E-commerce Giant Bans Crypto After PayPal Investment
Mar18

E-commerce Giant Bans Crypto After PayPal Investment

Latin America’s largest e-commerce giant Mercado Libre will end more than 20,000 crypto ads from March 19 after banning cryptocurrency on its platform, according to a report from the daily hodl.

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Starbucks Reportedly Preparing To Accept Payments Through Bakkt
Mar05

Starbucks Reportedly Preparing To Accept Payments Through Bakkt

It has been suggested that coffee giant Starbucks could soon begin accepting Bitcoin payments from its U.S. customers after reportedly planning to support payment software under development by soon-to-launch cryptocurrency trading platform Bakkt, according to a March 4. report by The Block.

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Cryptopia Exchange Set To Reopen Tuesday March 5 After Slight Launch Delay
Mar04

Cryptopia Exchange Set To Reopen Tuesday March 5 After Slight Launch Delay

Recently hacked cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia has cited a slight delay to its plans to reopen its trading platform Monday, and has set a new launch target for Tuesday March 5.

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South Australian Government to Use Blockchain for Official Election
Feb22

South Australian Government to Use Blockchain for Official Election

The South Australian Government will conduct the country’s first official election using a blockchain voting system, according to a report by Micky News.

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Op-Ed: Blockchain Businesses Won’t Prevent Monopolies or Democratize Wealth
Feb21

Op-Ed: Blockchain Businesses Won’t Prevent Monopolies or Democratize Wealth

Since the beginning of the Initial Coin Offering (ICO) trend, blockchain-based decentralized financing models have been praised by many mainstream commentators for their clear advantages over traditional fundraising models. For entrepreneurs and project visionaries, the allure was the ability to quickly raise money globally, while everyday people became able to invest in lucrative early-stage projects that the traditional system would not allow them access to and were able to sell their investment much sooner than if they had to wait five or more years for their shares to be traded publicly.

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