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NexChange Interview Series: Dr. Larry Sanger (Part 2/2)
In this episode of the NexChange Interview Series, we have Part Two of our exclusive interview with Wikipedia co-founder Dr. Larry Sanger. In Part One, Dr. Sanger shared his thoughts on Wikipedia and his current blockchain-based project, Everipedia. Here, Dr. Sanger talks about blockchain, decentralization, and tokenization. Have a gander: Transcript: Olga Yaroshevsky: Do you think that blockchain is able
Why Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency Launch May Never Happen
Image source: Facebook Newsroom Facebook excited the cryptocurrency market last month by announcing plans to launch Libra, its own blockchain-based payment system. Since then, numerous concerns have been raised in multiple countries, and now a regulatory document even states that Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency launch might never happen. Facebook said in its latest quarterly report to the Securities and Exchange Commission
Hong Kong Awards Digital Asset Custody License to Aegis Custody
After handing out a handful of virtual banking licenses, Hong Kong has issued its first digital asset custodian license. Aegis Custody, a Fosun-backed digital asset financial services company, has had its digital asset custody business licensed by the Hong Kong Companies Registry of Trust and Company Services Providers, according to a statement. The company’s Founder and CEO, Serra Wei, said
'Fastest Crypto Exchange In The World' Released To Retail Market
The crypto wallet Blockchain announced Tuesday that it has launched The PIT, an institutional-grade crypto exchange with microsecond-latency. “The current crypto exchange market is outdated, broken, and skewed against users. We got tired of waiting for a new entrant to deliver the performance today’s traders demand,” Peter Smith, Blockchain's CEO and co-founder, said in a statement. Read more at Benzinga. Photo: JD
UK FCA’s Final Guidance On Crypto Assets: What It Means For You
As you may know, today the UK Financial Conduct Authority published its final guidance on crypto assets, defining what tokens come under its jurisdiction, classifying what it considers the 3 main types of tokens: Security, E-Money and Unregulated tokens. mohamed_hassan / Pixabay In response to the report, a number of experts in the space have provided their insights, which can be seen
Six Years Since The First ICO And The Shift To STOs
On July 31, 2013, J.R. Willett launched the first ever ICO, Mastercoin (now Omni), and tomorrow will mark 6 years since this monumental occasion. Looking at the last 6 years, it’s evident that the industry has matured and the very nature of fundraising within the blockchain space has changed. We’ve witnessed a slight shift away from ICOs: as evidenced in
Data Standardization Is Critical To Drive Efficiency Into Food Supply Chains
Food supply chains are often plagued with a lack of visibility and transparency, extending from the farm to the fork. The primary reason for these issues is the way food is being sourced. Food sourcing is now truly global, with produce being shipped from different corners of the world and stocked in supermarkets, moving through the hands of several stakeholders
Blockchain Technology Could Be The Future Of Private Equity
Private equity has become one of the most popular alternative assets over the last couple of years, but investing in PE is complex because there is no secondary market for it. However, one expert suggests security tokens based on a blockchain could solve some of the issues keeping many investors out of the PE space. Thus, blockchain technology could one
Report: Verizon Hiring Blockchain Engineers
Verizon Communications Inc. VZ is reportedly hiring for blockchain-related jobs. The job openings suggest the telecom may be building a product centered on privacy, security and payments, according to the publication The Block. Read more at Benzinga. Photo: Sarah Stierch (CC BY 4.0)
NexChange Interview Series: Dr. Larry Sanger (Part 1/2)
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In this episode of the NexChange Interview Series, we give you an exclusive interview with Wikipedia co-founder Dr. Larry Sanger, who shares his thoughts on his famous creation and his current blockchain-based project, Everipedia, with NexChange’s Olga Yaroshevsky. Here’s Part One: Transcript: Olga Yaroshevsky: I don’t want to start with the Wikipedia. Dr. Larry Sanger: Good! OY: Let’s start with