“Hyperledger is setting out on the promising and proven path that has already been taken with Linux: standardisation, broad-based support, open exchange of information.”
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Google’s cloud customers can also tap into the power of the TPU chips, if they’re running applications that can benefit from the chips, Greene said. Google claims TPUs can handle machine learning ... Read More
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Revealed by the mini
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The cryptocurrency closed below key technical levels on Thursday,
Former OKEx Chief Joins Rival Cryptocurrency Exchange Huobi
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According to an announcemen
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The state of Colorado could soon allow political committees to accept contributions in cryptocurrency.
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