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Chaos, Hackers Still Rife in Wild West of Exchanges

Cryptocurrencies came with the promise of rock solid cryptography that would make them safe and secure; the immutable ledger of the Blockchain is unhackable, and there is no central authority to be compromised. However, there are still many perils that have been dogging cryptocurrencies, especially

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin: Price Analysis, October 5

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Blockchain: Best Thing For Gaming Since Invention of Internet

If you check out pricing websites like CryptoCompare or CoinMarketcap, you’ll see hundreds of cryptocurrencies. As you may imagine, not all of these are focused on being an alternative currency or payment system. From smart contract platforms like Ethereum to fiat-backed assets like the Tether

OKEx Responds to Bitcoin Theft, Says Exchange is Safe

The news about OKEx accounts being attacked has spread quickly in the last 48 hours and caused heated discussions in China. Consequently, OKEx published an official announcement on Oct. 2. In the announcement, the exchange expresses confidence in its security system, explains the possible causes

Japan Issues Cryptocurrency Exchange Licenses

In stark contrast to its neighbors China and South Korea, who are increasing efforts to ban ICO’s and the trade in digital currencies, The Financial Services Agency (FSA) in Japan approved 11 companies to operate cryptocurrency exchanges in the country. Exchanges are now allowed to operate

Companies Applying Blockchain For Better Loyalty Programs

Customer loyalty and engagement are among the most important metrics for measuring modern retail company’s success. To woo potential customers and reward the long-standing ones for their patronage, almost every successful business nowadays employs loyalty programs of some sort. Statistically, you, dear reader, most probably