"And even if I was, when we get hired, you have to sign this document, contract saying you will not reveal anything we divulge during and after employment," he told AP. "So that's what I impl... Read More
to the fund can be made by credit or debit card, or in
Dorian Nakamoto is trying to strike back at Newsweek. The California man is attempting to sue the magazine... Read More
The Wall Street Journal extended the doubt to Nakamoto's family
But when they got there they said, "Oh what did you want to say?" ... Read More
Back in the early 90s, a lot of people thought the Internet was
overhyped. Here’s one example from Newsweek:
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Daniel Masters, a 50-year-old veteran commodities trader, started working for some of the largest companies in the world right out of university, trading in London, New York and Zug, Switzerland, for ... Read More
Zedd, 3LAU and Big Sean: Tickets On Sale for First Blockchain Music Festival
Tickets for the first music festival set to be powered by blockchain technology are now on sale.
Scheduled for this fall, the Our Music Festival is launching its own virtual currency — the OMF toke
How Crypto Reacted to This Week's SEC Bitcoin ETF Delay
It was an expected result at an unexpected time.
The news broke on August 7 that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is kicking the can on its decision to approve or disapprove a prop
Microsoft Looks to Trusted Computing for Blockchain Security Boost
Two newly published patent applications from Microsoft suggest that the software giant is looking at the use of trusted execution environments, or TEEs, within its blockchain offerings.
Crypto Millionaire Lost 5,500 Bitcoins in Alleged Investment Scam
A 22-year-old cryptocurrency millionaire has lost more than 5,500 bitcoins in an alleged investment scam in Thailand – one that drew public attention due to the involvement of a local actor.