How Sustainable Blockchain Options That Don’t Rely on Crypto Markets Can be…

The power of the blockchain to change the world for the better is undeniable. Its growth has been astronomical. Between 2014 and 2015, over $800 million has been injected into startups related to blockchain. An update released by the International Data Corp. indicated that Blockchain solutions are expected to grow […]

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Saudi Arabia and UAE to Pilot Cryptocurrency for Cross-Border Payments

Saudi Arabia and the UAE have launched a cryptocurrency aimed at facilitating cross-border payments. The new digital asset was unveiled during the first meeting of the Saudi-Emirati Coordination Council held on January 19, 2019, in Abu Dhabi, according to a WAM report. National Crypto As stated in the WAM press […]

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Japan’s Crypto Garage To Trial Blockstream’s Liquid Sidechain For Exchanges

Japan-based blockchain firm Crypto Garage has received official authorization to conduct the first blockchain and finance project under the Regulatory Sandbox in Japan. Crypto Garage, a joint venture of Digital Garage and The Tokyo Tanshi Co., engages in research and development (R&D) and commercialization of blockchain-based financial services. The company’s […]

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Mining Closures Reveal Recurring Bitcoin Bear Market Trend

Another bitcoin miner this week shut down its operations, though the news didn’t come as much of a shock. The latest closure, of U.S.-based Giga Watt which went bankrupt last year, follows a trend among large mining operations that stretches back years. Also read: No Reason to ‘Bury’ Cryptocurrencies, Russian […]

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Blockchain Startup Inxeption Secures Investment From Logistics Giant UPS

Blockchain startup Inxeption has secured an undisclosed equity investment from UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund (SEF), the private equity strategic investment arm of delivery and supply chain firm UPS. Founded in 2017, Inxeption is an e-commerce platform that provides tools and blockchain technology to insure trusted, secure and reliable transactions. The […]

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China To Start Censoring Blockchain Companies From February 2019 | BTCMANAGER

The censorship branch of the Chinese government has approved a policy that requires blockchain-based services to censor content and allow the country’s law enforcement to access its data and the identity of their users, Reuters reported on January 10, 2019. China’s Internet Watchdog Removes Anonymity from Blockchain A policy that […]

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China Gets More Blockchain Censorship Powers Under New Rules

China’s crypto angst has shown no sign of abating as we enter a new year. Another raft of restrictive regulations has just been implemented for blockchain companies in the People’s Republic. Data Privacy Not Applicable in China The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has just introduced more regulations for companies […]

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