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Profiles in Crypto-Awesome: Miss Bitcoin, Mai Fujimoto

Recents efforts to address gender imbalance in the industry only really serve to highlight crypto still being rather a boys-club. So [...]

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Ugandan Prince Brings Crypto-Powered Solar Energy to Africa

Have you noticed recently there are less emails from African princes, desperate for help getting fortunes out of their country? Perhaps [...]

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‘Bitcoin’ Will Now Get You Up to 11 Points in Scrabble

In what is surely the most unequivocal indicator yet of bitcoin’s adoption into mainstream culture, ‘BITCOIN’ is now [...]

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Bitcoin Price Analysis: It’s Getting Down to the Wire

FUD appears to be dragging Bitcoin price through the mud this week. What is really happening, consolidation or a bearish reversal? [...]

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Tron Network (TRX) Is Getting Listed at KuCoin Blockchain Asset Market

KuCoin’s innovative development aims to accumulate the most unique blockchain based projects. Today, they have listed another [...]

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Sentinel Protocol Aims to Bring Lasting Security Change to Cryptocurrencies in Asia

What would you do if you found yourself the victim of massive crypto theft? That’s exactly the situation that faced Sentinel founder [...]

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Bitcoin Price Analysis: Welcome to ‘Bitcoin Purgatory’

Bitcoin seemed on the verge of a breakout above $6,650 but a failed third attempt, followed by a lack of buying interest has given [...]

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Brian Armstrong Claims Coinbase Is Registering 50,000 New Users Per Day

Brian Armstrong, CEO of the cryptocurrency platform giant Coinbase, claimed in an interview with Bloomberg that around 50,000 new users [...]

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Dorm Room Mining Operations Have Universities Concerned

As college students use dorm rooms for their mining efforts, universities and businesses alike are concerned about costs and hazards. [...]

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Why Bitcoin-Collateralized Loans Still Work in a Bear Market

Despite talk of Bitcoin heading higher in the second half of 2018, many long and short-term holders are growing impatient – or [...]

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