DNotes Global, Inc. is excited to announce that the company will be among those featured in the upcoming world-first documentary television series, Blockchain Superstars.
The show is a seven-part series, produced by NLTV — an elite Television studio best known for producing a wide range of Emmy Award winning hit series and high-end television commercials for Fortune 500 companies. NLTV producer Luke Miles said that Blockchain Superstars intends to bring clarity, substance, and education to American living rooms regarding the much-publicized excitement and complexity surrounding blockchain and digital currency.
DNotes Global, Inc. today announced that company CEO Alan Yong has been invited to deliver a keynote speech at the Emerge ICO Summit on October 9 in Austin, Texas, in which he is expected to share his vision for the blockchain and digital currency industry.
The Emerge ICO Summit is being hosted by Ten Capital Group, and will bring together angel investors, venture capitalists, and crypto hedge funds from the Ten ICO Syndicate with cryptocurrency startups and other companies raising ICO funds. The event is billed as an opportunity for blockchain-based startups to interact directly with technology investors.
Members of Congress met this week with more than 50 representatives from the worlds of cryptocurrency, finance, and investment capital at a roundtable discussion in the U.S. capital. The crypto representatives reportedly urged congressional representatives to provide greater regulatory clarity for the industry. The lawmakers have responded to those calls by delivering a letter to SEC Chairman Jay Clayton that urges the agency to clarify how it intends to approach regulation for the cryptocurrency industry.
The distributed ledger system that most people know as the blockchain is a truly ingenious innovation with many positive world-changing implications. It not only enables digital currencies to thrive, but also provides new options for self-empowering digital payments and new ways to maintain time-stamped, immutable record-keeping. Merchants will be able to eventually use digital currencies for 100% of a new generation of debit and credit card transactions, while enjoying the benefit of a completely auditable transaction trail thanks to the blockchain.
Before that vision can become a reality, however, there are many challenges and obstacles that need to be overcome. Fortunately, DNotes Global Inc is committed to identifying those challenges and creating viable solutions that overcome obstacles. DNotes’ Blockchain Integrated Invoicing is one clear example of that commitment.
Capitalism’s distinction from economic ideologies is that anyone can enter a market, leverage their skill set and have an equal chance to climb the ladder based on their performance. A dictator, ruler, or union doesn’t decide how much your work is worth; the free market does. Some proponents of economic ideologies often mislabel free market capitalism as just another ideology, but they couldn’t be more wrong. Free market capitalism means that the economy is devoid of the regulatory environment required to enable groups or individuals to impose their theories on how an economy should be run through regulation, coercion, or force.
One of the things that makes DNotes truly unique in an industry packed with rival digital currencies is the fact that the DNotes currency doesn’t exist within a vacuum. Instead, it exists within an entire ecosystem of products and services designed to support and facilitate its overall mission. The components of that ecosystem were all specifically created to further DNotes’ goal of achieving mass acceptance and adoption, while simultaneously providing invaluable services to the industry and public. Our innovative CRISP offerings are a perfect example of how that works.
As a core component of the DNotes ecosystem, CRISP is strategically linked to that system and was created to help us achieve DNotes’ ultimate objective: becoming an inclusive digital currency in global commerce, for the benefit of everyone. In this article, I will explain how CRISP fits into the DNotes and DNotes Global model in a way that benefits everyone on the network.
“If at first, the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.” – Albert Einstein
In recent years, Initial coin offerings have become a popular way for many blockchain-related projects to obtain needed capital. In fact, 2017 saw ICOs bring in roughly six times as much capital as traditional venture capital funding rounds. And while some observers might have expected that fundraising success to taper off as cryptocurrencies declined in value in 2018, ICOs have continued to attract substantial investment. Unfortunately, that success has also attracted attention from regulators, and calls for greater oversight of the cryptocurrency industry and its fundraising efforts.
Recently, DCEBrief had the opportunity to speak with DNotes Global Inc co-founder and CEO Alan Yong and we asked him to share his thoughts on the current issues surrounding initial coin offerings. Below is the transcript of that conversation.
“If at first, the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.” – Albert Einstein
True to the words of Albert Einstein himself, DNotes global digital currency – a perceived underdog among industry peers – has often received short thrift from naysayers who have yet to formulate a valid argument against the currency. That’s primarily because they haven’t taken the time to fully understand it. After all, DNotes is not just another cryptocurrency, though it is easy to overlook the uniqueness of DNotes’ path because of the sheer massiveness of its scope. DNotes is not just simply targeting niche markets like apps or software, but instead is focused like a laser on becoming the global digital currency of the future
In a recent interview with the Innovation Show, DNotes Global Inc. CEO Alan Yong stressed the important role that trust plays within the digital currency industry. During a discussion that covered a wide range of cryptocurrency-related issues, he addressed everything from digital currency’s original promise to the current state of the industry and the challenges it confronts as it continues to grow and mature.
Finance Ministers representing the member states of the Group of Twenty (G20) gathered in Argentina this last weekend to discuss issues ranging from financial inclusion and the global tax system to the impact of technology on the world’s financial system. The group later issued a communique that downplayed cryptocurrency’s risk to global financial stability and set an October deadline for the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to explain how its standards apply to cryptocurrency assets.
For many years intermediaries have found a way to wedge themselves between consumers and merchants, profiting from both sides and making transactions below a certain dollar value all but impossible. Thanks to the internet, the world we know is changing very rapidly, and increased competitiveness in the payments sector is providing people with options that never existed before. The increased competition from small business and startups is creating the beginning of a fee-slashing snowball effect and putting more money in the pockets of consumers. And as consumers gain access to income that would otherwise be allocated to pay for financial services, businesses will immediately enjoy revenue increases and widening margins as their payment processing fees are all but eliminated overnight. With this extra money at their disposal, they can more effectively for expand the business, provide better products, and ensure that customers get even more value for their dollars.
U.S. Representatives serving on the Subcommittee on Monetary Policy and Trade will be conducting a hearing entitled “The Future of Money: Digital Currency” on Wednesday, July 18, according to a memorandum from the Financial Services Committee. The Committee memo announcing the hearing and scheduled witnesses suggested that testimony is expected to encompass a broad range of crypto-related topics:
DNotes Global Inc Launches Reg. D 506 (c) Funding to Raise $5 million from Accredited Investors in a series of Three Funding Rounds
DNotes Global, Inc. announced on Thursday that its first funding round utilizing Reg. D 506 (c) to raise $5 million from accredited investors is now live. An offering statement has been filed with the SEC and a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) is now available to verified accredited investors. Prospective investors must first be verified through the company’s investor web portal: https://investors.dnotesglobal.com/
A new paper from researchers at Imperial College London suggests that digital currency could become a viable mainstream payment option within the next decade. The eToro-commissioned research concluded that cryptocurrency already serves as a store of value and could quickly achieve mass adoption if it can evolve to also serve as a unit of account and medium of exchange.
DNotes Global, Inc. announced on Friday that an experimental Proof of Concept for its DNotes Pay automated online payment tool is now available for download and testing. The new payment system is a streamlined, simplified, and user-friendly tool that provides automatic payment, confirmation, and delivery of digital products.
DNotes Global Inc. has made a major development breakthrough on the payment services front, announcing the integration of an automated invoicing system with DNotes 2.0. The system promises to revolutionize customer-to-merchant relationships all over the world by allowing them to transact directly with one another without going through a middleman.
When Facebook announced a blanket ban on crypto-related ads back in January 2018, the social media giant promised that the new policy would be revisited once the company improved its efforts to “detect deceptive and misleading advertising practices.” The company announced on Tuesday that it is now ready to once again allow ads for cryptocurrency-related content. Advertisers will need to obtain approval from the company, and certain ads – like those for initial coin offerings – will continue to be banned.
With the rounding out of 2018’s second fiscal quarter quickly approaching, the threat of recession designation is looming over the cryptocurrency industry and investor confidence has been shaken. By definition, recession is a period of economic decline during which trade and industrial activity are reduced, generally identified by a fall in GDP in two successive quarters.
Bitcoin began the first fiscal quarter with a valuation above 13,000 USD and slumped to 6,700 USD at the end of the quarter. Therefore, in order to stave off being labelled a recession going into the third quarter, Bitcoin would have to rebound back over 6,700 USD (not adjusted for inflation). Bitcoin currently sits at 6,200 USD.
DNotes Global Inc today announced the launch of its new lite wallet, Electrum DNotes Wallet. According to information provided on the company’s website, the new lite wallet enables DNotes users to manage their wallet holdings and transactions more quickly and efficiently – and without downloading the DNotes blockchain.
SEC Director of the Division of Corporation Finance William Hinman used a speech on Thursday to offer a fairly detailed assessment of the agency’s standards for determining when a cryptocurrency or ICO can be defined as a security. In his remarks to attendees at the Yahoo All Markets Summit: Crypto Conference, Hinman said that the agency’s assessment depends on the way a coin or token is being sold and what investors expect to get from their purchase.