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In the future, merchant processors like BitPay could on-ramp every merchant on the globe and someone else could potentially even solve some of the network delay issues in Jonathan Levin’s upcoming r... Read More
The end of January of the current year, 2014 can be added to the timeline of most important events in the history of cryptocurrencies as the first hardware for simultaneous mining of Bitcoin and... Read More
Mining hardware maker Bitmain has claimed its new bitcoin ASIC will be the most power-efficient chip available to the public.
The forthcoming BM1385, the Beijing company's fourth generation ASIC, w... Read More
UK Government Lures Distributed Ledger Projects With $26 Million Fund
The United Kingdom’s technology development arm, Innovate UK, is doubling down on its support for blockchain-based technologies, it announced on Jan. 22.
The nondepartmental public office said it w
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UN Forms Blockchain Coalition to Fight Climate Change
The United Nations is increasing its efforts to promote applications of blockchain technology to further action on climate change.
In a Jan. 22 blog post, the U.N. announced that it has helped laun