How a blockchain startup with 1M users is working to break your Google habit

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The antitrust argument that says big tech needs breaking up to stop platforms abusing competition and consumers in a two-faced role as seller and (manipulative) marketplace may only just be getting going on a mainstream political stage — but startups … Continued

Feds like cryptocurrencies and blockchain tech and so should antitrust agencies

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Thibault Schrepel study that relates the positive effects of cryptocurrencies for privacy protection. Even with the precipitous decline in value of Bitcoin, Ethereum and other currencies, the Federal Reserve author emphasized the new competitive offering these currencies created exactly because of … Continued

YouTube and Facebook Are Losing Creators to Blockchain-Powered Rivals

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YouTube followers, but they can’t see most of his new videos there. To get 46 of the 71 weightlifting and competitive-eating videos he’s posted in the past two months, fans have to use DTube. It looks a lot like YouTube, … Continued

Is Your Blockchain Business Doomed?

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ideal for virtual currencies and some applications in insurance, health care, and other industries—and a thorny problem for a new European law on privacy. Under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, companies will be required to Hogan Lovells said … Continued

Bitcoin May Split 50 Times in 2018 as Forking Craze Mounts

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Bitcoin God arrived last month. Bitcoin Pizza was delivered in January. Bitcoin Private’s issuance date is… still a secret. They’re just a few of the growing stable of so-called forks — a type of spinoff in which developers clone Bitcoin’s … Continued