Jack Martin

Jack Martin was mildly praised for a school writing project many moons ago and it went to his head. Since then he has written song lyrics, software guides, film scripts, and (most recently) a children's book. In 2015 he started writing about cryptocurrency and nobody has stopped him yet.

Author’s posts

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United Nations sanctions experts advise against attending North Korean cryptocurrency conference, or risking sanctions violations.
United Nations Says Stay Away From North Korean Crypto Conference
Jack Martin
2020-01-15T09:26:00+00:00
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A United States district judge has ruled that Craig Wright does not have to forfeit 50% of his Bitcoin to the Kleiman estate because his holdings are unknown.
US Judge Rules That Craig Wright Won't Forfeit Bitcoin In Kleiman Case
Jack Martin
2020-01-13T11:35:00+00:00
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Telegram lawyers say a review of its bank records’ data-privacy compliance could take months to prepare due to its multi-jurisdictional nature.
Telegram Lawyers Say Proving Data-Privacy Compliance May Take Months
Jack Martin
2020-01-10T14:00:00+00:00
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Decentralized social media platform Voice has hired ex-Forbes executive Salah Zalatimo as CEO, just ahead of its public beta launch.
Blockchain Social Media Startup Voice Hires Ex Forbes Exec as CEO
Jack Martin
2020-01-10T10:00:00+00:00
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Former OKEx COO leaves the company to help cryptocurrency achieve mass adoption through new blockchain consultancy institute.
COO Parts Ways With OKEx to Focus on Mass Adoption Through Consultancy
Jack Martin
2020-01-08T11:18:00+00:00
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Longfin CEO agrees to a $400,000 settlement in a long-running fraud case with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
US SEC Settles in Long-Running Fraud Case Against Longfin CEO
Jack Martin
2020-01-06T09:47:00+00:00
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TruTracker seed-to-sale blockchain-based cannabis tracker StrainSecure set to revolutionize the medical cannabis industry.
StrainSecure Seed-to-Sale Blockchain Cannabis Tracker Is a Gamechanger
Jack Martin
2020-01-03T21:33:00+00:00
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Telegram is refusing to give the SEC details on how the $1.7 billion raised in its ICO has been spent.
Telegram Refusing to Tell SEC How It Spent $1.7 Billion of ICO Cash
Jack Martin
2020-01-03T11:18:00+00:00
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