Beginner’s Guide to OPET ICO – Complete Review

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a hot topic these days. Just look around you, you ask Siri for directions and Alexa for recommendations on what to buy or what the weather is. If you look at tech giants such as Google or automobile experts such as Tesla, everyone seems to be leveraging this technology to get the most out of it.

Therefore, it is not a surprise to see that blockchain technology, which is being considered as yet another sought-after invention in the years ahead, is slowly adopting AI through new ventures. These potential business explorations focus on bringing the best of these two innovations to the end user, revolutionizing different industries and various business segments in the process.

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The Complete BitPay Review for Beginners

When Bitcoin was first introduced in 2009 with the concept of “digital cash”, it created waves among those who wanted everyday transactions to move to a futuristic system.

The move from conventional to digital transactions would have meant ease of use by cutting back repeated visits to the bank, higher accessibility with payment procedures being just a screen away. In addition, it meant economic freedom from otherwise high execution charges that have always been attributed with international or even large-scale local transfers.

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Europe and North America Dominate List of World’s Most Crypto Friendly Cities

At a time when widespread adoption is thought to be the Holy Grail of cryptocurrency development, a number of cities around the world have quietly distinguished themselves as hubs of crypto-acceptance. From Eastern Europe to North America, these cities are powering the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies by hosting a sizeable concentration of businesses and vendors that accept crypto payments. A new comprehensive ranking by Forbes gives a clear picture of where these crypto-friendly cities are, and a few interesting insights.

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Beginner’s Guide to Exmo – Complete Review

Exmo is a smaller cryptocurrency exchange that was founded in 2013, and is based in the U.K., but has additional offices in Kiev and Moscow, as well as team members located all around the world. When compared with major exchanges like Binance and Huobi it has a small trading volume, but as of July 2018 that’s $34 million per day, making it the 38th largest exchange.

That volume comes because Exmo is worthwhile for some traders as it has certain advantages over other cryptocurrency exchanges. One particular advantage is its fiat currency support, with the exchange accepting EUR, USD, UAH, PLN and RUB. It also has support for Bitcoin, Ethereum and over a dozen other altcoins.

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Dividend Tokens Explained: What are Dividend Tokens

There are a variety of different tokens or coins in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Probably the most well-known are what are known as currency tokens, which act as a store of value and a means of payment. Bitcoin is the most well known of the currency type coins.

The second most used and known token type are the utility tokens. These differ from currency tokens in that they are used to grant holders access to the services or products in a particular network or platform. They are typically multi-functional and work as part of a blockchain. The most well known utility token by far is Ethereum.

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Beginner’s Guide to Huobi – Complete Review

The increased growth of cryptocurrency market has seen many new entries into the exchange arena, but one of the oldest cryptocurrency exchanges is also one of the most popular.

I’m talking about Huobi, a Singapore based cryptocurrency exchange that’s been in operation since 2013. It’s well known for its focus on its clients, and for its independent cryptocurrency analysis. With its global headquarters in Singapore and additional offices in South Korea, Japan and Hong Kong it has a focus on Asian investors. There is a U.S. office in San Francisco, however as of July 2018 Huobi does not accept U.S. customers. Huobi has stated that it is working on offering its services to U.S. clients as quickly as possible.

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