Hosho Introduces HoshoCon Blockchain Security Conference

  Industry experts will come together to share best security practices for decentralized platforms   Las Vegas, Nevada, June 25, 2018 – Hosho Group, a global leader in blockchain security, announces its inaugural blockchain security event, HoshoCon, to be held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, October 9 through 11, 2018. The first-of-its-kind conference will focus on a range of curated topics related to blockchain security as well as key topics related to security, including regulation and subsequent legal implications as well as institutional and custodial…

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Smart Contracts: The bright future has arrived.

  Nowadays you won’t surprise anybody by bringing up cryptocurrency during your lunch break. Today is just the right day to begin developing daily habits in order to take advantage of all of the amazing possibilities of blockchain. Just think of a situation in which a person goes through the inheritance procedure. You might have seen that many times on TV, and we hope that you haven’t actually experienced it yet.     Well, going back to the situation, depending on the laws in your country, it will still take…

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What is Oracle and why it is so important?

Since Oracle is the only way for smart contracts to interact with data outside of the Blockchain environment, it performs core functions and plays an indispensable role in cryptocurrency and Blockchain industry. Generally speaking, Oracle is a third-party agent that finds and verifies real-world occurrences and submits this information to a blockchain to be used by smart contracts.     The Oracle might be considered as a data feed specially designed for use in smart contracts. It provides the necessary data to trigger smart contracts to execute when the original…

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The First Hotel Asset-backed ICO Cryptocurrency launching soon

In a recent interview on CNBC with Kevin O’Leary from Shark Tank fame, he said is involved in a deal to allow a “very prestigious brand hotel” in New York sell ownership in the company.  This will be done using a $400 million cryptocurrency offering instead of a stock IPO.     O’Leary could not reveal the name of the hotel yet because of a nondisclosure agreement, however, all will be revealed soon.   “Instead of a stock, a share, it’s a coin. With a smart contract approved by the…

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