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Crypto-anarchist Virgil Vǎduva talks obsoleting police through his new decentralized, peer-to-peer emergency response App, Cell 411.
BitMarkets is an already-launched P2P marketplace similar to the much-touted OpenBazaar.
MasterCard has announced a “P2P” debit card-based remittance system which it says customers will find “more appealing” than the Bitcoin protocol.
As the digital currency sector faces increasing scrutiny from law enforcement and regulatory authorities, are the days of peer-to-peer services numbered?
CoinTelegraph spoke to William Thomas, the founder of the UK’s recently launched CryptoMate exchange, who explained why decentralized, peer-to-peer (P2P) exchanges could be the future
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Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending is positioned to reach US$77 billion this year, a 15-fold increase from 2012. It's the fastest-growing asset in finance, claims Bloomberg
Cryptocurrency enables you to “be your own bank,” and banks are more than just a place to put your money—they're also a place from which to borrow. Pure-Central launched in late 2014 and aims to connect lenders with borrowers for loans in multiple cryptocurrencies.
To those unaware of what Counterparty is, it is a peer-to-peer financial platform built on the Bitcoin blockchain. It has no formal corporate structure, but rather consists of a core team which handles the vast majority of technical and business development.
If you thought the status of Bitcoin in China was unclear, the fog just got a little bit heavier. BTC China, one of the country’s principal digital currency markets, has revealed a Bitcoin ATM in a café in Shanghai as well as an online app allowing individuals to buy and sell bitcoins on their cellphones.
Bitcoin’s development over the last few years has been explosive and the opportunities to expand its use are everywhere now – even for those who haven’t previously used the currency
Just when you thought Uber and Lyft were disrupting urban transport, La’Zooz is upping the ante by using the blockchain to decentralize its non-commercial, real-time ridesharing network.
London-based Coinfloor has launched its Bitcoin exchange-backed P2P marketplace, allowing investors and consumers to buy from bitcoin brokers in a safe environment.
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