ICOs — Why they work and What to watch out for?

It wasn’t very long ago that Bitcoin and other similar crypto-currencies disrupted the financial ecosystem. It surpassed the US Dollar, other fiat currencies and even gold. Pretty soon it earned the title of “digital gold” and broad the fame, and infamy, that would inevitably come with such a moniker. Similarly, other crypto-currencies like Ethereum tripled in value and Ripple skyrocketed. The whole ecosystem of crypto-currencies exploded with their total market capitalization rocketing past $100 billion, as this

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Why blockchain doesn’t work for Banks?

Blockchain has been a major topic of discussion and media coverage in the last few years. It has been over-estimated as the magical wand that can solve all technical problems and build trust by default. This blog attempts to explain why Blockchain is not the solution to most use cases being tried around. Blockchain Background Bitcoin is driven by underlying technology called Blockchain that helps build trust among people, while creating and transferring unique value

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Where can you spend your Bitcoins, Legally

BITCOIN — Acceptance around the world As humans evolve the future where automation and robots replace and / or compliment all professionals, including cab drivers, doctors, engineers, and even sex workers; some version of crypto-currency for the micro-payments shall enable several new age business models. The first version of crypto-currency, Bitcoin was introduced in 2008, for one major reason — to get away from a centralized system where financial institutions, state and regulators were not trusted. Remember, the first whitepaper

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HashCove Annual Newsletter

Try Our Demo Hashcove 2016 Annual Newsletter Download Facebook Twitter Linkedin Youtube Navigation Hashcove Exchange Crypto Custody Solutions Smart Contacts About Blog Support Contact Us Privacy Policy Newsletter

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Why are Banks using Blockchain?

The B words — Bitcoin, Blockchain and the BANKS Background — Bitcoin Overview Bitcoin concept was introduced in 2008, for one major reason — To get away from a centralized system where financial institutions, state and regulators were not trusted. Remember, the first whitepaper on Bitcoin appeared in November 2008, after the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy in Sep 2008, and several other financial institutions did not honor their commitments. Bitcoin has been a major disruption of the 21stcentury. Who would have imagined in

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