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One of the biggest names in the industry, Roger Ver has ripped into the core developers of Bitcoin during a recent event hosted in Malta.
During his speech at the Malta Delta Summit, Ver argued several points including that many of things that once made Bitcoin popular don’t exist anymore in the current Bitcoin Core network. He included in his argument, the fast, low fees non-reversible payments and reliability.
The American investor has been in the industry since the early days and has always had faith in crypto and Bitcoin.
Over ten years ago in the now foreign world that was 2004, Lee Holloway and Matthew Prince set out to answer one question, “where does email spam come from?” Together, the pair built a system which allowed people to track how their emails were being taken by spammers. With this, Project Honey Pot began.
The Cloudflare website states:
“Project Honey Pot quietly grew over the years. Lee’s flexible architecture adapted to track more of the threats that web administrators faced.
The Maltese government has a unique claim to fame. This year it will host the world’s first state-official blockchain event, solidifying Malta’s reputation as a pioneer in this nascent industry.
Attendees from all over the globe are expected to attend the two-day Delta Summit between 3rd and 5th October this year. The event serves as a showcase of the Maltese government’s efforts to encourage innovation and provide a regulatory framework for entrepreneurs. Here’s what visitors and blockchain enthusiasts can expect:
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A U.S. Congressman has invited 32 cryptocurrency industry organizations to Capitol Hill to discuss initial coin offering (ICO) regulation. Axios reports that the summit, sponsored by Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH), will take place on Sept. 25 and feature participation from a variety of businesses and non-profits, including Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), Nasdaq, CME Group, Andreessen Horowitz,
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7 Aug 2018 – SINGAPORE: ABCC Digital Asset Exchange (ABCC), the world-class cryptocurrency exchange, has announced the opening of its first European headquarters in Malta as well as its sponsorship of the Delta Summit 2018, the Maltese government’s official blockchain event.
The strategic decision comes as part of ABCC’s ongoing commitment to strengthen its presence in Europe and beyond. The firm’s move is anticipated to create new employment and investment opportunities in the island nation.
TRESARO, a blockchain-based marketplace that connects e-commerce, crowdfunding, and charity, has announced its ICO at the WBCS in Moscow, Russia. The platform aims to revolutionize the way people and charities support each other, trade and donate. The European start-up plans to use blockchain to build a global, self-regulating economic marketplace.
Designed as an environmentally friendly platform, it will allow people from all over the world to support charities and crowdfunding initiatives with the things they no longer need. The new platform will allow users to buy and sell virtually anything with the option of giving away TRE cryptocurrency tokens to their favourite causes around the world. All users will be able to create and run their own charity or crowdfunding campaigns on the TRESARO platform.
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The Chief Digital Officer Global Forum (CDX) summit series is gearing up for its next installation in New York. Established in 2013, the summit has set up shop in Chicago, San Francisco, Singapore and, most recently, Las Vegas, with focuses on emerging innovations in mobile, IoT and digital advertising technologies.
To be held on May 11, 2018, in Columbia University’s Lerner Hall, this latest installment will concentrate on advancements in blockchain technology and its application to traditional industries. To this end, the CDX Blockchain Brand Innovation Summit has an extensive list of speakers and panelists both from within and without the blockchain space, featuring representatives from the likes of Hulu, CNBC, IBM and BTC Media.
For Emma Todd, it was a 2017 conference that transformed her newfound interest in cryptocurrencies and blockchain into a passion. As she learned more, she had an epiphany: more people needed to better understand the esoteric world of cryptomining. Not one to be a flaneur, she is now harnessing this opportunity.
On May 18, 2018, Todd will launch the inaugural ADI Cryptocurrency Mining Summit (ADI stands for Advanced Digital Innovation) as a part of Blockchain Week NYC. This comes on the heels of the first ADI Summit which was held in September 2017 in Vancouver, B.C.
Over the past year and a half, society has started to come to grips with how certain industries treat women. Scandals first rocked Hollywood. Then came the Vanity Fair article late last year exposing bias and abuse in the tech industry. “It’s time to fight back against prejudice and perception, ” said the founders of Crypto Invest Summit, Alon Goren, and Josef Halom.
Therefore, the Crypto Invest Summit has put special emphasis on highlighting how innovative, passionate, and powerful women help to drive the revolutionary world of blockchain.
Japanese representatives will push for the adoption of global rules on cryptocurrencies at the upcoming G20 meeting in Argentina. Next week, the summit will gather finance ministers and central bankers in Buenos Aires. Other countries also want to put crypto matters on the table, with signals coming from key members of the European Union.
Switzerland set to become the ‘epicentre for crypto’ with Crypto Summit leading the way.
ZUG, SWITZERLAND – Following the success of last year’s event, SMART VALOR is pleased to announce the return of The Crypto Summit being held in Zurich on the 28th of March. The Crypto Summit (formerly The ICO Summit) will be held for its second time, with a two-track agenda on leading topics in cryptocurrency.
Switzerland’s Economic Minister, Johann Schneider-Ammann, announced last week that the nation’s focus on crypto has moved beyond the Crypto Valley and should now refer to the entire country as a ‘Crypto Nation’. This was a demonstration of commitment from the highest political level for the establishment of the crypto industry in Switzerland.