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Blockchain, the distributed ledger technology that enables major players in the FinTech world such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, is spreading quickly beyond its roots in finance.For example, Chainy is a link shortening website, like its predecessor Bitly, that...
In recent years, websites that allow anyone to teach a skill have grown in popularity. Before that, online universities and free class offerings opened the world of higher education to a much broader audience. But these aren’t the only...
Ethereum is a major player in the blockchain scene that was once fully dominated by Bitcoin. However, the Ethereum network is being used for more than its cryptocurrency capabilities. Because records are stored by all of the users in...
Berlin, the German capital best known for Checkpoint Charlie, is nine times the size of Paris and steeped in history. It has inhabitants from all over the world, and the economy is driven by high-tech companies that can be...
Singapore is a happy, young city-state with sunflowers in their airport, a diverse, rich culture, and a slew of companies with a penchant for technological disruption. The streets of Singapore feature companies using tech such as machine learning, blockchain,...
 With Bitcoin prices have been rising throughout the beginning of 2017, and are at $1194.25 at the time of this writing. Pair that with newer cryptocurrencies such as Ether along with an increasing acceptance of blockchain tech as well...
Everyone wants to feel like the things we care about most are protected, but the changing landscape of insurance technology is altering the way we do it. Even Google has jumped on the trend of investing in insurtech, according...
In the US, many states have now legalized marijuana for either medical or recreational purposes. Because of these legal changes, a huge boom in the cannabis industry has led to some amazing startups with creative and innovative ideas.The cannabis...
Blockchain is the peer-to-peer technology behind major cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum (eth). However, the distributed ledger concept is applicable to a diverse industries from gaming to healthcare to energy and beyond, even if it is most widely known...
Earlier today, an article by Richard Chirgwin on The Register brought back to light a nasty attack vector that can be exploited to intercept and manipulate traffic related to Bitcoin and its network, called a “routing attack.” Various attack methods...

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