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From Game Theory to POW, POS and DPOS

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In Applied Mathematics there is a very interesting branch named Game theory. According to its literal meaning, it should be known as a theory of “game”. However, the “game” here does not refer to the scope of conventional entertainment, otherwise it will never have the values of mathematics researches. In a broad sense, the “game” is a model in which many scenarios involving strategic games can be modeled in this way.

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What’s up with Decentralization and DApps?

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“Decentralized applications” (also known as DApps) has become a hot spot in the current blockchain industry, but once we get down to do researches, we will find that most DApps are just gaming plate or funds plate. What’s more worrying is that DApps may become another word with vague definition after the “blockchain” and there are various misunderstandings in the market about it.

Now, we’d like to share the current status of DApps and the key solutions and methods from the history of decentralization and centralization. We believe that our experience shared as follows will bring inspirations for you.

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Where are the Mainstream Cryptocurrencies Heading to?

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The world of blockchains is full of quick conversion and the replacement of the old by the new occurs every day.

In this world, there is a conventional line, the Top 20 market value. The one crossing the threshold is called the “mainstream currency”, just like the colleges and universities in China, the most powerful ones are called 985 and the ones in the second echelon are called 211 while the others are just common colleges.

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Patterns and the Application for Bitcoin Bull and Bear Market Cycle

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The 4th upward cycle of bitcoin price will open around May 2019, and the entry of mainstream institutions and ETF may become the driving force of this round of cycle.

The 3rd round of price cycle may be completed around May 2019, followed by the 4th round of price cycle. The maximum increase rate in the 4th cycle will be smaller. The growing market value of bitcoin needs more financial support, so digital token must comply with the supervision to absorb more institutional funds and ETF will be the most feasible solution. In the future, it will develop from Crowdsale to ETF, from de-supervision to pro-supervision.

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Is XDAG the Next Dark Horse?

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XDAG was developed by a Nakamoto-like Russian professor. His codes were so casual that very few people could understand them. The professor was so mysterious that no one knew his real information. Due to his Nakamoto-like style, everyone nicknamed him Satoshi Nakamoto in Russia. In January 2018, the XDAG is launched on public line and in February, the professor “withdrew” due to the disputes with the community and XDAG was maintained by the community fans spontaneously.

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About Cryptocurrency Forking

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In the era when blockchains were very popular, the most term relevant to blockchains was decentralization, and the fork came next.

Then what is a fork? In the simplest words, the forks are software updating for blockchains. Software updating is most common from the days when we owned our first computers to the days of owning smart phones. The Windows has been updated from Win95 to the current Win10, and the Snapchat versions have also been updated for countless times. But do you ever wonder why the concept of fork has never been heard before? Why is the software updating known as the fork in the world of blockchain?

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