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The rapidly increasing value of the digital currency and its decentralized nature have led it to be considered as the global safe asset for investors and traders.
Glenbrook and PSCU have released a white paper “Blockchain and the Credit Union - The Asset Transfer Revolution” examining the way the Bitcoin Blockchain is functioning.
AntShares has recently partnered with Microsoft to develop Blockchain-based digital evidence storage services and is currently planning a global expansion.
The emergence of Steem and other multi-million dollar altcoins in the market have triggered a massive resurgence of app coins, or crypto assets utilized by decentralized platforms.
As we close out a tempestuous 2015 in the “real world” of increasing political and economic discord, it has largely escaped notice that 2015 was indeed a tremendous year for Bitcoin.
Serica, formerly DigitalTangible, announces the December closure of its hard assets and blockchain trading business.
Farla Webmedia launched a project on the NXT Asset Exchange which has created a bit of intrigue about the legal standing of crypto assets.
LottoShares is the world’s first digital asset tied to a physical lottery that will use blockchain technology for proof of fairness and 100% transparency, which could unravel the lottery business as we know it.
CoinTelegraph spoke with Gliss from CoinMarketCap about what it takes to be included in everyone’s favorite Cryptocurrency Index, Ethercoin trading and what were the most controversial altcoins to date.
Colu, a platform using Bitcoin blockchain technology, today announced that it has beta launched its platform for developers.
Counterparty and Dogeparty are similar protocols built on top of Bitcoin and Dogecoin blockchains, the function of which is to allow any individual user to issue his own store of value or token.
The Asia-Pacific region led by China is quickly catching up to the West in terms of wealth.
In a bold move, BitGold has just acquired Goldmoney.com for CA$51.9 million (US$42.3 million), incorporating more than 135K of the website’s “gold bugs”
If not for DNS (domain name systems), very few people would be able to visit CoinTelegraph.com. They'd have to know that our server's IP address is something like 220.127.116.11.
The Washington DC-based organization Cato recently announced some “good news:” that civil asset forfeiture – that is, state seizure of a person's home, car, and bank accounts – has been “abolished” in New Mexico.
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