3 Cryptocurrencies Likely to Beat Bitcoin for the Week of April 23

The market has finally turned bullish and there seem to be many diamonds in the rough left for finding. There are many major conferences coming up which is a very positive sign heading into summer. This week has a few specific cryptocurrencies which can yield significant returns in the near future. These cryptocurrencies include ZCL, ARY, and HIRE. State of the Market  The price of BTC is still down over 50 percent since the highs

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Rappers, Ravens and Lord of the Rings: In Crypto Coin Game, ‘Dope’ Names Pay

A ‘Lord of the Rings’ reference in several crypto projects illustrates a coming land grab on the finite amount of “cool” names.

Entersoft – a New Weapon in the Fight Against ICO Scams?

Brisbane-based platform Entersoft is providing comprehensive security solutions for the ICO industry, saving these companies from the threat of hacks and scams. Even though 2017 was the year of the crypto, the ICO industry enjoyed a major ripple effect. Startups were springing up and raising millions in just a few hours, or even minutes. Everybody wanted to be a part of the digital revolution, and rightly so. However, along with this interest in ICOs, came the

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A week in tweets: Buterin claims his second “fraud” victim

What have Vitalik Buterin and Deepak Chopra in common? Absolutely nothing apparently, and he let it be known in some entertaining tweets that he doesn’t want his Ethereum community to be associated with the New Age spiritual leader.

Tax Attorney: Blockchain Immutability ‘Does Make The IRS Smile’ (Interview)

Bitcoinist spoke with Alexander Stern, legal attorney and founder of Attorney IO, to unpack the complexities related to Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies taxes, potential loopholes for users, and how the IRS can easily track individuals using Bitcoin compared to fiat currencies.  The fact that a lot of this is on a blockchain (and cannot be tampered with) does make the IRS smile. – Alexander Stern Bitcoinist: First, how and for how long has your law firm

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