Daily Archives: February 12, 2019

Video: To make 1997’s Blade Runner, Westwood first had to create the universe

Shot by Sean Dacanay and edited by Justin Wolfson. VFX by John Cappello. Click here for transcript. And if you want a close-up peek at the awesome Ladd-style logo Aurich cooked up for this video, you can get that right here. Welcome back to “War Stories,” an ongoing video series where we get game designers to open up about development ...

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‘Computing is Power’: Blockchain Protocol Invites Developers to Build DApps on Its Network

Developing a peer-to-peer financial app is expensive and highly technical, but a new blockchain protocol is vowing to simplify things #SPONSORED Cointelegraph.com News

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Two US Public Pension Funds Back New $40 Million Crypto VC

Two American public sector pension funds have reportedly backed a new cryptocurrency industry venture capital fund with a large tranche of a combined $ 40 million investment. The deal is being hailed as a show of confidence in the field from some of the most conservative types of investment managers. Also Read: In the Daily: New FSB Chair Fears Crypto, ...

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Mt. Gox Trustee May Have Crashed Bitcoin in 2018 by Dumping It on an Exchange, but There is Still Hope

Was Mt. Gox actually behind the Bitcoin price crash in May 2018? $ 321 million dumped on an exchange called BitPoint in Japan. Cointelegraph.com News

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Crypto Broker Voyager Digital Lists on Canada’s TSX Venture Exchange

Canadian crypto asset broker Voyager Digital Ltd has started trading its shares on the Toronto Ventures Exchange (TSX.V). The company listed through a reverse takeover of mineral exploration company UC Resources. Voyager argues that going public will help to improve transparency in the crypto market while promoting adoption by allowing traditional investors to tap into digital assets through the public ...

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Federal jury finds drug lord Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán guilty of all counts

A federal jury in Brooklyn slammed the door on a final escape bid by Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Tuesday.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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‘Biggest Names in the Collectibles Space’ to Attend NYC Event on Non-Fungible Tokens

More than 50 speakers are attending the event on non-fungible tokens — plus investors, influencers and executives from successful projects like CryptoKitties #SPONSORED Cointelegraph.com News

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Core Developer’s 300kb Block Proposal Bolstered in Bid to Push Lightning Adoption

Bitcoin Core (BTC) developer Luke Dash Jr has once again sparked controversy with his idea to shrink the BTC chain’s block size down to 300kb. It’s not the first time the concept was proposed by the developer, but this time around there’s more support for the idea in order to drive Lightning Network adoption. Also read: Indian Supreme Court Moves Crypto ...

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