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KYC Bill to Regulate Bitcoin Exchanges Green Lighted by Australian Senate Committee

Regulation A bill to regulate Australia’s digital currency exchanges has gained support from the Senate committee tasked to review it. The committee recommended for the bill to be passed. However, public comments from the industry’s participants suggest that some provisions in the bill are unclear and could reduce competition in the payment indus

First global art provenance platform ARTEX initiated a crowdsale

October 18, 2017 – ARTEX, the world’s first decentralized provenance platform, announces the start of a token presale campaign. Through the whole crowdsale campaign project team aims to collect a soft cap of $5,000,000 and $15,000,000 of maximum funding.ARTEX offers reliable and convenient platform for art market with fraud-proof provenance and transactions, copyright protection and beneficial

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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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Vancouver Company Introduces Smart Contract Technology

If your business isn’t already looking to blockchain technology to help streamline your company, it’s already falling behind the competition.On October 6, Vancouver based technology company Etherparty launched its beta program for a smart contract creation tool. It allows users to create their own smart contracts on the Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains.The platform means that anyone can harnes

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Gizer Announces Presale of GZR Token, Starting from October 20, 2017

Gizer’s pre-ICO for GZR token is starting from October 20, 2017, as recently announced by the company. Gizer is a popular, innovative platform that connects mobile gamers via different products, services and competition on its app. At present, GZR tokens are only available to accredited investors under the Simple Agreement for Future Tokens (SAFT) at a 20 percent discount. The pre-sale for a gen

As India’s Government Wars Against Cash, Bitcoin is Sought in Exchange

Emerging Markets Last year, the Republic of India overnight banned 85 percent of its fiat cash in circulation. As a way to address “black money” presumably used in nefarious dealings, government policy makers demanded certain Indian Rupee (INR) denominations be returned. It’s citizens now have an incentive to begin looking for alternatives to g

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Flipz Aims to be the First Decentralized E-commerce Platform

The pre-ICO of Flipz, a smart e-commerce platform based on blockchain smart contracts, has just started on October 12, 2017. The first decentralized e-commerce platform is in the process of raising funds for development, cover marketing expenses and to pay the staff. As a part of the crowdsale, Flipz has issued hundred million tokens for sale during the pre-ICO, with the intention o

One Woman Surviving Solely on Bitcoin Attempts a Trek from Toronto to Las Vegas

Fintech Satoshi Nakamoto is reported to have insisted acceptance of his invention hinged upon its use as a currency, a functioning instrument of daily trade. To this end, more advocates are taking to public competitions to spread the message of cryptocurrency power.  Bitcoin 20/20With the world’s most popular cryptocurrency approaching 60

Rentberry Announces Decentralized Long-Term Rental Platform at Block-Con

October 13, 2017 — Santa Monica, California: After spending a month scouring the San Francisco rental market, Alex Lubinsky and Lily Ostapchuk came to the conclusion that the long-term rental industry was in need of a more efficient solution. As a result, Rentberry was born in 2015, and it has been simplifying the industry by easily uniting tenants and landlords. On October 11th, 2017, Rent

Remittance Startup Bitspark Drops Bitcoin Over Network Fees

Altcoins This week the Hong Kong-based bitcoin remittance provider, Bitspark, has announced the firm is switching its services over to the Bitshares blockchain instead of using bitcoin because it is “better suited for the company’s business.”Also read:Putin Tells Central Bank Not to Create Unnecessary Barriers to CryptocurrenciesBitspark Drops

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