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What if somebody around 1995 had given you a simple way to invest in the Internet? All we had around 1995 to 2000 was the option to invest in the ventures being sold by the Wealth Intermediation business. Today if you want to invest in the Blockchain Economy there is one incredibly simple way to…
The drive of the music business intermediators is to keep as big a slice of the pie to themselves as possible. But just when they have scrambled back from years of online disruption blockchain and cryptocurrency could turn their world upside down once more.
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The credible way to end Brexit gridlock and give the UK and global businesses much-needed certainty is with a second referendum says the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent crypto financial advisory organisations. Nigel Green founder and chief executive of deVere Group is urging Westminster
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Here is a summary of some of the widely followed stories on cryptocurrency and blockchain during the past 24 hours..
Long Blockchain Corp (i.e. Long Island Iced Tea) has reached an agreement to sell its beverage business.
Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) best known for gaming chips made a major turn to the cloud by agreeing to buy Mellanox Technologies (NASDAQ:MLNX) which sells internal ethernet systems to data centers for $6.8 billion.Source: Shutterstock Nvidia said it is paying $125 per share in cash for Mellanox which closed
Overstock's (NASDAQ: OSTK) blockchain subsidiary Medici Ventures has bought a 5.1% stake in Bankorus a blockchain banking platform focused on custody
Inveniam Capital Partners is seeking $65.5 million to buy the 17-story Miami WeWork building and cryptocurrency is an investment option.
Texan lawmaker Phil Stephenson (who also happens to be a certified public accountant) proposes “proper identification” for all state residents who wish to send or receive cryptocurrencies.
Fintech remains a priority and QDB recently launched the ‘IBM Innovation Hub Doha’ during the Global Entrepreneurship Week said bank’s CEO Abdulaziz bin
The U.S. Marshals is looking to hire an individual who can manage cryptocurrencies for the Asset Forfeiture Division. Over the last few years the law enforcement agency has seized thousands of bitcoins from a variety of investigations. Now the Marshals are in need someone who is competent enough to handle matters like wallet creation managing …
PC Magazine is reporting this week on an apparent surge of on-campus cryptomining detected by cybersecurity firm Cisco. The news is noteworthy because
U.S. stocks extended their losses Thursday with the Dow recording its fifth consecutive drop after mixed employment data and plunging Chinese exports added to concerns about stagnation in the world’s two largest economies. Dow Falters Again Wall Street’s major indexes pared almost all of their losses in the final hour of trading but still finished […]