The Darknet’s Largest Marketplace Is Closing – But a Replacement Is on Its Way

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After more than five years of business, Dream is preparing to close its doors. The darknet marketplace (DNM) will shut up shop within a month, before relaunching under a new name and onion domain. The move has caused jitters withinRead More

Supercharge Your BCH Workflow With Bitcoin.com’s SLP and Badger SDKs

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Last summer, Bitcoin.com launched a developer suite so Bitcoin Cash (BCH) programmers could have access to a slew of resources, tools, and software development kits (SDK). At the time, the web portal contained three key tools for blockchain programmers: theRead More

Manufacturing Giants Bitmain and Canaan Announce Second-Generation Miners

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On March 29, the two largest mining rig manufacturers, Canaan Creative and Bitmain Technologies, announced the sale of their next generation devices that process the SHA-256 algorithm. Both firms are gearing up to sell the new products this spring asRead More

New Crypto-Friendly Banking and Payment Services Launch in the UK and Russia

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Two companies from different parts of Europe have recently announced new products that cater to the financial needs of businesses in the crypto industry. The services range from opening bank accounts to providing payment processing solutions. Developers say they willRead More

Book Flights and Hotels With BCH and 6 Other Coins at Bitcoin.Travel

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The number of travel websites accepting cryptocurrencies has been growing with the popularity of digital coins. One well-established platform, Bitcoin.travel, now supports payments in seven cryptos, including bitcoin cash (BCH). Also read: Cryptojobs Is a Platform With 1,300 Vacancies inRead More

Covert data-scraping on watch as EU DPA lays down “”radical” GDPR red-line

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An interesting decision came out of Poland’s data protection agency this week after the watchdog issued its first fine under Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). On the surface the enforcement doesn’t look so remarkable: A ‘small’ ~€220K fine wasRead More

Here’s Everything That Happened In Another Week Of Interminable Brexit Hell

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In which a Tory MP votes to remain, becomes a Brexiteer, votes against the deal, votes for the deal, suggests he doesn’t back the deal, and then votes for it again. View Entire Post ›