Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Month: April 2018

US: SEC Official Says ICO Regulation Should Be Balanced’ Congressman Suggests Ban

US: SEC Official Says ICO Regulation Should Be ‘Balanced’, Congressman Suggests Ban In a hearing at the US House of Representatives on Thursday, April 26, a regulator from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and House Financial Services Committee members hotly disagreed over whether a “balanced approach” could be taken in regulating Initial Coin […]

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What Is AirDrop? How Does It Work?

What Is AirDrop? How Does It Work? AirDrop is a feature that lets Macs and iOS devices share files wirelessly with a minimum of fuss. AirDrop is extremely cool and useful, but is one of those features most people don't know about. Not because it is hard to use (it isn't) but because most people don't […]

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ILPs May Replace ICOs as a New Form of Fundraising

ILPs May Replace ICOs as a New Form of Fundraising Although initial coin offerings (ICOs) are seen as a legitimate means of raising capital, there are no clear legal and technical controls. Initial Loan Procurements (ILP), are, however, an alternative to the risky ICO model. ILPs enable decentralized crowdfunding opportunities by creating a contractually bound […]

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Cryptocurrency Market Approaching 400 Billion as Bitcoin Tests 9000

Cryptocurrency Market Approaching $400 Billion as Bitcoin Tests $9,000    cryptocurrency market extended its bullish rally on Sunday, as bitcoin and the major altcoins continued to test multi-month highs. Buy orders accounted for the overwhelming majority of transactions, giving rise to expectations of a more sustained upswing in prices. Cryptocurrency Rally Continues The combined value […]

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