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  • South Korean province partners with Orbs to launch its own cryptocurrency

    The government of a South Korean province has partnered with Israeli blockchain startup Orbs to create its very own cryptocurrency. Officials from the eastern coastal province of Gyeongsangbuk-do explain that the blockchain-based digital currency, which will be dubbed the Gyengbuk Coin, will replace a state loyalty scheme called the “Hometown Love Gift Cards”. Regional acceptance […]
  • Bitcoin Heading To All Time Highs This Year Despite SEC Bitcoin ETF Rejections

    Bitcoin Heading To $20,000 This Year, Despite The US SEC Bitcoin ETF Rejection The optimism that has trailed the certainty of the rise of Bitcoin to $20,000 or more in the remaining four months of the year has not subsided. The confidence is ranging amid the rejection of 10 Bitcoin ETF proposals by the United […]
  • Elon Musk Plays Along with ETH Giveaway Scam on Twitter

    Barely a few hours after crypto giveaway scam bots on Twitter targeted the official account of Pope Francis to promote a fake bitcoin giveaway, Elon Musk has again been targeted while taking a playful jab at the now-ubiquitous Twitter scam. Responding to a thread under a tweet from Techmeme referencing Twitter’s latest purge of scam […]
  • Jared Polis Wants To Make Colorado A Blockchain Hub

    he Democratic gubernatorial candidate hopes blockchain technology can improve the lives of all Coloradans. When you think of Colorado, you may see images of snowy mountain peaks, forests full of golden aspen trees, or legalized marijuana. You may think of skiing, hiking, or even Mesa Verde, where Native Americans carved their homes right into the […]
  • Ethereum And Bitcoin Cash: Handling The Hard Forks

    Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum are both in the process of considering upcoming hard forks, but the decision-making and communication processes are playing out very differently: Decisions on the Ethereum blockchain seem largely decided by communities of developers, whereas the Bitcoin Cash community lets miners take the reins. The different priorities of each blockchain lay at […]
  • ETH FUTURES: BAD FOR ETHEREUM, GOOD FOR BITCOIN, SAYS TOM LEE

    Tom Lee believes that the introduction of Ether futures trading will have opposing effects on the price trajectories of the top two cryptocurrencies. Lee’s declaration as the Cboe Global Markets gears up to launch Ethereum futures contracts in addition to its Bitcoin futures trading, which debuted in December 2017. HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF According to Business […]
  • How Venezuela Came to Be One of the Biggest Markets for Crypto in the World

    Venezuela has been living with hyperinflation since at least 2014. Its national currency — the Venezuelan bolívar — hit an official inflation rate of 57.3 percent in February 2014, while independent currency analysts were reporting that, by that September, the real inflation rate had already topped 100 percent. In other words, the bolívar (VEF) was […]
  • ERNST & YOUNG HAVE ACQUIRED CRYPTOCURRENCY INVESTMENT SOFTWARE

    Cryptocurrencies are continuing to break new grounds within traditional finances. An increasing number of major firms continue to explore digital currency investment software. E&Y’S FORAY INTO CRYPTOCURRENCIES Ernst & Young has acquired a software developed by a Silicon Valley-based startup called Elevated Consciousness in order to manage investments executed in cryptocurrencies. The software in question […]
  • 7 Celebrities Who Fell In Love With Cryptocurrency

    Cryptocurrency seems to have taken over the world in the past 18 months or so, and, unsurprisingly, a number of celebrities have jumped on the Bitcoin bandwagon too. Here are seven celebrities who are advocates of digital currency: 1. Ashton Kutcher Actor Kutcher is known for his various investments in technology firms, and this interest […]
  • Cryptocurrency “miners,” utilities look for ways to get along

    Electric producers aren’t sure whether cryptocurrency “miners” are friend or foe. The miners, who use powerful computers to generate bitcoin, ethereum and other cryptocurrencies by solving complex computational problems, are power hogs that can bring new sources of revenue for energy producers. But that revenue generally comes at a price: millions of dollars of investment […]
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