Daily Archives: March 15, 2019

NCAA tournament bracketology: Zion's back, but Duke still needs to beat UNC for No. 1 seed

Zion Williamson dazzled in his return and reminded us of his highlight-reel ability. But the committee can't neglect what happened when he was out.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Insurance Giant AXA XL Launches Security Token and Crowdfunding Insurance Service

The second largest insurer in Europe, AXA XL, has launched a new product covering security token offerings Cointelegraph.com News

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Jeff Garzik Subpoenaed in Kleiman Bitcoin Lawsuit Against Craig Wright

On March 15, well-known Bitcoin developer Jeff Garzik revealed he was subpoenaed by the U.S. District Court of Southern Florida in the infamous Kleiman vs Wright bitcoin lawsuit. The Kleiman family is suing the self-proclaimed Satoshi for roughly 300,000 BTC and Garzik has been served by the court and asked to submit assorted documents and possible evidence that would be ...

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Intercontinental Stock Exchange Seemingly to Expand Cryptocurrency Data Feed

NYSE’s operator ICE is purportedly adding thousands of new coins to its Cryptocurrency Data Feed Cointelegraph.com News

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Bchpls.io Platform and a Telegram Tip Bot Now Support SLP Tokens

Over the last few weeks, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) fans have been creating and sharing a bunch of customized Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens. There’s now a Telegram tip bot, a Twitter tip bot, Badger wallet logo integration, and SLP token support on the payment platform Bchpls.io. Also Read: Satoshi’s Pre-Release Bitcoin Code Contains Fascinating Findings Sharing Spice Tokens on Telegram ...

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How to Predict Crypto Price Trends, Explained

Volatility means following the crypto market is hard at the best of times. Here is in-depth data that can help you understand what’s driving the price changes Cointelegraph.com News

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Bitcoin Volumes in Venezuela Plummet During Nationwide Blackout

Venezuelans are having a difficult time as the country’s power grid shut off on March 7, leaving the majority of Venezuelan states with no electricity for well over a week. According to reports on March 14, electricity has been restored throughout most states within the country. However, during the week-long blackout, bitcoin trades on the peer-to-peer exchange Localbitcoins plummeted by ...

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The Ars Technica System Guide, Winter 2019: The one about the servers

Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson) In the last Ars System Guide roughly one year ago, we took a slight detour from our long-running series. Rather than recommending the latest components focused on a particular niche like gaming or home entertainment PCs, we broadened our scope and focused on ideology rather than instruction and outlined what to look for when building a great ...

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