The World’s Largest Bitcoin ATM Network, Coinsource Nears 200 Machines with Latest Installment in the Nation’s Capital

While Capitol Hill takes a closer look at this emerging asset class, Coinsource enters the D.C. market. Washington, D.C. – April 12, 2018 – Coinsource, the world’s largest Bitcoin ATM network, today announced its first expansion into the Nation’s capital. Coinsource will install 20 machines across the District of Columbia and Maryland after receiving significant demand from Bitcoin users and local merchants. This installation caps off a successful first quarter for the company after launching 10 machines in Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts in early February. Additionally, Coinsource introduced eight…

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IDACB officially launches ICO Advisory Board program to support ICO Projects

IDACB ICO Advisory Board is made to help ICO teams establish genuinely working projects, reveal a competent and legitimate approach for ICO procedure itself and aid these projects after the assets are raised.     Any project verified by IDACB will obtain access to top level specialists in great variety of industries: from tokenomics and law to basic industry, medicine or artificial intelligence. That is to say, in any of its project the Association assembles only best advisors from across the globe to integrate the advanced practices and specialists’ rich…

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The Cryptolife of the Winklevoss twins

According to the New York Times, the Winklvii owns 1% of all Bitcoin in existence.   It all started with Facebook…   Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are twin brothers also known as the Winklevii and they became well known after suing Mark Zuckerberg, claiming he stole their ConnectU idea to create the popular social networking site Facebook. They ultimately received $65 million from the suit.   Bitcoin   It appears that the twins started accumulating Bitcoin in 2013 and they claim that they own 1% of all Bitcoins in existence. …

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Cryptocurrency Exchanges demand up to $3 million to list ICO tokens

Cryptocurrency exchanges are sitting in the “pound seats” so to say as they are now charging huge listing fees to ICO’s. According to a report by Bitcoin.com and Autonomous,  to list an ICO on well-known cryptocurrency exchanges can cost anywhere between $1 – $3 million.  With these astronomical listing fees, ICO’s could be over funding their projects just to cover these costs.   Interestingly to note, the fee on the Nasdaq Capital Market for a listing of up to 15 million shares costs $55,000, substantially lower than the charges touted…

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Facebook relaxes Advertising Rules for Trump WALL ICO

Facebook announced earlier today that it would relax its advertising rules for the Trump Wall ICO announced by President Donald Trump earlier this morning.   The announcement was made by wall builder extraordinaire, Mark Zuckerberg – who build a massive 6 Foot $100 Million dollar wall around his Estate in Hawaii.   It is clear that no-one unwanted should venture the home of the Facebook founder     As we and 50 Million other users know, Facebook likes to keep things private!   Google and Twitter have not responded yet…

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Invacio Artificial Intelligence Platform launches ICO to Build the Future Today

LONDON, ENGLAND — Internationally-renowned Artificial Intelligence platform, Invacio recently announced that they started their Initial Coin Offering last 12th March 2018.     After successfully launching the pre-sale last month, Invacio started its ICO. It is currently on its main phase and it will end on 14th May 2018. The minimum purchase amount is 34 INV coins per order and participants have the option to pay in both fiat and cryptocurrency.   The tokens/coins can be used as payment for, or to attract a discount against, fees within Invacio’s divisions…

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Will there be SEC approved Bitcoin ETF’s soon?

Exchange Traded Funds, also known as ETF’s, have made headlines in the past couple of years.  The prospect of cryptocurrency ETF’s listed on stock exchanges first started with Gemini and the Winklevoss twins.  The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust was the first Bitcoin ETF to be filed with the SEC – Securities and Exchange Commission in 2013.  In early 2014, the Bitcoin Investment Trust announced plans to release an over-the-counter Bitcoin ETF.     Unfortunately, the SEC denied a request to list an ETF from investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, owners of…

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What are the Bitcoin Tax guidelines?

Many Governments are concerned that they are missing out on tax revenues from cryptocurrency enthusiasts, the USA in particular.     It has been reported by Reuters that less than 100 people out of the 250,000 individuals who have already filed federal taxes this year through company Credit Karma reported a cryptocurrency transaction to U.S. tax authorities.      In an attempt to gain the taxes due to them, popular Cryptocurrency Exchange, Coinbase, has been ordered to send more than 13K client details to the IRS. Read more – Click…

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What is EOT mining?

One of the most fascinating things about EOT and cryptocurrency is the concept of mining.     When most people think of mining, we envisage men in hard hats going underground and digging up gold. EOT mining is a bit different but it does involve work. In this case the work involved is solving a complicated algorithm or mathematical puzzle.     Let’s take one step back. When an EOT transaction is initiated, this transaction needs to be confirmed as true and then needs to be added to the EOT…

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What is the EOT Blockchain?

The EOT Blockchain is an immutable record of all EOT transactions, stored on a network of computers thus creating a distributed ledger of all transactions.     How Does the EOT Blockchain Work? When EOT started a first version of the record in the ledger was created and stored in what is block 1 or otherwise known as the Genesis block.   All information on the blockchain are stored in files which are encrypted, in the world of cryptocurrency, these files are known as wallets.   Every file/wallet has an…

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