Telecom Giant China Mobile Is Developing a Blockchain Water Purifier

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A water purifier launched by China Mobile is connected to the internet of things and will reward usage with crypto tokens.

The Biggest Problem for ICOs? In 2018, It Was Their Own Investors

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Hashed CEO Simon Seojoon Kim looks at the inherent limitations of ICOs, in particular the belief that “anyone can invest in an initial project.”

Free Software Messiah Richard Stallman: We Can Do Better Than Bitcoin

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Richard Stallman, founder of the free software movement, is building a privacy-focused cryptographic payments system, but says it’s not a cryptocurrency.

DOJ’s Rosenstein: Regulators Can’t Let Criminals ‘Hide Behind’ Crypto

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Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein called for a multinational approach to regulating cryptocurrencies Sunday.

Forbes Partners With Civil to Publish Content on a Blockchain

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Forbes will begin publishing article metadata to Civil’s blockchain platform starting next year, the companies announced Tuesday.

Ripple Event Reveal: 3 Companies Are Now Using XRP for Real Payments

Ripple Event Reveal: 3 Companies Are Now Using XRP for Real Payments

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During Ripple’s annual Swell conference, CEO Brad Garlinghouse announced three firms that will use XRP in commercial cross-border payments.

Walmart Tells Produce Suppliers to Use Blockchain by Next September

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Walmart will begin tracking leafy greens using IBM’s blockchain technology starting late next year, the company announced Monday.

SEC Moves to Make Decision on VanEck-SolidX Bitcoin ETF Proposal

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is now weighing whether to approve the nation’s first bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund.

New York AG Report Faults Crypto Exchanges for Manipulation Risks

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The NY Attorney General’s Office stated that many crypto exchanges cannot monitor abusive trading activity, and referred 3 for potential violations.