TenX President to Resign due to Lyoness Scandal

Hosp tried to delete all the public data linking him to Lyoness but one “training” video, voiced by Julian was found
10 January 2019   1142

Co-founder and president of TenO's ICO startup, Julian Hosp left his post. From now on, the company will be solely managed by CEO Toby Hoenish.

Note that from 2011 to 2015, Julian Hosp was a “member” of the Lyoness financial pyramid. In the company he was engaged in marketing, sales, held lectures for other participants of the company.

Before the ICO of the TenX project, Josp tried to delete all the public data linking him to Lyoness.

According to Breaker, Lyoness is recognized as an illegal fraudulent scheme by the Supreme Court of Switzerland, the Austrian civil court and the Norwegian Gambling Council. About the connection of Josp with the project it became known thanks to the “training” video from Lyoness, allegedly voiced by him.

Radix to Replay All BTC Transactions in 15 Minutes

Radix is developing a DLT alternative, with which it has a lot of common, but at the same time it is more scalable and easier for devs to work with
13 June 2019   410

The Radix project had conducted visual testing of the capabilities of its technology in a “live” format.

According to the announcement on Twitter, testing begun 12.06 at 9:30 Eastern time. During the process, Radix promised to reproduce all transactions from the Bitcoin blockchain, that had been recorded there for 10 years of cryptocurrency existence. The entire procedure is expected to take less than one hour. Thus, the project intends to demonstrate the bandwidth and scalability of the solution created by it.

Team was able to perform successful test in 15 minutes. That's 4 times less than expected. Impressive result.

Radix is developing an alternative to the blockchain technology, with which it shares characteristics such as decentralization and protection against unauthorized access, but at the same time it is more scalable and easier to handle for developers. To do this, the project uses database sharding, which ensures linear scalability of registries.