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Token Daily for Sept 20


TWEET OF THE DAY



"In 6 months there’s gonna be a lot of weedstock bag holders tweeting stuff like 'millionaires are made in the bear market 😀 ETF + regulatory clarity soon stay strong brothers πŸ˜¬πŸ€‘'"


- Nic on Tilray, and other marijuana stocks, experiencing the type of volatility crypto twitter's grown accustomed to. 
 

 
  

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT



πŸ‡°πŸ‡· ICON & SK Planet SK Planet, which operates the biggest mileage point system in South Korea, is partnering up with ICON to use crypto in its rewards program.


For a complete list of today's trending articles, head on over here.


  

READS OF THE DAY



πŸ“– Making Money, Literally, in the Age of Bitcoin. An oldie but goodie from Interstellar VP of Engineering Tess Rinearson. In her post, Tess describes how bitcoin and blockchains work using emojis.


  

THOUGHT OF THE DAY


Opinions and observations from our readers. Have a thought you'd like to share? Reply directly to today's issue, and we'll review your submission.

Mason Borda:
 

"Every token issuer carries a different product roadmap with varied requirements and constraints. More ambitious teams carrying strong technology requirements may want to create their own blockchain. Those that want to focus more on their product and less on their token may seek to launch on an open standard. Which token launching approach is right for you is entirely dependent on the specific needs of your business or project."


For an overview of the different ways to issue tokens, and the pros and cons of each method, hop on over here.
 
      
QUESTION OF THE DAY 


What do you look for in a team? What projects have the best team in the space?

Rick Marini from Protocol Ventures shares his thoughts.

 

  
LAUNCHES & UPDATES 


πŸš€ Circle just introduced EOS, Stellar, 0x, and Qtum on Circle Invest.
 

      

THING TO KNOW


TPS

Transactions per second. Often used as a measure of the speed or throughput (think: capacity per time) of a network, TPS is useful in understanding what kinds of use cases a blockchain can feasibly have. A blockchain with a higher TPS isn’t necessarily better because it may have tradeoffs in other areas like security, privacy, etc. 
 

  
 



 

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