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Ex-Google Chairman Believes ETH Has Massive Potential

The former chairman of Google and billionaire Eric Schmidt is an enthusiast of Bitcoin and blockchain technology. He has now spoken out regarding his opinion on Ethereum, saying that it was a powerful platform whose untapped potential is off the charts. The former chairman of the search engine giant made his comments during a live event with economist Tyler Cowen hosted in San Francisco by Village Global. In the wide-ranging conversation, Schmidt discussed the future of technology, corporate governance reform, Google’s hiring practices and the ‘bifurcation of the internet’ ETH has massive potential When Schmidt was asked on his opinion...

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BitdepositaryChain - The New Blockchain For Crypto Investments

[MALTA, November 7, 2018] Bitdepositary Ltd, the world’s first investment community for safe and secure returns on investments, is pleased to announce that its very own Bitdepositary Blockchain is just a few weeks away from launch. The new blockchain will move away from Ethereum in an effort to accelerate the introduction of its solutions. Bitdepositary will officially launch the Bitdepositary Blockchain Solution in a few weeks. With fast and consistent work, Bitdepositary has built its own hybrid blockchain to serve its customers' needs: some clients require a private chain solution, while others prefer a public blockchain. In this sense, Bitdepositary...

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Bidooh Takes Advantage Of All That Blockchain Has To Offer

Present day digital billboard advertising bookings happen by way of emails, telephone calls and meetings. It’s also the domain of large advertising companies that have the financial clout and the big name that allows them to be first in line in order to book up most if not all of the available advertising space. The industry is slow, open to misreporting, lacks absolute trust, and is an exclusive club for the big hitters. This is an industry ripe for disruption! So how is Bidooh, married to the blockchain, going to do things better in absolutely every department? Speed to market...

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Why US Midterms Should Have Considered Blockchain

Continuing our ‘coverage’ of the US midterms, we want to discuss just how blockchain technology could have been utilised this time round, ready for future elections in the states. Okay, it would have been a huge shock to find out that blockchain technology would be used at this stage in the elective process, however we do believe there are a number of intrinsic benefits to using the blockchain that would have made this sort of move quite appropriate. Sadly though, due to the bad reputation of blockchain technology we don’t believe the American people would agree. Corrupt US elections In...

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Will Regulation Destroy Decentralisation?

In 2009, blockchain technology was first introduced to the world. Along with the invention of Bitcoin, a so-called cryptocurrency which is designed to facilitate an entirely peer-to-peer electronic monetary and payment system. This is the first experiment to transfer digital tokens securely to be used as money between buyers and seller within the Bitcoin network without a need for an official or ‘government-sponsored notarising authority’. A traditional financial system has trusted third parties like banks which are given the tasks to prevent abuse or fraud. In the end, electronic cash is basically just data and so anyone can make themselves...

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