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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. What is blockchain?
  2. Key features of blockchain
  3. Block and transaction
  4. How does blockchain work?
  5. Types of blockchain
  6. Importance of blockchain
  7. Blockchain applications
  8. Blockchain market size
  9. Blockchain companies

Blockchain, the underlying technology of bitcoin, was once just a buzzword but is now an irreversible trend that has the potential to reshape human society.

1. What is blockchain?

There is no consensus on the definition of blockchain. Technically speaking, blockchain is an ever-growing append-only chain of blocks, where blocks are chained together by cryptographically guaranteed hashes. Within each block on the chain are the transaction items and other extra information contained in that network.

Blockchain began as a concept from the bitcoin whitepaper by bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto. The bitcoin paper uses the phrase “chain of blocks” and “block chain” instead of ‘blockchain’. 

The idea of blockchain first appeared in a research paper “How to Time-Stamp a Digital Document” by Stuart Haber and W. Scott Stornetta. The paper introduced the notion of “chain of time-stamps” similar to our current definition of blockchain. In general, blockchain is a combination of three technologies – cryptography, distributed ledger technology (DLT), and Consensus.

Some key features are created from this combination, making the blockchain unique, the core being immutability, which could have a profound influence on social structure, monetary and financial system, government governing philosophy, value definition, and the list goes on. Blockchain technology is the backbone of transforming our trust from trusted third parties to trust in machines. Blockchain technology is the backbone for the value network that solves the problem of double-spending without the need for a trusted central authority.

2. Key features of blockchain 

Immutability. With blockchain, it is the first time in history that humanity has the ability to keep records permanently. this feature gives us the feeling of “eternality”. On the blockchain, the record is undeniable and tamper-proof. Immutability is blockchain’s most important feature. With immutability, blockchain makes trustless applications a reality.

Decentralization. A blockchain’s infrastructure is supported by a network of nodes that can be anywhere in the world. Nodes on the network are usually computers and servers distributed globally. The nodes constantly update each other with the latest blockchain data. Unlike a centralized system, there is no single point of failure for the network to be attacked.

Consensus. It is the economic incentive to make miners do the right thing. It is, in essence, a reward mechanism to reward those who contribute to the security of blockchain, thus making the blockchain network more robust with time. In the bitcoin blockchain network, the incentive is newly created bitcoins in the Coinbase transaction plus transaction fees. Token (coin) is not necessarily an element of a blockchain. But most popular blockchains have tokens and most are hard forks or codebase reuse of bitcoin like Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, BSV, etc. For the bitcoin network, it uses proof-of-work (PoW) consensus to solve probabilistically long-last Byzantine Generals’ Problem in distributed systems. As Satoshi said, “The proof-of-work chain is a solution to the Byzantine Generals’ Problem…The proof-of-work chain is how all the synchronization, distributed database, and global view problems you’ve asked about are solved.” 

Permissionless. The blockchain network is open to everybody. Everybody can join or leave the blockchain network as a node without any permission. This is really a powerful feature as it decoupled from node numbers and the nodes communication complexity doesn’t necessarily rely on node number.

3. Block and transaction

Block is a collection of transactions. Typically, a block has some metadata like transactions, a hash as a reference to the block, Height, Block reward, timestamp, Nonce, etc. Now in the extended version, it has Miner name, Fee Reward, confirmation, Transaction Volume, etc.

The transaction has a hash, received time, inputs (address and other info), output (address and other inf), etc.

All the block and transaction info are publicly available, but typically you don’t know who is behind the address. There are some blockchain explorers you can use to inspect block and transaction details of bitcoin and other crypto blockchains, like blockchain.com, btc.com and blockchair.com

4. How does blockchain work?

The blockchain working process is simply adding a new block to the existing blockchain recursively. We use the bitcoin blockchain as an example.

(1) When people make transactions, the transactions are broadcast to all miners (full nodes). Then miners collect new transactions into a block.

(2) At the same time, miners will do a proof-of-work puzzle game (proof-of-work) for the right of adding the block. When a miner solved the puzzle game, it broadcasts the block to all nodes

(3) If miners confirmed all transactions in the block are valid and unspent, miners will accept the block. Then miners will use the accepted block’s hash as the previous hash and work on the creating next block.

(4) The process above is repeated endlessly.

5. Types of blockchain

A blockchain can be public or private. A blockchain can be permissioned and permissionless. 

Typical public permissionless blockchains are bitcoin blockchain and Ethereum blockchain.

Typical public permissioned blockchain is R3.

We can categorize blockchain by consensus algorithms as well. Typical consensus algorithms are Proof of Work (PoW), Proof of Stake (PoS), and Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS). PoW is the original consensus in bitcoin. Ethereum is a PoW consensus as well, but in Ethereum 2.0, it will migrate to a PoS consensus. Algorand is a pure PoS based blockchain. EOS claims to be DPoS consensus.

6. Importance of blockchain

Blockchain’s immutability makes it possible to facilitate direct p2p transactions without trust third parties involved. To understand the importance of blockchain, we need to first understand “trust”.

Credit, Trust and Reliance

Trust and credit are everywhere in our society. Common institutions like banks are built around trust. They are trusted third parties. When you buy a house, many third parties are involved like governments, banks, real estate agencies. When it comes to the monetary and financial industry, almost everything is based on trust. If you save money in banks, your wealth is simply a digital number in bank IT systems and you have to trust them. Almost all financial services are based on trust. Even your money is issued with trust in the central bank. All fiat money is issued based on national credit.

Reducing trust and reliance

Where there is a reliance there is the risk of being enslaved. Government and other institutions tend to abuse and extend its scope in nature. When we delegate more to authorities, there are more risks of abuse. Although we have laws and regulations, these checks and balances are far from perfect when the rules are getting ever more complex. The best way is to reduce the roles of trusted third parties.

Milton Friedman, an American economist and Nobel prize winner, best known for his strong beliefs in free-market capitalism discussed a similar concept when talking about reducing the roles of government in 1999. He said:

“I think that the Internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. The one thing that’s missing, but that will soon be developed, is a reliable e-cash, a method whereby on the Internet you can transfer funds from A to B without A knowing B or B knowing A.”

Conducive to Friedman’s missing e-cash concept is blockchain-based bitcoin and other cryptos, capable of creating true free markets. 

Actually, the core idea behind the bitcoin network is to make possible p2p transactions without having to rely on trusted third parties, thus removing the need for third party agencies.

“[Bitcoin is] a purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution…Commerce on the Internet has come to rely almost exclusively on financial institutions serving as trusted third parties to process electronic payments”.

The bitcoin whitepaper, mentions “trust” 14 times. Satoshi Nakamoto also expressed his frustration with having to trust the monolithic central banking system. He wrote:

“The root problem with conventional currency is all the trust that’s required to make it work. The central bank must be trusted not to debase the currency, but the history of fiat currencies is full of breaches of that trust. Banks must be trusted to hold our money and transfer it electronically, but they lend it out in waves of credit bubbles with barely a fraction in reserve. We have to trust them with our privacy, trust them not to let identity thieves drain our accounts. Their massive overhead costs make micropayments impossible.”

While blockchain removes the trust in monetary and financial systems, it also introduces a new money issuance consensus. Bitcoin creation relies on computing power. When the ways of creating and earning money changes, the value system built around it will change accordingly.

The blockchain’s ability to reduce “trust” is beyond the monetary and financial industry, and government. There are many more blockchain applications. Typically, blockchain’s application utilizes blockchain’s two features: transparency and privacy.

7. Blockchain applications

Blockchain is widely adopted in different industries, including supply chain, insurance, Identity Management, voting system, and IoT.

Real estate. The process of buying a house is quite complex. Many certificates and materials are verified and assessed repeatedly by many parties involved. The process can be reduced and simplified by adopting blockchain-based property ownership certificates and history records. It can avoid paper certificates fraud for renting as well. In addition, blockchain can factor one whole house and sell to different investors by tokenizing the house. But it may have some legal issues. Blockchain can be used in mortgage of the property as well. For example, the Bank of China has adopted blockchain technology in property and the valuation report can be shared among alliance banks without sensitive information disclosure.

Supply chainSupply chain companies can utilize blockchain’s traceability to accelerate the process and provide (a) transparent and full controlled transactions. This can avoid some common problems like smuggling. (2) Auditability and reliability. Since the data on the blockchain can not be altered, all parties involved can trust the data and audit the data immediately and easily. 

Insurance. Insurance companies can use blockchain technology to solve the double claim problem without customer data shared and disclosed. AIA International Limited has called for proposals that looked for a blockchain solution to deal with that issue. The solution shares customer information by a fingerprint of data (a.k.a. hash value). Therefore no actual information had been disclosed.

Identity Management. Blockchain-based identity management provides tamper-proof evidence for identity verification while guaranteeing enough privacy. Some universities have adopted blockchain-based certificates which can reduce fake paper ones and simplify the verification process.

Voting system. Voting is important for democracy and the voting result reflects public opinion and interest.  Real voters and convenience are key factors for voting. Blockchain guarantees voting without manipulation in the voting process and reduce the risk of a hack.

IoTIoT devices responsible for the data collection, and blockchain for the data storage. Blockchain guarantees the data in IoT networks are not modified like climate data. Blockchain also enhances IoT network robustness as well.

8. Blockchain market size

According to Gartner, the business added value by blockchain will be more than 3.1 Trillion USD by 2030. The growth of the Business Value of Blockchain is divided into 3 phrases: Irrational exuberance, Larger focused investment to large-scale economic value-add. According to PWC’s report, blockchain technologies could boost the global economy US$1.76 trillion by 2030.

9. Blockchain companies

There are many blockchain companies and startups. Typical emerging blockchain companies are ESO’s parent company Block.one, Blockchain.com, BlockStream, Coinbase, Gemini and ConsenSys. Some traditional companies have taken part in the blockchain industry like IBM, PWC and Microsoft. 

There are some listed companies with major business being blockchain and crypto-related. 

DigitalX (ASX: DCC), provides service for ICO advising.

HIVE Blockchain (TSXV: HIVE), connects blockchain and cryptos to the traditional asset markets.

Northern Data (FWB: NB2), collaborated with Canna to work with AI and blockchain development.

Overstock.com (NASDAQ: OSTK), invests in blockchain ventures spanning from finance to agriculture.

RESAAS Services (TSXV: RSS), brings the real estate industry to a cloud-based and blockchain-powered system. 

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (OTCMKTS: GBTC), established in 2013 by Digital Currency Group, focuses on digital currency investing, primarily bitcoin. 

Okg Technology Holdings Ltd (HKG: 1499), Mingxing Xu is the controlling shareholder of both Okg Technology and OKEx.

Huobi Technology (HKG: 1611), is a cryptocurrency exchange and blockchain-related service provider.

Author: Kun Hu.

Johnny Chiu and Lucas Cacioli contributed to the post.

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Venezuelan Health Workers Receive USDC as Aid from US

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Despite frustrations caused by the disputed 2019 Presidential election in Venezeula, healthcare workers are getting financial aid, thanks to Crypto.

Airtm, a Latin American crypto exchange, is working with Circle and the US government to dispatch much needed aid to first line workers in Venezuela. This aid distribution has some complicated politics behind it, but the usefulness of the technology is clear.

Dos Presidentes

Venezuela has seen a difficult political reality recently, with two different men claiming the presidency as their own. Nicolás Maduro became the country’s leader in the wake of Hugo Chavez’s death from cancer in 2013. In 2019, a disputed election led to another man, Juan Guaidó, claiming to be the country’s leader.

While Guaidó says his legitimacy stems from his role as head of the National Assembly, Maduro disputes this. The current US administration has been warm to Guaidó as well.

It has also accused Maduro of drug trafficking and President Trump even offered a $15 million reward for Maduro’s arrest.

Despite these tensions amid politicians, Maduro remains in power and in the presidential palace, with the military, allies, and the state-run oil company backing him.

Over 50 countries now recognize Guaidó as President of Venezeula. In turn, Maduro limited Guaidó’s access to funds. Nonetheless, Guaidó maintains he is the true president. And it is through him that aid is meant to be distributed. Unfortunately for Guaidó, he has no control over Venezuela’s treasury.

The Work Around

But there indeed exists a way for Guaidó to get money. Circle, the company which runs the USDC stablecoin, has earmarked Venezeulan funds for healthcare workers. The country, hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, has also seen a dearth of supplies and runaway inflation. Workers have few sources of income.

In a post on its website, Circle briefly explained how the system of distributing aid works. The US Federal Reserve and Treasury will take funds that had previously been seized from Maduro’s government and transfer them to Guaidó via a US bank.

With US dollars virtually in hand, but several borders away, Guaidó will be able to mint USDC and send it to the Airtm exchange. From there, Venezuelan health care workers can claim their funds as “AirUSD”. This stablecoin will be available for withdrawal to the recipients.

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The move, Circle seems to admit, is a way of bypassing Maduro’s regime, which controls banks in the socialist country. Circle is framing the move as a way to reward workers risking their lives in the hard-hit nation. The aid is said to number in the millions of dollars.

Jeremy Alliare, co-founder of circle, touted this use case of cryptocurrencies on Twitter. Hasu, a crypto researcher, replied that the US sending funds to other countries via crypto is both, “Impressive and scary.”

In 2019, Washington broke ties with Maduro’s government after calling the presidential elections there “fraudulent”. On Nov 19, 2020, the US decided to send its first ambassador in a decade to the South American nation.

After president-elect Joe Biden’s win on Nov 9, 2020, Maduro told the media he wished to resume a “decent” dialogue with the US.

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South African Regulator Gets Tough in Sweeping Policy Proposal

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The South African Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) has unveiled a draft cryptocurrency regulation policy framework. This proposal aims to bring all crypto trading and investment activities in the country under its close supervision. Under the policy revealed to the public on Nov 20, all crypto exchanges must receive FSCA authorisation to act as financial services providers.

The proposal uses South Africa’s Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services (FAIS) Act 2002 for its basis. The new policy classifies crypto assets as financial products. This classification brings all crypto investment, trading and advisory services under the FCA’s regulatory jurisdiction. The move is a departure from the country’s erstwhile soft touch regulatory approach to crypto.

New South African Regulations Explained

Under the new rules, South Africa’s previously unregulated crypto economy is now expressly classified as part of the financial services sector. All providers must demonstrate the same fiduciary capacity as traditional financial institutions.

While bringing crypto trading and investment under the FSCA, the new regulations do not mean that cryptocurrency is recognised as money in South Africa. According to the FSCA’s supporting statement in the policy proposal, the regulations aim to stem the tide of cryptocurrency scams which have swept through the country over the past three years.

In fact, the FSCA’s director of investigations and enforcement Brandon Topham was quoted in Business Insider saying that in his opinion crypto is “highly suspect and nobody should be invested in anything form of cryptocurrency or any of the products that go with it”.

An excerpt from the document reads:

The Declaration in no way legitimises or gives credence to crypto assets, but is merely attempting to regulate intermediaries that are selling and advising customers to invest in crypto assets. It is envisaged that this will either result in customers making more informed decisions when purchasing crypto assets or potentially in a decline in intermediaries attempting to advise on and/or sell crypto assets. It will also reduce instances of fraudulent activity where players purport to be selling investments in crypto assets but are in reality absconding with customer
funds.

Implications Of New Regulations

The new regulations will mandate all exchange platforms, advisors and brokers involved in the crypto space to certify themselves under the FSCA’s standards. They will have to prove that they have the relevant qualifications, capacity, experience and knowledge, as well as pass a personal character evaluation.

Crypto trading and investment activities will also require a financial services provider license. Failure to obtain this license could lead to jail time. Brokers and other intermediaries offering crypto investment are required to justify any decision to recommend a crypto investment to their clients.

Explaining this decision, the statement reads in part:

[This] will result in improved disclosures to customers that more effectively highlight the high risks involved in investing in crypto assets and should also ensure that a more robust advice process is adopted (including proper risk assessments) when intermediaries decide to advise customers to purchase crypto asset.

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Bitcoin Chases JP Morgan to Top World Bank

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On Nov 20, 2020, the market cap of Bitcoin rose above the market cap of JP Morgan Chase, the world’s largest public bank. Though it dropped back to number two on Nov 21, BTC’s quiet rise has enraptured the financial world.

JP Morgan v Bitcoin

JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has had a complicated relationship with Bitcoin. Since 2017, when Dimon claimed that Bitcoin was a fraud, much has changed at JP Morgan.

More recently, JP Morgan launched its own cryptocurrency and invested in ConsenSys. Though Dimon proclaimed on Nov 18, 2020 that Bitcoin is still, “not my cup of tea,” Bitcoin parried with its massive rise to near all time highs. Bitcoin, which itself is flirting not only with all time highs, but also with highest monthly closes, briefly overtook JP Morgan by market capitalization.

JP Morgan is America’s largest bank, rivaled by the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China in size. With a market cap of about $350 billion, JPMorgan is #17 of the Fortune 500 list of the largest US companies, just ahead of General Motors.

So when the market capitalization of Bitcoin surpassed JP Morgan at about $351 billion this weekend, it turned some heads. Bitcoin seems to be getting unprecedented interest from large wall street players and banks.

Crypto is FUNdamnetal

At the same time, the current crypto bull-run has arguably more fundamentals behind it than the one in 2017. The industry is more solid, the security more proven, the companies more transparent, and the backers better-known.

There are a few of possibilities fueling this current bull run. One theory is the growing understanding of Bitcoin as a replacement for gold. With the potential for huge post-stimulus inflation, US companies are seeking assets that will hold their own against rising prices.

Another possibility is the future of Bitcoin in the eyes of the law. In the United States, outgoing SEC Chairman Jay Clayton has clarified that Bitcoin is a store of value and not a security, a status that could make it more attractive to tax-conscious companies.

While this does not make Bitcoin an official “bank”, the cryptocurrency is still a financial instrument with more value parked in it than almost anything aside from gold.

With DeFi making an unbanked world a real possibility, cryptocurrencies continue to hold their own against traditional financial systems.

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Ethereum Classic Users to Access Ethereum with WETC

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Ethereum Classic Labs (ECL) announced the launch of Wrapped ETC (WETC), a token that connects Ethereum Classic (ETC) users to Ethereum. The company stated that WETC uses a bridging mechanism that effectively makes ETC interoperable on Ethereum. ECL made the move to give ETC users access to the large DeFi pool in Ethereum.

The launch of WETC follows the recent launch of the DAI-ETC bridge. This bridge gave ETC users access to the Ethereum-based stablecoin DAI. It also follows the same cross-chain bridging template developed by ChainSafe Systems.

ETC-ETH Bridging Template for WETC

According to ETC Labs, the cross-chain solution uses ChainBridge, a decentralised application developed by ChainSafe Systems. ChainBridge is a smart contract interface across the ETC and ETH blockchains. It mints and burns WETC tokens on the Ethereum blockchain to equal the ETC transferred into or withdrawn from the smart contract.

WETC tokens are compatible with all wallets that use the ERC-20 standard. Like other ERC-20 tokens, WETC works with all Ethereum DeFi-based exchanges, lending platforms, betting platforms and gaming platforms.

Explaining the necessity behind giving ETC users access to Ethereum DeFi protocols, ETC Labs founder and chairman James Wo said:

The realities of a global pandemic and economic crisis are cementing DeFi as an integral piece of the rapidly-expanding digital economy. Especially where access to financial services like trading, savings, lending, and borrowing are inaccessible due to distance or inability to set up a bank account, DeFi will be an increasingly important force for positive change.

ETC on ETH Blockchain – A Growing Phenomenon

Theoretically, Ethereum is a fork of Ethereum Classic following the DAO hack in Mar 2016. This should make the blockchains rivals. However, in October, ETC Labs announced the launch of the DAI-ETC bridge. This bridge enables ETC users to use their tokens on the Ethereum-based MakerDAO protocol. Like WETC, the ETC-DAI Bridge uses the ChainBridge smart contract interface to make the blockchains interoperable.

Some believe that the moves are effectively a concession to Ethereum’s place in the battle for DeFi supremacy. ETC Labs itself admits that there is a need to make the Ethereum ecosystem accessible to ETC. This is because Ethereum currently hosts the vast majority of DeFi protocols. A quote from the company reads:

Decentralized Finance (DeFi) has grown to over half a million users, with over $13 billion USD locked into DeFi protocols. Given the vast majority of DeFi protocols are based on Ethereum, WETC will provide ETC users an easy way to access DeFi on the Ethereum blockchain.

According to the company, efforts are currently underway to get WETC listed on exchanges.

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