Brave and BAT enter Brave and BAT enter "phase two" of the ad platform development cycle
Anybody that's been involved with a cryptocurrency long enough, has heard about the privacy-protecting, speed-enhancing browser Brave and its proprietary token BAT. Leveraging the knowledge of their founder, the creator of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla, Brendan Eich, Brave has been steadily clawing through the market share of other popular browsers since it's initial release in 2016. Now, they have entered a new phase of their development plan, as announced on the 8th of March on the official Brave website. This latest update activates regular ads for the development version of the browser. It's still not a full release, but this is a major step in the right direction. This item was found by us on 2019-03-11 12:01:06. Share this content on social media: Check out coinbeat.com to find more similar content. Reply to Topic

Twitter CEO Purchases Trezor Wallet Using Bitcoin Via CashApp Twitter CEO Purchases Trezor Wallet Using Bitcoin Via CashApp
Jack Dorsey, Twitter CEO recently purchased his first crypto hardware wallet using Bitcoin to complete the transaction. In a Tweet posted by Dorsey on Thursday the Twitter head honcho stated: Just bought a @Trezor hardware wallet with Bitcoin through @CashApp. As per the tweet, Dorsey utilised his company's CashApp to buy his Trezor wallet using Bitcoin to complete the purchase which further strengthens his previous sentiments about becoming a devoted patron of Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency community. The Twitter CEO has been making waves in the crypto community lately. Most recently, he appeared on the Joe Rogan podcast where he discussed Bitcoin and cryptocurrency and said he believes that Bitcoin is to become the internet's native currency all the while promoting Square's CashApp. This publication was retrieved by us on 2019-03-10 14:41:27. Share this content on social media: You may be interested in these cryptocurrencies : BTC, TCN. Browse coinbeat.com for more from this source. Reply to Topic

Fidelity Says Hard Fork Could Delay Their Support Of Ethereum Fidelity Says Hard Fork Could Delay Their Support Of Ethereum
Fidelity Digital Assets (FDAS) has announced it will take its time with regards to adding support for the Ethereum blockchain, according to the executive in charge. Fidelity's digital asset trading and custody branch, which went live earlier this quarter, has created an internal framework for the evaluation of cryptocurrencies which could be added in the future, as per a statement from FDAS president Tom Jessop. Despite Jessop previously stating that the FDAS might look to add other ethereum and other cryptocurrencies, he said in a statement on Tuesday that the process to do so is not as clean cut as most think. This data was first found by us on 2019-03-09 03:56:57. Share this content on social media: Related crypto assets may include ETH. Visit coinbeat.com for more from this source. Reply to Topic

French Regulator Seeks To Ban Anonymous Crypto Coins
Head of the French Committee and the French National Assembly Eric Woerth recently proposed a ban on all anonymous cryptocurrencies. Woerth expressed his opinion in a recent report on crypto assets and blockchain technology. An excerpt from his statement reads as follows: It would also have been appropriate to propose a ban on the dissemination and trade in [cryptocurrencies built] to ensure complete anonymity by preventing any identification procedure by design. [] This is the case for a certain number of [cryptocurrencies] (Monero, PIVX, DeepOnion, Zcash?) whose purpose is to bypass any possibility of identifying the holders. To date, regulation has not gone that far. This post was first seen by us on 2019-03-08 04:21:40. Share this content on social media: Related assets may include ANON. Check out coinbeat.com for additional posts. Reply to Topic

What are Altcoins and how did they emerge What are Altcoins and how did they emerge
In 2009, after the success of Bitcoin, alternative cryptocurrencies, referred to as Altcoins, were released. Bitcoin is known to have protocol limitations and features, which Altcoins are able to solve. Altcoin was coined by combining the words alt and coin?, whereby, the alt is an abbreviation for the word alternative. The coin component refers to currency. Altcoins, an alternative cryptocurrency, is extremely varied, often cheaper and more efficient than Bitcoin. A focus on Bitcoin weaknesses has resulted in immense competition. Altcoins, such as Litecoin (LTC) and Fastcoin (FST), have blockchain updates with an upper bound of a minute, making them faster than Bitcoin. Litecoin is considered to be Bitcoins most serious competitor. This information was retrieved by us on 2019-03-07 03:30:22. Share this content on social media: Mentioned assets TCN, ALT. Check out coinbeat.com to find more similar content. Reply to Topic

Starbucks To Accept Bitcoin As Payment Facilitated By Bakkt Starbucks To Accept Bitcoin As Payment Facilitated By Bakkt
New details have been announced about Starbucks partnership with the US cryptocurrency platform Bakkt which suggest that the coffee conglomerate will indeed start accepting Bitcoin (BTC) as payment after an equity deal. Starbucks, which became a founding partner with Bakkt after it was revealed to the world in August 2018, will support the crypto platform's software to allow customers the luxury of making purchases with Bitcoin. However, it was reported that no actual cryptocurrency will be processed by Starbucks as the digital asset will instantly be converted to fiat currency. Despite being in the final of pre-release stages, Bakkt's goal is to become a key player for investors seeking to gain exposure to digital assets. Also in Bakkt's plans for 2019 are the issuance of Bitcoin futures contracts which will be delivered physically, with a scheduled rollout pegged for late 2019 depending on approval from regulatory bodies. This post was retrieved by us on 2019-03-07 03:27:50. Share this content on social media: Related crypto assets may include BTC, TCN. See coinbeat.com for additional posts. Reply to Topic

US Startup Unveils Crypto Wallet Chip For Smartphones US Startup Unveils Crypto Wallet Chip For Smartphones
A U.S-based startup called VaultTel unveiled a hardware crypto wallet which is designed to fit into a mobile phone SIM card slot according to a press release from the company which was released on the 6th of March. The technology combines a mobile app with a hardware chip and has been dubbed the VaultTel Card. This crypto storage solution will be sold in the U.S from today and will immediately expand to countries in the EU via the UK VaultTel subsidiary. The wallet uses biometric technology for authentication as well as a military-grade encryption standard AEX 512 according to the press release. This piece was first seen by us on 2019-03-07 03:25:49. Share this content on social media: See coinbeat.com for additional posts. Reply to Topic

Bitcoin Enthusiasts Have Been Deleting Coinbase Accounts In Protest of Neutrino Acquisition Bitcoin Enthusiasts Have Been Deleting Coinbase Accounts In Protest of Neutrino Acquisition
Things are not looking great for Coinbase. In a recent move that sparked a wave of outcries, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase acquired Neutrino back in February. This move formed part of the exchange's efforts to offer more diverse crypto assets across borders. However many users are livid with Coinbase's decision to acquire the firm because of the executive suite's past work with the startup Hacking Team, who sold spyware to several governments who are known for human rights crimes. Since then, the #DeleteCoinbase hashtag has been echoed across crypto Twitter with many bitcoin users closing their accounts in protest of the controversial acquisition. This publication was discovered by us on 2019-03-06 04:27:12. Share this content on social media: You may be interested in these cryptocurrencies : BTC, TCN, ION. Browse coinbeat.com for additional posts. Reply to Topic

Swiss Stock Exchange Launches Ethereum-backed ETP Swiss Stock Exchange Launches Ethereum-backed ETP
The largest stock exchange in Switzerland, the SIX Swiss Exchange recently launched an Ethereum-backed exchange-traded product or ETP. The news was announced on the 5th March on the company's website. This comes a mere week after SIX announced the launch of its Bitcoin-backed ETP. Currently, it stands that both ETP's will carry a management fee of 2.5%. The ETPs which will trade under the tickers AETH and ABTC are both sponsored by crypto startup Amun AG. The Swiss stock exchange's Ethereum ETP was first announced back in November 2018, with SIX announcing that it plans to list five cryptocurrency-based ETP's which includes Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC) and of course Ethereum (ETH). This posting was first found by us on 2019-03-06 04:03:20. Share this content on social media: Related crypto assets include ETH, XCG, CAG. Have a look at coinbeat.com for more. Reply to Topic

EY Claims That They Will Make it Easier To Calculate Crypto Taxes With A New Tool EY Claims That They Will Make it Easier To Calculate Crypto Taxes With A New Tool
EY a Big Four consulting firm recently launched a new tool which will help cryptocurrency users with their tax and accounting calculations. Announced by the firm on Monday, the software solution dubbed EY Crypto-Asset Accounting and Tax (CAAT) was designed to help U.S customers prepare their Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax returns related to crypto assets. CAAT's software can easily source information from virtually all major exchanges, according to the firm by collating data from a myriad of sources as well as automating the production of various dashboards and reports and ultimately tax returns too. This publication was first seen by us on 2019-03-06 03:39:50. Share this content on social media: See coinbeat.com for more from this source. Reply to Topic

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