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In 10 Years We Won't Have Blockchains

Will Murphy is the vice president for blockchain at of Talla.com, the company behind Botchain, a blockchain for managing autonomous intelligent agents. I predict that in 10 years blockchain technology will improve to a level that calling it “blockchain” will no longer be a useful term. Let’s think about this a moment. …

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Openfuture – ICO Review

Openfuture is aiming to create the platform based on which, the developers will be able to decentralize the various applications and offer mainstream solutions. The architecture of the platform will be such that it can easily accept payments as well as verify unauthorized payments as well. The platform will also …

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Omnitude – ICO Review

Omnitude is creating the integration layer between the different blockchain-based ecosystems. This will ensure that there is no need to modify or replace the current blockchain-based systems and simply you will be able to use the integration layer in order to connect to ecosystems. This will ensure that whether you’re …

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PM7 – ICO Review

PM7 is an affiliate marketing platform which is entirely decentralized as it is based on the blockchain technology. It is aiming to change the entire advertising world for off-line as well as online products. This will ensure that there is more transparency in the online world. Moreover, it will bring …

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Wendy McElroy’s TSR: Privacy Prevents Violence and Crime

This post was originally published on source The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations.Section 2 : The Moral Imperative of PrivacyChapter 6: Privacy is a Prerequisite of Human Rightsby Wendy McElroy (Crypto) Privacy Prevents Violence and Crime (Chapter 6, Segment 1) Unlike the communities traditionally associated with the word …

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FCC: Bitcoin Miner Interfered With T-Mobile Network

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) warned a New York City resident this week that his bitcoin mining hardware was interfering with a broadband network operated by T-Mobile. The FCC issued a “Notification of Harmful Interference” to Victor Rosario, dated Feb. 15, informing him that the Commission received a complaint …

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