A new blockhain-based AR game to establish new virtual economy

Mossland uses blockchain to confirm trade transactions of AR and VR real estate assets
19 March 2018   738

Mossland announced its ICO to launch on March 21. The announcement follows the success of pre-ICO in January. The project is a blockchain-based AR/VR game that is unique of its kind as it allows the players to buy and sell virtual properties like Eiffel Tower or Empire State Building. The blockchain provides transparency and security as utilizing Mossland native token MossCoin (MOC). These assets are to be recorded on Moss Chain specifically designed for AR/VR assets.

Moss Chain is a very exciting technology that stands to dramatically reshape our increasingly digital world. We're now building a completely new ecosystem that will inspire a creation of the new creative projects such as Mossland and will completely reshape the gaming market.

 

Louis Jinhwa Kim

Blockchain Advisor, Mossland

The game assumes a centralized hub called Action House where the players can advertise the sale or buy offers and thus initiate a trade process. This hub will also confirm the trade details so that the players don't have to trust each other and be sure that exchange is fair. Moreover, with the release of Google Maps API, the game will combine the mechanics of Pokemon Go. Overall, a new kind of virtual economy is to arise in the near perspective with assets created and traded by the players themselves.

Bittrex to Go For Maintenance After 1/3 Funds Moved

Users suspects hack, but exchange says "funds are safe"
05 December 2019   114

The Bittrex cryptocurrency exchange has announced scheduled maintenance today, December 5, from 22:00 to 23:00 (GMT). On the eve, a third of its assets were transferred to an unknown wallet.

During maintenance, users will not be able to log into the system or use the APIs. Trading will be suspended.

On December the 4th, populat Twitter account posted that "43,564 #BTC (313,074,134 USD) transferred from Bittrex to unknown wallet." Users suspected that the exchange was hacked, but the exchange . 

Closures for scheduled maintenance only heightened suspicion. However, the Bittrex team assures that "that claim is false."