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Jennifer Robertson, the widow of the late QuadrigaCX exchange CEO, appears to be liquidating and shuffling some estate assets.
When QuadrigaCX founder and CEO Gerald Cotten passed away suddenly in December of 2018 in India, he was allegedly the only person with the knowledge of the exchange’s cold storage keys. In his will, Cotten names Robertson executrix of his estate, as well as endowing her as its primary beneficiary. The exchange waited roughly a month from Cotten’s reported time of death to making his passing public, enough time for his widow to go through probate and transfer the estate’s assets to her name.
IBM enjoys the most trust from Corporate America when it comes to enterprise blockchain solutions, and it’s not even close when comparing the rest of the pack. That’s according to Sept. 2018 survey by Juniper Research which found that 65% of respondents would choose IBM Blockchain to deploy distributed ledger technology (DLT) and similar solutions.
Runner-up Microsoft garnered just 7% of the votes. Other companies on the list include Accenture, Deloitte and Oracle.
TRON (TRX) made headlines when it acquired BitTorrent, a file-sharing communications protocol based on a peer-to-peer network, back in June. While the acquisition of a decades-old company by an upstart blockchain project is notable, the bigger story is what happened behind the scenes. According to a recent report by CoinDesk, multiple other blockchain companies had been approached by BitTorrent […]
With the day almost coming to a close, it would appear there may be some positive short-term momentum for all cryptocurrencies. A few coins have gone in the green, whereas the others have recovered from the most recent setback. The Monero price continues to impress, as it has gained another 2.47%.
Monero Price Hold its own Quite Well
Monero has always been one of those “oddball” cryptocurrencies when compared to other top coins. Not because it doesn’t have any potential, but rather because it is so often overlooked, for some unknown reason. The recent ban by Japanese exchanges against Monero and similar coins isn’t helping matters much either.
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INS Ecosystem directly connecting manufacturers and consumers via blockchain gains international crypto-exchange recognition – Cobinhood, Mercatox & Coinrail to list in January.
Moscow, January 16, 2018: INS Ecosystem, an IT platform directly connecting manufacturers and consumers, allowing the latter to save up to 30% on everyday grocery e-shopping has gained an international crypto-exchange recognition.
INS token is available to trade for BTC and ETH on Binance, world’s Top-1 exchange by trading volume. INS is also traded on some of the fast-growing Top-10/30 crypto-exchanges, including KuCoin, a #4 worldwide trading volume OKEx, and EtherDelta.
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