Tag Archive: crypto currency market


Blender.io help you to make bitcoin transaction anonymous and fast with small fee

The user-interface is extremely simple and clean, anyone who has never before used any such service too can navigate around... Read More

Worth of Crypto

Bithumb Says They Lost $30 mil. Worth of Crypto

On June 20th, at about 3 am UTC, Bithumb announced a notice for Twitter subscribers explaining that the reason behind... Read More

Is an anonymous energy company actually a front for a conservation group? I hope so!

An article on federal oil and gas auctions by Natasha Geiling at ThinkProgress caught my eye. The ThinkProgress story mostly is... Read More

Blockchain leadership summit

Blockchain leadership summit

23-24 November 2018 the main blockchain industry event – Blockchain Leadership Summit (#BLS2018) – will take place in Basel, Switzerland.... Read More


CryptoFriends will celebrate its 1st Birthday on the “Blockchain Island”

The Malta Blockchain Summit has joined CryptoFriends, the eclectic Blockchain and Crypto Events Company to host an exclusive Crypto iGathering... Read More

Test Blockchain Voting

Swiss “Crypto-Valley” Set to Test Blockchain Voting

Residents of the city of Zug in Switzerland will be participating in a blockchain trial voting process [1] set to... Read More

Mastercard Patents

Mastercard Patents Blockchain-Based Payment Verification

Mastercard has submitted a patent application to the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) for a system that is authenticating cards at... Read More


Chinese crypto-instruments from tomorrow are closed

In less than 24 hours, the Chinese stock exchanges will officially stop trading. Against the backdrop of rumors that the... Read More


Institutional cryptoeconomics: a new century – a new model

In this article, Chris Berg, Sinclair Davidson and Jason Potts of RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub (Melbourne, Australia) argue why a... Read More


The Bitcoin formula: Energy / Time Truth

Why is R3, Blyth Masters, PoS of the Etherium and “bankers” going along the wrong path, and the idea of... Read More