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A report from #Genesis #Mining shows that just 50% of #Bitcoiners think the #price of #Bitcoin will go up in the next three months. #Rakamoto #WednesdayThoughts #Blockchain #Crypto #Bitcoin #Digital #Money #Coins #Dollar #Banks…

A report from #Genesis #Mining shows that just 50% of #Bitcoiners think the #price of #Bitcoin will go up in the next three months. https://t.co/9SOKtLNMfV#Rakamoto #WednesdayThoughts #Blockchain #Crypto #Bitcoin #Digital #Money #Coins #Dollar #Banks — Blockchain News (@Rakamoto) April 8, 2020 Source by Blockchain News

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Blockchain Bites: China’s Commitment, Sanctions Evasion and a Look at Bitcoin’s Core

Experts are aligned in thinking the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is using a billion-dollar cryptocurrency war chest to bust sanctions. The pieces of the puzzle are falling into place, said Priscilla Moriuchi, head of nation-state research at Recorded Future, regarding the Hermit Kingdom’s crypto-funded, trade-based, money-laundering networks. While the complete picture is still obscure,…

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World Economic Forum Looks to Blockchain for Supply Chain Woes

The World Economic Forum (WEF) said Monday that blockchain and digitization can help supply chains survive crises like COVID-19. In a co-written blog post by WEF’s Head of Digital Trade Ziyang Fan and Rebecca Liao, executive vice president of blockchain enterprise firm Skuchain, the authors said this pandemic has forced many companies to grapple with…

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Blockchain Bites: Major Crypto Players Sued, Steem Froze Accounts and More

At least 10 class-action lawsuits were filed against major crypto firms and personalities accusing them of offering unregistered securities. The thread tying it all together? The lawsuits were filed by the same boutique law firm – Roche Cyrulnik Freedman – heading up another high profile case involving bitcoin’s (BTC) self-defined creator and antagonist Craig S.…

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WEF Explains How Blockchain Can Help Calm Global Supply Chain Chaos

As the COVID-19 pandemic brings major economies to their heel under lockdown, there is mounting concern that the global trade and supply chain system could buckle within weeks.  Collapsed supply and demand, transport frictions, labor shortages and, in some cases, early signs of protectionism, are making it increasingly tough for suppliers to keep goods and…

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Blockchain App Used to Track COVID-19 Cases in Latin America

A Canada-based company is turning to blockchain technology in their efforts to fight the coronavirus pandemic in Latin America. Emerge, a blockchain startup based in Toronto, is launching a public safety system app called Civitas to assist local authorities in many nations. According to a company blog post, the app was designed “to improve safety…

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Blockchain Provides Trusted Data to Counter Spread of Coronavirus

With each passing day, new data regarding the coronavirus pandemic is being brought to the public’s attention. From the number of cases in various regions to ever-changing safety procedures like wearing masks in public, COVID-19 data is clearly present, yet remains inconsistent. While a lack of accurate information may be frustrating on a personal level,…

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Quarantined Gamers Are Straining Microsoft Azure-based Blockchain Platform

Microsoft has acknowledged that the quarantined gamers are putting a strain on its Azure cloud platform which is a backbone of the company’s Blockchain As a Service (BaaS) offering. In the SEC filing, Microsoft addresses the impact of “the global health pandemic” on its Azure cloud services. The company admits that in certain regions “deployments…

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Blockchain Experts Weigh in on Russia’s Controversial Coronavirus Tracking App

Experts suggest that blockchain technology could have been a better solution for handling coronavirus-related data in Russia. Moscow’s COVID-19 App is pulled from Google Play On March 25, an app called “Social monitoring” appeared in Google Play store. According to the app’s description, it was designed for social monitoring as well as for providing access…

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