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Think of all the problems associated with conventional money transfer in the world today…these problems are non-existent in cryptocurrency transactions. Money can be transferred to anyone in the world within minutes; with negligible charge, and with little or no needless bureaucracy.
With #Tomochain, developers can enjoy all the advantages of the #Ethereum#blockchain and avoid its scalability problems. @Tomocoin_io will be the governing currency on Tomochain, and the stronger the product gets, the more valuable the token will become.
Vytautas Karalevičius is the Co-Founder and CEO of #SpectroFinance, a role he has held for over 5 years. Before Spectro, he worked as an analyst for #Civitta; he also interned at #Bloomberg for 4 months. Vytautas is well-educated, he has a Masters’ degree from Cambridge and he is currently in the process of obtaining a doctorate degree in #Cryptocurrencies from the University of Leuven, Belgium.
The #AI industry is growing at an alarming rate while access to the #technology is also declining. The @effectai project however, seeks to remove this restriction and make the AI market affordable for—and accessible to—all interested parties.
The term "Blockchain" refers a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, that are linked and secured using cryptography. These block of records often contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp and a transaction data and the records can't be edited.
The Blockchain technology can be used in various industries asides being a distributed ledger for digital cash. It can be applied for uses such as land registrations, automated royalty payments, and invoicing.
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South Korea to ban cryptocurrency traders from using anonymous bank accounts
January 23, 2018 / 2:08 AM / Updated 3 hours ago South Korea to ban cryptocurrency traders from using anonymous bank accounts Cynthia Kim 3 Min Read
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea will ban the use of anonymous bank accounts in cryptocurrency trading from Jan. 30, regulators said on Tuesday in a widely telegraphed move designed to stop virtual coins from being used for money laundering and other crimes.
The measure comes on top of stepped up efforts by Seoul to temper South Koreans’ obsession with cryptocurrencies. Everyone from housewives to college students and office workers have rushed to trade the market despite warnings from global policymakers about investing in an asset that lacks broad regulatory oversight.
The bitcoin price in South Korea extended loss following the latest regulatory announcement, down 3.34 percent at $12,699 as of 0409 GMT, according to Bithumb, the country’s second-largest virtual currency exchange.
Bitcoin BTC=BTSP slumped nearly 20 percent last week to a four-week low on the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange, pressured by worries over a possible ban on trading the virtual asset in South Korean exchanges. In Tuesday afternoon trade, it was up 5.4 percent at $10,925.
Policy makers around the world are calling for tougher, coordinated regulation of cryptocurrency trading. South Korea’s chief financial regulator last week said the government may consider shutting down domestic virtual currency exchanges.
South Korea’s Presidential office has clarified that an outright ban on trading on the virtual currency exchanges is only one of the steps being considered, and not a measure that has been finalized. “The government is still discussing whether an outright ban is needed or not, internally,” a government official who declined to be named said after Tuesday’s briefing.
Over the past month, government statements have underscored differences between the Justice Ministry, which has pushed for a more hardline approach, http://crwd.fr/2DxaLSZ
Kraken Down Nearly 48 Hours, Gives Engineers Time to ‘Rest' Before Resuming Service
Cryptocurrency exchange Kraken sees extended downtime after major upgrade goes wrong, infuriates users by giving engineers time off to rest before relaunching site. http://crwd.fr/2AZM0g4
Goldman Sachs Says Bitcoin is the New Gold, a Better Safe Haven Asset
The $96 billion investment bank Goldman Sachs believes bitcoin is the new gold, the premier store of value in the global finance market. http://crwd.fr/2mDngG8
Western Union Could Use Ripple Tech In 2018 | http://crwd.fr/2AMXV0J
Western Union could start using Ripple's XRP blockchain technology this year, after the payments company joined a pilot program with Ripple Labs two years ago. http://crwd.fr/2mlccxm
Google takes down Chrome extension that was secretly mining for cryptocurrency
Google takes down Chrome extension that was secretly mining for cryptocurrency Google takes down Chrome extension that was secretly mining for cryptocurrency Google Chrome has taken down a popular extension from the Chrome web store, after it was found that this plugin was illegally deploying a cryptocurrency miner for the past couple of weeks. By: Tech Desk | Published: January 1, 2018 3:07 pm Google Chrome has taken down a popular extension from the Chrome web store, after it was found that this plugin was illegally deploying a cryptocurrency miner
Google Chrome has taken down a popular extension from the Chrome web store, after it was found that this plugin was illegally deploying a cryptocurrency miner for the past couple of weeks. The web extension called Archive Poster had over 105,000 users, before it was eventually taken down by Google once the issue came to light.
Report of the illegal cryptocurrency mining was first reported by BleepingComputer. According to the report, the extension did not ask for use permission and would hijack the CPU to mine for Monero during the entire duration when Chrome was open. Searching for the Chrome extension in the Web Store no longer shows the original version, though a so-called ‘Safe’ version of Archive Poster does come up in search results.