OmiseGO News

Omisego is a cryptocurrency, and decentralized exchange established in Thailand 2013 by Omise company. The cryptocurrency abbreviated as OMG. The project was based on the Ethereum network but moved to its blockchain in 2018. The platform works on an open protocol and easily integrates with other blockchain networks; it scales great, so all the calculations are carried out instantly. Omise offers a range of services to make people avoid using centralized banks: these are currency exchange and asset trading. The platform is protected from double spending and cyber attacks. The company launched a decentralized exchange where only Omisego-HODLers can approve transactions with a proof-of-stake algorithm. Moreover, the company has its crypto wallet with the ability to trade fiat and cryptocurrencies.

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According to Thailand-based company SYNQA, the firm will use the $80M investment to ‘deepen its footprint’ in cashless societies in Asia.
OMG Network's Parent Company SYNQA Raised $80 Million in Series C
Turner Wright
2020-06-22T03:20:00+01:00
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Interview
Uri Kolodny, co-founder and CEO of blockchain firm StarkWare, told Cointelegraph that Ethereum’s second-layer scalability solutions still need some work.
Ethereum Second-Layer Scalability Still Needs Work, Says Starkware CEO
Adrian Zmudzinski
2020-06-02T19:21:00+01:00
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Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin said that the blockchain’s initial layer-two scaling deployment is nearly complete.
Buterin Says Ethereum’s Layer-Two Scaling Development 'Basically' Succeeded
Adrian Zmudzinski
2020-06-02T13:45:00+01:00
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Tether has integrated the just-launched OMG Network Plasma sidechain, formerly known as OmiseGo, promising cheaper transactions as Ethereum’s fees skyrocket.
Tether Integrates With Plasma Sidechain to Reduce Load on Ethereum
Andrey Shevchenko
2020-06-01T11:35:00+01:00
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Markets News
The launch of support for OmiseGo sees an 80% trading premium, a sudden price breakout and renewed accusations of insider trading.
‘Coinbase Listings’ Return: 200% OmiseGo Pump and Dump Raises Eyebrows
William Suberg
2020-05-23T10:00:00+01:00
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Omise Holdings, parent company of OmiseGo, now goes by the name SYNQA.
OmiseGO's Parent Company Changes Name to SYNQA
Benjamin Pirus
2020-05-02T18:00:00+01:00
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Previously touted as the holy grail of Ethereum scalability, Plasma’s significant weaknesses appear to have made the developers quietly drop the technology.
Did Ethereum Silently Give Up on Plasma?
Andrey Shevchenko
2020-01-29T22:36:00+00:00
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OmiseGo, a finance-oriented scaling network for Ethereum, has become a member of Universal Protocol Alliance, a coalition of blockchain and cryptocurrency-focus...
OmiseGo Joins Crypto Coalition Universal Protocol Alliance
Ana Alexandre
2019-10-09T01:57:00+01:00
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