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Plantoids: The First Blockchain-Based Artificial Life Forms
  At a first, superficial glance, a Plantoid is “a welded mechanical sculpture on display in a public space — an aesthetic ornament that exhibits its [...]
Op Ed: Africa Needs More Bitcoin and Blockchain Education
  Africa, the continent with the most countries in the world and 54 currencies could benefit immensely from more digital currency and blockchain [...]
Demonstrating the Possibilities of Bitcoin Through Extreme Sports
  When you think of bitcoin and extreme sports, you may not necessarily put the two together. And yet, for many in the extreme-sports world, the [...]
3 Ways Yours May Allow Users to Monetize Their Content With Bitcoin
  Yours is an upcoming social media application that intends to bridge the gap between content and payments. The system uses bitcoin micropayments [...]
Combining Gold Assets With the Blockchain — and Bitcoin
  News of the recent collaboration between Britain’s Royal Mint and Chicago-based derivatives exchange CME Group has renewed conversations [...]
If You Can’t Trust People, Try a Smart Contract
  Trust is extremely valuable for markets and the economy. In its absence, though, technology might prove to be the next best thing. Doing business [...]
BitSE Launches Blockchain-Based VeChain Platform, Teams Up With PwC
  Shanghai-based Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) company, BitSE, is opening possibilities for every industry with the official launch of VeChain, a [...]
IRS vs Coinbase: Massive Implications for Bitcoin, Digital Currencies
  The recent Internal Revenue Service request to Coinbase, seeking records of customers who purchased virtual currency from 2013 to 2015, has led to a [...]
ChronoBank Attempts to “Untether” the New Currency of Time and Talent
  The free agent workforce comprised of freelancers, temps, creatives and other genres of independent contractors continues to exact a powerful [...]
“Make Something People Want”: How Blockchain Has Become a Fetish
  Desire for an entity that is believed to convey supernatural powers, eliciting a condition of intense excitement. We call this fetishism. An old [...]