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Fed Up With AI Mistakes Blockchain Startup Follows Wikipedia Model to Make It Better

n Frustrated by errors and mistakes when youre using artificial intelligence This blockchain-based startup thinks it has the answer SPONSOREDn

In the Opportune Bear Market, Crypto Merger & Acquisitions Surge Over 200 in 2018

n Crypto and blockchain-related merger and acquisition deals have surged by over 200 percent in 2018, according to data compiled by JMP Securitiesn

Russia CEO of Banking Giant Sberbank Says Blockchain Tech Will Be Ready in 3-5 Years

n Herman Gref, CEO of Russias Sberbank, says governments arent likely to allow decentralized crypto to flourish anytime soon, but pushes blockchain devn

Crypto Markets See Minor Losses as Relative Calm Continues, Bitcoin Slips Below $6,500

n Crypto markets are seeing minor losses across the board, as low volatility and low price momentum continuen

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Stellar, Litecoin, Cardano, Monero, TRON Price Analysis, October 19

n Some analysts believe that the calm in the markets is about to end. Do the charts point to a potential breakout or a breakdown Lets find outn

Report North Korea-Sponsored Hacks Comprise 65 Percent of Total Crypto Stolen

n Report hacker group Lazarus, reportedly funded by North Korea, has stolen a staggering $571 million in crypto since early 2017n

Financial Action Task Force Adopts Changes to Standards Covering Virtual Currencies

n The Financial Action Task Force has introduced changes to its anti-money laundering and terrorism financing rules covering digital currency-related firmsn

Russian Draft Bill Lacks Core Crypto Terms After Recent Edits

n Russian lawmakers in the State Duma have removed a definition of cryptocurrency mining from the draft law On Digital Financial Assetsn

Gibraltar Govt Launches Advisory Group to Develop Blockchain-Related Educational Courses

n The government and University of Gibraltar have created an advisory group to address the demand for new educational courses in DLT and smart contractsn

Ernst & Young Report One Year on, ICOs’ Fate Is ‘Worse Than We Thought’

n An EY report into The Class of 2017 ICOs found that 86 of tokens are trading below their listing price, 71 have no working productn

Ethereum Devs Reach Consensus to Delay Constantinople Hard Fork Until January 2019

n Ethereum core devs have officially decided to delay a planned hard fork, dubbed Constantinople, until January 2019 at the earliestn

The Power of HODL

The first time you see “HODL” when someone is discussing cryptocurrencies, the word causes you to stop reading. You think: “Is it a misspelling?” Well, yes it is – at least it was mistyped originally. Now, rather amusingly, HODL has… Continue Reading →

Indian Cryptocurrency Exchanges See Rapid Growth in P2P Trading

Trading volumes on exchange-escrowed peer-to-peer (P2P) cryptocurrency trading platforms in India are rising rapidly amid the banking ban by the country’s central bank. “Indians are warming up to P2P in amazing ways,” the CEO of a local crypto exchange told… Continue Reading →

The Onion Released a Guide to Blockchain, and It’s Hilarious

Despite the many amazing use cases for public and private blockchain networks, there’s no way around the fact that the word “blockchain” has been misused, misunderstood, and hyped into a state of near-meaninglessness in the last few years. Money-hungry ICOs… Continue Reading →

Ethereum dApp Roundup Part 2: Essentials

dApps are becoming increasingly popular regarding usage and sheer volume. In the second of this series, BTCManager will highlight some of the more prominent ones of the bunch, with the first installation discussing the ten dApps users can’t live without…. Continue Reading →

Opinion: Can AI Tools Improve Cryptocurrency Adoption?

There are many different paths to choose from, to improve cryptocurrency usability.  Lately, I’ve been focused on project tokenomics as I have a feeling that better rewards distribution is the way forward. For instance, traditional exchanges do not provide enough rewards… Continue Reading →

Checkbooks Ready! US Marshals to Hold $4 Million Bitcoin Auction

The US Marshals Service has announced an upcoming auction for over $4 million worth of bitcoin seized during various legal proceedings. The sealed bid auction, which is scheduled to take place in November, will offer approximately 660 BTC seized during… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin Intentions: Are We Aiming to Replace the Status Quo or Become Them?

When the idea of a working digital currency like bitcoin was introduced, many of its early adopters disliked the current bureaucratic system, with a cartel of bankers pulling the world’s monetary strings. Over time, however, something weird has happened and… Continue Reading →

Japan Looks to Ease Tax Reporting of Cryptocurrency Gains and Profits

To establish a seamless tax reporting mechanism for cryptocurrency gains in Japan, the Japanese Tax Commission held a debate on October 17, 2018, per a report by the local media outlet Sankei News. Standardization of Tax Filing Process According to… Continue Reading →

Tether Price Creeps Back to 99 Cents But Fails to Reach Dollar Parity

The tether price (USDT) is once again trading near $0.98 after failing to crack through the $1.00 threshold, prolonging the USD-pegged cryptocurrency’s departure from dollar parity. The USDT token had on Friday briefly surpassed a global average of $0.99, its… Continue Reading →

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