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Survey Says: Some People Would Rather Date Felons Than Crypto Investors
Are you single and searching for your soul mate? Do you have all your savings in cryptocurrencies? Well tough luck broseph because according to a recent survey, some people would rather date Tyrone Biggums than you! Take it away, CreditCoin: Surprisingly, the majority of respondents would choose to date someone who is divorced with a child over someone who has
Dennis Rodman is in Singapore For the Historic U.S./North Korea Summit - and to Promote a Marijuana Cryptocurrency
All eyes are on Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un this week as the two leaders meet in Singapore for a historic discussion on nuclear disarmament. While we wait to see whether the two volatile leaders will be able to reach an agreement on nuclear weapons, there is one man who might be able to bring the two men together: Former
ExoLover is Using the Blockchain to Improve Our Sex Lives
For those of us who are excited by the potential for blockchain technology to innovate nearly all aspects of our lives, ExoLover is perhaps all the proof we need to feel that our excitement is warranted. That's because the Australia-based firm has taken the blockchain into a brave new world that we're pretty sure has not previously been traversed: The
eSports is a Booming Business and VReS is Building a Platform to Make it More Immersive For Fans
Video games have come a long way since the days when Atari was the dominant gaming system and playing with a group of fellow gamers meant grabbing a roll of quarters at your local arcade. The gaming systems today have become more powerful and immersive, greatly expanding the possibilities of the gaming experience through the incorporation of virtual reality. If
How Dona-Partners is Using the Blockchain to Enhance Transparency in the Charitable Donation Market
One of the obvious questions one may have when making a charitable donation is a very basic one: How exactly is my money being used? Enter dona-Partners Limited, a Hong Kong-based startup that is developing its blockchain-powered "Dona platform" that looks inject transparency in the donation market, while also developing a community connected through sharing information and reviews of charitable
Forget Crypto: eSports Might Be Where it's at For Nvidia and AMD
Cryptocurrency has grabbed headlines in the semiconductor world in the past year, as demand for GPUs from miners created a shortage in the market and prompted retailers to drive prices through the roof. Semiconductor stocks like Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) and NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) have been feeling some short-term pain from slumping crypto demand. However, Bernstein analysts
Experts: It's Time to Freak Out About Artificial Intelligence - Or Not
When it comes to the potential dangers that artificial intelligence poses to our way of life as a human species, no one has been more outspoken than Elon Musk. The man who has utilized technology to help change the way we make payments or drive cars or maybe someday travel to space, has a view of AI that is often
Report: GPS Tracker Used By Fitbit and Other Wearables is Exposing Sensitive U.S. Military Info
A GPS tracker found in Fitbit and other wearable devices has been exposing "highly sensitive information" about the locations and movements of soldiers at military bases in the United States, the Washington Post reports. The activity and whereabouts of the soldiers is being exposed by a Global Heat Map published by the GPS tracking company Strava, according to the Post,
Mark Cuban Says Dallas Mavericks Will Allow Fans to Buy Tickets With Cryptocurrencies Next Season
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says that his team will allow fans to purchase tickets next season using cryptocurrencies, as Bloomberg reports. Cuban revealed the franchise's decision in response to a person on Twitter who asked him when the Mavericks would allow fans to buy tickets through bitcoin. He later confirmed the news to Bloomberg, adding that the organization would
10 Ways AI Has Made Your Life Easier, Via Your Smartphone
One of the fastest growing areas of interest throughout 2017 was artificial intelligence and 2018 will likely see new AI-themed products hit the market. What You Need To Know Many consumers aren't aware of the extent to which artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies already help us in our daily lives, Statista said. In fact, Deloitte's Global Mobile Consumer Survey