Wednesday, 22 May 2019
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University of British Columbia Study: Compliance Trilemma’ Limits Potential of ICOs

University of British Columbia Study: ‘Compliance Trilemma’ Limits Potential of ICOs Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) are facing a regulatory “compliance trilemma,” according to a recent study released Nov. 19. The research, funded by regtech platform iComply and “supported by” Canadian non-profit national research organization Mitacs Canada, was carried out by the University of British Columbia […]

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All About Airdrops

All About Airdrops What is an airdrop? An airdrop is simpy a marketing tool that many companies are using to drum up press for new blockchain projects. The concept is simple: You help a company with some of their initial marketing efforts by following them on social media, and they reward you with free tokens […]

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France Attempts to Attract New Cryptocurrency ICO Token Issuers with New Legal Framework

France Attempts to Attract New Cryptocurrency ICO Token Issuers with New Legal Framework France Tries to Attract Crypto-Issuers France is looking to improve its stance toward cryptocurrencies by allowing their use, but with regulations in place to provide oversight. If France does establish regulations to oversee cryptocurrencies, it will be the first country in the […]

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What is an ICO Exactly?

What is an ICO, Exactly? From Wall Street brokers to small time investors, finance can be a dangerous game. The world’s currencies are constantly in shift, falling in and out of favour, and the results can often be disastrous (or highly fortuitous) for those involved. People win and lose big. That’s a fact of life, […]

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