5 Ways Bitcoin Will Continue to Evolve

Posted on April 17, 2018

Bitcoin is predicted to break more ground this year due to the sheer number of people that are getting behind the cryptocurrency. The global support for the digital fund’s blockchain technology, as well as the high demand for mining Bitcoin, will lead to more investors wanting to get exposure to the cryptocurrency in one form […]

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Asian giants new regulations for the cryptocurrency market

Posted on January 8, 2018

Since late November 2017, South Korea has looked to regulate cryptocurrency trading in domestic exchanges. South Korea’s primary financial regulator is in discussions with counterparts in China and Japan toward the regulation of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. South Korea is the world’s third largest market in bitcoin trading, after Japan and the U.S., and the largest […]

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Do’s and Don’ts : White Paper for ICO

Posted on August 24, 2017

Cryptocurrency, specifically Blockchain, has been proven to be a groundbreaking technology in society today, yet it is still in the early stages of adoption. Consequently, many new cryptocurrency concepts are being marketed to bridge the gap between technical complexity and usability of Blockchain. Cryptocurrencies will change the world . Initial Coin Offering’ ( ICO’s) seem […]

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Ethereum, rising star!

Posted on August 15, 2017

Ether is the second most valuable form of digital money after bitcoin. Ethereum is a rising star in the world of cryptocurrencies, entirely digital forms of currency that grew in popularity after the creation of bitcoin. A cryptocurrency is a form of digital currency created through encryption. A cryptocurrency has no physical form — like […]

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Hillary Clinton declares her support for blockchain

Posted on July 12, 2016

Presumptive US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has thrown her support behind blockchain tech applications in the public sector. Blockchain Technology offers many promising applications through a wide variety of industries and sectors. Clinton, who is expected to receive the presidential nomination from the US Democratic Party next month, released a broad technology and innovation agenda […]

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