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  1. Cryptocurrency Education Week As part of Financial Literacy Month in the United States, DNotesEDU will be hosting Cryptocurrency Education Week from April 8th - 14th, 2018. The goal is to raise awareness of the need for free, accurate, and unbiased introductory educational material on cryptocurrency. To achieve mainsteam adoption there needs to be a strong focus on investor protection, and while cryptocurrency education is the key to accomplishing this, it is also a favorite bait of fraudsters and their schemes. Quality educational material is honest about the risks involved, and does not make specific coin or token recommendations. There is no reference to anything that sounds like guaranteed high returns, earn $millions, hot tips, secrets that you have to pay for, or any other too-good-to-be-true claims. Educational material should be inclusive and empowering - it should teach you how to make decisions for yourself. Contests and giveaways During the week, we will be giving away DNotes digital currency to random lucky winners that have been sharing DNotesEDU cryptocurrency educational material on social media. Make sure your posts contain #CryptocurrencyEducationWeek @DNotesEDU so we can find you when searching. Keep an eye out for additional contests and random, instant giveaways held throughout the week that will be announced on Facebook and Twitter. At the end of the week, every eligible post has a chance to win a Grand Prize Draw of 5,000 DNotes, plus numerous runner-up prizes! #CryptocurrencyEducationWeek @DNotesEDU - Posts to share Share this Cryptocurrency Education Week announcement post and any/or all of the following: Financial Literacy Needs to Include Knowledge on Cryptocurrency If Cryptocurrency Confuses You... Start Here Cryptocurrency and ICO Screening Guide for Investors Why Coin Age Matters in Cryptocurrency 10 Reasons to do Your Homework Before Investing in ICOs Risk Reduction Strategies in Cryptocurrency Investing: Part 1 - Education Risk Reduction Strategies in Cryptocurrency: Part 2 - Research Risk Reduction Strategies in Cryptocurrency: Part 3 - Diversification Risk Reduction Strategies in Cryptocurrency: Part 4 - Dollar Cost Averaging Risk Reduction Strategies in Cryptocurrency: Part 5 - Security Precautions Cryptocurrency Regulation Other cryptocurrency educational material from the Digital Currency modules or blog You can share as many times as you like, but it must be DNotesEDU cryptocurrency educational material only. Make sure all posts contain both #CryptocurrencyEducationWeek and @DNotesEDU Promotion of any coins or tokens is NOT allowed in the posts. Good Luck! https://dnotesedu.com/2018/04/cryptocurrency-education-week/
  2. Why Coin Age Matters in Cryptocurrency When most people hear about the 1600 cryptocurrencies and ICO tokens listed on CoinMarketCap, they assume that number includes every one ever launched. This assumption may come after they scroll down to the end and notice hundreds that have no marketcap and/or no volume. The bottom of the list is often referred to the graveyard – a place where abandoned coins go to die. The real graveyard however, is wherever they go after they are removed from the listing. At least while they are on CoinMarketcap, for better or (usually) worse, there is a marker of their demise. CoinMarketCap routinely removes coins from their site that are no longer active or have no exchange to trade on. A list of 1250+ cryptocurrencies launched to date was compiled by CryptoDatabase in March 2015, and posted on Bitcointalk [1]. However, according to this Historical Snapshot on CoinMarketcap, they had only 525 currencies listed on March 22, 2015. Delisted coins could account for some of this difference, but there are likely other factors such as those that never met the criteria to get listed in the first place. A more current complete listing is provided by Coinranking[2], showing there has been at least 3,073 coins launched. The last 32 pages are dead coins with a marketcap of $0. It still doesn’t include every coin that has been released or at least attempted to do so. There is a long list of shady projects where the funds raised disappeared early enough that they may not be listed anywhere. Bitcointalk is littered with eager-beaver attempts to start a new cryptocurrency that never make it past a few posts or pages. Adding to the list, are many of the close to 2100 Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) listed on TokenData[3] that don’t appear on Coinranking and/or CoinMarketcap. The TokenData list includes 500 that are planned or currently underway, which wouldn’t show up on listings that use exchange data. Regardless of their status, the outlook is grim for any chance of long term success. A study done by Bitcoin.com released in February 2018, revealed that 46% of ICOs launched in 2017 had already failed.[4] A recent study completed by Satis Group that uses quality as the metric to classify ICOs, concluded that 81% were scams, 6% had failed, and 5% were dead.[5] What is the point of this trip down memory lane? The information above reveals just how short the lifespan can be of most cryptocurrencies and ICOs. It’s difficult to tell exactly how many of these projects have been started, but the number is looking like it may be closer to 5,000. While some of them never made it to an exchange or caused financial losses, they wasted valuable time that could have been spent working on something worthwhile. New coins and tokens carry an extreme amount of risk, and it seems as though it is only the gamblers, speculators, and fraudsters that pitch them, pump them, and dump them, that are enjoying any of the rewards. Reputation must be earned, and it takes time to prove yourself. As an investor, it would be wise to check out the cryptocurrencies that have been around for a few years and find out why they’re still alive when so many others have failed. Is it the team? If a project is going to reach mainstream adoption, it needs a mature dedicated team that is in it for the long haul. Jumping from one flashy-tech project to the next, shows neither dedication or maturity. Measuring the quality of the team isn’t about how many cryptocurrencies or tokens they have worked on, it’s about the one they made work. What have they actually accomplished? Forget the promises – does the list of all development to date, products, revenue generating properties, partnerships, and anything else that gives the coin or token real value, justify the marketcap? Those that have a huge marketcap have obviously been heavily promoted and made all their news public, or could simply be caught up in speculative hype – but what about the others? If they are actively working and have accomplishments to show for it, but don’t have the massive marketcap, why? Is it a good project that is different from the others, and the herd doesn’t get it yet? Are they avoiding the hype? Is it the original team that still believes in what they are working on, and are committed to make it work? Is this where you find value? It may be, but see how they measure up under scrutiny – Cryptocurrency and ICO Screening Guide for Investors. Coinmarketcap Historical Snapshots – https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/ [1] Bitcointalk – https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=998409.0 [2] CoinRanking – https://coinranking.com/ [3] Token Data – https://www.tokendata.io/ [4] 46% of Last Year’s ICOs Have Failed Already – https://news.bitcoin.com/46-last-years-icos-failed-already/ [5] ICO Quality: Development & Trading – https://medium.com/satis-group/ico-quality-development-trading-e4fef28df04f https://dnotesedu.com/2018/04/why-coin-age-matters-in-cryptocurrency/
  3. We Need Crypto Security Before Simplicity In recent years, cryptocurrencies have become almost ubiquitous in the mainstream media. Many media outlets now have reporters or entire sections of their websites devoted to covering digital currency, the blockchain, and other FinTech innovations. Despite that increased attention, however, those digital currencies continue to be difficult to use and hard to access for most average citizens – and that’s a problem. In fact, this is proving to be one of the biggest obstacles to gaining mass acceptance and adoption of digital currency by the public. There are several reasons for this obstacle, of course – most notably, that there is no straightforward, frictionless bridge connecting digital currency to the world of finance and commerce. Where those connections for exist, they tend to involve multiple third parties that can get in the way between you and your capital. Of course, there’s another concern that needs to be addressed as well: security. Yes, you want a monetary system that is easy to access, understand, and use. But you also need a system that keeps your money secure. Without that security, it doesn’t matter how simple and accessible your money may be. Unfortunately, many would-be crypto users remain leery of the technology’s underlying security, and that deters them from exploring digital currency’s benefits. Sadly, those concerns are not always without merit. Continue reading at https://dcebrief.com/op-ed-we-need-crypto-security-before-simplicity/
  4. DNotes Global, Inc. Announces Release of DNotes 2.0 DNotes Global, Inc. today announced the production release of its DNotes 2.0 digital currency. The launch comes in the wake of a pre-release on March 18, 2018, and a successful period of alpha testing. The upgraded coin is designed to replace the first-generation DNotes that were first developed in 2014, with new features and benefits for stakeholders. According to company reports, DNotes will continue to be a blockchain-powered digital currency that provides users with the payment system they need to directly transfer value quickly, efficiently, and at less cost than most third-party payment systems. The upgrades are designed to provide the digital currency with greater value and utility while offering improved benefits for those who own and use the coin. Perhaps the most noticeable change is the adoption of proof-of-stake (POS) as the currency’s new network consensus algorithm. DNotes had previously relied on proof-of-work for transaction validation. The decision to switch to POS was motivated by a desire to place more influence with the digital currency’s stakeholders and reduce the influence of miners. With the new system, DNotes owners will have the ability to run network-supporting nodes using their DNotes wallets, and receive payouts based on their coin balance in relation to the total amount of staked DNotes coins. DNotes Global, Inc. CEO Alan Yong suggested that the new system would provide users with new incentives and increased influence. He also addressed the company’s broader vision and immediate plans for facilitating its long-term goals. “DNotes 2.0 has been four years in the making, and now is the right time for these changes to take effect,” Yong said. “Though it is true that the digital currency industry remains in a nascent stage, we believe that it has matured enough that a serious effort can now be made to achieve more widespread acceptance and adoption of the technology. This is the beginning of that effort.” According to Yong, DNotes 2.0 represents the next stage of the company’s development as it continues to develop and expand the DNotes ecosystem. As he notes, DNotes is a different kind of digital currency project, focused on achieving its goal of becoming a globally-accepted payment system and parallel currency that is accessible, inclusive, and financially-empowering. Much of the DNotes ecosystem will continue to be familiar to long-time users. For example, the company’s innovative cold storage “online fortress” – DNotes Vault – will continue to serve as a primary web interface for DNotes stakeholders, offering quick and easy-to-use digital currency management tools for its users. At the same time, the Vault will continue to provide state-of-the-art protection for those users’ funds, backed by a guaranteed fund that protects those holdings. Other features will receive a fresh makeover, however. Long-time DNotes holders will quickly notice important changes to the DNotes Cryptocurrency Investment Savings Plans. The new CRISP payouts will provide those stakeholders with blockchain-generated interest on funds that they hold in their DNotes accounts for a certain amount of time. That interest is expected to be earned at a rate of 0.5% every 30 days. DNotes 2.0 will also implement a new automated invoicing system that adds a unique transaction invoice number at the blockchain level, to simplify digital currency commerce for online merchants who choose to offer their customers the option to make purchases using DNotes. “With the launch of DNotes 2.0, we are furthering our commitment to taking a proactive approach to digital currency mass adoption,” Yong said. “Digital currency’s promised benefits will not materialize overnight and will only be realized with active efforts to bring this technology into the mainstream. DNotes intends to lead that effort.” http://dnotescoin.com/dnotes-global-inc-announces-release-of-dnotes-2-0/
  5. DNotes 2.0 is Here DNotes is a blockchain-powered digital currency and payment system that was first launched in February 2014. From the beginning, though, it was always a digital currency with a different sort of vision. While others in the cryptocurrency space have focused on niche markets and highly-targeted use cases, DNotes has been singularly focused on one overriding goal: to become a truly global supplemental digital currency that can offer increased financial inclusion and empowerment to everyone around the world. Part of that vision involves a recognition that mass acceptance and adoption are unlikely to occur by accident – but without that acceptance and adoption, the true promise of digital currency can never be realized. That’s why the DNotes team has committed to a proactive approach to facilitating awareness, acceptance, and adoption. It is also why DNotes has developed an entire ecosystem designed to serve as a bridge between the existing worlds of finance and commerce and the new world of decentralized digital currency. DNotes Global, Inc. was created to develop, strengthen, and nurture that ecosystem, providing proactive leadership to facilitate awareness, acceptance, and adoption. Together, the company and the ecosystem drive DNotes toward its goals, offering leadership without centralized control. At the same time, DNotes Global’s status as a profit-generating company is designed to drive the currency’s value, with the currency’s 25% of the company providing DNotes with tangible, intrinsic value. With the launch of DNotes 2.0, the company is accelerating its efforts to achieve digital currency’s true promise of a world in which everyone can enjoy true financial inclusion and empowerment. A world where everyone can be his or her own bank. A world where people of all walks of life can gain access to the business capital, resources, and financial services they need to truly fulfill their human potential. The decentralized, people-empowering digital world of tomorrow may seem like a distant dream, but DNotes is committed to making it a reality – and with it, all the promised benefits that digital currency can offer to ordinary people everywhere. Whitepaper / Business Plan - http://dnotesglobal.com/white-paper/ DNotes website - http://dnotescoin.com/ DNotes Global Inc. - https://dnotesglobal.com/ DCEBrief News - https://dcebrief.com/ DNotesEDU - https://dnotesedu.com/ DNotes Vault - https://dnotesvault.com/ Four Pillars of Business Success - https://fourpillarsofbusinesssuccess.com/
  6. DNotes Global, Inc. announced the Alpha Pre-Release of its DNotes 2.0 digital currency on Sunday. The upgraded digital currency is now available for alpha testing, in preparation for the final DNotes 2.0 production release that is expected to occur in the next few weeks. In a press release, the company confirmed a number of upgrades to the DNotes digital currency, including a change from proof-of-work to proof-of-stake for its network consensus algorithm. That new system will include cold staking, as well as payouts based on the wallet holder’s coin balance and the total amount of staked coins on the DNotes network. According to DNotes Global, Inc. co-founder and CEO Alan Yong, that change will provide the coin’s stakeholders with many benefits: “The real benefits come from the increased influence that proof-of-stake provides to DNotes stakeholders. POS redistributes economic incentives from miners to coin holders, but it also removes the risk of miners exercising their influence to slow or prevent progress – a problem that has plagued coins like Bitcoin for some time now.” The company’s statement also described changes to DNotes’ popular Cryptocurrency Investment Savings Plans. Those changes are reportedly designed to expand the benefits of those programs to all DNotes users by providing depositors with interest on their DNotes holdings. Yong said that this is just the beginning of DNotes’ effort to realize digital currency’s true potential: “Digital currency was always meant to be a promise: a promise that says that your money should be yours to control. With DNotes 2.0, we are one step closer to making that promise a reality for everyone around the world: more control over your own money, and greater financial inclusiveness. That’s the future of money.” https://dcebrief.com/dnotes-global-inc-announces-pre-release-of-dnotes-2-0/
  7. DNotes Global, Inc. Announces Partnership with Geneca for Blockchain Technology Development CHICAGO, Illinois – December 26, 2017 – DNotes Global, Inc. has announced a new partnership with technology consulting firm Geneca. The move will expand the company’s development team as it prepares to launch DNotes 2.0 in the first quarter of 2018, and will provide the DNotes ecosystem with the technology support needed to achieve the firm’s goals. DNotes Global, Inc. Chief Technology Officer Theodore Hauenstein broke the news in an announcement to the DNotes community Saturday afternoon: “We have been searching for the best possible firm to expand our development team for DNotes 2.0 and beyond, and we are proud to announce we have acquired the services of Geneca. Geneca shares both our business philosophy and our vision for making DNotes a technology leader, making them the ideal partner for our rapid expansion plans.” Hauenstein later expanded on those sentiments. “It is rare to find a company that ticks all the boxes on your wish list,” he said. “Geneca does that for us. We are convinced that Geneca is the ideal technology partner for DNotes Global, Inc., and believe that they can help us guide DNotes down a new and exciting path.” With the addition of Geneca’s technology services, DNotes Global, Inc. will have the expanded capacity needed to complete development of DNotes 2.0. The Geneca team will also provide critical expertise that will aid in further development and upgrades of the DNotes 2.0 platform well beyond its initial release in early 2018. In addition, DNotes Global, Inc.’s leadership believes that this partnership will help to provide a more supportive environment on the DNotes platform for outside parties who want to develop products on that blockchain. Geneca is a privately-held technology consulting firm headquartered in Oak Brook, IL. In an industry with a 70% failure rate, Geneca has achieved a strong 92% success rate across 19 years of product creation. Geneca offers advanced strategies, cutting-edge technological solutions, and a simplified approach to project management that focuses on successful product development above all else. A few of Geneca’s successful partnerships include kiosk development for Redbox, organizational consulting products for Boston Consulting Group, financial products for Mercer, as well as health insurance innovation with Anthem Healthcare DNotes Global, Inc. co-founder and CEO Alan Yong praised Geneca’s team, as well as his own company’s decision to partner with the technology firm: “We are extremely pleased to have found a partner like Geneca. As a company, they share our business principles, management philosophy, and strategic mindset. In our conversations with members of the Geneca team, we were struck by how quickly they came to believe in the DNotes mission and vision, and we believe that bodes well for our future work together. We look forward to working closely with them to build the future of money and help shape a better tomorrow for people around the world.” About DNotes and Alan Yong: DNotes co-founder Alan Yong is a well-regarded visionary who established Dauphin Technology in 1988. He is the author of the book “Improve Your Odds: The Four Pillars of Business Success, and is well-regarded as a “thought leader” in the cryptocurrency industry. DNotes is a digital currency noted for its consistent and reliable growth, and innovative initiatives that actively engage women, young people, small businesses, workers, and others – effectively inviting the world to participate in the digital currency revolution. DNotes Global, Inc. has plans to launch DNotes 2.0 in early 2018, with improved features and functionality. For more information please visit: http://dnotescoin.com To learn more about Geneca, visit: https://www.geneca.com/ Media contact Name: Alan Yong Email: Contact@DNotescoin.com http://dnotescoin.com/dnotes-global-inc-announces-partnership-with-geneca-for-blockchain-technology-development/
  8. Have you ever accidentally deleted your worthless cryptocurrency wallet, only to realize that years after you deleted it, the value soared? Well you aren’t alone, and here is a guide that actually gives you a chance of recovering deleted wallet.dat files. If you deleted the wallet prior to the last automatically generated Windows restore point, you may just want try restoring your PC to a previous version before attempting this process, as the deep scan can take several hours... How to guide on DNotesEDU - https://dnotesedu.com/2017/12/how-to-recover-a-deleted-cryptocurrency-wallet/
  9. Alan Yong, Co-Founder of DNotes, to speak at World Funding Summit Alan Yong, Co-Founder of DNotes, to speak at World Funding Summit Alan Yong, co-founder of DNotes, will join a very impressive list of speakers at the World Funding Summit in November. He shared this email with the DNotes community this morning: I am happy to share this email from World Funding Summit where I will be speaking in November: http://worldfundingsummit.com/ Dear Friends and Colleagues, The most forward-looking leaders from the entire financing community are descending on Los Angeles Nov 17 and 18 for the latest and greatest edition of our annual event, the World Funding Summit. We are building a unique knowledge-driven platform that stands at the forefront of financial innovation and our ultimate goal - to eliminate inequality in access to capital. Come on board, build your capital network and learn about the future of venture financing from those who are shaping it! Main tracks to be featured this year: 1) ICO/Cryptocurrency/ Blockchain 2) Equity Crowdfunding/Alt Venture Exchanges/Future of VC 3) Capital for underserved markets and communities Scheduled speakers include top financiers and some of the most powerful investors: Mark Suster, Venture Capitalist, Managing Partner at Upfront Ventures Nisa Amoils, Venture Capitalist at Scout Ventures & Angel Investor Kirsten Green, Venture Capitalist, Founder & Managing Director at Forerunner Ventures Arthur Lipper, World renowned financier, author, FinTech inventor, and philanthropist Rupert Scofield, President and CEO of FINCA International Howard Marks, Co-founder & CEO at StartEngine Crowdfunding/Capital Vivian Shimoyama, Regional Director, SoCal, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program Alan Yong, Co-Founder of DNotes, a Bitcoin alternative digital currency Andrew Kyzyk, Vice President & Head of Advisor Relations at OTC Markets Group Atish Davda, CEO at EquityZen.com Valentin Preobrazhenskiy, Founder & CEO of LAToken Eric Bunting, Early-stage investor, Founder & Managing Partner at Overbrook Capital Mona DeFrawi, Founder of InsideVenture (acquired by SecondMarket)&RADIVATE MEDIA, Inc. Josh Maher, Angel Investor & Author of “Startup Wealth” Marc Scott Zicree, Leading producer, writer and director Kevin Lamb, Entrepreneur and Film Financier, CEO at Advanced Tissue Matthew Helderman, Founder & CEO at BondIt Media Capital Manie Eagar, Chairman at Blockchain Association of Canada (BAC) Jor Law, Co-founder at Homeier Law PC & VerifyInvestor.com Michael Terpin, CEO & Transform Group, top-30 blockchain influencer, lead 35 ICOs Richard Kivel, Venture Capitalist and Private Investor, Managing Director of GrayBella Capital Kim Kaselionis, Managing Partner at Breakaway Funding LLC Michael G. Homeier, EB-5 & equity crowdfunding attorney, Founder at Homeier & Law, P.C. Barry E James, Co-founder & CEO of TheCrowdfundingCenter.com and CrowdDataCenter.com Rick Smith, Venture Capitalist, Co-founder and Managing Director at CrossCut Enzo Villani, CEO & Board Member at Equities.com Jouko Ahvenainen, Founder @Grow VC Group, a global fintech holding company Robert Lewis, Founder & President at Black Cooperative Investment Fund (BCIF) David Koepsell, PhD, CEO & Founder of Encrypgen: blockchain genomics via the Gene-Chain Greg Bohlenm, VC, Managing General Partner at Union Grove Venture Partners Xiaocheh Zhang, President at FinTech4Good Ekaterina Dorozhkina, Entrepreneur & Financier, Raised $5M via ICO Celu Ramasamy, Bitcoin Investor, Cryptocurrencies evangelist, Partner at Focus Investments Laurent Ruben, Founder & General Manager at French Accelerator The Master of Ceremonies will be Sandro Monetti, a CNN and BBC contributor and television host. CAPITAL EXPO “THE FUTURE IS NOW”: we are determined to showcase some of the world's hottest startups and issuers with a global outreach - please APPLY HERE INDUSTRIES: blockchain, digital media, tech, fintech, SaaS, e-commerce, education, health, manufacturing, environment, art, films, AI, robotics, and real-estate HOW TO GET INVOLVED: we are looking for global leaders who support our mission and would like to get on board as a sponsor or media partner to get our message through– please send your message to our team HERE or contact me directly. If you would like to become the WFS delegate register HERE My sincere gratitude to our Sponsors & Partners including: 10,000 Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program DNotes BreakawayFunding Homeier Law PC Verifyinvestor.com California Lutheran University The Blaine Group Rock.com Stay tuned for exciting updates re our program! Thanks and all the best, Victoria Silchenko, Ph.D./vsilchenko@metropolecapital.com/ Ph:+1.310.464.1575 Creator: www.WorldFundingSummit.com Founder: Metropole Capital Group Contributing Writer: Huffington Post / Guest Writer: CrowdfundInsider Adjunct Professor, Entrepreneurial Finance, MBA: CALutheran University Connect: LinkedIn / Facebook / Twitter
  10. Japan’s FSA: 50 Bitcoin Exchange Registration Applications Received An announcement from Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) has revealed that at least 50 Bitcoin exchanges have filed registration applications with the agency. Those exchanges are currently being examined by the FSA to ensure that they have taken the right steps to ensure that their customers are properly protected, as required by recent amendments to the nation’s fund settlement law. Read the full brief - https://dcebrief.com/japans-fsa-50-bitcoin-exchange-registration-applications-received/
  11. IRS Reportedly Bought Software to Uncover Bitcoin User Identities The Internal Revenue Services has reportedly purchased software to assist it in its efforts to uncover the identities of Bitcoin-using tax cheats. The news was reported today by The Daily Beast, which posted a document that appears to be an IRS purchase agreement with an outside contracting firm called Chainalysis. The company provides analysis software to various government agencies and companies in the financial services sector. Read the full brief - https://dcebrief.com/irs-reportedly-bought-software-to-uncover-bitcoin-user-identities/
  12. Australia Moves to Strengthen AML Laws, Regulate Crypto The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (Austrac) announced several weeks ago that it was bringing a lawsuit against Commonwealth Bank based on some 53,700 violations of the nation’s anti-money-laundering and terrorist financing prevention laws. Late this week, the government announced that it is proposing new reforms designed to strengthen compliance with those laws – including new regulations that will directly affect digital currency exchanges. Read the full brief - https://dcebrief.com/australia-moves-to-strengthen-aml-laws-regulate-crypto/
  13. Congress May Be Considering Cryptocurrency Protections A report from the Daily Caller suggests that several Republican members of the House of Representatives and Senate may be in the process of drafting a bill that would offer protection from government interference to cryptocurrencies that meet certain specific criteria. The Caller’s report cites unnamed sources from Capitol Hill, who reportedly told the news outlet that one Senator and two Representatives are looking at issues like anti-money-laundering compliance as they work through the process of creating the legislation. Read the full brief - https://dcebrief.com/congress-may-be-considering-cryptocurrency-protections/
  14. Coin Analysis: Syscoin This coin analysis series aims to give readers appraisals and knowledge of cryptocurrencies and platforms that are likely to succeed long-term by delivering real intrinsic value to those who partake in their economy. The author does not own any Syscoin, and this is an unsolicited review. Syscoin entered the cryptocurrency scene in mid 2014 with the creation of the world’s first decentralized marketplace built inside a wallet application. The Syscoin platform provides an infrastructure to businesses and individuals to trade goods, assets, digital certificates and data directly in a secure and reliable manner. These trades are facilitated through hard-coded smart contracts - or automated executable programs - built into the Syscoin blockchain itself. The Syscoin team enjoyed an impressive start to 2017 when it formed a working partnership with Microsoft Azure to make Syscoin’s offerings available on the Azure cloud platform. Read full article - https://dcebrief.com/coin-analysis-syscoin/
  15. Falcon Private Bank Expands Crypto Offerings for Clients Falcon Private Bank Expands Crypto Offerings for Clients Swiss-based Falcon Private Bank announced today that it is expanding its current blockchain asset management services to provide its customers access to three additional cryptocurrencies. The bank made news in July when it began offering its clients the ability to use their bank cash holdings to buy and hold Bitcoin in their bank portfolios. Next week, that service will expand to provide those clients with access to Litecoin, Ether, and Bitcoin Cash as well. Read full brief - https://dcebrief.com/falcon-private-bank-expands-crypto-offerings-for-clients/
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