Tag: blockchain

Tokenized Equity with Josh Stein from Harbor

Episode 34 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Josh Stein of Harbor, a platform for tokenizing investments. Listen to the interview on iTunes, or Google Podcast, or watch on YouTube. In this episode Trent

Working Remotely For Crypto?—?Is it possible?

Marist and NPR have conducted a poll to determine how many jobs are held by a freelance. To their surprise, one out of five jobs in the US is taken by a freelance worker. According

Black Card on the Blockchain

Exclusive experiences enabled by the blockchain The Diners Club?—?then AmEx?—?spurred widespread acceptance of the credit card. Could a similar model trigger mass adoption of cryptocurrency? “‘Someday…” said Frank McNamara. “Restaurants all over New York will

What is IEO Initial Exchange Offering? Is this the new phenomenon in Crypto Capital?

Initial Exchange Offering 2017 & 2018 being the year of ICO, has come up with huge benefits in the crypto industry. But the truth is people have started pacing towards a new strategy named as Initial

Rationales Behind Multi-Token Business Ecosystem (MTBE) for Blockchain Startups

Image Credit: Pixabay The dopamine rush which likely hits the brains of intending founders of startups within the blockchain space at the thought of owning their own company solely powered by its utility token is ludicrous.

Binance, HitBTC, etc., Market Maker Pitch: How To Get Rich Online

Cheap VPS http://techvoices.club press ‘all’ after about 15s Case in Point Imagine this hourly graph without the steep drops from paying fees on the green (buy) lines: As a follow-up to this: https://hackernoon.com/making-markets-moving-crypto-free-and-open-source-binance-9bcea607e57b https://github.com/DunnCreativeSS/privateMarketMakerRepo ** ask

Beating Amazon with Blockchain

…and a shared Supply Chain and an eCommerce System Dr. Drew Miller Managing Director, Blockchain Business Consultants drmiller@bchainconsult.com An article, “The Shrinking Middle Class: How We Got Here, And Why” in the December 2018 issue

Speaking Of Crypto with Shannon Grinnell

Trent LapinskiBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Mar 19 Listen to the interview on iTunes, or Google Podcast, or watch on YouTube. In this episode Trent Lapinski interviews Shannon Grinnell where they discuss blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and Shannon’s background. You can also

Could Facebook and Whatsapp Become Major Players in the Remittance Market with Crypto?

It is safe to assume that anyone with a working internet connection has heard of Facebook and its subsidiary, Whatsapp. Bloomberg reported on Dec 21, 2018, that Facebook is working on a cryptocurrency that will

Create2: A Tale of Two Optcodes

By: Jesse AbramowitzBlockchain Developer Ethereum’s latest last fork Constantinople has successfully been integrated into Ethereum and with that comes extra features. This article will cover what the create2 optcode is, why it was added, and

MXC and Shanghai Combine in one of the First Real Blockchain Partnerships of the Industry

The Chinese government is known for its stringent measures when it comes to data and data control. So, what does it mean when it accepts a foreign company to be involved in their data collection?

How Blockchain Could End Identity Theft on Dark Web

We feel that our personal data is very important and priceless. However, the reality is very different. Stolen credit card information, addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers are sold on the dark web for as

LTO Network Review

“Sales Round” This is the final part of the Messari Disclosure Report that this paper will cover. Essentially, this is just information about how much the team obtained through each phase of their sale process.

Fetch AI. Gone in 60 seconds

Originally published at shitcoinoffering.com on March 1, 2019. We check a startup that collected 6 million bucks in 22 seconds on Shitcoin Bingo On Monday, Fetch AI startup held a sale on the Binance Launchpad platform

A state of the art of decentralized web?—?Part 4

4. Databases This is the fourth and last chapter of a series about web decentralization. As we have seen in the previous chapter, the blockchain and smart contracts are great to store records for some

Will you be able to keep your IoT devices away from hackers?

While you’re thinking about a future dominated by robots and holograms, or at least “smarter” phones, studies show that these technological inventions are meant to enhance our entertainment and not actually improve our day-to-day tasks.

Three and a Half Reasons to be a Blockchain Writer

Unsplash With so many niches/domains out there to get oneself into, why would a technical content writer specifically choose to be a blockchain writer? Is that the question you’ve been asking yourself? Well, it seems

Risks of Blockchain Projects- Why So Many Blockchain Projects Fail?

Photo by Icons8 team on Unsplash Blockchain technology has successfully raised the bar in the past couple of years and has managed to gain attention amongst all the major industries. The increasing rate of ICO funding

Beyond Crypto?—?Blockchain Ethics

The Not So Good 51% Attacks and Double Spending As I mentioned before, blockchains are just nodes (people’s computers) working together to create a network. One of the beauties of these nodes is that their owners are

How Blockchain is Helping Africa to Develop

While Europe and Asia have already experienced several successive waves of cryptomania and are still struggling unsuccessfully with conservative elements inherent to state structures and national financial regulators to develop this market, Africa, in contrast,