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Nippon Express Developing Blockchain Transport Network

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Nippon Express Developing Blockchain Transport Network
Cointelegraph
 Published Few hours ago
Nippon Express Developing Blockchain Transport Network 
The Japan-based logistics company will be working with Accenture and Intel to develop a transport network that utilizes blockchain. Nippon Express plans to invest up to 100 billion yen approximately one billion USD into a blockchain-based transportation network for pharmaceuticals. The Tokyo-based company intends to develop its own line of drugs starting in 2021, which will require real-time tracking of products through warehouses and status updates for quality control teams. Read Full on Cointelegraph

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Brave Browser Surpasses 4 Million Daily Active Users
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 Published Few hours ago
Brave Browser Surpasses 4 Million Daily Active Users 
Crypto-powered privacy-centered web browser Brave's co-founder and CEO, Brendan Eich announced that the browser’s user base had increased to 12.2 million every month. Further, the browser also has a healthy figure of four million daily active users. The browser has continued to grow its user base since the end of 2019. Browser finished 2019 with 11.2 million monthly active users, up from 8.7 MAU in October 2019. Read Full on twitter

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Report: Only 1% of Transaction in Crypto Was Illicit
Cointelegraph
 Published Today
Report: Only 1% of Transaction in Crypto Was Illicit 
According to Chainalysis’ March 5th webinar, over $1 trillion worth of cryptocurrency transactions took place in 2019 with only 1.1% of them being illicit. Overall, as crypto adoption keeps on growing and the number of use cases for cryptocurrency expands, illicit transactions on a percentage basis, keep diminishing; implying that the industry today is much healthier than in the early days when much of the volume was driven by darknet markets. Read Full on Cointelegraph

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Retail Demand May Force to Approve Bitcoin ETF
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 Published Today
Retail Demand May Force to Approve Bitcoin ETF 
Several investment firm executives have debated the likelihood of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) licensing a U.S.-based Bitcoin (BTC) exchange-traded fund (ETF). Chris Hempstead, the director of institutional business development at ETF and hedge fund provider IndexIQ, predicts that a Bitcoin ETF will come as retail demand for the product grows. Hempstead further predicts cryptocurrency products will become regulated as the sector matures. Read Full on cnbc

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Boeing Uses Blockchain to Track and Sell Aerospace Parts
forbes
 Published Today
Boeing Uses Blockchain to Track and Sell Aerospace Parts 
Aerospace giants Boeing has partnered with multinational aerospace conglomerate Honeywell to use its GoDirect platform to track and sell $1 billion worth of excess airplane parts using blockchain technology. The partnership was revealed at the Hyperledger Global Forum 2020 in Arizona. Lisa Butters, the general manager of Honeywell, stated that the parts were uploaded to the GoDirect Trade marketplace last weekend. Read Full on forbes

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Akon to push forward the utility of Akoin
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 Published Today
Akon to push forward the utility of Akoin 
Akoin, the cryptocurrency platform of the Grammy-award winning artist and producer Akon, announced a partnership with decentralized application, BitMinutes that tokenizes mobile phone minutes. It’ll let people trade mobile minutes between one another. Akoin can be swapped for tokenized airtime—in the form of BMT, BitMinutes’ native token—which in turn can be swapped for real airtime, which can be used to top up mobile phones, or traded on other markets. Read Full on decrypt

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Bitcoin Gets Featured On Netflix Show Altered Carbon
Decrypt
 Published Today
Bitcoin Gets Featured On Netflix Show Altered Carbon 
An episode of the Netflix original Altered Carbon features cryptocurrencies as the means of payment in its fictional version of the year 2400. In the show, the pr

ices of a variety of small items can be seen listed in several different cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH) during a scene where the main characters load up on weaponry. Other listed are two privacy coins, Monero (XMR) and Zcash (ZEC), as well as governance-focused token Decred (DCR). Read Full on Decrypt

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David Schwartz Explains Whether XRP Can Be Destroyed or Not
U.Today
 Published Today
David Schwartz Explains Whether XRP Can Be Destroyed or Not 
David Schwartz, the CTO of blockchain company Ripple, answered some questions about creating or destroying XRP. He explained that validators couldn't simply destroy XRP tokens that are held in the company's escrow wallet. According to Schwartz, nobody can create more tokens because of certain "safeties" in the software that prevent more issuances. XRP owners can lock or destroy their tokens if they want to. Schwartz claimed that changing the rules would require a hard fork. Read Full on U.Today

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US Fed Prints Money Equivalent of 9.8M BTC in 1 Day
Cointelegraph
 Published 1 Day ago
US Fed Prints Money Equivalent of 9.8M BTC in 1 Day 
The U.S. central bank continues inflationary measures to satisfy liquidity demands from lenders, as coronavirus plays havoc with stability. The United States Federal Reserve has funneled the equivalent of half the entire Bitcoin (BTC) supply into the economy but banks want even more money. As the New York Fed confirmed on its website, so-called repurchase operations, or “repos,” totalled $89 billion, approximately 9.8 million BTC on March 5 alone. Read Full on Cointelegraph

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IOTA Will Repay Victims of $1.97 Million Hack happened on Feb 12
Cointelegraph
 Published 1 Day ago
IOTA Will Repay Victims of $1.97 Million Hack happened on Feb 12 
On Feb. 12 Iota (MIOTA) suffered an attack targeting its official desktop wallet. The Iota network went offline on the same day, and has remained down since. On March 6, David Sønstebø, the founder of Iota, revealed that he will personally fully repay all 46 victims of last month’s Iota hack to the tune of 8.52 million MIOTA — worth roughly $1.97 million at the time of writing. IOTA Foundation remains on track to relaunch the network on March 10th. Read Full on Cointelegraph

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