Blockchain technology could have a Major Effect on the Freelancing Industry

Blockchain technology could have a Major Effect on the Freelancing Industry

As blockchain technology becomes more popular with a growing number of applications, it may have a major impact on the freelancing industry. The freelancing industry is widely popular in many countries. In the United States, approximately 53 million ci…

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Vitalik Buterin: Early Versions of Ethereum Were Supposed to Launch on Bitcoin

Vitalik Buterin: Early Versions of Ethereum Were Supposed to Launch on Bitcoin

Earlier this week, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin revealed that early versions of Ethereum were set to be launched on top of the Bitcoin protocol. In the early days of bitcoin, the function OP_RETURN was used by several major blockchain networks i…

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Ethereum Process Approximately Twice More Transactions Than Bitcoin

Ethereum Process Approximately Twice More Transactions Than Bitcoin

The Ethereum network now processes twice the transactions than bitcoin on a daily basis, as it settles more than 520,000 transactions per day on average. Since the beginning of 2017, the Ethereum Foundation and the open-source development community of …

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Luno Launches Ether Trading In 40 Countries Across Europe, Asia And Africa

Luno Launches Ether Trading In 40 Countries Across Europe, Asia And Africa

Bitcoin startup Luno has announced the support of ether, allowing users in 40 countries, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Nigeria, South Africa, and several countries in Europe, to trade the cryptocurrency. Ether, the native token to the Ethereum network…

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Luno Launches Ether Trading In 40 Countries Across Europe, Asia And Africa

Luno Launches Ether Trading In 40 Countries Across Europe, Asia And Africa

Bitcoin startup Luno has announced the support of ether, allowing users in 40 countries, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Nigeria, South Africa, and several countries in Europe, to trade the cryptocurrency. Ether, the native token to the Ethereum network…

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New York City Preschool Accepts Tuition Payments in Bitcoin & Ethereum, Rejects Credit Card

New York City Preschool Accepts Tuition Payments in Bitcoin & Ethereum, Rejects Credit Card

A New York City preschool has taken the step of offering parents the opportunity to make tuition payments with bitcoin and ethereum rather than accepting credit cards. In May, The Montessori Schools in Flatiron and Soho sent out an email to parents inf…

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Coinbase CEO Owns More Ether Than Bitcoin

Coinbase CEO Owns More Ether Than Bitcoin

Brian Armstrong, the CEO of cryptocurrency wallet provider and exchange Coinbase, personally holds more Ether than bitcoin, according to the Fortune 40 Under 40 column. “Armstrong, who now personally owns even more Ether than he does Bitcoin, is respon…

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Augur Founder: Not Enough Developers are Working on Ethereum Scaling & Development

Augur Founder: Not Enough Developers are Working on Ethereum Scaling & Development

Joey Krug, the founder of Augur, the decentralized prediction market build on top of the Ethereum protocol, believes there is a shortage of talented developers working on Ethereum scaling solutions. In September, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin not…

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Celebrity Endorsements of ICOs ‘May be Unlawful’, Says SEC

Celebrity Endorsements of ICOs ‘May be Unlawful’, Says SEC

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a warning to investors regarding initial coin offerings (ICOs) that are endorsed by celebrities. In a public statement released on the 1st November, the SEC said: “Celebrities and others are …

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After Raising $100 Million, Status Reveals an NFC Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet

After Raising $100 Million, Status Reveals an NFC Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet

Status, an innovative project which introduced an Ethereum blockchain-based decentralized browser, with built-in chat and wallet functionality, has recently closed a $100 million funding round through the sale of its SNT tokens. Following the closure o…

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