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Can Baroness Michelle Mone’s EQUI Token Transform Venture Capital?

Allen Scott · March 9, 2018 · 3:00 pm After raising over $7 million USD in just a few days of its pre-sale, EQUI is carrying a lot of momentum to transform venture capital (VC) investing. Bitcoinist spoke with Baroness Michelle Mone and Doug Barrowman about the project and why they believe it will be a […]

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Decentralized Exchange IDEX Hits $13 Million a Day While Etherdelta Falters

Featured The Myspace/Facebook analogy has been gratuitously overused, yet it aptly describes Etherdelta and IDEX. The former was once the only decentralized exchange in town, a hub of ERC20 tokens bolted to a barely usable interface. Then Etherdelta (ED) got hacked and launched a pointless ICO. While ED floundered, IDEX assembled a user-friendly alternative that […]

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Most Current Projects Will Disappear in 5 Years, Says ‘Godfather of Ethereum’

Allen Scott · February 28, 2018 · 2:00 am ‘Godfather of Ethereum’ and founder of æternity, Yanislav Malahov, tells Bitcoinist why his startup chose to set up shop in the tiny country of Liechtenstein, which countries blockchain companies must stay away from, and why he believes most current cryptocurrency projects will fail in the next 5 years.  […]

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Bitcoin.org Owner Asks the Community to Change Bitcoin’s Central PoW Algorithm

News This week the owner of the web portal Bitcoin.org and Bitcointalk, a pseudonym called Cobra wrote an open letter to the bitcoin community asking them to think about changing the Bitcoin core network’s Proof-of-Work algorithm. Also read: Ross Ulbricht Denied Post-Conviction Relief Extension Bitcoin.org Owner ‘Cobra’ Says Bitcoin Mining Is Controlled By One Man and […]

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Crypto-Backed SALT Claims $1.3 Billion Backlog, Suspends New Memberships

Featured Secured Automated Lending Technology (SALT) has an enviable problem if its recent Medium post is to be believed. The membership-based crypto-as-collateral loan platform has declared “a demand of over $1.3b in loan requests” is forcing it to suspend “new membership registrations, loan requests, and purchases of SALT.” Also read: How To Regain Control From Nanny […]

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Meet the Rouge Project: a Game-Changer in the Coupon Market

Bitcoinist.net · February 23, 2018 · 1:00 am The coupon market came out in the early twentieth century, mostly in the US and Europe, and since then has grown exponentially. The internet boom allowed companies to provide their clients with all kinds of discounts and rebate on various goods. Today, we’re living in another technology […]

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Free trading app makes its debut; Dudley takes a swipe at cryptocurrencies

Bloomberg Cryptocurrency prices plummeted Thursday, marking a second day of losses that has pushed the value of many major cryptocurrencies down by as much as 10%. The No. 1 digital currency, bitcoin BTCUSD, -2.14% below a psychological level at $10,000, and at one point had lost $2,000 from Wednesday’s peak. A tumble for virtual currencies […]

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The 5 Top ICO Projects to Keep an Eye in February-March 2018

Bitcoinist.net · February 22, 2018 · 11:30 pm 2018 had started with a large increase in cryptocurrency world. That success has later been a bit smudged with the slight overall market fall in mid-January, but the currencies are growing again, despite the high volatility. Multiple projects are being developed to capitalize on growing coins and […]

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BitStarz Adds Ethereum (ETH) and Dogecoin (DOGE) Support!

Bitcoinist.net · February 18, 2018 · 2:31 pm Thursday, Feb 15, 2018 – With an undeniable eye for expansion, BitStarz Casino is showing that it’s a true trailblazer, as it now accepts both Ethereum (ETH) and Dogecoin (DOGE) for deposits and wagers. Raising the bar for altcoin acceptance and payment options, BitStarz has become one […]

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Switzerland Enacts ICO Guidelines – Bitcoin News

Featured Just days before the tiny nation of Gibraltar was said to draft their first initial coin offering (ICO) regulations, Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) of Switzerland appears to have stolen its thunder in an eleven page document published today. It could be the standard by which developed countries look to install their own versions. […]

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