Tech companies are particularly affected. Google was forced out, Facebook is banned, Twitter too, with Quartz stating “China is blacklisting Apple, Cisco, and other US tech companies.”
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Instead of informing and educating his audience, as is his duty, McCrum tells us that even though the market is valuing one bitcoin at $1,000, it is actually worth zero. The reason apparently is becau... Read More
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Projects that have already been launched will now be tested in a real-world environment, with most probably failing, giving rise to new ones that have learned from past experience. New ideas will rise... Read More
Cartier Owner Richemont Mulls Plan to Track Diamonds With Blockchain
Richemont, the Swiss luxury goods giant that owns Cartier, is turning to blockchain in a move aimed to bring transparency to its supply chain.
Jin Keyu, a renowned economist and an associate profes
Robinhood's Plan to Win the Crypto Exchange War? Kill Trading Fees
As a new entrant into the cryptocurrency field, Vlad Tenev, co-CEO of online investment brokerage Robinhood, is following a time-honored business strategy: Undercut the competition.
Except he's tak
University Researchers Turn to Blockchain to Preserve Cultural Heritage
A team from China's Tsinghua University has filed a patent application detailing a role for blockchain technology in protecting cultural heritage.
According to a patent filing submitted in April an
CoinList's Fifth ICO Is a $61 Million Bid to Tokenize All the Assets
The website aiming to be the gold-standard for token sellers has been picking up the pace.
Since spinning off from venture capital giant AngelList last October, New York-based CoinList has been abl