGD) dissolution. The exchange will distribute ETH… read more
What is DigixDAO?
Digix, via its DGX tokens and using blockchain technology, aim to represent physical gold with DGX tokens, where 1 DGX equals 1 gram of gold on Ethereum. Founded in Singapore in 2014, Digix was the first ever crowdsale and major Distributed Autonomous Organization hosted in the Ethereum Blockchain. DigixDAO s plan is to create a new cryptocurrency backed up by actual bars of gold. In March 2016 Digix completed the first ever crowdsale on the Ethereum platform.
One of the first ICO-ing project which promised transaction fees and demurrage fees to DGD holders, has now excluded Americans… read more
[block]0[/block] After several days of bullish momentum crypto markets have slid back once again quashing hopes of any real recovery.… read more
DigixDao Technical Analysis: (DGD/BTC) Investment Flows Into Pegged-Value Assets. A Warning For Things To Come?
DigixDAO, the gold-backed ‘stablecoin’ based on the Ethereum blockchain, is holding true to its claim, with an 11.78% gain against… read more
[block]0[/block] Crypto markets have been yo-yoing all week, one day up the next down. We end the week in the… read more
[block]0[/block] The crypto correction is in full effect this morning as Asia joins the big selloff. Upward progress is slow… read more
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