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Crowdholding: Co-Creating Companies to Success

The Crowdholding platform connects companies with consumers and investors so that the supplier (the company) can co-create their business with the market demander (consumers and investors)--the individuals who will potentially consume the good or service the business provides.Not only will market demanders be co-creators of businesses, they will be paid by businesses seeking assistance to give the

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Connecting the Luxury Fine Art Industry with the Modern Digital Economy

Latest figures from the Tetaf art market report, released by the European Fine Art Foundation, show that in 2016 global art market sales amounted to an estimated $45 billion, up 1.7 percent from 2015. The U.S. remains the largest country in the world art market, with 29.5 percent of the market share, followed by the U.K. and China with 24 percent and 18 percent, respectively.Yet, while the in

Unbreachable Privacy through Pristine Transparency — a Paradox

“You got supply and you have the demand. You have the problem and you have the solution. You have the currency of the future.” — Ronald Dacey, “StartUp”Financial market participants and laymen alike — hold onto your hats. //– is awkward, but very poeticTransformative ideas that change the status quo or improve upon existing methods or systems are everywhere. Several digital sparks ha

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Goldman Sachs Still Advises People to buy Gold Over Bitcoin

The financial sector has no love lost for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Especially major financial players are trying to keep people away from BTC right now. Goldman Sachs is one of those entities still on the fence about cryptocurrencies. For now, the bank still advises investors to buy gold over Bitcoin. An interesting stance, considering Bitcoin is worth four times as much.The recent Bitcoin pric

Bitfinex to Terminate Services for U.S. Retail Customers by November 9

Markets and Prices Bitfinex has announced its plan to terminate all services for U.S. individual customers by November 9th 2017. Their announcement comprised a follow-up to a statement issued in August, which indicated the company was suspending all new requests for account verification from U.S. individuals.Also Read: The Controversy Surroundin

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Bitcoin is Much Better Than Fiat Says Billionaire Investor Tim Draper

At the World Knowledge Forum held in Seoul on October 17, Billionaire investor Tim Draper, who has been one of the key angel investors in the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency markets since 2014, stated that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are much better than fiat currencies.In an interview with Bloomberg, Draper stated:“I think [Bitcoin is] neither [a fraud or a bubble]. If you ask me five years f

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Spanish Banks and Technology Firms Launch the Alastria Blockchain Consortium

Blockchain consortia are becoming far more prevalent as of late. While most people know R3 and Hyperledger, there are other ventures to explore as well. Over in Spain, various tech firms and banks have launched Alastria. This non-profit blockchain consortium wants to serve as a national tokenization platform and focus on digital ID.Every country in the world is focusing their attention on blockcha

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PR: Secure Identity Ledger Corporation Goes Direct to Consumer with Initial Coin Offering: New Blockchain Platform to Put Consumers in Control of Their Online Identities

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release.FALLS CHURCH, Va., /PRNewswire/ — Secure Identity Ledger Corporation (SILC) ℠, the first di

Dutch Bank Flustered Over the Amount of Electricity Bitcoin Consumes

Featured Dutch bank ING is flustered over the fact bitcoin consumes so much energy. Recently, the bank released a report saying bitcoin transactions consume as much electricity as a house does in a month. They seem to believe this is problematic, since traditional electronic payment methods do not use near as much energy, according to the bank. They

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Former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke Believes Bitcoin Unlikely to Succeed

Ben Bernanke, the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, made his views against Bitcoin clear at a conference organized by Ripple in Toronto.Echoing the views of J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon, Bernanke feels that the decentralized nature of Bitcoin, which puts it outside government control, will trigger its downfall. Speaking at Swell, a three day conference organized by Ripple in Toronto, Bernanke

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