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Factom is creating a peg to the bitcoin blockchain that would enable it to record not only currency transfers, but pictures, videos, music, and much more. Is this the blockchain that can do it all?
It's no secret that Millennials love social media. What is a secret is how social media platforms use them to increase their revenue, without giving them any compensation for doing so. Thankfully, Reddcoin is here to fix that.
The world is about to welcome its first blockchain-based university. How will it affect the future of higher learning?
As we enjoy the digital media revolution, we can tell that the live music industry has been lagging behind. Viberate is aiming to remedy this by bringing the live music industry to the 21st century.
Bitfinex suddenly suspends fiat deposits for all major global currencies curiously following rumored banking issues. Has the moment of truth finally come for the cryptocurrency giant?
There's no such thing as a free lunch, or is there? Airdrops have been used to increase participation on crypto projects by giving away free tokens. Interested in making some side income for free?
From rappers to politicians, and everything in between, celebrities have been jumping into crypto. This project in particular has seemed to gather their support, but why?
Reddit user adun-d shares his story about how the economic situation in Iran has affected him and how cryptocurrencies are being used to help him, his family, and his community.
Cryptocurrency and hacks have almost become synonyms terms, but the reality of the matter is that cryptocurrencies are extremely secure and difficult to steal if you store them properly.
The crypto bubble of 2017 took the world by storm. Regulators were caught off guard by it and now they're rushing to regulate this new technology, but they're making some wild decisions in their haste.
Google follows Facebook and begins to allow cryptocurrency ads once again. However, the ads will only be for approved crypto exchanges in the United States and Japan.
When banks turn their backs on impoverished people, the people turn to crypto. Find out how cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology has affected African nations for the better.
Switzerland based asset management firm introduces a metal backed cryptocurrency. Will a physically backed coin instill more confidence in people than digitally backed ones?
U.S. House passes a bill for a task force against cryptocurrency use by terrorists.
Tech darlings are fighting each other to collect as much user data as they can. Who will care for your privacy when you become their product?
With only 5 coins, Coinbase is an exchange powerhouse. Now they're looking to solidify their position further by adding more coins to their platform. Which coins would you like to see added?
Overstock has been a long time fan of crypto. Now, they're digging in even deeper by launching their very own digital wallet service (through a portfolio company).
What do cryptocurrencies have to do with sports? Football club Paris Saint Germain thinks a lot, and they're getting ready to join the crypto party by launching their very own coin.
Stealing from the poor and giving to the rich? It looks like Robinhood has gotten their priorities reversed. How can we make sure that the exchanges we trade on aren't taking advantage of us?
Mt. Gox, Coincheck, and now Zaif. Another Japanese crypto exchange is hacked. How will this impact the regulation of cryptocurrencies in Japan moving forward?