Israeli Startup Creates Offline Crypto Wallet with Online Connectivity
Israeli startup GK8 unveiled a cold-storage crypto wallet with on-network transfer capabilities, the company said.
The expert explained what ICO Reg A + is
Reg A + crowdfunding is one of the most desirable ways to collect investment in the US market, allowing you to raise up to $ 50 million. That’s what Nikita Novikov, a lawyer of blockchain pactice Juscutum told LetKnow.News.
Jack Dorsey says now is our chance to build a global currency for the internet
Jack Dorsey is best known for co-founding Twitter, the micro-posting website that now has around 330 million users around the world. In 2009, the computer programmer also co-founded Square, which was originally designed to help small businesses accept credit cards.
GoTenna Partners With Blockstream Satellite to Make Using Bitcoin Without an Internet Connection Simpler
Sending bitcoin transactions without an internet connection just got a little bit easier.
South Korean Internet Agency Expands Support For 2019 Blockchain Pilot Projects
The Korea Internet and Security Agency (KISA) has announced that it will be expanding the scale of support for blockchain public pilot projects.
The expert explained what web.3.0 is.
The new era in payment systems and services development became the concept of web3.0. It implies decentralisation and Internet autonomy. This is what Alexander Zaydelson, CEO of Beam told LetKnow.News.
UNICEF Explores Blockchain to Improve Internet for ‘Every School’ in Kyrgyzstan
Children’s non-profit organization UNICEF is in talks with the government of Kyrgyzstan to leverage blockchain technology to provide Internet access to every school in the country.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Says Bitcoin Is the Only Crypto He Holds
Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey has again expressed his pro-Bitcoin (BTC) stance, revealing that the sole crypto he holds is BTC, according to a tweet on Feb. 6.
Survey: 3% of Americans Ready to Use Blockchain Banking Solutions
According to a survey conducted by FOTON, an ICO-funded blockchain banking product that will not materialize until March based on funding efforts, 3% of American Internet users across age groups are ready to use a blockchain banking product or app today.
Malaysian Government, Universities Team to Put Degrees on a Blockchain
Malaysia's education ministry has formed a new consortium of universities to harness blockchain tech in tackling the massive industry in fake certificates.
BlackBerry Unveils Blockchain Partnership to Support Medical Research
BlackBerry, the software company and former maker of an eponymous line of mobile phones, announced Thursday its plans for a new blockchain platform aimed at storing and sharing medical data.
Traders of Alleged $1.4 Million Illegal Stock Sale of Blockchain Firm Settle with SEC
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reached a settlement with two men charged with profiting from illegal sales of stock related to a company claiming to be involved in blockchain technology.
Tim Berners-Lee, The Father Of The Internet Believes In Blockchain
Tim Berners-Lee, the creator and father of the World Wide Web, now known as the internet, believes that the blockchain is the next step for the future of the internet. Berners-Lee developed an idea for a free, open source internet, through which he gave his product away to the world, to allow a culture to mature which in turn has led to the development of the internet today. Berners-Lee is often considered as one of the most important tech minds of our generation, rightly so too.
Blockchain Computing Platform Golem Launches Mainnet Beta 1.5 Years After ICO
Golem, the Ethereum-based CPU power renting network, finally released its beta mainnet implementation April 10, 18 months after its 820,000 ETH ICO, equal to about $345 mln today.
Chinese Investment Group to Launch Blockchain Funding Center
A government-led investment association in China is reportedly establishing a funding center to foster blockchain development in the country.
Telecom Egypt Covertly Redirecting Internet Users To Crypto Mining Sites, Report Says
Devices found at Telecom Egypt demarcation points have been found to be surreptitiously redirecting Egyptian Internet users to advertisements and cryptocurrency mining sites, according to a report published by Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto Friday, March 9.