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Unblocking blockchain recruitment

Did you know that only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work, according to Gallup research run in 2017? And in their recent study, PwC found that 80% of CEOs are worried about the availability of critical skills for their companies and  91% of CEOs agree that they need to strengthen their organization’s soft

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Five ICO Advisors from Hell

If you are not a complete newbie in a crypto world you know that it can get pretty ugly at times. Thousands of driven inexperienced greedy youngsters are flocked into blockchain startups to get their own share of crypto wealth instead of building the next big thing that will actually change the world. On the

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Hijacking blockchain networking

Even though some might think that the golden age of blockchain projects is already over and if the same token sales were happening today there would be no SONM, ToTheMoon or HOQU, I would say that there are still funds to raise and numerous ventures to embark on, but the rules of the game are

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Research: one third of ICO-tokens are not traded anywhere

This year ICO-projects managed to raise more funds than in the previous one. However, 70% of tokens currently cost less than during a token sale. This is stated in the research of the analytical company Diar. In August of this year only 17 ICO campaigns were successfully held. At the same time, in February the

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Poll: community sees bitcoin in the range of $ 8,000- $ 10,000 by the end of 2018

Analytics of Crypto Inferno conducted a survey among subscribers, finding out what rates of BTC they expect by the end of 2018. It turned out that the majority of respondents (29.7%) expect gradual growth to ​​$ 8000- $ 10 000. The second group (18.9%) is even more optimistic and believes that by the end of

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Research: crypto mining does not have a serious impact on the ecology

A researcher at the University of Pittsburgh argues that concerns related to high electricity consumption by miners have no basis. One of the most frequently mentioned flaws of crypto is its high power consumption (thus, being environmentally unfriendly). However, the researcher from the University of Pittsburgh, US Katrina Kelly-Pete, a specialist in the field of

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Research: payments in the Bitcoin Cash are not popular

Analysts of the Chainalysis startup conducted a study of the trade turnover of the major cryptoexchanges. They found a significant decrease in the volume of payments in the Bitcoin Cash currency, Bloomberg reports. Since the beginning of this year, the price of Bitcoin Cash has fallen by about 75%. According to CoinMarketCap, it occupies the

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Deloitte global blockchain research is published: main points

A paper compiled by Deloitte studying blockchain adoption and perception across seven countries has been given to the world. Overall, respondents are extremely bullish on blockchain’s potential, namely its ability to broadly scale and reach mainstream adoption. A majority of pollees also agreed that DLT will disrupt their industry (mainly – car industry, oil & gas

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Research: US is #1 in crypto related crimes

A recent study showed that the United States is the most frequent place of crypto crimes. The IB Group conducted this research with an emphasis on hacking and cyber security. The study showed that more than 50% of crimes related to BTC, occurred in the United States or came from there. Out of 50 botnets

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World’s first cool-liquid computers

Today’s estimates suggest that mining operations are now consuming as much or more electricity than the entire nation of Ireland or Austria. Mostly due to generating too much heat. But is it possible to use all the power of a computer in silence and cold? Yeap. Meet a hardware startup Comino that specializes in energy-efficient

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Users lost access to bitcoins for $ 20 billion, Chainalysis says

Blockchain research startup Chainalysis in its study of bitcoin-wallets has concluded that access to bitcoins worth $20 billion is lost forever. According to the company, the main reason is the loss of private keys for access to purses. Chainalysis senior economist Kim Groer claims that the company will not help users recover lost bitcoins. However,

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Indian women invest in crypto twice as much as man, research says

Despite being a minority among investors, women in India actually spend on cryptocurrency twice more than men do. A recently released survey also found out that the majority of crypto traders are from big cities like Delhi or Mumbai. Female investors are a firm minority in India just like anywhere else. Nevertheless, what sets Indian

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