ICOs seek refuge in renowned tax havens: From Gibraltar to Isle of Man

ICOs seek refuge in renowned tax havens: From Gibraltar to Isle of Man

As fire and fury reign down on ICOs from media, government officials, and naysayers, these renowned tax havens offer a bit of refuge

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Kakao and Bittrex team up to launch cryptocurrency exchange: What this means for South Korea

Kakao and Bittrex team up to launch cryptocurrency exchange: What this means for South Korea

South Korea mobile giant Kakao teams up with Bittrex to create a cryptocurrency exchange called Upbit. With the China crackdown, South Korea is now the world’s third largest crypto market, behind only the United States and Japan.

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With $9.7 trillion of untradeable coal, North Korea turns to bitcoin

With $9.7 trillion of untradeable coal, North Korea turns to bitcoin

With an abundance of coal it can’t sell and a strong appetite for bitcoin, could Kim Jong-Un be experimenting with a new form of mining?

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Mexico on regulating bitcoin and its emerging fintech sector

Mexico on regulating bitcoin and its emerging fintech sector

Savvy fintech entrepreneurs are heading to Mexico to find solutions involving cryptocurrency to the some of the country’s biggest challenges

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Bitcoin in China: Too early to sound the death knell

Bitcoin in China: Too early to sound the death knell

Those predicting the worst for Asia’s cryptocurrency market may have jumped the gun. Like it or not, bitcoin is big business in almost every corner of the continent – including China.

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Web 3.0’s online marketplace is here – OpenBazaar 2.0 beta release

Web 3.0’s online marketplace is here – OpenBazaar 2.0 beta release

The real beauty of OpenBazaar 2.0 is the invincible status afforded by the decentralized architecture: there is no Ulbricht to take down, no middlemen, and no fees.

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Lessons from a Cryptocurrency Hack (a PSA)

Lessons from a Cryptocurrency Hack (a PSA)

Cryptocurrency related cyber attacks are on the rise. This article discusses how these attacks happen, who the easy targets are, and how you can protect yourself.

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Blockchain and e-governance: from Estonia to BITNATION

Blockchain and e-governance: from Estonia to BITNATION

Blockchain technology has found plenty of advocates in the world of finance, banking and trade. But, it’s in the unlikely field of democracy where it may soon be making its presence felt most acutely.

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Is bitcoin reaching critical mass?

Is bitcoin reaching critical mass?

Any news is good news. Could the recent peak in regulatory directives on bitcoin indicate a period of hyperbitcoinization?

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Marine matters: How blockchain technology is stirring the waters for the shipping trade

Marine matters: How blockchain technology is stirring the waters for the shipping trade

The world’s marine industry giants have long been regarded as conservative, set in their ways and resistant to change. Yet, if recent blockchain-related developments are anything to go by, it seems nothing could be further from the truth.

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