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  • Joseph Lubin: People Said Ethereum Could Not Be Done, but It Is a Remarkable Success

    “[..]I met Joe. Joe is the CEO of ConsenSys, and he has something about him; he is an inspirational figure, he has this ability to excite people about this future” This is how Ajit Tripathi, a partner at ConsenSys, described Joseph Lubin during the recent interview to Cointelegraph in response to a question about why […]
    • by Catherine Ross
    • July 27, 2018
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  • 11 Companies Join ‘Agreements Network’ To Develop Ethereum Platform For Lawyers

    Eleven law firms and blockchain startups have joined open-source software company Monax to help develop a new legal services platform called the Agreements Network. Originally revealed in April, the network is being designed to allow lawyers to perform tasks like managing contracts, leases, and governance documents via smart contracts that are compatible with the public ethereum blockchain. […]
    • by Sarah Hansen
    • July 27, 2018
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  • Crypto Markets Tumble as SEC Rejects Winklevoss Twins’ Second Bitcoin ETF Application

    Crypto markets have taken a sharp downturn, today, July 27, with all of the top ten coins by market cap hit by hefty losses and Bitcoin (BTC) dipping back below the $8,000 psychological price point, as data from Coin360 shows. The grim market picture is likely due to yesterday’s breaking news that the Winklevoss Twins’ […]
    • by Marie Huillet
    • July 27, 2018
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  • Bitcoin thrown lifeline by SEC Commissioner despite ETF rejection

    Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) for Bitcoin are in back in the news. This week, another application submitted by Bitcoin $BTC▼4.01% billionaires, the Winklevoss twins, was shot down by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This was the second attempt of theirs to be rejected by government regulators, after waiting more than a year for another SEC ruling. […]
    • by David Canellis
    • July 27, 2018
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  • Here’s how GDPR and the blockchain can coexist

    When an enforceable right meets an immutable ledger, it looks like a textbook clash of law and technology. On the one hand, we have the General Data Protection Regulation laws (GDPR), which aims to give people a say in how information about them is processed. For example, individuals have the right to request that their […]
    • by Binary District Journal
    • July 27, 2018
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  • Donald Trump assassination market appears on blockchain platform Augur

    Blockchain technology is often touted for its potential to transform everything from how we vote, to the way we pay. But the digital ledgers also enable much darker use cases, as demonstrated by a blockchain platform that has been used to set up an online assassination market. Users of the recently-established Augur protocol are using its underlying blockchain […]
    • by Anthony Cuthbertson
    • July 27, 2018
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  • Blockchain Could Be the Savior of Free Speech

    Many governments and businesses today use censorship software to monitor people’s online activity and prohibit access to undesirable content. According to Freedom House, Internet freedom in 2017 dropped for the seventh year in row, with as many as two-thirds of all web users facing state censorship. Fortunately, there’s a technology that allows people to circumvent […]
    • by Mick Hagen
    • July 27, 2018
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  • The Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange Announces Official Launch To The Public

    The Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX), which aims to position itself as a world-leading institutional-grade token sale platform and Digital Asset Exchange, has undergone its official full-scale launch today. The newly launched exchange is now open to members of the public and will feature fiat onboarding for customers, as well as a number of trading pairs, […]
  • Wisconsin Libertarian Candidate For Governor Accepts Crypto Donations, Praises Blockchain Tech

    Phil Anderson, chair of the Libertarian Party of Wisconsin, is immersed in his campaign for governor. His platform represents various libertarian ideals, such as economic freedom, criminal justice reform, and educational choice. True to his party, he is circumspect of governmental intervention and regulation. He also believes in the power of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. […]
  • Any Truth To EOS Investor Claim That The Blockchain Now Handles 5,000 Transactions Per Second?

    Michael Novogratz recently made headlines with a bold assertion during an interview with TheStreet that the EOS blockchain is, “already doing 5,000 transactions a second. It should be doing 50,000 transactions per second in a few months.” Novogratz is not exactly an impartial party. He is the CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners, the venture capital […]
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