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As we enter the second half of 2019, we are once again seeing the price of Bitcoin skyrocket, and like clockwork, I am starting to receive at least one to two messages a day from old friends, casual acquaintances, and even random strangers, all asking the same thing: "Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin?"
DT's Privacy Advocate dives into Riot.im and takes a critical look at its features and promise of security.
Bitcoin is the only one of its kind. No matter how costly or slow it is, people will definitely buy it because of the value that it stores in itself. In a way, Bitcoin is the USP of the crypto market and without it, the marketing of attracting newcomers in the crypto market (which is essentially very important for the growth) is very difficult.
Apple's unwillingness to unlock the iPhone used by the San Bernardino terrorist had more to do with protecting market shares and sales, and less with protecting privacy; our thinking that tech companies are looking out for our best interest or want to protect us from threats for any other reason than sales is absurd.
The Philippines' largest microfinancial services provider, Cebuana Lhuillier enters into a joint venture with the country's pioneering blockchain venture builder, SCI Ventures, Inc.
Our Privacy Advocate takes a look at the perks and compromises that come with the Edward Snowden-approved messaging app Signal.
Almost three years ago, we published the series ‘Secure Messengers... or not so secure?’ here on Decentralize.Today. At the time, Threema was one of our top picks when it came to privacy. What has changed?
How do the security claims of messengers like Telegram, Discord, Riot, and Threema hold up in reality checks? Join Decentralize.Today's Privacy Advocate on a two-week deep-dive into the privacy of private messengers.
There are things you just don't do. Like claim that vegan bacon alternatives taste just like the original. Or that your token is the "new Bitcoin".
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2019 is the year that sees large institutions, from eBay over Samsung to Bakkt, entering the blockchain industry. A new wave of adoption has begun, and this time, it is larger than ever before.
World Blockchain Forum Singapore and World Blockchain Award Asia will welcome 4,000 practitioners and enthusiasts as well as 100 eminent speakers, including government representatives, regulatory bodies, and investors, to dissect the latest trends in the blockchain industry.
The world is shifting from FinTech to RegTech, with Traditional Finance is evolving into Digital Finance; WBF aims to be a catalyst facilitating the development of the enormous digital space.
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