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PEOPLE OF CRYPTO WORLD – WALEED ALORINY

Meet Dr. Waleed Aloriny, Chief operating officer and council member of P2P Solutions Foundation. In 1995, Waleed Aloriny graduated from the King Saud University, where he received a bachelor degree in computer science. He completed his Masters in computer Science…

EXPANSION OF BORDERS

The Romanian government supports the crypto industry. For miners, reduced electricity tariffs are proposed here: $0.14 per kWh. Recall that one of the Canadian companies announced investments in the construction of a wind power engineering company for mining in Eastern…

TOURIST BOOM IN SOUTH KOREA

You can book a room with cryptocurrency, and pay bills for tourist services using applications. The major crypto-exchange of South Korea Bithumb has teamed up with Seoul-based Innovation Corp. Thanks to this partnership, more than 50 000 hotels, motels, inns,…

TERRITORY OF DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT

The companies TRON and BitGuild announced their cooperation. Both sides want to fundamentally change the game industry – to strengthen the capabilities of online games using blockchain technologies. BitGuild will create gaming platforms, rebuild the relationship between players, developers, and…

GAMES OF THE SPOTLESS MIND

Millions of bitcoins were disappeared, about which the known rapper 50 Cent has boasted. American singer Curtis Jackson in a new statement for bankruptcy said that he does not own a bitcoin-account or bitcoins. Earlier, the performer was considered one…

INTERVIEW WITH JAMEEL SHARIFF, CEO OF P2PS

Digital exchange is not means safe exchange. So, if you send anything to anyone anywhere it is not protected for sure. Your information exchanged on your so called “private” intranet corporate networks is private just partly. And how this situation…

CYBERCRIME COST THE WORLD $600 BILLION

The crime departs from elementary robbery, blackmail, and extortion. Scammers proceed with crimes in cyberspace. The damage from cybercriminals cost the world $600 billion or 0.8% of the world GDP. The most “harmless” violation for today is black mining. The…