777.BINGO – Games and Entertainment on the Blockchain

Most people associate blockchain with alternative currencies or the newfound hype surrounding Bitcoin. While it is true that the first popular case of decentralized information and value storage was and is Bitcoin, not many people know about the inherent value and benefits of using blockchain technologies.

At its simplest, decentralized apps, or DApps, are applications that run on a network that is not under the control of any one entity. If you think about the …

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What’s Next for Bitcoin

This year sees the 10th anniversary of Satoshi Nakamoto’s revolutionary white paper that put forward the idea of a “cryptocurrency” – monetary transactions that aren’t regulated by a government or financial authority. So it’s incredible to think that it’s only in the past year or so that bitcoin has hit the headlines and been at the forefront of a mainstream conversation about how cryptocurrencies could permanently transform the global financial landscape.

You only have to …

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Blockchain and an Electronic Government

An electronic government (e-government) is one where public authorities use Internet solutions and a basic infrastructure to provide information resources and services to individuals and legal entities to ensure transparency of public sector work and allow interactive decision-making.

The functions of an e-government are to provide support to individuals through Internet portals. To work correctly the following are needed:

– List of services – List of citizens – System for identification – Well-established online payment …

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Blockchain Will Severely Disrupt Retail and E-Commerce

Following the boom of cryptocurrencies in late 2017, blockchain is anticipated to surface as one of the hottest technologies of 2018. It’s no wonder so many companies are jumping on the bandwagon to try and use this new technology to change the way we view the retail and e-commerce industry.

One industry ripe for disruption is the worldwide retail e-commerce industry whose sales are anticipated to top $4 trillion by 2020.

How Can Blockchain…

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Revolutionizing the World of Intellectual Games

The world of intellectual games is on the verge of a revolution.

According to statistics, 97% of players are unable to monetize their winnings and achievements by converting them into fiat money. Those who make attempts often face fraud, loss of earnings and virtual obstacles.

But that is in the past. Worldwide change is coming.

A decentralized gaming PvP platform IQeon is going to become the revolution in the field of intellectual online games. The …

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Stop, Dropdeck, and Roll With this ICO!

Cryptocurrencies are a new and exciting investment option that are increasingly recognized but still not very well understood by the general public.

For persons who do understand the technology – for those “in the know” – now is the best time to invest directly into the market.

A New Industry

As people increasingly understand and become familiar and comfortable with the concept of cryptocurrency, demand will naturally increase, resulting in higher trading values.

Dropdeck is…

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Insane Coin Offerings: Food Token Frenzy

This article is the second in a series about the most absurd Initial Coin Offerings. Read the first article here.

A viral potato salad campaign placed crowdfunded food onto the already-absurd scene of modernity after collecting over $50,000, and crowdfunded food projects are not going away. They’re going cryptographic.

Hungry for a share of the 2010’s crypto-alchemy, many hustlers and copycats have launched coins and tokens for an incredible array of food and …

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Insane Coin Offerings: Cryptography Meets Christ

This article is the first in a series about the most absurd Initial Coin Offerings. Enjoy!

From Johann Tetzel to Joel Osteen, history teaches that mixing money and religion rarely ends well. Cryptocurrency, the newest generation of money, promises an escape from this storied past (along with political and corporate influences) by decentralizing the production of and disintermediating the exchange of money. But cryptographic money is still pervious to the wiles of religious figures attracted …

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