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George Soros Reconsiders Cryptocurrencies
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George Soros Reconsiders Cryptocurrencies?
 The billionaire George Soros apparently has an interest in trading cryptocurrencies, despite calling bitcoin a ‘bubble’ a few months ago. On January 2018, George Soros had a hard time believing in the future of cryptocurrencies and has badmouthed Bitcoin calling it not a currency. “Cryptocurrency is a misnomer and it’s a typical bubble which is always based on some kind of misunderstanding. Bitcoin is not a currency, because a currency…
Cryptocurrency Future Looks Positive Without Social Media
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Cryptocurrency Future Looks Positive Without Social Media
 Social media giants like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and even Google have banned cryptocurrency advertisements. These announcements might have affected the cryptocurrency market from January to March 2018, but there are plenty of reasons why cryptocurrency has a potential, allowing it flourish. There were a number of reasons why social media banned cryptocurrency advertisements. Facebook, for example, was quoted to ban advertisements that were “frequently associated with misleading or deceptive practices.”…
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Foxconn Teams Up With Sirin Labs to Make World‘s First Blockchain Phone
 Swiss-Israeli tech firm Sirin Labs reported to have teamed up with FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer Foxconn. The two companies will cooperate on producing Finney – a blockchain smartphone, which will have features such as app store for distributed apps, secure storage for crypto wallet keys and simple conversion between tokens. Finney will be able to work without using exchanges to convert digital currencies. It…
Sinochem Has Completed the First Commodity Trade Entirely Powered By Blockchain
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Sinochem Has Completed the First Commodity Trade Entirely Powered By Blockchain
 It seems that blockchain technology is breaching new industries on a constant basis and this week is not an exception. Chinese petrochemical giant Sinochem, a subsidiary of Sinochem Corporation, which is one of China‘s four major state-owned companies, has completed a gasoline shipment from China to Singapore, using entirely blockchain technology. Xinhua, the official news agency of China, reported that the trial shipment has successfully travelled from Quanzhou to Singapore…