Cryptocurrency Mining – Why Iceland Is The Ideal Place

Blockchain, FinTech, ICO News, Investing, Regulation | July 3, 2018 By:

The advantages to using cryptocurrency are abundant, but some experts remain concerned over the impact mining will have on global economies. Crypto-mining serves two main purposes: Adding transactions to the blockchain and releasing new forms of cryptocurrency. The process can be taxing on computer generator systems because it requires a certain amount of energy and power.

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Blockchain Tokens – Compliant Structures for Securities Offerings

Bitcoin, Blockchain and the Law, Opinion, Regulation | June 28, 2018 By:

Proceeds from blockchain token sales (popularly known as initial coin offerings or “ICOs”) reportedly topped $5 billion in 2017, with approximately $1 billion of such offerings originating in the United States (EY research: initial coin offerings [ICOs] [Dec. 2017]). Blockchain technology has a variety of potential applications,

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Blockchain’s TaTaTu – “All The Other Social Media Will Have To Adapt To The Business Model”

Innovation, News | June 27, 2018 By:

TaTaTu, a blockchain tokenized entertainment platform, has raised $575 million USD from private backers, an amount that would make it one of the largest private fundraises of the blockchain era, rivaling Tezos, Telegram and EOS.

The TTU tokens will serve as the central currency within a new blockchain-based social entertainment platform called “TaTaTu,” operated by TaTaTu Enterprises.

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Crypto’s Identity Will Be Altered By Legacy Financial Institutions – Why That’s Not Such a Bad Thing

Investing, News | June 26, 2018 By:

Due to the boom in cryptocurrency popularity among average investors, traditional financial institutions such as Goldman Sachs and Fidelity Investments have announced plans to enter the crypto space. Participation from these institutions would bring major changes to the crypto market – some positive and others negative.

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