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S & P Global Ratings – Cryptocurrency need “some regulation” to be successful in the future

S & P Global Ratings – Cryptocurrency need “some regulation” to be successful in the future

S & P Global Ratings released on Monday February 19 a report titled “The Future of Banking – Cryptocurrency Need New Rules to Change the Game.” This report gives details of the possible outcomes of the global financial markets in relation to the actions of the digital money market. Although a crash in early February,…

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Gimmer – Automated Crypto-Trading

Gimmer – Automated Crypto-Trading

What is Gimmer Problem statement Since its inception, trading or investing in cryptocurrencies has been timeconsuming and complex. You not only need to understand the complexities of trading, but also the complexities of a rapidly growing cryptocurrency market. As the cryptocurrency market is open 24/7 and can be highly volatile, to be successful with trading,…

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How much cost to mine a Bitcoin?

How much cost to mine a Bitcoin?

The idea of downloading an algorithm and connecting a computer to the network to make money is a very attractive one. But mining cryptocurrency is not as simple as it seems. Individual miners have been removed from the market by mining specialists, who own dozens of processors and consume a lot of electricity. Any production…

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Russia – Blockchain classes

Russia – Blockchain classes

Starting in March, the first course on blockchain technology will take place in the Phystechpark Business Development Hub, located next to the Institute of Physics and Technology, which facilitates the participation of students in organized courses. The program will include in particular the technical aspects of blockchain technology and less detail on how it can…

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Weekend News – Another billionaire in bitcoin | Ellen DeGeneres talks about bitcoin | Bitfinex wants to launch a decentralized exchange

Weekend News – Another billionaire in bitcoin | Ellen DeGeneres talks about bitcoin | Bitfinex wants to launch a decentralized exchange

An anonymous trader bought bitcoins of $ 400 million It’s coming in or not. This is the motto of an investor who put everything on the table. The mysterious investor bought 400 million dollars worth of bitcoins. The investment comes at a time when cryptocurrency have a comeback after a terrible 2018 start. Large cryptocurrency…

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Two regions of Russia will develop large-scale mining crypto

Two regions of Russia will develop large-scale mining crypto

The governors of two Russian regions have indicated they are ready to create facilities for large cripto-farms. Two of the western regions of the federation – Kaliningrad and Leningrad – are eager to get involved in the “bitcoin mining in Russia”. Local authorities have said they intend to remove miners from garages and drive industrial…

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Bitcoin Enigma – the most popular rebounding puzzle game in the BTC after mining

Bitcoin Enigma – the most popular rebounding puzzle game in the BTC after mining

In many ways, bitcoin is the biggest puzzle game in the world. All sorts of couch detectives spent countless hours trying to find out who is the anonymous creator of the cryptocurrency, and the miners spent even more trying to find the missing piece to solve each block and get the bitcoin reward. It seems…

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NUCLEUS VISION – CONNECTING THE UNCONNECTED

NUCLEUS VISION – CONNECTING THE UNCONNECTED

What is NUCLEUS VISION? Founded in 2014 at Harvard University, Nucleus Vision is an end-to-end technology solution that captures and provides previously unaccessed data to retailers and other ‘brick and mortar’ businesses through its proprietary blockchain and real time sensor technology. The solution that Nucleus Vision has built, which currently has ION Sensors deployed in…

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More and more scammers in the crypto world – Attention!

More and more scammers in the crypto world – Attention!

The Austrian authorities are working with Interpol to identify suspects in a scam that killed the victims a few tens of millions of dollars. Namely, a company called Optioment, located in Austria, drew approximately 10,000 investors promising 4% per week of cryptocurrency transactions. According to the Die Presse news channel, the investment fund ended its…

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