Live Stars adult entertainment project goes Beta

Beta release for the blockchain-based adult entertainment project Live Stars is rolling out on May 23 with what initially scheduled for May 15
21 May 2018   793

The world's first blockchain-based webcam platform in the online adult entertainment industry is going to release its first public Beta on May 23. The transfer of the Beta to a new server was started last week in order to conduct more detailed tests. And as a result, Beta test streams was scheduled for May 15.

However during the transfer of the Beta application to the production servers, it turned out that the server configuration sockets were getting blocked for clients. Along with that, the legal side of the release is still ongoing: the lawyers are working on a part of USC 2557 documentation (model contract) that is necessary to start the streams.

A different business model that excludes intermediaries, automate all processes based on the implementation of the smart contracts in business logic and financial segment promises to disrupt the industry and make the platform safer, more effective and convenient for users, models and affiliates.

At the moment of publication, the market parameters for Live Stars are as follows:

Average price 0.067867 USD
Market cap 2,695,774 USD
Volume (24H) 96,054 USD

PwC to Represent Crypto Analysis Tool

Halo aims to provide warranty services to cryptocurrency transactions, in particular, the solution helps to create independent evidence for private-public key pairs
20 June 2019   80

One of the world's largest consulting firms, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), announced the launch of an updated audit solution that supports cryptocurrency assets. This is stated in the press release of the company.

A tool called Halo aims to provide warranty services to cryptocurrency transactions. In particular, the solution helps to create independent evidence for private-public key pairs, which is one of the elements necessary for establishing cryptocurrency ownership rights.

In addition, Halo can collect information about transactions and balances on the blockchain.

As noted in the statement, the decision can be used by companies for which PwC is not an auditor. The initiative should help them try new opportunities and solve problems related to the blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

Currently, PwC can use the updated tool to provide warranty services to customers operating Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Diamond, LiteCoin, Ethereum, Ripple (XRP), as well as the ERC-20 OAX token.

PwC has been showing quite a strong interest in the cryptocurrency industry for several years now. So, in 2017, the company began accepting payments in Bitcoins, and last year began to develop new standards for the ecosystem of digital assets and stablecoats.