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Lantmäteriet, the land registry of Sweden, officially started to utilize Blockchain technology to register land and properties.
Blockchain startup Ubitquity has announced it will overhaul the land registrar offices of two Brazilian municipalities by embedding land ownership information into the bitcoin blockchain.
It has been a while since our last visit from one of our favorite groups of people, the Ubitquity team. Four months to be exact, click here to catch up.
JM Bullion starts to accept Bitcoin for bullion purchases. Now you can buy gold, silver, platinum, and copper bullion with Bitcoin.
Ubitquity LLC team launches first Blockchain Real Estate Meetup in Washington DC. The event takes place on Sunday, January 31.
The Crypti Foundation issues a press release concerning their latest offering. Is there value in their products? Is there an overabundance of hyperbole in the press release?
A growing number of companies are allowing Bitcoin to be sent through gift cards. Are there any risks in using such services?
Ubitquity LLC launches a new Blockchain-based notary platform called BitNotarize.
Capstone Digital Mining owner offered me to buy a beginner package for mining onecoin, swiscoin or ilcoin, and gave information about the “promotion programs” to join an MLM business.
CoinTelegraph asks its readers: What do you think the Bitcoin price will be in 2016?
CRA has announced it views Bitcoin and digital currency as “specified foreign property” for tax purposes.
iNation and the International Bitcoin Real Estate Association (IBREA) are joining forces to allow real estate deeds to be copied to the blockchain in full for backup and storage.
Storing a document on the blockchain is one of those crypto promises that people have been waiting for a while. The Blockchain Factory is set to actually bring it to the user with iNation.
Mobile apps and touch-screen POS software programs are changing the US tipping culture, as ChangeTip changes tipping in the cryptocurrency world.
Nathan Wosnack and David Mondrus left Bitnation amid concerns, now they are back with Blockchain Factory and they want to show you the tools they building.
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