The year 2017 has been pretty spectacular for most cryptocurrencies so far. The Bitcoin price has gained a lot of value, but the increase in the Ethereum price hasn’t gone unnoticed either. As a result, Ethereum is slowly becoming more appealing to mainstream consumers. There is still a lot of work to be done in this regard, though.
It has been coming for quite some time now, but the Blockchain wallet has officially integrated Ethereum support.
Since early 2017, the developers behind most leading public blockchain networks such as Bitcoin and Ethereum have begun to actively develop second-layer solutions mainly for scalability purposes.
Venture capital firms have been plunking down millions of dollars in funding on startups pitching blockchain tech....