XINFIN, a Blockchain Technology firm for global trade and finance, announced today the appointment of Jason Butcher to its advisory board. Jason Butcher is a renowned name in the field of blockchain technology, serving as the COO of CoinPayments and a bunch of related businesses.
Singapore based Blockchain Technology Company today announced the appointment of Jason Butcher as an independent advisor of the firm, effective immediately. Mr. Butcher who is a serial entrepreneur and COO of CoinPayments will serve as an advisor and will help XinFin with his meaningful insights and invaluable knowledge of the legal landscape of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency markets.Continue reading →
The Venezuelan government has opened a school in the capital city to teach its citizens how to buy, sell, and mine cryptocurrencies, including courses on the nation’s oil-backed currency, the petro. Meanwhile, President Nicolas Maduro has approved resources for universities across the country to establish mining farms. Also read: Indians Look to Buy Bitcoin Overseas as […]
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Plans to build a new manufacturing facility for mining equipment have been announced in Belarus. It will be situated in the Chinese-Belarusian Industrial Park, currently under construction in the “Velikiy Kamen” special economic zone. The plant will be assembling mining rigs with cooling systems utilizing excess heat. Also read: Two Russian Regions to Develop Large […]Continue reading →
While TD Bank has revised its policies and stopped allowing customers to purchase cryptocurrencies using its credit cards, some major banks in Canada still allow crypto credit card transactions, the banks reportedly confirmed on Friday. Also read: Indians Look to Buy Bitcoin Overseas as Regulations Tighten TD Bank Halts Crypto Credit Card Purchases Canada’s largest bank […]
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Adding “Blockchain” to the name of their firms have proved to be very beneficial to the top management of publicly listed companies over the past year. However, this tactic also attracted negative attention from regulators, and now two Nasdaq firms are facing additional troubles. Also Read: Robinhood Starts Rolling Out Cryptocurrency Trading Today Class Action Lawsuit […]
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A mooted Bitcoin Embassy is the first of its kind, since an early attempt in New York City, for a bitcoin gathering place. It was American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) Editorial Director Jeffrey Tucker who had a revelation of sorts to establish a Bitcoin Embassy in the United States. The idea is to bring […]Continue reading →
Over the decade, our approach to content has changed drastically. There was a time when VHS was the source of entertainment and household fights revolved around “Who taped over the birthday with the basketball?” Subscription and Video-On-Demand services like Netflix changed things for the better by providing much better access to content. With time, we have come to realize that this digital model of entertainment is full of loopholes. These Internet behemoths are so centralized regarding operation that they have done nothing but replace Hollywood’s age-old opaque practices. With so many technological changes happening around us every other day, it is time to resist this abnormal behavior.
Entertainment has always been a dominant force in shaping the society. Catchphrases and epic scenes from movies or TV shows often become almost natural parts of the cultural fabric as a frame of references and collective cognizance. Our values, our culture, and sometimes even our future is guided by entertainment.
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The South Korean financial authorities are investigating 20 publicly listed companies for unfairly using cryptocurrency claims to boost their share prices. Crypto-related companies do not always follow through with their plans after seeing their share prices surge. Also read: Indians Look to Buy Bitcoin Overseas as Regulations Tighten Investigating 20 Companies The South Korean Financial Supervisory […]
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This week the owner of the web portal Bitcoin.org and Bitcointalk, a pseudonym called Cobra wrote an open letter to the bitcoin community asking them to think about changing the Bitcoin core network’s Proof-of-Work algorithm. Also read: Ross Ulbricht Denied Post-Conviction Relief Extension Bitcoin.org Owner ‘Cobra’ Says Bitcoin Mining Is Controlled By One Man and His […]
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For all the inroads that bitcoin has made on the current financial system, it has yet to threaten their ascendancy. The CEOs of Paypal, Visa, and other legacy payment systems may have been monitoring the rise of cryptocurrencies, but they have not been losing sleep over them. Now, in a frank report to the SEC, […]
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