86% of ICO Tokens Now Worth Less than Initial Cryptocurrency Exchange Listing Price

Global professional services firm Ernst & Young (EY) has released a report on the performance of ICOs over the last year, and in keeping with the bear market for cryptocurrency assets, the trend was predictably downward. Just 10 Tokens Count for 99% of All ICO Gains EY released a report on ICOs back in December 2017,

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Potcoin Sponsors Dennis Rodman’s Singapore Visit During Summit Talks

The historic summit between US president Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un just on its own is a multifaceted historic event with plenty to keep the media busy. And yet, somehow we find ourselves with yet more angles to the events in Singapore, with former NBA star player Dennis Rodman doing the

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NBA & NHL Fans Can Now Earn KodakCoins for Taking In-Game Photos

Kodak, the company that was synonymous with photography for over a century, was almost entirely written off when digital technologies rendered Kodak’s chemical processes obsolete. Kodak’s fear of digital technology goes back to the 1970s, when an engineer working in house for Kodak came up with a prototype of a digital camera. Kodak’s management squashed

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NBA & NHL Fans Can Now Earn KodakCoins for Taking In-Game Photos

Kodak, the company that was synonymous with photography for over a century, was almost entirely written off when digital technologies rendered Kodak’s chemical processes obsolete. Kodak’s fear of digital technology goes back to the 1970s, when an engineer working in house for Kodak came up with a prototype of a digital camera. Kodak’s management squashed

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Japanese Cryptocurrency Monacoin Hit by Selfish Mining Attack

Between May 13th and 15th, Monacoin, a cryptocurrency developed in Japan, appears to have suffered from a network attack that caused roughly $90,000 in damages. The attack appears to have been a selfish mining attack, where one miner successfully mines a block on the blockchain but does not broadcast the new block to other miners.

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