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Star rating system used by Apple and Amazon highlights weaknesses
So says the Centre for Evidence Based Blockchain, no less!
The authors argue that once assets become traceable through blockchain systems, collateral reuse will mobilise money velocity again.
Where to begin eh?
The “controversies” section of Brad Garlinghouse’s entry recently disappeared.
The start-up is still trying to find compelling uses for the blockchain technology underpinning its XRP currency
Desperate times call for selling premium reports via articles that tell people to “invest” in Tether.
Computershare wants 2-year delay in implementation because it says project to overhaul critical systems lacks clarity
We could be on the cusp of the biggest revolution in the way money is accounted for since the 17th century.
Dominant platforms such as Airbnb and Uber are looking ripe for an upset by the ‘DAO’
We really didn’t think we’d have to spell this out, but if we must...
Bitcoin plunges to as low as $3867, bringing down all other major cryptocurrencies with it.
Canaan Creative, the Chinese firm with a... creative approach to securities laws.
Put a ring on it.
Keep your kids away from their screens, folks; it’s dangerously disruptive out there.
Because what they really need, after all, is a token “safe harbour period”.
And the word shouldn’t be halvening (nor even halving, though that would be preferable). It should be tapering.
But what happened to all the blockchain adventures?
“Following the 2018 enforcement wave, blockchain litigation returned to its previous upward trajectory in 2019.”
How good does the distributed dream-ledger taste?
Investors back projects aiming to ‘decentralise finance’ and offer direct loans and derivatives
Blythe Masters joins $473m private equity fund.
(Clue: it’s something about the blocks. And the chains.)
Deutsche’s fuzzy concept of cryptocurrency leads to silly prediction.
Attention future PMs and kings: the Blockingdon Club awaits you.