How your printer snitches on you

  Printers and privacy are in a complicated relationship – When you print, scan, or copy a document at home or in the office, it might look like any other document to your eyes. But, unbelievably, data on the page make it possible to track almost every document you’ve ever scanned, printed, or photocopied back to you. 1.Printer logs   All modern printers keep some form of log. Depending on the make and model, the logs can be highly intrusive and even go as far as indefinitely retaining full copies of…

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The Auto Block: Blockchain for Automotive Industry

  The Blockchain technology was featured on Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends list back in 2016. This ingenious trend has gained quite a lot of popularity in the last few years and even though it was initially developed for the digital currency, Bitcoin, it has proven useful in many other areas such as the internet and automation.     In a nutshell, the Blockchain technology makes it possible for information to be recorded and distributed, without being copied. While Blockchain has a lot of other benefits as well, the…

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Investment Platform Giant eToro Expands Into U.S. Market

  U.S. investors able to invest in 10 cryptocurrencies on global platform – New York, NY — May 15, 2018 — With the belief that all assets will be digitized in the future, leading investment platform eToro has announced it will launch a cryptocurrency offering in the United States. The launch will initially enable U.S.-based users to invest in 10 cryptocurrencies, with more to be added throughout 2018. Users will have access to a community feed and tools, letting them engage in conversations about cryptocurrencies and follow the investment strategies of…

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How difficult is it to make an EOT payment?

  EOT payments are easier to make than debit or credit card purchases, and anyone can receive it as all that is required is a wallet application.     Payments are made from a wallet application, either on your computer, laptop or smartphone, by entering the recipient’s address, the payment amount, and pressing send. Some wallets use QR codes to make the exchange of recipients’ addresses easier.     What are the advantages of EOT? You are in control of your own money It is possible to send and receive…

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How to Install your Embedded Vault

Cryptocurrency during the past year has soared to new highs coupled with the need to protect them. Embedded Vault can do just that. Embedded Vault is the world’s most secure cryptocurrency software wallet that can turn your PC into a secure hardware wallet.   Current Requirements for Embedded Vault: Android Smartphone with Fingerprint scanner and Bluetooth Windows PC with Bluetooth       Embedded Vault currently supports popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, EOT Coin, EOT Token, Waves and also provides an exchange between EOT tokens to EOT coins.   The…

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Bitcoin Futures Dancing on the Ceiling at the Super Bowl

Fans at Super Bowl LII, the US NFL championship game played Sunday, Feb. 4 between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, were treated to a television ad from brokerage firm TD Ameritrade that advertised Bitcoin (BTC) futures.     Singer Lionel Richie appeared in the US-based brokerage firm’s ad describing a customer’s ability to trade 24 hours a day, 5 days a week while. The ad, which played immediately after the national anthem, ended with the company’s logo and the phrase, “Bitcoin futures available. Fiesta forever”:    …

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Roadmap – Embedded Vault Turning Your PC into a Secure Hardware Wallet

Cryptocurrency enthusiasts are embracing the launch of the World’s most secure cryptocurrency software wallet.  Embedded Vault, which launched on 1 February 2018, turns your computer into a secure, encrypted hardware device.   Not only will you be able to keep your cryptocurrency safe, you will be able to do so without buying any additional hardware.  The company, Embedded Downloads, refer to the Embedded Vault as a “Game Changer” as more application updates are released.   Watch this short explainer video, and make sure you take advantage of the FREE DOWNLOAD,…

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More Banking Woes For Bitcoin

JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc. all announced a ban on purchases of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on their credit cards.   JPMorgan, enacting the ban Saturday and Bank of America started declining credit card transactions with known crypto exchanges on Friday.   Full story: – https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-02/bofa-to-decline-all-cryptocurrency-transactions-on-credit-cards     This comes after Visa suspended a number of crypto prepaid cards in January without warning and a number of Bitcoin companies including Bitwala announced that their banking services were suspended.   Shortly after that payment processor…

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Embedded Vault Announces 30 Day Free Download

LIMERICK, Ireland, Feb. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — In an effort to grab market share in the highly competitive crypto market, Embedded Downloads announced today that their new premium product is live and a free download will be available for 30 days.   According to the company, the new Embedded Vault is an ultra-secure application with which users can turn an ordinary PC or laptop into a secure cryptocurrency hardware banking device as well as a crypto communicator.   Embedded Vault, the Most Secure Cryptocurrency Software Wallet and Crypto Communicator     The company said…

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What happens to your Bitcoin Hardware Wallet when the Blockchain Explorer goes down?

 With all the news about hacking and lost cryptocurrencies, people are looking for safe alternatives for storing their Bitcoin and other currencies. The “Hot” alternative at the moment is so-called “hardware wallets”, these tend to be a much better alternative than centralised wallets like those on exchanges or provided by popular providers.   It seems though that some Bitcoin owners are confused about where their coins are kept. It is important to understand that your cryptocurrency never leaves the blockchain, so coins are not kept “in a wallet”. What the…

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