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

News
Cointelegraph speaks with NGRAVE’s CEO following its successful crowdfunding campaign.
NGRAVE Raises Over $430K From Hardware Wallet Crowdfunding Campaign
Jack Martin
2020-07-08T22:00:00+01:00
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Unitize
A Unitize panel looked at two approaches to building blockchain ecosystems from the government of The Netherlands and a Singaporean accelerator program.
Comparing Blockchain Ecosystem Building in the East and the West
Jack Martin
2020-07-08T21:10:00+01:00
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News
The rights to a performance art piece have been tokenized on the Ethereum blockchain.
Performance Art Film Is Now Tokenized on the Ethereum Blockchain
Jack Martin
2020-07-08T19:16:00+01:00
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News
Blockade Games’ much-delayed blockchain RPG Neon District has announced a move to Matic Network, following the presumed collapse of the initial choice, Loom.
Blockchain-Enabled 'Neon District' RPG Will Launch on Matic Network
Jack Martin
2020-07-07T09:58:00+01:00
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News
The Strike app hopes to encourage mass adoption of Bitcoin and the Lightning Network by connecting it directly to a bank account or debit card.
App Connects Bitcoin and Lightning Payments Directly to Your Bank Account
Jack Martin
2020-07-06T14:02:00+01:00
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Review
“Open Source Money,” about the investigation of Dragonchain’s ICO, is both an intro to crypto and the current state of U.S. regulation.
TV Review: Open Source Money on Discovery Science
Jack Martin
2020-07-04T14:43:00+01:00
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News
The Pavillion Hub games platform integrates with Steam to enable easy issue of tradable NFTs.
Startup Brings Blockchain Functionality to Steam Gaming Platform
Jack Martin
2020-07-01T19:51:00+01:00
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News
Dfinity’s Internet Computer reached a major milestone as it opened applications from third-party developers to start using the platform.
Dfinity Opens Up the 'Internet Computer' to Third-Party Developers
Jack Martin
2020-06-30T17:00:00+01:00
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