Ethereum: captured by a small elite?

Or how wealth in Ether is as evenly distributed as its Blockchain is decentralized – Matthias De Aliaga (@TokenAnalyst) published on June 4 an analysis of data from the blockchain Ethereum and its transactions. In this analysis, he tries to distinguish the different types of users of the Ethereum blockchain, according to their active use or their passive accumulation […]

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Are big companies ready to adopt Blockchain technology?

Deloitte, the consulting and audit firm, reported the results of a survey on the integration of Blockchain technology within companies. It seems that companies around the world are starting to experiment with this emerging technology to create solutions that are as practical as they are profitable. According to the survey, 74% of large companies are convinced of […]

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Coinbase creates an index fund for cryptocurrencies

The exchange platform crypto-currencies Coinbase has recently announced the launch of a collective investment fund that will make it easier to invest. Up to $ 20 million in investment United States accredited investors will now be able to access all cryptocurrencies listed on the GDAX marketfrom Coinbase. The investments available on the stock exchange will range from $ 250,000 to $ 20 million. […]

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Sucked hickeys are sold in Sherbrooke

However, their manufacturer is trying to obtain a cannabis producer’s license A company that is trying to become an authorized pot manufacturer has manufactured cannabis banners banned by Health Canada that are still on store shelves. The smokers’ accessories store Anything on King Street in Sherbrooke sells lollipops containing 50 and 100 mg of CBD […]

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The Ripple is too expensive for Western Union

Western Union, the world leader in international remittances, has announced that the company will not integrate a cryptocurrency transfer solution to its service in the near future. Despite their soaring revolution in today’s bank flows, “these are still little used as a means of payment,” he said. No economy Addressing the New York Economic Club, the director of the […]

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Ireland aims to become a Fintech center

Leo Varadkar, the head of the Irish government, came to the Web Summit MoneyConf, the conference dedicated to technologies taking place each year in Dublin. He wants to make Ireland a major European capital of technology. The interest of Irish citizens for crypto-currencies According to a study by The Irish Times of June 11, 2018, the number of […]

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Satoshi’s Place: an amalgam between the Lightning Network, the collective work and Bitcoin

Created by an anonymous crypto-currency enthusiast, Satoshi’s Place, a virtual wall of graffiti powered by the Lightning Network (LN), demonstrates the power of micro-transactions in the form of new advertising space. Satoshi’s Place looks vaguely like an amalgam of the One Million Dollar homepage and at Reddit Place. It is a wall of collective and living works where anyone can […]

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Update on WHY 11 Closure (17-06-18 8h00 PM)

On June 17, 2018, at approximately 9:45 a.m., Hearst officers of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), as well as the Cochrane District Emergency Medical Services (EMS) responded to a motor vehicle collision with injuries.   Police investigation revealed that a westbound Tractor Trailer Unit and an eastbound passenger vehicle, both travelling on Highway 11, have […]

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Bitcoin.org removes mention of Bitpay and Coinbase

The bitter feuds between Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) are at their peak and continue to fuel unhealthy discussions. Bitcoin.org, which was between the hammer and the anvil, finally opted to remove the two giants of the cryptocurrency industry from its platform, namely Coinbase , and Bitpay . Conflict between BTC and BCH is growing Competition is seen positively in the […]

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