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Nick designs Blockchain Operating Models, has spent 35 years in technology services and 8 start ups behind him the last Fintech self service pensions platform. A frequent speaker and writer on all things Blockchain he is expects to publish a book on Blockchain Implementation Strategies in 2017.
The Sage of Shoreditch, after chairing Blockchain Expo in the heart of Silicon Valley, assess the state of ICOs and the near-term prognosis appears to suggest i...
European regulator ESMA warns about ICOs that offer securities masking as mere “tokens”; ICO platforms come under fire.
ICO landscape is shifting, and founders must be aware of securities laws or face the consequences.
App tokens, or utility tokens could change traditional industries. Food, travelling, services, sustainable development - Blockchain solutions could make them mo...
Some suggest the SEC might demand Tezos’ founders refund investors’ money...all $232 mln of it.
All ICO advancements in 2017 would appear tiny compared with what is waiting for the crypto market in the year to come. New regulatory, financial and other fact...
The ICO boom is a good thing, but ICOs have to start complying with regulations; it’s not enough to merely post disclaimers and ban certain jurisdictions from p...
London Correspondent Nick Ayton is back with the latest in digital currency news from across the pond.
ICOs are all the rage these days, but they come in all flavors. Like a Clint Eastwood movie, here are the good, the bad and the ugly.
Whether China actually bans ICOs and exchanges or not, this news may actually be doing everyone a favour as it is likely to be the last time you can buy Bitcoin...
Our London Correspondent Nick Ayton explores the darker side of the ICO phenomenon.
ICOs have taken center stage in the crypto media, but the current batch of ICO platforms leave much to be desired.
Nick Ayton is back with another report from the London Scene. ICO mania, new coins, and Trezor hack. See inside!
As some in the Bitcoin community suggest, we could see at least four Bitcoin networks or even five, and then there are overlays such as Lightning.
Our London Correspondent Nick Ayton aka the Sage of Shoreditch interviews a professional scammer, comments on the latest Ethereum meetup, new Criminal Coin ICO,...
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