Status of the Bitcoin network as of Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 12:00:01 EST: Total bitcoins: 17,990,233.544972 Height: 599,225 Difficulty: 13,008,091,666,971.900391 Statistics for the past 24 hours: Number of blocks mined: 150 Total bitcoins output (amount sent): 414,066.882886 Total fees: 17.620640 Average time until block found: 9 minutes, 35 seconds Estimated hashrate: 96,995,361,557.739700 gh/s Current […]
In this week's briefing, Open Europe's Stephen Booth argues that whether a workable deal can be found rests, in large part, on the DUP's response to the UK's Brexit proposals.The post Weekly Briefing: Johnson and Varadkar can see a “pathway to a deal” – but is it wide enough for the DUP? appeared first on […]
In this week's briefing, Anthony Egan argues that an EU refusal to engage with the UK's proposals would lead to an extension and an election - which could make matters worse for the EU, not better.The post Weekly Briefing: An extension and an election might make matters worse for the EU appeared first on Open […]
In a new report, Open Europe assesses the issues raised by No Deal and proposes an action plan for the UK Government. Overall, our judgement is that No Deal will cause some disruption, but that much of this can be managed with the right set of responses.The post Manageable but Material: The consequences of No […]
Speaking to CNBC on 3 October, Open Europe's Pieter Cleppe discusses the UK Government's recent proposals for an alternative to the backstop.The post The EU could be flexible on Irish border appeared first on Open Europe.
In this week's briefing, David Shiels considers the progress on the ongoing Brexit negotiations and how the impasse on the backstop might be overcome.The post Weekly Briefing: The Good Friday Agreement is key to unblocking the backstop impasse appeared first on Open Europe.
In a new report, Open Europe explores how the backstop has led to the current Brexit stalemate and identifies key areas where a compromise can be found.The post Brexit and the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement: Finding a way through the backstop impasse appeared first on Open Europe.
In this week's briefing, Anna Nadibaidze notes that while the EU27 do not want a No Deal Brexit, they also do not want the UK to remain.The post Weekly Briefing: EU leaders signal desire for Brexit deal despite limited progress appeared first on Open Europe.
Open Europe's Anna Nadibaidze argues that both the UK and EU recognise the need to engage on foreign policy in any Brexit outcome, but future arrangements are likely to depend on the level of trust. The post Whatever the Brexit outcome, the UK and EU need to maintain dialogue on foreign policy appeared first on […]
In a new briefing, Open Europe outlines the questions about the future UK-EU security relationship that both sides will have to consider ahead of the next phase of Brexit negotiations.The post European security cooperation after Brexit: Unanswered questions for the UK and the EU appeared first on Open Europe.