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“Josh Garza will have an opportunity to speak, and attendees will have an opportunity to respond”, said conference founder Moe Levin. The news comes in the midst of the Paycoin controversy that CoinTelegrah covered Friday.
The GAW/Paycoin controversy has sparked online protests against TNABC for allowing Josh Garza to speak, but how far should it go?
Litecoin, Dogecoin, Blackcoin and Neoscoin requested to be delisted from Coin-Swap. The move follows the recent announcement of Josh Garza's Paybase’s acquisition of the cryptocurrency exchange.
The Geniuses at Work Corporation (GAW) announced in a statement Wednesday that the company had acquired a controlling stake in cloud mining company ZenMiner.
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