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Who is Navalny?

Alexei Navalny is a social media sensation who wants to lead Russia. But he's got a few problems in his way.
2017-11-19

Separatist allies

Dutch-speaking nationalists in Belgium show solidarity with the exiled Catalan leaders.
2017-11-17

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Keine Angst vor dem Gespenst Minderheitsregierung!

SPD, FDP und Grüne könnten der Kanzlerin ein Angebot machen, das sie kaum ablehnen kann. Eine Minderheitsregierung, die nur sie erfolgreich führen könnte. Das würde die politische Debatte im Lande wiederbeleben.

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Satoshi Forest Gets Permit After 3+ Years, Why The Delay?

After more than three years, bitcoin’s most visible and arguably most successful charity has won its legal battle with Escambia County. The decision to issue a permit allows Sean’s Outpost to continue operating Satoshi Forest for the foreseeable future. Sean’s Outpost is a primarily bitcoin funded homeless outreach charity. The focus was providing meals to […]

This post Satoshi Forest Gets Permit After 3+ Years, Why The Delay? first appeared on Coinjournal.


2017-11-14

Dutch Watchdog Warns of ICO Risks, Calls them a ‘Dangerous Cocktail’

The Dutch financial regulator has issued a new warning to investors about the risks linked to initial coin offerings (ICOs). The Netherlands Authority for Financial Markets (AFM) released a statement this week detailing the risks that they present to investors, claiming they provide the ideal environment for scammers. In a statement, Merel van Vroonhoven, chairwoman […]

This post Dutch Watchdog Warns of ICO Risks, Calls them a ‘Dangerous Cocktail’ first appeared on Coinjournal.


2017-11-14

CME CEO: Bitcoin Futures Could Launch in Mid-December

CME Group chairman and CEO Terry Duffy has said that the planned bitcoin futures contract could launch by mid-December. At the end of October, Duffy revealed that the company had decided to introduce a bitcoin futures due to ‘increasing client interest in the evolving cryptocurrency markets,’ pending regulatory approval. “As the world’s largest regulated FX […]

This post CME CEO: Bitcoin Futures Could Launch in Mid-December first appeared on Coinjournal.


2017-11-15

Orchid Labs Unveils Open Source Protocol to Fight Internet Surveillance and Censorship

Orchid Labs, a company headquartered in San Francisco, has launched the private alpha version of its blockchain-based Orchid network, which is said to allow users to access the Internet free of censorship, restrictions and surveillance. The Orchid Protocol uses an overlay network built upon the existing Internet, which incentivizes people with unused bandwidth to share […]

This post Orchid Labs Unveils Open Source Protocol to Fight Internet Surveillance and Censorship first appeared on Coinjournal.


2017-11-21

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Twitter removes verified checkmarks from several white supremacists’ profiles

 A few hours after announcing a review of its verification program, Twitter began revoking the verified status of some accounts. White supremacists Richard Spencer and Jason Kessler are among the users who no longer have a blue checkmark displayed on their profiles. Read More

Facebook launches collaborative Stories for Groups and Events

 Facebook is combining its Snapchat Stories clone with features Snapchat can’t match. Starting today, users of Facebook Groups and Events will be able to contribute to a Facebook Story visible to the rest of the members and moderated by the admins. In essence, these collaborative Stories will work like a private hashtag so multiple people can add content but only those involved can see it. Read More
2017-11-13

Ello again…

 The social networking platform splashed onto the tech scene promoting itself as an ad-free rival to Facebook. Soon millions of people (including yours truly) signed on just to see what all the fuss was about. The platform quickly ballooned to nearly 3 million community members in a short few months. The problem was no one knew what the hell this thing was. The logo was just a black dot with a… Read More
2017-11-19

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Separatist allies

Dutch-speaking nationalists in Belgium show solidarity with the exiled Catalan leaders.
2017-11-17

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Decentralized Ethereum-Based AirBnB Records 300 Listings Within Its First Month

CryptoCribs, a decentralized Ethereum-based application which enables users to book spaces, rooms, and houses using cryptocurrencies including bitcoin and Ethereum, has already added 300 listings within its first month of operating. Peer-to-peer networks such as Uber and AirBnB have disrupted their respective industries over the past three years by allowing users or consumers to directly […]

This post Decentralized Ethereum-Based AirBnB Records 300 Listings Within Its First Month first appeared on Coinjournal.


2017-11-16

Satoshi Forest Gets Permit After 3+ Years, Why The Delay?

After more than three years, bitcoin’s most visible and arguably most successful charity has won its legal battle with Escambia County. The decision to issue a permit allows Sean’s Outpost to continue operating Satoshi Forest for the foreseeable future. Sean’s Outpost is a primarily bitcoin funded homeless outreach charity. The focus was providing meals to […]

This post Satoshi Forest Gets Permit After 3+ Years, Why The Delay? first appeared on Coinjournal.


2017-11-14

CME CEO: Bitcoin Futures Could Launch in Mid-December

CME Group chairman and CEO Terry Duffy has said that the planned bitcoin futures contract could launch by mid-December. At the end of October, Duffy revealed that the company had decided to introduce a bitcoin futures due to ‘increasing client interest in the evolving cryptocurrency markets,’ pending regulatory approval. “As the world’s largest regulated FX […]

This post CME CEO: Bitcoin Futures Could Launch in Mid-December first appeared on Coinjournal.


2017-11-15

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La France, terre de vin et de tourisme

Pour satisfaire curieux et amateurs de vins, une nouvelle forme de tourisme, tournée vers la découverte des régions viticoles et de leur production, se développe actuellement en France : c'est l'œnotourisme. Pour les professionnels du secteur, c'est une source de revenus supplémentaires, et les viticulteurs développent sans cesse de nouvelles activités pour attirer les touristes. Outre les classiques visites et dégustations, certains proposent aussi aux visiteurs de s'essayer aux vendanges.
2017-11-17

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