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Cryptocurrency Conferences Are Still Developing Despite Economic Recession in this Industry

Cryptocurrencies price has dramatically lowered in the last year, and the public’s attention to this area has been decreasing in recent months. Yet, according to the recent data, the conferences on cryptocurrency and Blockchain have not continuously declined during the last six months in 2018.

 

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Deconstruction of Decentralized Exchanges

The architectural structure of decentralized exchanges and the performance, as well as security tradeoffs related to different architectural choices, are delineated in the present article. Decentralized exchanges are critical in the process of cryptocurrencies transactions. By “decentralized exchange” we mean distributed ledger protocols and applications to transact cryptocurrencies without the requirement of any trusted centralized entity as an intermediary.

 

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Sustaining Bitmain Founders’ Decision-Making Power in the Alternate Executive Board

According to Hong Kong-based English-language news outlet South China Morning Post, SCMP, which was published on January 10, Jihan Wu and Micree Zhan Ketuan, Chinese Bitmain mining giant co-founders will be ousted from their position as the CEOs of this mining company; however, they will lead its vital decisions.

 

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ESCOBAR, A Crypto Innovation to Fault U.S. President Policies

Since being elected as the U.S. president in June 2015, Donald Trump has frequently forced Mexico to pay for building a wall at the southern U.S. border despite being understood that this plan isn't going to be practical. President Trump claims that about 90% of Americans lose the opportunity of having a healthy and prosperous lifestyle due to drug trafficking observed in the southern borders of the U.S. This allegation is supposedly the most critical reason for him to insist on constructing a wall along the U.S and Mexico borders.

 

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You can’t get discovered in the audience...

The hardest part of being human in the workplace is other humans. These modern day open office plans are like the worst cliques of middle school combined with library rules. Leaving you no more likely to casually collide in a brilliant beautiful mind’s meeting of the minds with a colleague than you are to share a toothbrush with those Doritos and canned sardines eating mutherfuckers. But I digress.

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cryptocurrencies are as old as favors

I owe Jack Shaw a favor. It’s one of those, “This one time in Cambodia...” type of favors. We won’t speak of it beyond perhaps a nod and wink. It’s not written down anywhere; the details of such are so vague as to be almost non existent, while encompassing the known universe

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U.S. Department of Energy Grants $8 Million Budget for Technology Research Including Blockchain...

According to a report published on January 7, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that it has invested $4.8 million for academic research of technologies such as Blockchain (a distributed, encrypted, and secure database). The DOE fossil energy office announced this investment.

 

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Maltese Financial Parliament Rejected Opposition Leader’s Claims on Inactivity in Cryptocurrency Market

Adrian Delia, the Maltese government opposition leader, was met with the harsh response following his criticism of the way the government supports cryptocurrencies (a kind of encrypted currency which is also called electronic money). His views were published in The Malta Independent, a Maltese national news outlet, on January 6, 2019.

 

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