Tag Archives: blockchain

Ethereum Gets Real With It’s New Enterprise Alliance To Bridge Private and Public Blockchains (The Cryptoverse #219)

Tuesday saw Vitalik Buterin introduce Ethereum’s latest venture, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), as the platform gained rare mainstream media praise.

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Storj Blockchain Project Raises $3,000,000 In New Venture Capital Funding (The Cryptoverse #216)

While everyone else is talking about the Bitcoin price reaching an all time high, let’s take a look at the Storj blockchain project. I’ll even show you how I am renting out some of my hard drive space to them.

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Elephant In The Room? Why Ethereum Urgently Needs Next-Gen Apps to Succeed (The Cryptoverse #214)

Ethereum has struggled to see the emergence of practical and widely utilized applications over the past two years, despite its $1.2 bln market cap. Some analysts expect a new wave of decentralized applications to make progress in the upcoming months.

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Hedge Funds Race To Buy Mt Gox Creditor Claims (The Cryptoverse #208)

On Today’s Episode Of The Cryptoverse:
International hedge funds are said to be moving to purchase claims held by customers of failed bitcoin exchange startup Mt Gox.

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Good News, Key Bitcoin Indicator (Volatility) Is Dropping Like A Rock (The Cryptoverse #203)

On Today’s Episode Of The Cryptoverse:
Bitcoin volatility has fallen since 2011 and compared to the U.S. dollar currently sits at about 3-4 times higher than the Japanese yen, British pound, and euro.

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5 Blockchain ICOs For 2017 To Keep An Eye On (The Cryptoverse #201)

On Today’s Episode Of The Cryptoverse:
Cointelegraph’s initial coin offering (ICO) roundup provides a look into some of the more interesting projects slated for funding in 2017.

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The 7 Industries Where Blockchain Technology Is Mostly Badly Needed (The Cryptoverse #200)

On Today’s Episode Of The Cryptoverse:
Born in Satoshi Nakamoto’s mind, blockchain technology allows peer-to-peer networks to be created, without the use of a third-party centralized coordinators. Creating a decentralized digital ledger that records data over time, which cannot be deleted and is publicly available, can change the world we live in as we know it. Here are some of the biggest industries that blockchain technology will disrupt in the coming years.

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What Are The 5 Hottest Blockchain Startups That Adam Draper Has Invested His Money Into? Let’s find out (The Cryptoverse #195)

On Today’s Episode Of The Cryptoverse:
Today we explore 5 startups that Adam Draper has invested in and I give my input and commentary as always.

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Logic Chaos: Why the Music Industry Needs Blockchain Technology ASAP (The Cryptoverse #194)

On Today’s Episode Of The Cryptoverse:
I don’t know about you but I personally felt like a change of pace today. With the Bitcoin price causing a lot of chaos recently, the People’s Bank of China doing their thing and then with the traffic jam that still hasn’t cleared on the Bitcoin network, I wanted a break, at least for a day. So we are going to talk about blockchain technology as it relates to the music industry.

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First Look At ChronoBank ICO, The Uber Of Labour Time And Recruitment (The Cryptoverse #190)

On Today’s Episode Of The Cryptoverse:
The recruitment market model is broken, slowed down by intermediaries and recruiters who in many cases are not adding much value. It is time-consuming and costly for organizations to identify and hire short-term talent. Is it a market ready for disruption?

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