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Coinbase users can now withdraw Bitcoin SV following BCH fork

If you’re a Coinbase user, you may have seen some new tokens on your account. The Bitcoin Cash chain split into two different chains back in November. It means that if you held Bitcoin Cash on November 15, you became the lucky owner of Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin ABC. And Coinbase just started handing out Bitcoin SV to its users if you’re involved in the split. The split happened because Bitcoin Cash developers couldn’t agree on an upgrade. Some developers backed an upgrade to the code called B...
Tags: Abc, Tech, Bitcoin, Coinbase, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, BCH, BSV, Distributed Ledger, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin ABC, Bitcoin SV, Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin ABC


IBM says to expect 5 big changes in the next 5 years

IBM's 2019 5 in 5 predicts major changes on the horizon. Food chain technology, from farmers' financing to desktop pathogen sensors, is about to explode. IBM and others have big ideas about reducing famine and food-borne illness. None IBM has a long history of seeing the future, and its 2019 5 in 5 event aims to do it again. Ahead of the public prognostication, Arvind Krishna, senior Vice President of IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software, blogged a preview of what IBM sees as the next five years' ...
Tags: Food, Technology, Finance, Digital, United States, Farming, Innovation, Agriculture, Ibm, Mars, Blockchain, Microbes, Coli, Prediction, Agriculture Organization, Arvind Krishna


Providence St. Joseph Acquires Seattle Blockchain Startup Lumedic

Providence St. Joseph Health said Monday it has acquired Lumedic, a startup developing blockchain-based software aimed at improving how healthcare providers bill for care and manage reimbursements from insurers.The deal, which Providence did not disclose the terms of, marks a rapid path from launch to exit for Seattle-based Lumedic. Michael Nash, the company’s founder and chief product officer, published a Medium post announcing Lumedic to the world just seven months ago.Providence, headquarter...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Trends, Tech, Vc, Software, Bitcoin, Healthcare, Seattle, Blockchain, Providence, Michael Nash, National blog main, Seattle blog main, Seattle top stories, Renton WA


WATCH: Understanding real estate tokenization

What is tokenized real estate? How can cryptocurrency transactions help offset the shifting market? Piper Moretti, founder and CEO of The Crypto Realty Group, gives an overview of how it works and how agents can benefit onstage at Inman Connect New York. 
Tags: Technology, Radio, Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Inman Connect New York, Markets & Economy, Select, ICNY, Piper Moretti, Crypto Realty Group, Inman Connect New York 2019, ICNY 2019, Icny 19, Connect Video, The Crypto Realty Group


Melonport dissolves in favor of its protocol, setting a new bar for the blockchain world

In the world of blockchain, it is the sector of Fintech where most think Satoshi’s invention will have the greatest impact. And in finance there are few more elite worlds that those of asset management. So it’s of some significance that a two-year long project to disrupt and open up this world using blockchain has now come to fruition. Last Friday in Zug — a small provincial Swiss town which has embraced crypto startups — the Melonport startup consciously chose to dissolve itself and release its...
Tags: Startups, TC, Tech, Darth Vader, Council, Ethereum, Fintech, Blockchain, Melon, Satoshi, MTC, Zug, Obi Wan Kenobi, Asset Management, Mona El Isa, Melonport


Moonday Mornings: Google Play caught hosting cryptocurrency-stealing app

If you were to place a bet on what stories would be included in Moonday Mornings each week, what would you say? A dodgy cryptocurrency stealing app? A lawsuit? Maybe some new research that kills some hype? Or maybe even some news of government organizations joining the party? Well, you’d be right if that’s what you guessed. Here ‘s the low-down on what happened last weekend. 1. Google’s Play Store has been caught hosting a malicious app that poses as MetaMask and looks to steal users’ cryptocurr...
Tags: Google, Startups, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, ESET, Hard Fork


Stably Tacks on $1.2M to Reduce Volatility in Digital Currencies

Stably, a Seattle-based startup developing a service it claims can reduce investors’ exposure to volatility in Bitcoin and other digital currencies’ values, on Thursday announced it has raised $1.2 million in new funding to support Stably’s growth.Digital currencies, or cryptocurrencies, have attracted significant investor attention and news coverage in recent years. One reason is more mainstream retailers have begun allowing consumers to purchase goods and services using digital currencies suc...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Digital, Trends, Tech, Vc, Bitcoin, Seattle, Cryptocurrencies, Ethereum, Blockchain, Digital Currencies, Donuts, USDS, National blog main, Seattle blog main


Hypergiant in Space, Celltex & Saudi, Siete Foods’ $90M, & More TX Tech

Let’s catch up on the latest innovation news in Texas.—Aeglea Biotherapeutics, an Austin biotech, raised $60 million in a secondary public stock offering Wednesday, according to a press release. The company is developing drugs to essentially starve cancers to death. In 2016, it raised $50 million in an IPO. In 2017, co-founder David Lowe, who led the company from pre-clinical stage, was replaced by Anthony Quinn as interim CEO. The next year, the company named Quinn as its president and permane...
Tags: Startups, Accelerator, Texas, Minneapolis, Drugs, Big Data, Ipo, Cancer, Funding, Toronto, Trends, Startup, Tech, Atlanta, Investment, Cisco


The plot to revive Mt. Gox and repay victims’ Bitcoin

It was the Lehman Brothers of blockchain. 850,000 Bitcoin disappeared when cryptocurrency exchange Mt. Gox imploded in 2014 after a series of hacks. The incident cemented the industry’s reputation as frighteningly insecure. Now a controversial crypto celebrity named Brock Pierce is trying to get the Mt. Gox flameout’s 24,000 victims their money back and build a new company from the ashes. Pierce spoke to TechCrunch for the first interview about Gox Rising — his plan to reboot the Mt. Gox b...
Tags: Security, Startups, TC, Apps, Japan, Hbo, Lawsuit, Developer, China, US, Tech, Spain, Banking, Bitcoin, Tokyo, Silicon Valley


Jordan Peterson accepts bitcoin after leaving Patreon

Alongside Dave Rubin, Jordan Peterson left Patreon over "free speech" issues to launch their own platform.In the interim, Peterson is accepting bitcoin, which might hint at the "extra features" their platform will include. They point to anti-feminist Youtuber, Sargon of Akkad, as the impetus for leaving Patreon — ironic, considering how often Peterson points to identity politics as a problem. None It's been more than a decade since Satoshi Nakamoto published his/her/their famous white paper tha...
Tags: Gender, Technology, Identity, Finance, America, Bank Of America, Innovation, Kkk, Gender Equality, Nancy, Blockchain, Patreon, Satoshi Nakamoto, Mastercard, Derek, Aoc


The next integration evolution — blockchain

Bilgin Ibryam Contributor Share on Twitter Bilgin Ibryam is a principal architect at Red Hat, committer and member of Apache Software Foundation. He is an open-source evangelist, blogger, occasional speaker and the author of Kubernetes Patterns and Camel Design Patterns. Here is one way to look at distributed ledger technologies (DLT) and blockchain in the context of integration evolution. Over the years, businesses and their...
Tags: TC, Column, Tech, Xml, Intel, Web Services, Ibm, Linux, File-sharing, Blockchain, Linux Foundation, Microservices, SOA, ESB, DLT, Apache Software Foundation


Crypto exchange Kraken acquires Crypto Facilities

Cryptocurrency exchange Kraken just closed its biggest acquisition to date. The company is buying Crypto Facilities in a nine-figure deal. Crypto Facilities is an exchange and index provider regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the U.K. In particular, Crypto Facilities lets you trade futures on multiple cryptocurrency pairs. Following this acquisition, some Kraken users can now access both spot and futures trading. The company also has an OTC service for large orders. Futures are limi...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Tech, Financial Conduct Authority, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Kraken, Crypto Facilities, Coinsetter Cavirtex, Glidera, U S Kraken, EUR Fortune, SEC Kraken


Binance now lets users buy crypto with a credit card

Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange based on trading volume, will now let you spend money you don’t have after it added support for credit cards from Visa and Mastercard. Credit card usage in crypto is controversial. Aside from the risk — ask anyone who bought crypto last year… — top exchanges have gone back and forth on support. Coinbase, for example, stopped allowing credit card purchases a year ago but, when it still allowed them, customers were found to have incurred additiona...
Tags: TC, Note, Money, Washington, Tech, Ceo, Author, Economy, Uganda, Bitcoin, Credit Card, Cryptocurrencies, Coinbase, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, TechCrunch


Investing, Real Estate, In-Game Ads: Sputnik ATX’s Third Accelerator

Austin—Startup accelerator Sputnik ATX has a picked five startup companies for its newest program, the third Sputnik has run. That includes software makers and entrepreneurs focused on investing, commercial real estate, advertising for gaming, and building websites.Founded in 2017, Sputnik ATX runs two programs annually, selecting a group of five startups that are seeking help with product development, mentorship, sales, and more. The accelerator gives each selected startup $100,000 to particip...
Tags: Startups, Accelerator, Texas, Technology, College, Retirement, Finance, Advertising, Employment, Sales, Trends, Startup, Tech, Investment, Website, App


Blockchain-powered RealBlocks secures seed round of $3.1M

RealBlocks, a blockchain-backed platform for real estate fundraising and investment, announced Friday that it has secured seed funding in the amount of $3.1 million., led by Science, Inc.
Tags: Science, Technology, Radio, Venture Capital, TechStars, Blockchain, Seed Funding, Industry News, Inc, News Brief, Barclays Accelerator, Ethereum Blockchain, RealBlocks


Steemit, crypto’s answer to Reddit, gets a new boss to rebuild after widespread layoffs

Steemit, an early blockchain startup that’s developing an alternative to Reddit, has a new chief less than two months after laying off most of its staff as part of cost-cutting measures. Celebrated as an early success story in the crypto world, the company shed 70 percent of its employees back in November on account of the ‘crypto winter’ which has seen the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies plummet by 90 percent or so. Steemit is far from the only blockchain startup forced to...
Tags: Media, Tech, Ceo, Economy, Computing, Reddit, Cryptocurrencies, Blockchains, Ethereum, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Decentralization, Powell, Elizabeth Powell, Joseph Lubin, Steemit


Google’s head of account security has fix for cryptocurrency SIM-swapping

SIM-swapping has plagued cryptocurrency holders for close to a year, and now Google’s head of account security has had enough. He wants to put a stop to it with a clever gadget the size of a flash drive. This new form of identity fraud hinges on tricking telecom staff into rerouting a victim’s telephone number to a SIM card housed in a device under the control of an attacker. Its effect was demonstrated recently when a victim filed a $224 million lawsuit against his cell phone provider, AT&T, al...
Tags: Google, Startups, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, AT T, Hard Fork


Linux Foundation launches Hyperledger Grid to provide framework for supply chain projects

The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Project has a singular focus on the blockchain, but this morning it announced a framework for building supply chain projects where it didn’t want blockchain stealing the show. In fact, the foundation is careful to point out that this project is not specifically about the blockchain, so much as providing the building blocks for a broader view of solving supply chain digitization issues. As it describes in a blog post announcing the project, it is neither an appl...
Tags: Open Source, Enterprise, Supply Chain, Tech, Ibm, Blockchain, Linux Foundation, Distributed Ledger, Hyperledger project, Citizens Reserve, Cargill Intel, Bitwise IO Supply


Citizens Reserve is building a supply chain platform on the blockchain

Citizens Reserve, a Bay Area startup, has a broad goal of digitizing the supply chain. Last fall, the company launched the Alpha version of Suku, a Supply Chain as a Service platform built on the blockchain. Today, it announced a partnership with Smartrac, an RFID tag manufacturer, based in Amsterdam, as a key identity piece for the platform. Companies use RFID to track products from field or factory to market. Eric Piscini, CEO at Citizens says this partnership helps solve a crucial piece of di...
Tags: Startups, Cloud, Enterprise, Supply Chain, Tech, Amsterdam, Citizens, Blockchain, Bay Area, Los Gatos California, SMARTRAC, Citizens Reserve, Eric Piscini


The social layer is ironically key to Bitcoin’s security

A funny thing happened in the second half of 2018. At some moment, all the people active in crypto looked around and realized there weren’t very many of us. The friends we’d convinced during the last holiday season were no longer speaking to us. They had stopped checking their Coinbase accounts. The tide had gone out from the beach. Tokens and blockchains were supposed to change the world; how come nobody was using them? In most cases, still, nobody is using them. In this respect, many crypto pr...
Tags: Security, Tech, Bitcoin, Minecraft, Ethereum, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin Core, Emin Gün Sirer, DAO Ethereum


Sheila Warren Of World Economic Forum: Solving Corruption Problems In Colombia Using Blockchain

Her methodology leverages design-thinking methods to create tools that use blockchain technology to address this challenge.
Tags: Corruption, Technology, Law, Colombia, Blockchain, World Economic Forum, Olga V. Mack, Sheila Warren, Colombia Using Blockchain


Hybrid Cloud, IoT, Blockchain, AI/ML, Containers, and DevOps… Oh My!

When it rains it pours. It seems regarding Enterprise IT technology innovation,  it is common for multiple game-changing innovations to hit the street simultaneously. Yet, if ever the analogy of painting the car while its traveling down the highway is suitable, it’s this time. Certainly, you can take a wait and see approach with regard to adoption, but given the association of these innovations toward greater business agility, you’d run the risk of falling behind your competitors. Let’s take...
Tags: Technology, Blog, Seo, Innovation, Iot, Containers, Devops, Blockchain, Hybrid Cloud, AI/ML, Blockchain AI ML Containers


Crypto mining giant Bitmain is reportedly getting a new CEO as its IPO plan stalls

Bitmain, the Chinese crypto miner maker, looks like it has reached an interesting point in its pathway to going public. There’s been little heard since the company filed to go public in Hong Kong in September, but now it appears that a new CEO has been hired and its two founders are leaving. That’s according to a report from SCMP which — citing two sources — said Wang Haichao, Bitmain’s director of product engineering, has assumed CEO duties following a transition that began in December. Foun...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Money, Finance, China, Ipo, Tech, Ceo, Author, Economy, Bitcoin, Mining, Cryptocurrencies, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Digital Currencies


What to Expect in 2019: Technology Trends

By Rieva Lesonsky Most of us small business owners start the new year with mixed emotions. We’re hopeful and optimistic about growing our businesses, yet with anxious about all the challenges we know we’ll face. To find out what lies ahead, I’ve collected a number of tips, predictions and advice from people in the know. We’ll be exploring general consumer, financial and economic trends, as well as what to expect in the fields of marketing, technology, retail, HR and money. We also have contribut...
Tags: Business, Technology, Gartner, Bill, Blockchain, Manta, Right Now, NTT, Centurylink, NTT Group, Global Marketing, Hot Topics, Rieva Lesonsky, Mimecast, Insureon, Capterra


Thailand issues its first licenses to 4 crypto exchanges

Thailand has joined Japan in regulating crypto exchanges after it issued its first licenses to four applicants. The four that were approved as licensed brokers and dealers of cryptocurrencies in the country are Bx, Bitkub, Coins and Satang Pro. One other exchange — Coin Asset — is under extended review after replacing its management team in a bid to win a license. But two that failed to win a license — Cash2Coins and Southeast Asia Digital Exchange — will shut down this month. They have until Ja...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Singapore, Tech, Thailand, SEC, Vietnam, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Bangkok Post, Southeast Asia Japan, Southeast Asia Digital Exchange, Bitkub, Huboi


Ethereum Classic (ETC) Hit by Double-Spend Attack Worth $1.1 Million

Popular cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has suspended all transactions of Ethereum Classic (ETC)—the original unforked version of the Ethereum network—on their trading platforms, other products and services after detecting a potential attack on the cryptocurrency network that let someone spend the same digital coins twice. Why is this attack concerning? The heist resulted in the loss of $1.1 [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Tech, Hacking News, Cyber Attack, Ethereum, Coinbase, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Swati Khandelwal, Hacker News, Cryptocurrency Exchange, Double Spend Attack, Ethereum Classic, Double Spend Attack Worth


Blockchain? Probably Not.

Most of what you are being told about the future of blockchain in the legal profession is nonsense. Don’t get me wrong. Blockchain is very cool. And I am the furthest thing from a luddite you will find in the legal profession. I’m a part-time LLM student at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law and Department of Computing Science studying the automation of legal reasoning. I’m an ABA Innovation Fellow for 2018/2019, writing open-source software to automate analogy to prior cases. I am an advo...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Law, China, Legal Technology, Aba, Hudson, Blockchain, Manhattan Bridge, Sherwood Park Alberta, Jason Morris, University of Alberta Faculty of Law


How To Innovate Using Blockchain Within The Legal Field And Other Industries?

Let’s learn by working to redesign legal practice and business together.
Tags: Technology, Law, Advice, Blockchain, Olga V. Mack


Can Blockchain Technology Be a Music Industry Savior?

The advent of the internet in 1999 has drastically changed the mode of music production, distribution, and consumption all over the world. Disruptive technology such as the internet, mp3 file format, and so on have reigned supreme for the last decade in the music industry. Record labels have tried frantically to leapfrog the competition in a saturated market with new entrants popping up daily. Now, blockchain is the latest of such disruptive technology with promise to tackle the problem of decli...
Tags: Spotify, Technology, Sales, Kodak, Xerox, Btc, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Imogen Heap, Spotify and Tidal Initially Spotify, Credit Systems


Report: Wall Street Is Getting Cold Feet on Bitcoin as Crypto Crash Continues

The crypto crash has continued, with about $700 billion wiped off the market since its peak at around $800 billion at the start of the year, and leaving a trail of destroyed startups behind it. Bitcoin at one point closed in on the $3,000 price mark, well below both its peak of nearly $20,000 in 2017 and a so-called…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Finance, Wall Street, Bitcoin, Crypto, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain



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