Daily Archives: January 28, 2019

BitTorrent Tokens Sold Out in Under 15 Minutes, Netting Over $7 Mln

The BitTorrent token sale on Binance Launchpad concluded in under 15 minutes, despite some technical difficulties Cointelegraph.com News

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Arwen Enables Self-Custody for Traders of Centralized Crypto Exchanges

Centralized exchanges are a common security concern in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. As a single point of failure they can be strong-armed by governments, routinely targeted by hackers, or operators could pull an exit scam and elope with client funds. Despite these risks, they dominate cryptocurrency trading volumes. A new solution promises to enable trade to use centralized exchanges but without ...

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'Minimize talking' outside: Polar vortex bears down on North as Deep South braces for snow

Snowstorms lash the Midwest and South as record-smashing cold from polar vortex drives a deep freeze across the USA.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Blockchain Tech and the Energy Industry: More Decentralization and Greater Efficiency

Blockchain is helping to make decentralized energy networks a reality Cointelegraph.com News

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Back to Basics: What Is Money?

Our current economic system can be compared to a merry-go-round that has us consuming, trapped in debt and spending as quickly as we earn. What is fiat currency? Why do we use it and who controls it? And how does it compare to gold and bitcoin? It is worth going back to basics, to better understand the fundamentals of what makes ...

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Canadian-based Kik Said It Will Take on SEC Over ICO

Kik, a Canadian-based cryptocurrency social media startup, has warned the SEC that it would fight back against alleged securities infractions. As first reported by the Wall Street Journal, Kik is fighting back regarding its 2017 initial coin offering (ICO). Kik Fights Back During its ICO, the Canadian-based app company raised almost $ 100 million in ‘kin’ tokens. At the time, ...

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Linux Mint 19.1: A sneaky popular distro skips upheaval, offers small upgrades

Enlarge / Cinnamon 4.0’s new look in Linux Mint 19.1 (credit: Scott Gilbertson) While Ubuntu and Red Hat grabbed most of the Linux headlines last year, Linux Mint, once the darling of the tech press, had a relatively quiet year. Perhaps that’s understandable with IBM buying Red Hat and Canonical moving back to the GNOME desktop. For the most part ...

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Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, EOS, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Tron, Stellar, Bitcoin SV, Cardano: Price Analysis, Jan. 28

The trend in crypto continues to be down as digital currency prices are again taking a plunge. How far will the slump go? Let’s find out Cointelegraph.com News

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