Daily Archives: November 20, 2018

Just the Facts An Unembellished Examination of Ross Ulbricht’s Arrest

n nn nn The Lets Talk Bitcoin Network hosts several podcasts for regular discussion topics in the world of blockchain and cryptocurrency, including the popular weekly show What Bitcoin Did. As a special event, however, What Bitcoin Did has partnered with the campaign to free Ross Ulbricht to host a detailed analysis of Ulbrichts arrest and imprisonment, Railroaded, on the ...

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VanEck Subsidiary Launches Bitcoin Index Based on US Spot Indices

A VanEck subsidiary has launched a BTC index based on U.S. price feeds from major over-the-counter liquidity providers Cointelegraph.com News

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Crypto Detectives Project Rates and Investigates Suspicious ICOs

An online platform created in Russia has set a noble goal of making the cryptocurrency industry safer for investors. The project investigates initial coin offerings (ICOs) that have raised suspicions and performs the due diligence for free. A report about each ICO is then published containing а summary of the findings and a conclusion about the project’s nature. Also read: ...

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Hoskinson Satoshi Did An Amazing Thing…But There Are Lessons to Learn

n nn nn Charles Hoskinson is best known today as a co-founder of both Ethereum and IOHK, where he leads the research, design and development of Cardano. But before these projects, there was Bitcoin. Back in 2013, he was the founding chairman of the Bitcoin Foundations education committee and established the Cryptocurrency Research Group.In an interview with Bitcoin Magazine during ...

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‘The Big Issue’ Newspaper Launches Blockchain Platform to Promote Impact Investing

The Big Issue, a newspaper sold by the homeless in the U.K. and other countries, is launching a social investment platform on blockchain in six months Cointelegraph.com News

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Zimbabweans Use BTC to Pay for Food Hampers Amid Foreign Currency Crisis

Study263, a Zimbabwean-owned fintech startup operating from South Africa, has opened an online store allowing Zimbabweans to buy food hampers that are delivered directly to their homes. Shoppers have the option to pay for items like cooking oil and baked beans in BTC, Paypal or Ecocash, a local mobile money payment system. Also Read: Ivy and Hiveex Launch Ivypay to Facilitate ...

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China sprints toward next sports goal: half a billion weekend warriors

Steeling herself against a light drizzle, Linda Liu corrals herself into Area E at the Shanghai Marathon starting line, mobile phone strapped to her upper arm. Yahoo News – Latest News & Headlines

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‘Maybe he did and maybe he didn’t!’ Trump says US will stand by Saudis despite Khashoggi murder

Trump said it could very well be that the Crown Prince had knowledge of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder. ‘Maybe he did and maybe he didn’t!’           GANNETT Syndication Service

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