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Blockchain is only one of many technologies within Bitcoin which powers its peer-to-peer protocol. It essentially is like a database that stores, secures and facilitates transaction data for Bitcoin users.
The number of people using Bitcoin is doubling every year and will continue to do so, analyst Willy Woo predicts.
Google is encouraging businesses and security practitioners to utilize cryptographic hashes like SHA-256, a Secure Hash Algorithm which serves as the basis of the Bitcoin network’s proof of work (PoW) algorithm.
Google has begun a crackdown on “fake news” sites, removing hundreds of publishers from using its advertising platform AdSense.
Dr. Aron Fischer of Swarm and Colony explains how Ethereum-backed micropayments will free us from the control of Facebook and Google.
Sunny Ray has recently shared an interesting chart which differentiates the level of interest the general population has for bitcoin and blockchain.
Searches for “Earn Bitcoin” reach all-time high and on a positive trend, according to Google Trends. The majority of the searches seem to be coming from the Philippines, India and the United States.
Over 1 million Android devices have become victims of mass malware hidden in apps called Gooligan.
The search for the “buy Bitcoin” term on the world's largest source of information platform is on a upward trend.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign sought Apple and Google’s opinion on its position on encryption.
At TRUSTECH 2016, industry experts will talk on the most current trending topics in trust-based technologies for payment, Blockchain, Fintech, data management and e-ID.
Web browser giants Google and Mozilla have implemented practices encouraging users to take care of their online privacy and security in an ongoing shift towards data encryption.
There are many reasons why Near Field Communications (NFC) NFC is beneficial to consumers but as with many modern technologies; it doesn’t come without its risks.
Facebook’s secure messaging app - WhatsApp may not be secure for long, as an Israeli firm boasts it can break its end-to-end encryption through a backpack-contained device.
Edward Snowden came out full force against Google’s new encrypted messaging app Allo, saying that the government will be able to read every word.
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