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Thailand Creates More Restrictive and Harsh Cryptocurrency Laws

The Government of Thailand, by royal degree, uses fines and threats of jail time, to restrict cryptocurrency usage. The royal degree classifies cryptocurrencies as digital assets and thus under the control of the country’s Security Exchange Commission. Previously, the central bank of Thailand had directed financial institutions to steer clear of cryptocurrencies. The new law will levy a fine of ...

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Paycent Hybrid App for Dash, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum across 200 countries & 36 million merchants

This is a video repost of the Dash Talk interview from our YouTube channel. This episodes special guest is Karen Hsu who is the Head of Growth for BlockCypher. BlockCypher is a strategic partner for Dash and offers Blockchain Web Services. ⏱ Question TimeStamps:🚩 01:00 How did BlockCypher help Paycent integrate Dash?🚩 02:35 Is there any advantages to using Dash on Paycent?🚩 04:22 When will ...

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CEO and Founder of IOHK Calls Dash a “Great Cryptocurrency”

Charles Hoskinson, CEO and Founder of IOHK, a blockchain research and development firm best know for creating Cardano, recently gave some praise to Dash during his talk at TOKEN2049. Charles mentioned “the problem of sustainability” relative to “who pays and who decides” to improve and develop the blockchain. He said that there should be a “treasury” as a “decentralized account” ...

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Eighth Dash Conference Held in Caracas, Venezuela

While the majority of blockchain news coverage this week is focused elsewhere, the DASH Caracas Conferences Cycle held their eighth conference in Caracas, Venezuela this past Saturday, May 12. Dash Force News spoke with Eugenia Alcalá Sucre, founder of DASH Caracas and DASH Venezuela about the event. The entire conference cycle, which holds one conference each month for a year, is ...

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Can ASICs Be Avoided? Centralized Cryptocurrency Mining May Be Unavoidable

Cryptocurrency mining may be prone to both industrialization and centralization, despite attempts to keep the field decentralized. A new post by Sia lead developer and Obelisk mining founder David Vorick goes into detail on the current state of specialized cryptocurrency mining machines known as ASICs. According to Vorick, ASICs can be developed profitably for just about any mining algorithm in ...

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GPU Revenue Signals Growth of Cryptocurrency Demand

Record sales by GPU manufactures, Nvidia and AMD, signals that consumer demand for cryptocurrency mining and thus cryptocurrency is continuing to increase. Last week Nvidia posted first quarter revenue of $3.21 billion USD, of which $289 million USD, or 9% of total revenue, was attributed to cryptocurrency mining sales. AMD, Nvidia’s chief rival, also reported first quarter revenue of $1.65 ...

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How Cryptocurrency Went From Exit to Escapism

This week the Consensus 2018 conference kicks off, a high-powered blockchain conference charging thousands per ticket. What a jump from the time Bitcoin was a program being run by a few hardcore believers trying to mine as much as possible from their home computers. Yet, despite this nearly half-trillion dollar booming market with countless projects and companies, the world is ...

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