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Nasdaq-Listed “Blockchain” Companies Hit With New Legal Troubles

Markets and Prices Adding “Blockchain” to the name of their firms have proved to be very beneficial to the top management of publicly listed companies over the past year. However, this tactic also attracted negative attention from regulators, and now two Nasdaq firms are facing additional troubles. Also Read: Robinhood Starts Rolling Out Cry

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Over 3,000 Ethereum Smart Contracts Contain Major Security Flaws

Ethereum smart contracts are hot technology as of right now. While many companies see merit in this technology, there are security issues a swell. Researchers discovered several vulnerabilities which put millions of Dollars at risk. This is worrisome news, although there is a positive side to it as well.Security Flaws in Smart ContractsThere are many different aspects to smart contracts. Templates

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US: Georgia Next State In Line To Accept Crypto For Taxes, Licenses

The US state of Georgia is the next state in line to possibly accept cryptocurrencies as a valid form of payment for state taxes and licenses, according to a bill introduced on Feb. 21.Senate Bill 464, introduced by Republican state senators, Joshua McKoon and Michael Williams, proposes that “[t]he commissioner shall accept as valid payment for taxes and license fees any cryptocurrency, inc

Pump and Dump in Crypto: Cases, Measures, Warnings

The pump and dump, an age-old scheme to quickly raise the value of a worthless asset and then selling it to reap the profits from the price increase. Not only is the pump and dump illegally under the securities laws, but it is also extremely popular in the world of Blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, and digital assets.How does it workIn a pump and dump scheme, the price of a worthless asset-us

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eHealth First – the Reshaping of International Healthcare Systems with Blockchain, AI and NLP

Generally, when one thinks of blockchain the first thing that comes to mind is cryptocurrency. And this has hitherto been the best executed and most quickly adopted implementation of the blockchain. So, you might be forgiven. However, the fact that it has found the great majority of its success in one field does not preclude the fact that it might be even better adapted for another.The blockchain

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Wendy McElroy: Privacy Is the Virtue That Sparked the American Revolution

Featured The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations.Section 2: The Moral Imperative of PrivacyChapter 6: Privacy is a Prerequisite of Human RightsPrivacy is the Virtue that Sparked the American Revolution, Chapter 6, Segment 2A general dissolution of principles and manners will more surely overthrow the liberties of America than the

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Riot Blockchain Gets Hit by Another Shareholder Lawsuit

After changing its name to Riot Blockchain in October to include the word “blockchain,” the public company watched its stock skyrocket from $8 a share to more than $38 during a cryptocurrency rally at the beginning of the year.The first significant problem was the company did not have any real focus on blockchain technology. Before October, Riot was known as Bioptix, a maker of diagnostic mach

Gifting Bitcoin Is One Way a Person Can Avoid Paying Crypto-Taxes

Taxes After the newly written U.S. tax laws recently passed, cryptocurrency investors realized the tax-free exemption filing 1031 for IRS reporting is no longer applicable to their digital asset investments. The law also implies that a lot of people will have to pay taxes on every single transaction they processed throughout the past twelve months. H

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Week in Review for February 23, 2018: Sidechains, Stings and Venezuela

In the past week, news from Venezuela was at the forefront, where crypto mining is way up due to cheap electricity. But their stab at launching their own crypto, the Petro, is not looking like a great plan so far.Good news in regulation, however, is coming from the state of Wyoming as the House unanimously passed two pro-blockchain bills, with five more in the pipe.On the technological front, rese

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Japan: Do Criminals Prefer Cryptocurrencies or Fiat for Money Laundering? 669 Cases vs 347,000

Japan’s National Police Agency said today that they received reports on 669 cases of suspected money laundering linked to cryptocurrencies from exchange operators between April and December of last year; This is just a tiny fraction of the total, as 347,000 money laundering cases were reported by traditional banks in the same time frame. The data came after cryptocurrency exchange operators were

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