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Cleveland, Ohio is on fire.  That’s right, I said it! What an incredible scene for Blockchain.  I have always been curious about mining, but as it’s highly technical, I haven’t really felt comfortable discussing it.  However, everyone wants to know how they can essentially print money with a little machine. I didn’t know the history of Coin Miner, but Jon was kind enough to fill me in.  He also gave me a good overview of options available to the average enthusiast, but also for the more industrial users. Pretty neat stuff, and I hope you agree! Shout out to our friends at the Blockland Cleveland event!

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Jon Demko started his career as a Corp Chef operating an array of restaurants around the Eastern United States. Moving on from there he came to help open MOGS (www.mogs.com) with his current partner Hayden Gill at Coin Miner back in 2004. MOGS was one of the largest supplier of digital assets in the mmorpg gaming world and is still alive and thriving to this day, making it the oldest website still servicing MMORGP customers to date.  After helping open and grow MOGS Jon moved onto the National Food Distribution world with GFS. GFS (Gordon Food Service) is the largest broadline food distributor in the world. Jon spent 10 great successful years at GFS and also seeded and opened Coin MIner with current partner Hayden Gill in late 2012. After moving on from GFS in 2015, Jon accepted a role as Director of New Business for a Global Foodservice Equipment provider until October of 2017 when he as his partner went full force together to grow Coin Miner to Global mining and sales operation it is today.

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  • [ lifted from their website. ]   When We Started Eris Industries, We Asked Two Questions 1) Is it possible to build applications which have the benefits of interconnectedness, but without servers? It is. Distributed applications can perform the same functions of modern web applications by enlisting users to participate in the management and security of these applications’ data. 2) Is it possible to create data-driven interactions which are both autonomous and legally compliant? It is. Data-driven interactions are not exempt from legal norms and procedures, and platforms capable of operating within existing legal frameworks will be profoundly useful to businesses and individuals alike. With Eris Industries’ open-source Distributed Application Software Stack, developers can rapidly design, test, and deploy distributed applications which are as flexible, user-friendly, and legally compliant as they are secure. Think of us as the node.js of peer-to-peer technology. What will you build on the Eris Stack?

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  • This company is basically a full reserved bank that would be fully approved by Murray Rothbard himself. Their metals broker-dealer business is their cash cow today but they are creating a payment network that disintermediates banks and saves their customers money. They have a crypto broker-dealer and storage business as well but as prudent financial advisors the company’s management tries to educate the public about the virtues of gold ownership. The company acts like a fiduciary and seems much more trustworthy than market leaders like coinbase. Expanding into China with a customary 50/50 JV with a local company. Tough to predict the companies FCF going forward but it trades under 2x book value. Let me know what you guys think.

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  •   Weixing Chen and Yang Jun, the two Chinese entrepreneurs are pairing up to launch a blockchain based ride hailing app. However, the plan is to offer different life-style services that include ride hailing and deliveries. Read news here: Blockchain Based Ride Hailing App

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  • As a part of ‘Operation Crypto-Sweep’, the Alabama Securities Commission (ASC) has issued five Cease and Desist Orders to protect Alabamians. The operation is led by NASAA focusing on blockchain startups and ICO projects suspecting violations and fraudulent activities on securities laws. NASAA (North American Securities Administrators Association, the voluntary organization in which ASC is also a member. It is coordinated with ‘Operation Crypto Sweep’. Recently, ASC has taken enforcement actions by issuing five Cease and Desistorders to protect Alabamians. Source of info coinpedia.org

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  • Greetings all. Does anyone use Coinbase for their wallet/trading? If so, are you happy with them?

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