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Medici Ventures is a wholly owned subsidiary of Overstock, one of the most cryptocurrency friendly businesses in the world, whose CEO has frequently promoted the use of bitcoin and other cryptos. Medici is specifically geared toward blockchain businesses, development, and technology, and on Thursday it signed a second Memorandum of Understanding with the Rwandan Government
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The Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (SCIA) has recently affirmed that cryptocurrencies, specifically bitcoin and several of its hard forks, are considered legal property and Chinese citizens have a right to own and transfer them.
The SCIA recently published an analysis of a contract dispute over WeChat, describing the legal proceedings of a case in which one individual managed nearly $ 500,000 worth of crypto assets on behalf of another private individual. The manager then refused to return these assets after their client dealt with a third party.
Monero is considered to be the privacy coin, the currency of choice for absolute privacy. Now, privacy doesn’t necessarily mean security and we should remember that 2018 has seen a tonne of ‘Monero mining’ hacks, calling into question some of the projects integrity. Even so though, Monero promises to keep its users privacy completely intact. Simply put, XMR aims to keep it’s users hidden.
According to the Monero website, this occurs via 5 different processes, by being untraceable, unlinkable, secure, private and analysis resistant.
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On Wednesday, August 15, blockchain firm and mining organization Coingeek, led by entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, announced that the company has signed a deal with Canada-based Squire Mining Limited. Coingeek details the company will have exclusive rights to Squire’s new ASIC chips and mining rigs that mine bitcoin cash (BCH) and a variety of other cryptocurrencies.
EY and Microsoft have launched a blockchain solution for content rights and royalties management which is aimed to streamline the costly and time-consuming processes in entertainment rights and royalties. The solution is first being deployed within gaming with Microsoft and its game publisher partners. The companies have designed the solution to serve any industry where intellectual property or assets are licensed to other parties and where the creators are paid royalties based on royalty agreements. Within this value chain – which can include authors, song writers, production houses, developers etc. – the intellectual property generates millions of transactions aggregating to billions of dollars per month in royalties to be paid. The royalty calculations along the value chain are currently mostly manual and generally managed via offline data sources.
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