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Two computer scientists from MIT claim to have developed a “machine learning algorithm” that can potentially be used to predict the price of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin investors may be in for a fun June as Bitcoin price is very likely to spike, eight months after the last dramatical increase in December.
A price crash lays bare some of the strangest aspects of people’s personalities.
Augur, the decentralized prediction market and one of the hottest Ethereum apps, has begun their token crowd sale on August 17, raising over US$600 thousand equivalent in BTC and ETH in the first day
Benjamin Lawsky is leaving New York’s Department of Financial Service, five banks to pay US$5.6 billion fine for rigging markets, and more top stories for May 21.
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Throw a dynamic and interconnected social-technical distributed currency network into the mix, and even the famously epigrammatic Yogi Berra would be at a loss to package the issue in an appropriately pithy witticism.
Prediction markets sound crazy. People “bet” on what the future will be, and the reported results end up accurate predicting the future.
Day four of Ethereum Devcon1 consisted of a showcase of the many different DApps that are being developed.
Augur, the decentralized prediction market, launched its alpha version on Tuesday
Juniter’s prediction of 5 million Bitcoin users by 2019 sounds lackluster, but if current activity in Africa is sustained, it could also be proven meaningless.
The Simpsons has once again been found to predict the future.
Augur, the decentralized prediction market, made it to the finals of the Exponential Finance 2015 competition, taking place at the Conrad Hotel in Battery Park City in NYC on June 2 and 3.
In case You are not afraid to hear the bitter truth, attentively read the book “All the Presidents Bankers“ and listen to Nomi Prins’ predictions on a possible financial collapse.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, of early Facebook fame, are big investors in Bitcoin and spoke glowingly about the digital currency’s potential in New York earlier this month.
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