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The blockchain organization Bloq Labs has introduced a beta version of a new software suite for cryptocurrency miners called Titan. Bloq co-founder Jeff Garzik announced the project at the recent Binance conference in Singapore and claims the protocol can maximize a mining machine’s hashrate by double digits with thoughtful configuration and dynamic adjustment.
Privacy is relative, but by many people’s reckoning, bitcoin could use greater anonymity. The Bitcoin Core protocol hasn’t changed much over the past decade, but the tools used to forensically inspect it have. In a bid to reclaim some of that eroding privacy, a number of fungibility-enhancing tools have been released by open source developers. Wasabi’s desktop BTC wallet incorporates a number of these to good effect.
Bitcoin.com is pleased to unveil plans to offer one of the world’s first oracles for smart contracts on the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) blockchain. The autonomous feature will allow specialized prediction markets and decision-based transactions for sports scores, political results, and market exchange rates.
Revolut, a digital banking alternative that features an in-app bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange, has received a European banking license as it seeks to expand its offerings and position itself as the “Amazon of banking.” Revolut to Offer Bank Accounts in Europe The London-based unicorn, which remains one of the hottest fintech startups in the United
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In October, the government of Japan hinted its plans to ease the process of taxing crypto investments to refrain impractical taxation frameworks from negatively affecting the local market. At the time, a committee of tax experts that is tasked to advise the government on taxation matters encouraged the authorities to simplify the complex process of
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A cryptocurrency “airdrop” fundraiser has been launched to help Venezuelans. People are donating funds via a number of different coins to the citizens of the crisis-stricken South American nation — many of whom are refugees.
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Launched by Airtm, a digital wallet connected to banks and blockchains, the fundraiser plans to send $ 1 million in digital currency to 100,000 ID-authenticated Venezuelans. Donations can be made in bitcoin, bitcoin cash, zcash, dash, ethereum, litecoin, ripple, and others. They can be quickly used or converted to dollars by Venezuelans.
According to local news outlet Joongnag Daily, a blockchain company based in Korea believes that it has found what it takes to revolutionize blockchain technology and bring even quicker pace to the way that transactions are being carried out. SymVerse, a blockchain firm that was established earlier this year, hosted an event and held a demonstration
The Bitfury Group has acquired a minority stake in blockchain services firm Final Frontier. Both organizations are looking to utilize each other’s knowledge and experience in the traditional and digital finance spaces to potentially release a new line of financial products and services designed to assist professional investors in getting their hands on digital assets.
“Our mission is to be the bridge for institutions from traditional finance to enter this innovative asset class,” said Final Frontier co-founder Imraan Moola in a public statement. “Bitfury’s technological expertise, combined with our financial markets know-how and track record will allow us to create unique and differentiated financial products and solutions to service our sophisticated investor base.”
Zug, 30. October 2018: Zug-based crypto mining company Invemo GmbH is set to enable professional miners worldwide to maintain high profitability amidst falling mining rewards.
Invemo GmbH is a Zug-based company that enables private individuals as well as companies to join the crypto mining industry in the most professional and cost-effective way. With the recent decline of the mining profitability miners in the whole world and especially in Europe where electricity as well as labor costs are the highest have been struggling to maintain high profitability from their mining equipment. Invemo applies multiple strategies in order to solve this problem. Invemo’s team is small consisting of currently 11 employees, but has extensive experience in crypto mining since 2014.
Digital currency custody company, BitGo and decentralised exchange startups Republic Protocol and Kyber Network have revealed the planned launch of a fully backed Bitcoin ERC20 token on the Ethereum ecosystem.
Dubbed as ~Wrapped Bitcoin and aimed for Q1 net year launch, the new token will be backed by Bitcoin on a 1:1 ratio, the three founding companies revealed in a joint press release last week.
The CEO and co-founder of Kyber Network, Loi Luu spoke on the matter and has said:
Dharma, a startup developing borderless lending products on the blockchain, announced this week the alpha launch of Dharma Lever, a trustless service for accessing margin in high volume using the Dharma Protocol’s open-source smart contract infrastructure. Introducing Dharma Lever, the easiest way to access margin in high volume from anywhere in the world, affordably and instantly. […]
Alexander Pack, a crypto asset investor based out of Silicon Valley, has teamed up with Bo Feng, one of China’s most experienced investors, to create Dragonfly Capital Partners, a new $ 100 million venture capital fund targeting the digital asset industry. Our new venture fund for the decentralized economy.https://t.co/2qggpGW2BP — Alexander Pack (@alpackaP) October 9, 2018 According […]
It is evident the current cryptocurrency momentum will make this Wednesday anything but pleasant to enjoy. More specifically, there is so much red across the charts, it becomes easy to overlook the coins going in the green. One of those coins is Aeternity, a cryptocurrency which many people tend to overlook.
Aeternity Price is on a Tear
Even though Bitcoin’s negative price momentum usually drags all altcoins with it, Aeternity shows things can be done differently. This particular altcoin notes some of the strongest gains in the top 100, despite not being a low-cap altcoin by any means. With its total valuation of nearly $ 286m, Aeternity has grown quietly behind the scenes without attracting a lot of attention.
In recent years, the crypto industry has been consistently impacted by a range of data breaches, hacks, and scams that have left users wanting for more of the heralded decentralization that crypto is meant to champion. Increasingly, investors and traders are looking for better ways to make sure their investments lay in their own hands.
This is especially relevant in a time where many crypto exchanges have essentially been holding users to ransom and closing accounts and withholding trades at will. Browsing social media shows countless complaints against the big exchanges for refusing to process payouts or closing accounts on the spot.
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Fidelity Investments CEO Abigail Johnson has revealed that the company is working on a number of cryptocurrency and blockchain-related products and offerings, with their release tentatively fixed for sometime before the end of the year. Speaking on Friday at the Boston Fintech Week conference, Johnson declined to go into any specifics regarding what exactly Fidelity … Continued
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Leading US cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has reportedly managed to double its staff members, thus hitting its 2018 target. At the same time, the company revealed its intentions to become the NYSE for cryptocurrencies.
500 Staff Employees
The San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange has doubled its staff members to 500 according to a report by Business Insider.
Earlier this year, Coinbase announced its plans to become a fully SEC-regulated broker-dealer. Furthermore, the company added a suite of products which facilitate institutional investments and also revealed its intentions to expand to Japan. Most recently, the cryptocurrency exchange announced that it is exploring a potential Bitcoin ETF.
Zug’s Crypto Valley Association (CVA) will add two women to its board of directors in a move designed to boost the presence of women in the male-dominated cryptocurrency industry. “We want to create a space that works for everyone rather than just carry on with the same old boys’ club and their cronies,” CVA rep
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Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are considered game-changers in the finance world despite Wall Street’s caution. And when it comes to private equity (PE), an early innovator could enjoy first-mover advantage.
Global private equity deals are valued at $ 150 trillion USD. But barriers and inefficiencies have prevented more people from participating in PE deal flow. These hurdles include minimum investment size, regionalism, a culture of exclusivity, non-liquidity of funds as well as long and uncertain exits.