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At least 5 percent of all Monero scooped by Malware Mining

Monero (XMR) is the most popular crypto currency when it comes to using malware to mine. Palo Alto Networks reported that at least 5 percent of all XMR were mined by malware. This corresponds to a value of approximately 90 million euros. […]

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Blockchain in Healthcare – The „Future Workshop“ by Jens Spahn

The Federal Ministry of Health is looking for meaningful applications for blockchain technology. Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn launched an ideas competition at the end of October. Participants can still submit their proposals until 10 December on how the new technology can […]

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Bitcoin Halving – a sign of doom or bloom?

Bitcoin Halving – do we expect a blessing or a catastrophe? Various voices have been raised about this. With the upcoming halving of the Mining Reward, many Bitcoin enthusiasts have the hope that this will take Bitcoin’s price to new heights. But […]

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Limited money supply vs. infinite money supply: No more bank bailouts because of Bitcoin?

Due to the way Bitcoin creates money, its maximum money supply is set at 21 million Bitcoin from the outset. This naturally entails stability and there is no danger of a loss of purchasing power through an expansion of the money supply. […]

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FinHub: New SEC branch office for Bitcoin regulation

Bitcoin, regulation and the SEC: The US Securities and Exchange Commission announced the launch of the Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology on 18 October. The so-called FinHub is an outsourcing of some internal departments at the SEC, which is to […]

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Waste-free thanks to Blockchain

The Philippine authorities want to use blockchain technology in water protection. Their goal is to free the Pasig, which flows through the capital Manila, from plastic waste. For this purpose, the responsible authority Philippines‘ Pasig River Rehabilitation Council (PRRC) has entered into […]

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