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#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

Hey @JeremieCRPT - how tightly is Cyrpterium tied to Ethereum? If Ethereum were to fail or disappear could Crypterium launch a new token on another block chain (such as the one being launched by Binance) passing over value of CRPT tokens to the new token?

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CRPT is an ERC20 token that is ran through the Etherium blockchain. Etherium won't fall or disappear. The blockchain is here to stay!

This question is purely hypothetical - I am not suggesting that Ethereum is going to fail imminently, only asking what would happen if that were to occur? Any FMEA for Crypterium is likely to surely include this scenario?

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

#CryptoNews is back! Let’s see what are the latest updates from the blockchain industry and cryptocurrency market.🔶 The Amazing Ways TUI Uses Blockchain To Revolutionize The Travel Industry - ForbesGerman company TUI Group, the world’s biggest tourism company, is also the world’s pioneer to introduce blockchain into the travel industry. While TUI Group manages its internal smart contracts that can execute automatically with blockchain they eventually see how this tech could be the foundation for a system that maintains real-time records. For example, hotels that have extra inventory to sell could update the blockchain and everyone could see the price and engage directly with the seller.🔶 Swiss Post & Swisscom Launch ‘100% Swiss’ Blockchain Infrastructure - CoinTelegraphSwitzerland’s national postal service Swiss Post and telecoms provider Swisscom are partnering on a “100 percent Swiss” blockchain infrastructure, according to a press release on Dec. 6. The new infrastructure is reportedly the first private blockchain to be operated jointly by two entities; its meant is to provide a service that retains all data in Switzerland, and that can meet the security requirements of banks.🔶 Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses - CCNAustralia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is now open. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports.🔶 Seven EU States Sign Declaration to Promote Blockchain Use - FTSeven southern EU member states have released a declaration calling for help in the promotion of Distributed Ledger Technology’s use in the region.The declaration was reportedly initiated by Malta and signed by six other member states, France, Spain, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, and Portugal, during a meeting of EU transport ministers in Brussels.🔶Crypto Market Loses $16 Billion Overnight as Assets Plunge 10% to 30% - CCNOvernight, the crypto market has lost more than $16 billion of its valuation as it dropped from $123 billion to less than $107 billion. The Ethereum price has fallen to the $80 region, deleting all of the gains recorded throughout the last year.While the whole market is still in crisis, crypto enthusiasts are still very optimistic. To quote one of Crypterium’s community members it is “good time to buy” and “yes buy now and wait to be rich”.

Matt Weiss
is the dapp switching qith constinnople

Hi Matt, are you referring to Constantinople: Ethereum's Network Upgrade?

Matt Weiss
constanople?

Yes, after Constantinople upgrade. Anyway this is not Ethereum network chat group, let's focus more on Crypterium 😊