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  1. Valued at nearly $3 billion, the Tron blockchain is set to go live in the coming days, finally putting the much-debated technology to test.
  2. Ethereum, the world's second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization dropped to a 74-day low below $430 - a level not seen since April 12.
  3. Hydro-Quebec has submitted to the Quebec government the main guidance to select crypto companies to work with.
  4. Chinese police have arrested a suspect on charges of alleged power theft, seizing 200 bitcoin and ethereum mining computers in the process.
  5. With its community aligned, Zcash's first hard fork, Overwinter, might not be exciting. But as always, you never really rule out a blockchain split.
  6. From luxury cruises to Middle East startup tours, crypto enthusiasts are traveling the world, but it's not always seen in a positive light.
  7. Entrepreneurs and developers behind four different blockchain startups can add their names to the list of Thiel Fellowship awardees.
  8. Ahead of the Zcash Foundation's first big gathering, crypto aficionados are watching to see if the non-profit can redeem a maligned governance model.
  9. If you have ever been confused by patterns flashing on crypto charts, this crash course on candlesticks will help clear a few things up.
  10. For the second time in EOS' infancy, transactions are being censored. For some, it's a way to stop scammers. For others, it's centralized overreach.