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  •  Matt Powers

    Should a new altcoin protocol allow for transaction reversibility?

    It appears to me that one of the biggest drawbacks to the current model of cryptocurrencies is the lack of reversibility in transactions. Historically, third parties such as banks have enabled transactions to be reversed, such as refunds or guaranteeing purchases. I think that if cryptocurrencies want to avoid third parties as much as possible, they should adopt a method for reversing transactions for the purpose of dispute resolution. Thoughts?

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  •  Diana Dsouza

    Trending Cryptocurrency Exchanges News- Coinpedia

    Keyport Applications Accepts Encrypted Messages Built on BCH Blockchain The Keyport application, a platform that utilizes the OP_Codes of BCH network enables to send and accept encrypted messages. It is built on BCH Blockchain and Toku Protocol which encrypts the message and fix in OP_Return of a transaction. Read more here: Keyport Applications Accepts Encrypted Messages Built on BCH Blockchain Hitbtc Crypto Exchange suspended Services in Japan Due to unauthorize financial regulatory, Hitbtc has suspended its services in Japan. The citizens with Japanese IP addresses were asked to provide their residency details within exchange’s KYC process to prove they are not resident of Japan. Read more here: Hitbtc Crypto Exchange suspended Services in Japan Huobi Crypto Exchange to Team up with Newmargin Capital and Kiwoom Securities Singapore based crypto exchange; Huobi has revealed its new partnership to create a blockchain startup investment fund in China and South Korea. Recently, Huobi has announced cryptocurrency exchange traded fund offerings. Read more here: Huobi to Team up with Newmargin Capital and Kiwoom Securities Bittrex Gets Bank Approval to Help Clients Buy Bitcoin with Dollars Bittrex, the Seattle-based crypto exchange has signed an agreement with Signature Bank in New York, on Thursday 31st, 2018. The firm will directly allow customers to trade digital currencies using US dollars. Read more here: Bittrex Gets Bank Approval to Help Clients Buy Bitcoin with Dollars   

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  •  patriz

    Black Market

    Hi Justin Please can you share the article “Only the Black Market Matters” I cannot find it and need it for research.

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  •  Anonymous

    ETH over 10 USD

    And we thought we were excited when ETH was 2.00 USD per ETH. 10 USD and up! Market cap is larger than all other crypto-currencies combined (minus BTC). Wouldn’t be surprised to see some pullback for a bit while short term traders take profits. https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ethereum/ https://coinmarketcap.com/      

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  •  Andrew Lepkowski

    Prepping for technological unemployment

    How will people generate income and/or put food on the table as A.I. and automation continue to become more capable, self-learning, and cheaper? Eventually humans will be “unemployable”, much like horses are “unemployable” today, except for narrow novelty purposes (entertainment, sport, horse drawn carriages, etc.). How do we prep for technological unemployment?

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Is a government controlled monetary and financial system inevitable? Justin Ranvier argues that it isn’t — he says Bitcoin and Open Transactions are the future of accounting, that fiat money and central banks are relics of the past, and that digital currencies are truly the future. Join Justus to learn more about Open Transactions and our technological future Tuesday, July 15th at 9pm EDT.

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