Stablecoins and Exchange Coins – What’s the Difference From the Ol’ Corporate Bond?

Stablecoins and Exchange Coins - What's the Difference From the Ol' Corporate Bond?A new weekly record was set last week in global corporate bond sales, with investors grabbing hold of around $140 billion in new bonds according to data from Dealogic. This occurs against a backdrop of negative yielding debt, and the meteoric rise in popularity of stablecoins and exchange-native tokens across the crypto space. The near […]

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Samsung Adds Bitcoin Support to Its Blockchain Keystore

Tech Giant Samsung Adds Bitcoin Support to the Blockchain KeystoreOn August 13, Samsung, the South Korean multinational conglomerate, published the company’s new Blockchain Keystore SDK for developers and the latest release supports Bitcoin Core (BTC). The version follows Samsung’s previous Keystore release which only supported ETH and the ERC20 standard. Also Read: Exploring the SLP Token Universe Built on the Bitcoin Cash Chain Samsung […]

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Goldman-Backed Apple Card Restricts Cryptocurrency Purchases

Goldman-Backed Apple Card Restricts Cryptocurrency PurchasesCryptocurrencies cannot be purchased with the new Apple credit card according to the American multinational technology company’s recently published customer agreement guidelines. The Apple card’s restrictions indicate that the company’s partner, Goldman Sachs, is leery toward cryptocurrencies and other “cash equivalents” like lottery tickets and casino chips. Also Read: Banks Stopped Walmart Bank – Now […]

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Apple’s WWDC 2016: What It All Really Says

Today was what, years ago, used to be one of the most exciting times of the year: Apple’s World Wide Developer Conferece 2016, or WWDC. Years ago, this used to be the event where new hardware would get announced, and new software would also take center stage. It was “must see” streamed video (often through the Quicktime client, whether you

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