From a new crypto-auto exchange to Tron's expansion of the decentralized web, here are some of the stories that break in the world of crypto.
Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
The owner of the Houston Rockets is leading the encrypted adoption in Texas.  Tilman Fertitta claims that his car dealership is now the first Rolls Royce, Bentley and Bugatti dealership in America to accept BTC and BCH, via BitPay.
Interesting news! My Post Oak Motor Cars at @PostOakUptown is the first @RollsRoyce @BentleyMotors and @Bugatti dealer in America to accept @Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash for payments. #bitcoin #BitcoinCash #luxurycars pic.twitter.com/AXPIcsx7up
– Tilman Fertitta (@TilmanJFertitta) 5 September 2018
Ethereum (ETH)  A proof-of-stake panel at the Ethereum Meetup 2018 in Switzerland has just hit the web.
Introduced by Adrian Brink of Tendermint, Peter Czaban of the Web3 Foundation, David Knott of OmiseGo and Vlad Zamfir of the Ethereum Foundation.
AION has just released a new community update.
Since its launch on mainnet, the team has focused on hiring new talent, defining a blockchain adoption strategy and achieving technical milestones for the platform's ultimate goal. . achieve blockchain interoperability.
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Tron's BitTorrent is releasing a simple website to download shared files on the BitTorrent protocol.
The platform will probably use a new token that will be used to reward people for sharing files with others.
The teams @BitTorrent and @utorrent have worked hard on a new product called μTorrent Web over the last couple of months. We are excited to launch a simple web-based product that allows you to quickly download the gameplay! https://t.co/q8HUTuLWbT
– TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) 4 September 2018
Cardano has released a new update on Project Shelley.
Among other things, the project is designed to ensure that Cardano remains adequately decentralized, providing stakeholders with the right monetary incentives to continue feeding the network.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Arrington XRP Capital founder Michael Arrington just sat down with TechCrunch for a blockchain and banking discussion.
TechCrunch was founded by Arrington in 2005.
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