Isle of Man, 21 May 2014 - Logos, the new generation currency, launches today with its desktop wallet for Windows, Mac an Linux systems. Unlike cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Logos are not just created through transaction verification (“mining”). Logos are created by businesses, NGOs, universities and communities applying for and receiving funding for development, integration, marketing, environmental and charity projects.
Ukraine has been at the forefront of international news following a revolution, continued lack of political stability, and fears of a possible invasion by Russia after the annexation of Crimea. But it’s not all gloom and doom, and other important developments, such as gradually spreading awareness of Bitcoin, are also happening in Ukraine.
In early April the National Australia Bank (NAB) decided to cut ties with the bitcoin community and close any accounts that primarily dealt with the digital currency on May 2. The NAB believes dealing with digital currencies is too risky. Less than one week later, Australia’s first bitcoin ATM went live in Sydney, the first of several proposed ATMs in the land down under.
All eyes will be on BlackCoin in May as the altcoin makes a decidedly raunchy entrance to Wall Street. It was announced today on Bitcointalk that on 29 or 30 May, “50 attractive women” all wearing black will converge on New York’s main financial district in support of the new BlackCoin Card, heralded by its creator as “a new approach to storing and transporting your blackcoins safely”.
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