Ask most, and you’ll hear the opinion that Asia is a minefield when it comes to cryptocurrency. The mere mention of regulatory action on the already-volatile markets sends the price of bitcoin (and consequently altcoins) into a nosedive. One need on...
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After the bleeding has apparently been stymied from the recent cryptoeconomy crash, big-cap coins like bitcoin and ether stayed steady on Thursday, February 8th, while bitcoin cash (BCH) surged nearly 30 percent. Popular conjecture links the acute boost to Bitcoin Cash’s fresh listing on decentralized marketplace OpenBazaar. Also read: Berkeley Eyes Its Own ICO to Thumb […]
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Bitcoin is essentially the poster child for cryptocurrencies, and that’s becoming a problem for cybercriminals dealing on the dark web. Researchers from Recorded Future, a threat intelligence company that monitors forums on the dark web where many illegal transactions are arranged, looked through 150 of the dark web’s top marketplaces and found that the Bitcoin … Continue reading Litecoin And Dash Are Taking Over The Dark Web
Blockchain technology can revolutionize the way in which businesses provide services to both consumers and to other organizations. From building digital trust over a completely transparent ledger, to allowing participants to quickly interact via a p...
A tiny bank in Slovenia has been forced to stop selling cryptocurrency from its ATMs. Hranilnica Lon only had 15 automated teller machines but announced proudly last September that they’d decided to allow the purchase of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies directly from the machines. This was done via BitIns coupons, which are traded directly for … Continue reading Slovenia: Local Bank Forced to Stop Selling Cryptocurrency Via ATMs
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Despite the fact that her industry brings in billions of dollars per year, Polly Rodriguez, founder of online sex shop Unbound, and her peers, have faced a lot of flak from banks and credit-card companies. “When you get labeled as an adult company, you get blacklisted, effectively,” Rodriguez said. “The moment you put it into … Continue reading Online Sex Shops Are Hoping to Revolutionize Industry with Cryptocurrencies
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The Trump administration has been threatening to cut off funding to “sanctuary cities” — typically large, more liberal American cities that offer refuge to undocumented immigrants. That’s set up a showdown with Berkeley, California, one of America’s most liberal hubs. Now, Berkeley officials want an ICO to extricate the need for federal funding. Also read: Bitcoin […]
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