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Saturday, July 4, 2020
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Inside FinTank’s Global Blockchain Summit 2018

What's the biggest leap in the acceptance of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency? According to the University of Chicago's Dennis Chookaszian, it's Fidelity's launch of its Digital...
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Crypto in a Bear Market: Highlights from Chicago’s Voice of Blockchain Conference

Even when a bear market shows it teeth, the diehards show up. That's the lesson that Joe Hernandez, organizer of Chicago’s first-ever Voice of Blockchain...
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Blockchain Hits the Funny Pages: ‘B.C.,’ ‘Dilbert’ and ‘Dogs of C-Kennel’

A sign that blockchain tech and bitcoin have gone mainstream might be when they start showing up in the funnies. And in more than...
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Bitcoin Used to Fund Russian Interference in U.S. Election

The U.S. Department of Justice used the word "bitcoin" 28 times in its 29-page indictment against Russian agents who disrupted the 2016 U.S. election. Russian...
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T-Mobile’s Persistent Crypto Hack Problem

The pattern is almost always the same. The victim notices that their cell phone doesn’t have service, or they can’t log into their email. That’s what...
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Michael Novogratz: “I See This Crypto Revolution as Internet 3.0”

"The Internet really did change everything about the way we live," said Michael Novogratz, CEO and founder of Galaxy Digital Capital Management. "I do think in...
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FTC: Consumer Crypto Fraud Could Reach $3 Billion USD by the End of 2018

"This aint our first rodeo," said Andrew Smith, director of the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Bureau of Consumer Protection, on Monday. The FTC held its...
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Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, Says, “The Internet Deserves a Native Currency”

"The internet deserves a native currency...I don't know if it's #bitcoin or not. I hope it will be," said Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter...
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Consensus Day 2: Quotes and Quips from the Convention

Day 2 of Consensus 2018 was wall-to-wall panels, with too many break-out sessions and booths to visit as 8,500 attendees waved their badges through...