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Gambling Mogul Set to Build Multi-Million Dollar Bitcoin Funded Resort in Antigua
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Gambling Mogul Set to Build Multi-Million Dollar Bitcoin Funded Resort in Antigua

Calvin Ayre, the Canadian-born bitcoin mogul, affectionately dubbed ‘his excellency’ by the government of Antigua and Barbuda is set to build a first of its kind bitcoin-funded resort in the Caribbean paradise. The resort which is estimated to cost about $100 ...
Very Hard to Regulate Cryptocurrency,’ Says US Lawmaker
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Very Hard to Regulate Cryptocurrency,’ Says US Lawmaker

US lawmakers may be eager to regulate cryptocurrency, but they’re quickly finding that it’s easier said than done. In an interview with Fox Business, House Representative David Schweikert (R-AZ) said that regulators must focus their efforts on application-l...
Lenovo Seeks Blockchain Patent For Document Validation
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Lenovo Seeks Blockchain Patent For Document Validation

Lenovo has applied for a patent with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office for an electronic device to ensure the integrity of a signed physical document using blockchain technology, according to a recent filing. The device identifies an integrity symbol with...
Cryptocurrency Miners Flock to Asia’s Malls for Cheap Crypto-Mining Rigs
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Cryptocurrency Miners Flock to Asia’s Malls for Cheap Crypto-Mining Rigs

Electronics bazaars in Asia are receiving a flood of international buyers looking for cheap cryptocurrency mining equipment. Equipment including components such as GPU’s, motherboards and fans, can be as much as 50% cheaper here than in Europe. At many loca...
Liquid Assets’: South Korea Plans Accounting Standards for Cryptocurrencies
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Liquid Assets’: South Korea Plans Accounting Standards for Cryptocurrencies

The Korea Accounting Institute is reportedly planning to categorize cryptocurrencies like bitcoin as ‘liquid assets’ in a bid to classify them in financial statements. As reported by Business Korea, the Korea Accounting Institute (KAI) is in the process of ...
[White Hat] Hackers Join Search for $530 Million in Stolen Cryptocurrency
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[White Hat] Hackers Join Search for $530 Million in Stolen Cryptocurrency

White hat hackers have been instrumental in investigations regarding last month’s breach of the Coincheck exchange. The community members have helped track down the $538m of NEM cryptocurrency that was stolenfrom the Tokyo-based exchange. The ethical hacker...
You Can Now Tokenize Yourself
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You Can Now Tokenize Yourself

The future was meant to involve flying cars and jetpacks. Instead, it involves tokenizing yourself on the blockchain. It was Andy Warhol who famously observed that in the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. That fame, it now appears, may come in the...
Iran Changes Mind, Decides It Doesn’t Actually Like Bitcoin After All
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Iran Changes Mind, Decides It Doesn’t Actually Like Bitcoin After All

In October 2017, the Iranian government all but decided to implement Bitcoin as a means to completely bypass sanctions, while also allowing citizens to conduct international trades otherwise not possible. Now, however, the Islamic Republic on the Persian coast...
Several Factors Are Driving Renewed Bullish Sentiment for Bitcoin
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Several Factors Are Driving Renewed Bullish Sentiment for Bitcoin

Bullish sentiment for Bitcoin is gaining renewed momentum. Investors and financial experts are suggesting a variety of catalysts to explain Bitcoin’s rally, such as regulatory softening by some governments and new technological developments. Even PayPal’s Chie...
Japanese Exchange Accidentally Offers Free Bitcoins
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Japanese Exchange Accidentally Offers Free Bitcoins

Everyone’s looking to get the best deal when buying Bitcoin — but for seven lucky buyers, a Japanese exchange accidentally offered them the deal of a lifetime. FREE BITCOINS! According to Reuters, a short-lived system glitch at Japanese cryptocurrenc...