crypto

As many of you know, several million Ether were stolen from The DAO in 2016, precipitating an Ethereum fork to restore users’ funds. Some then-members of the Ethereum community opposed the fork, citing immutability and the concept that “code is law.” Various dissidents ultimately rejected the change and established Ethereum Classic (it’sRead More →

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The U.S. State of Wyoming is quickly becoming the hotbed for cryptocurrency regulation in the country, with lawmakers now proposing two more bills for legislation, this time focused on legitimizing cryptocurrencies as an asset class. The bill, SF0125, recognizes “property rights in the direct ownership of digital assets.”  Wyoming has beenRead More →

cryptocurrency

Data protection involves different elements of life. Some examples include credit cards, bank accounts, ID cards, passports, and social media accounts. Unfortunately, the last several years have revealed that many institutions simply don’t have the capability to protect our valuable information from nefarious agents.  While financial and identity information is very valuable, itRead More →

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Yosemite X, a blockchain technology company, has announced the release of its open source public blockchain that operates without a native cryptocurrency, giving developers and businesses the ability to build solutions and reduce costs, without the price volatility of crypto. This approach enables companies to reap the benefits of blockchain –Read More →