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Sony and IBM have partnered up to develop a new educational platform that employs Blockchain technology in securing and sharing student records.
The new decompiler lets the developers revert difficult to understand EVM bytecode back to its original state and can be scanned to check for susceptibility to new attacks or to ensure adherence to changing best practices.
A new Las Vegas club will accept Bitcoin, record membership on the Blockchain and issue its own tradeable digital token.
Participants at various Bitcoin and Blockchain conferences have been receiving fraudulent Bitcoin hardware wallets imitating legitimate products like Trezor and Ledger to steal user’s funds.
Largest installation for Coinsource since inception; 2 more BTMs launched in Las Vegas
National Bitcoin ATM has installed a new BTM in Las Vegas, precisely at 107 E Charleston Boulevard in North Las Vegas. The machine is open 24/7 and allows only to buy Bitcoin.
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.
Yesterday, the question of whether Mike Tyson’s Bitcoin venture was some sort of publicity stunt and would a Tyson-branded bitcoin dispensing machine ever become reality was answered as his Bitcoin ATM went live near the Las Vegas Strip yesterday.
Itson.me allows users to pay for literal drinks, coffee or food at local restaurants from anywhere in the world. Soon, it will be incorporating cryptocurrencies.
Inside Bitcoins Las Vegas will be held October 5-7, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The annual Money2020 conference in Las Vegas is going all out for Bitcoin at this year’s event in November and CoinTelegraph is proud to be an official media sponsor of the event.
The first global conference dedicated to cryptocurrency mining, called Hashers United, is taking place October 10-11, 2014, at the Tuscany Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The annual Money2020 conference in Las Vegas is going all-in on Bitcoin for this year’s event in November. Organizers recently announced a (Bit)coinWorld platform for participants to discuss the currency.
USA Today is reporting that two hotels in Las Vegas will begin to accept Bitcoins this week, but they won’t yet open up their casinos to the digital currency.
During the last months bitcoin has outgrown the virtual world and entered the market of goods and service of the physical world. The first pioneers of this activity – merchants accepting the coin as a payment method – offered to the customers very plain items, from burgers and wine to antiques.
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