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Volvo: Cobalt Used In Car Batteries Will Be Recorded On Blockchain

Volvo: Cobalt Used In Car Batteries Will Be Recorded On Blockchain                                   Volvo Cars Company announced that the Cobalt used in the electric car batteries will be recorded or tracked on the blockchain, reported on 06 November 2019. According to the report, this new announcement of the use of blockchain traceable Cobalt is […]

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China Removes Bitcoin Mining From Its BanList

China Removes Bitcoin Mining From Its BanList                                  China removes the bitcoin mining from the ban list of industries, and now the bitcoin mining industry has no restrictions or danger from the regulatory department of china, reported on 06 November 2019. According to the report, it is confirmed from the information given in the newly […]

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Microsoft and Partners Make it Easier for Businesses to Issue Crypto Tokens

Microsoft and Partners Make it Easier for Businesses to Issue Crypto Tokens                                  The cryptocurrency industry sees an influx of new tokens and assets on a regular basis. The new service launched by Microsoft will only accelerate this trend moving forward. Microsoft has shown a keen interest in blockchain technology in recent years. It allows […]

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University Researchers Accuse Tether of Manipulating Bitcoin Prices in 2017

University Researchers Accuse Tether of Manipulating Bitcoin Prices in 2017                                 Many cryptocurrency enthusiasts like to think back to 2017. It was the year when Bitcoin and virtually all altcoins noted their last all-time high values. To this date, it still remains unclear where this sudden surge came from. Many people still feel Tether is […]

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Chinese President Sparks Big Bitcoin Price Gains with Bullish Blockchain Speech 0 58

Chinese President Sparks Big Bitcoin Price Gains with Bullish Blockchain Speech 0 58                                   Chinese President Xi Jingping supports the blockchain and says the Chinese government needs to do more in terms researching and investing in the blockchain, according to South China Morning Post. Xi is also the general secretary of the Communist […]

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Craig Wright Backs out of 500000 BTC Lawsuit Settlement 0 11

Craig Wright Backs out of 500,000 BTC Lawsuit Settlement 0 11                                     Craig Wright, the infamous programmer claiming he’s the inventor of Bitcoin, is backing out of a 500,000 BTC settlement with the Kleiman estate. He says he can’t afford to finance the payout. The Case Is Back On Wright lost his case against Kleiman […]

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Utah to Facilitate Voting for Disabled Individuals through Blockchains

Utah to Facilitate Voting for Disabled Individuals through Blockchains                                   So far, numerous case studies regarding blockchain’s usability as a voting platform have been carried out by local governments, NGOs and private entities. So far, the results look promising, in the sense that blockchain can easily facilitate secure and transparent voting, thus completely eliminating fraud, […]

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US Congress Continues to Investigate Cryptocurrencies Deep Divisions Revealed

US Congress Continues to Investigate Cryptocurrencies, Deep Divisions Revealed                                    Members of the United States Congress are again openly addressing the cryptocurrency revolution by holding committee hearings and researching its potential impact on the current financial system. Although there is significant division among them, there is no doubt that America’s legislators are becoming notably […]

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Top 3 reasons why governments demand regulation of cryptocurrency

Top 3 reasons why governments demand regulation of cryptocurrency                                Whenever we hear about another government drafting a regulation for cryptocurrencies, we can’t help but smirk a little bit at the hypocrisy of politicians and their approach to these digital assets. The reason why so many people laugh at the sight of new crypto regulation […]

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FATF Begins Inspection on Anti-Money Laundering Measures at Japanese Entities on October 28

FATF Begins Inspection on Anti-Money Laundering Measures at Japanese Entities on October 28                                     The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international organization dedicated to anti-money laundering measures, began undertaking an assessment at the Japanese government and financial institutions in Tokyo on October 28. It was reported that companies that operate cryptocurrency exchanges are also […]

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