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In the Ontario province of Canada, holds the town of Midland which has a population of more than 16,000 people and has recently had its computer systems hacked and infected with ransom malware.
The town of Midland has come to conclusion that they are going to meet the hackers wants and pay them (as per their demands) in Bitcoin, in order to get the computer system up and running again.
The attack on the towns computer systems left the town with ineffective computers for around 48 hours which ruined the processing of payments, issuance of permits, email services, marriage applications and reloading of transit cards.
Cut through the tantalizing visions of cars with wallets trading with each other, and you’ll find debates taking shape over nitty-gritty details.
Blockchain start-up White Rabbit, developers of a browser plugin that allows users to legally stream movies and television series from any open streaming service, has announced a strategic partnership with K5 International, a subdivision of K5 Media Group, a renowned media production company that has produced Oscar-nominated films.
Financial details of the partnership, which was announced in Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, where not disclosed, however, the deal conditions suggest that K5 will grant White Rabbit users access to its library of 50-plus movies while the company’s co-founder Daniel Baur will join White Rabbit’s advisory board. Further details of the details, however, remain undisclosed.
Just as a country’s borders drawn on a globe aren’t often exact, neither are the lines drawn on individual properties around much of the world. De Soto Inc., a socially-conscious joint venture between Overstock.com subsidiary Medici Ventures, Overstock founder Patrick Byrne and world-renowned Peruvian economist Hernando de Soto, has plans to solve the problems of property titles with a developed global property registry system utilizing decentralized blockchain technology.
The vision of de Soto and Byrne is a simple one: by making property rights and claims of individuals publicly recorded and globally verified, they can enable the poor to safely unlock the value of their land; help to mollify disputes by clearly stating who claims what property; and empower local land ownership.
The ADAMANT project was created to respond to the serious question of trust in private data transfer security. It is based on a robust-proven Blockchain concept and has a program code that is open and in the public arena.
Moscow, Russia, February 11, 2018, Fresh off the incredibly successful ICO Pre-Sale, ADAMANT has launched their much anticipated ICO on January 30, 2018. Most ICO’s are launched on a dream and a prayer, but ADAMANT already has existing and operating business models in their Messenger Platform. This is one of the reasons that ADAMANT has attracted so much private as well as institutional investor interest.