Bitcoin News Review – 2 May 2018

Digital economy news highlights from today:-

 

CryptoUK Trade Association Calls On MPs To Regulate Cryptocurrency Sector In UK

 

Dubai Government Unveils Blockchain Business Registry

 

Ethereum Foundation ‘Extremely Comfortable’ ETH Is Not A Security, Co-Founder Lubin Says

 

OTOY Introduces RNDR, Blockchain-Based Rendering Platform Built on the Ethereum Blockchain

 

 

Barclays’ CEO Refutes Rumors The Bank Is Opening Crypto Trading Desk

Historic Korean Peace Declaration Recorded on Ethereum Blockchain

According to a report from CoinDesk Korea, Ryu Gi-hyeok, a 27-year-old game developer from South Korea, has coded the Panmunjom Declaration, which includes the line “there will be no more war on the Korean peninsula,” in both Korean and English and stored both versions in two ethereum transactions.

As widely reported around the world, the event saw South Korean president Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un shake hands with each other last week – the first time the countries’ leaders have done so in decades – to declare an end to the Korean war.

Ryu told CoinDesk Korea:

“I just thought it took too long for the South and the North to give way to each other … After finding out what I could contribute to this historic achievement as a developer, I found the Panmunjom Declaration on the Blue House homepage and recorded it on ethereum.”

 

 

IOT Security Update [ It is now estimated that we will have 1 Trillion connected devices by 2035.

 

New Arm IP Helps Protect IoT Devices from Increasingly Prevalent Physical Threat

 

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