June 2019 / 97 posts found

How blockchain will revolutionise far more than money

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Blockchain technology will revolutionise far more than money: it will change your life. Here’s how it actually works This content was originally published here.

Litecoin Foundation, TokenPay and a German Bank; a Massive Success for Crypto World

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For TokenPay (TPAY) “HODLing Is Not The Purpose Of Crypto”

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These 11 questions will help you decide if blockchain is right for your business

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Blockchain is an innovative solution, but it is not the solution to all problems. This content was originally published here.

TokenPay Throws Accusations Against XRP and NEO

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Is Ethereum More Important Than Bitcoin?

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Ethereum’s market capitalization is only about a third of Bitcoin, but some think it is gaining ground fast. This content was originally published here.

MasterCard Announces That Payments Can Now be Made on Blockchain

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Your credit card might soon be getting a blockchain boost, as MasterCard will officially be offering its clients a blockchain service. This content was originally published here.

Is TokenPay Really An Offshoot of Verge Currency? Crypto-News India Digs Deep

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Over the weekend, Litecoin enthusiasts celebrated the good news surrounding the collaboration of the cryptocurrency and payment platform TokenPay buying stakes into a German bank, WEG. As the good spirits in the community ebbed, Tone Vays, a former Wall Street executive, who now works as a cryptocurrency content creator, lambasted TokenPay by allegedly referring to … This content was originally published here.

Here is why TokenPay (TPAY) beats Verge (XVG) at its own game

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Shipping: IBM, Maersk Are Creating a New Blockchain Company

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IBM and Danish shipping giant Maersk are teaming up to form a new company whose aim is to commercialize blockchain technology—the nifty, shared accounting ledgers first made famous by the cryptocurrency Bitcoin. The as-yet unnamed, New York-based venture is set to be owned 51% by Maersk and 49% by IBM (ibm), the companies said. The concern intends to help shippers, ports, customs offices, banks, and other stakeholders in global supply chains track freight as well as replace related paperwork with tamper-resistant digital records. IBM and Maersk first partnered on a blockchain trial in summer 2016. Michael J. White, the new […]