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Investors are way too greedy for a stock-market selloff to really take hold

When stocks fell 2% over Monday and Tuesday, pundits were quick to give their “explanations.” Aha, Amazon AMZN, +1.65% Berkshire Hathaway BRK.B, -0.18% BRK.A, -0.43%  and JPMorgan Chase JPM, +0.58%  were banding together to upend the health care market. Aha, the 10-year Treasury note’s yield TMUBMUSD10Y, +0.55%  had crept above 2.7%. Aha, the strong global […]

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Project Districts Emerges as the Perfect Investment Alternative in the Fluctuating Crypto Market

Bitcoinist.net · January 30, 2018 · 1:30 pm Project Districts, the first ever synergistic manipulation of the Blockchain and Virtual Reality, is rapidly coming up as a viable investment opportunity in the crypto economy that has experienced massive fluctuations in the recent times. Leveraging the infinite capabilities of a P2P based blockchain ecosystem, it looks […]

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Project Districts Emerges as the Perfect Investment Alternative in the Fluctuating Crypto Market – The Merkle

Project Districts, the first ever synergistic manipulation of the Blockchain and Virtual Reality, is rapidly coming up as a viable investment opportunity in the crypto economy that has experienced massive fluctuations in the recent times. Leveraging the infinite capabilities of a P2P based blockchain ecosystem, it looks to overcome all limitations that have restricted the […]

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World Economic Forum Bitcoin Discussions “Validate the Movement”

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has long been a lightning rod of global discussion on economic, social and political trends. This year’s gathering in Davos, Switzerland, was no exception. Blockchain technology emerged center stage last week as a key discussion theme, receiving praise from attendees for its cutting-edge potential. Bitcoin and the future of cryptocurrencies, […]

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Coincheck Faces Pressing Questions in the Wake of the World’s Biggest Hack

Wallets It was, by any reckoning, a huge haul. Between $400 million and $534 million dollars of NEM stolen, depending on whether you go on its value at the time or once the market had reacted to the news. At a press conference on Friday afternoon, the stunned Coincheck team painted forlorn figures as they […]

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Dream Market Puts Finishing Touches on Monero Integration – The Merkle

Darknet marketplaces are making some big changes behind the scenes. With some of the major trading hubs having been shut down by law enforcement agencies last year, there is a growing need for privacy and anonymity. This also means payment solutions such as Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash are no longer sufficient. Dream Market, currently the top […]

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What’s In A Name? A Lot Of Cash: Companies Rebrand ‘Blockchain’ Profit

Wilma Woo · January 22, 2018 · 7:00 pm One of Blockchain’s more bizarre fringe benefits is still seeing huge success as companies make millions just for changing their name. (Company Name) + Blockchain = Bank The latest in a string of shrewd corporate moves to profit from the craze associated with the technology, UK […]

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Representatives from Federal Reserve of St. Louis Write in Favor of Cryptocurrencies

Economy & Regulation Aleksander Berentsen and Fabian Schär of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis have recently published an article that emphasizes many of the benefits of cryptocurrencies. The article states “that cryptoassets are well suited to become an important asset class,” in addition to offering praise regarding a number of the major applications […]

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Qtum Forges Ahead with Development of Its x86 Virtual Machine and Expanded Network — Bitcoin Magazine

Qtum is on the move with the announcement of a partnership with Baofeng to begin running 50,000 full Qtum nodes and an upcoming x86 VM to support multiple languages for smart contracts. Qtum is a hybrid of Bitcoin and Ethereum that is based on proof-of-stake consensus instead of proof of work, and is compatible with […]

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