Daily Archives: May 3, 2018

Revenues Down, Hashrates Up: 2018 Mining Outlook By The Numbers

Bitcoin miners suffer revenue drops in 2018, but hashrates are on an upward trend Cointelegraph.com News

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Young New Zealand Man Spared Jail for Dealing Drugs With Bitcoin

This week, Elias Valentin Smith, a 20-year-old man from New Zealand, successfully appealed his prison sentence for drug dealing with bitcoin as a teenager. This was despite the fact that the court system considered the use of bitcoin as a sign of criminal sophistication. Also Read: Bitcoin Is Not Used by Organized Crime Says Hong Kong Government Not Dark Enough ...

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Bitcoin Cash Price: Buy Bitcoin Cash, Analysts Say

Bitcoin Cash price is attempting to pare previous losses, and the coin is heading to surpass the three months high that it touched during the latest bull-run. Bitcoin Cash rose at a double-digit rate on Wednesday and is extending the uptrend into today’s trading. BCH coin is up 5% today and trading above the $ 1,500 level. Source Image: coinmarketcap.com The ...

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Russian Crypto Blogger Found Dead In Petersburg Apartment

The 23-year old Russian crypto blogger “Pavel Nyashin” has been found dead in the apartment he shared with his mother in St. Petersburg Cointelegraph.com News

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46% of This Year’s ICOs Launched with Nothing More Than an Idea

They say that everyone has at least one brilliant idea; it’s just that most people never do anything with it. It’s one thing to have a eureka moment, but implementing it requires time, effort, and capital. Thanks to the advent of ICOs, at least one of those problems has now been solved. Almost half of this year’s crypto projects launched ...

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Is Blockchain Popular Amongst CIOs? Gartner Survey Indicates No

The blockchain sector entered the scene at full-force this year. There was even speculation that the technology would surpass cryptocurrencies in the future. Now, however, a Gartner blockchain survey has indicated otherwise.  Blockchain Technology: Is it Popular or Not? On Thursday, Gartner released the results of its latest survey. The survey looked at 3138 Chief Information Officers (CIOs). Essentially, the ...

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Europe puts its money where its values are

One of the world’s greatest acts of charity has been the aid given to the newer members and poorer nations of the European Union by wealthier states, especially since the admission of many former Soviet-bloc countries in 2004. On May 2, the European Commission, which is the bloc’s bureaucratic body, proposed that the handouts be curtailed to any member state ...

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Academy expels Bill Cosby, Roman Polanski

Bill Cosby was found guilty last week on all three counts of aggravated indecent assault. Polanski pled guilty to statutory rape in the late '70s.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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