Angus Leung

Angus is a writer and Bitcoin enthusiast looking for the next big thing. He writes mainly about tech, the world implementing blockchain and the world of business.

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Time-based employment platform, Chronobank is preparing for their ICO and to change the way workers get paid with their blockchain token.
Time-Based Cryptocurrency: Utopia or Uber-like Labour Market Game Changer?
Angus Leung
2016-11-07T12:21:00+00:00
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Japan’s Daiwa and YSE are officially working on a blockchain-based stock exchange for Myanmar to trade securities within 2 years.
Myanmar Could Become Home to Blockchain Stock Exchange, Daiwa and YSX Test Platform
Angus Leung
2016-11-04T12:05:00+00:00
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US government asked Swiss banks to reconsider their decision to shut out Americans from their banking system. This could be an opportunity for Americans to swit...
US Clients of Swiss Banks May Turn to Bitcoin As Swiss Stop Accepting US Clients
Angus Leung
2016-10-31T10:30:00+00:00
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Steemit surpasses 100K users and 500K unique monthly visitors but has to fight to remain on top and save a devaluing Steem.
Steemit Exceeds 100K Users, Plans to Expand Saving Steem
Angus Leung
2016-10-30T15:10:00+00:00
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Funderbeam is building a blockchain stock exchange for people to invest in privately traded startups.
Funderbeam to Build Blockchain-based Stock Exchange for Startups, Raises $ 2.6Mln
Angus Leung
2016-10-26T11:35:00+01:00
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Online medical inquiry platform Ask The Doctor now accepting Bitcoin as a payment option for medical inquiries, aims to increase privacy in medical payments.
Online Platform Ask The Doctor Adds Bitcoin to Payment Options to Protect Privacy
Angus Leung
2016-10-16T15:36:00+01:00
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Norway plans to withdraw $15 bln from its wealth fund to fill a budget hole.
Norway To Withdraw $15 Bln From Its Wealth Fund, Can Put Bitcoin in Portfolio in Future
Angus Leung
2016-10-14T13:20:00+01:00
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The popular meme known as Pepe the Frog is becoming a tradeable CounterParty asset through the Bitcoin Blockchain.
Rare Pepe Cards Become Tradeable CounterParty Asset, Now Has Value
Angus Leung
2016-10-10T16:17:00+01:00
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