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How Synexcoin Turned Experience into a Philosophy!

How Synexcoin Turned Experience into a Philosophy!

HomeSponsoredHow Synexcoin Turned Experience into a Philosophy! There have been many revolutionary ideas in technological history that have flopped throughout their history. Does Video 2000 tell you something? Apple’s Newton? Or the Ford Nucleon? Many technical inventions have spectacularly flopped even though they were good products. With a good invention, …

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CNBC Shows Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Love, Predicts Mooning

CNBC Shows Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Love, Predicts Mooning

News CNBC’s Fast Money hosts and panel were on the defensive during a recent broadcast, as some viewers accused the network of shilling for bitcoin cash (BCH). And, truth be told, CNBC has been showing the decentralized cryptocurrency an inordinate amount of love lately. A segment by a popular analyst, …

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Walmart files patent for reselling products using Blockchain

Walmart files patent for reselling products using Blockchain

Retail giant Walmart is looking to use Blockchain for reselling products in their stores, according to a new patent the company filed. The document was initially released by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office last Thursday. A blockchain based ledger would be used to store a record of items the …

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Crypto Scams Comprise 0.6% of Fraud – Australian Consumer Watchdog

Crypto Scams Comprise 0.6% of Fraud – Australian Consumer Watchdog

Featured The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a report on trends within the scam economy during 2017. The report identifies cryptocurrency related fraud to comprise less than 1% of the scam activity recorded in Australia last year. Also Read: Ross Ulbricht Continues to Fight for Freedom With Supreme …

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Failed Bull Breakout Leaves Bitcoin Eyeing Drop to $8K

Failed Bull Breakout Leaves Bitcoin Eyeing Drop to $8K

Bitcoin’s failed bull move on Sunday has left the doors open for the bears to make a comeback. The inverse head-and-shoulders breakout on May 20 signaled a short-term bullish reversal that could have seen bitcoin rise to $9,000 (target as per the measured height method). However, the bulls ran out of …

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Australia Plans Use of Blockchain Technology in Social Welfare Scheme Payments

Australia Plans Use of Blockchain Technology in Social Welfare Scheme Payments

With blockchain technology leading the change in the workings of government’s and businesses, more and more organisations around the world are embracing this technology. The Australian government’s digitization agency has revealed its plan that it is exploring the implementation of blockchain technology in delivering the social welfare scheme payments to …

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Tom Lee Explains Why Consensus 2018 Didn’t Boost BTC Prices

Tom Lee Explains Why Consensus 2018 Didn’t Boost BTC Prices

The NY Consensus 2018 has become the most important and expected event in the crypto ecosystem. The best projects, authorities, and influencers gathered together last week to share ideas and make announcements that could potentially revolutionize the industry. Many expected that during the week, Bitcoin price would rise as a …

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How Bitcoin Cash Can Avoid the Same Mistakes as Bitcoin Core, Part 4 of 4

How Bitcoin Cash Can Avoid the Same Mistakes as Bitcoin Core, Part 4 of 4

News The following opinion piece on Bitcoin Cash was written by Jonald Fyookball We’ve already discussed 3 reasons why the bitcoin project was subverted: lack of education, lack of clarity, and centralized development. Today I will proffer two more: censorship and propaganda were allowed to run rampant; miners didn’t understand their power …

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Bank of England Publishes Working Paper on State-Backed Cryptocurrencies

Bank of England Publishes Working Paper on State-Backed Cryptocurrencies

Bank of England has published a staff working paper on Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) outlining the risks associated with its creation and stability issues. The paper titled Central bank digital currencies- design principles and balance sheet implications. The paper has outlined three different models of CBDCs on how each could …

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States Increase Action To Combat Crypto Money Laundering

States Increase Action To Combat Crypto Money Laundering

Since the earliest days of the blockchain movement, governments have recognized the potential for cryptocurrencies to be used for illegal activities. In fact, whereas states have been very slow to accept crypto for legitimate economic purposes, they have paid significant attention to its criminal use. Recently money laundering has become …

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Google tries hiring Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin and fails

Google tries hiring Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin and fails

Search Engine giant Google tried hiring Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin to work for them. Buterin posted a screenshot of the mail he received from Google on twitter, asking his followers if he should take their offer. The screenshot was a follow-up mail from google which asked if he was doing …

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Nchain Acquires Majority Stake in BCH-Application Handcash

Nchain Acquires Majority Stake in BCH-Application Handcash

News On Monday the blockchain research and development firm, Nchain, announced the acquisition of a majority stake in the Bitcoin Cash-centric startup Handcash. The Handcash platform allows users to send BCH in a contactless manner using near field communication (NFC) technology. Also read: BCH Miners Discuss Funding Development With a Fraction …

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Initial Coin Offerings Are Setting Capital Free. That's Huge

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Simon Johnson, co-author of the bestseller “13 Bankers,” is the Ronald A. Kurtz (1954) Professor of Entrepreneurship at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He also works closely with Joi Ito, head of MIT’s Media Lab, on the Digital Currency Initiative (DCI).    The following article originally appeared in Consensus …

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