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#11
R3 Researcher: Central Bank Blockchain Could Go Live In 2018

South Korea's first major blockchain conference saw discussion of the possibility of a central bank cryptocurrency Wednesday.
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#13
There's a Facebook Alternative, It's Called Self-Sovereign Identity.

Following the Cambridge Analytics election scandal, the meme #DeleteFacebook is widely circulating, leading to the next question, "what is the alternative?"

The answer isn't a "new, better" platform - it's an open standards-based infrastructure that centers on people and enables a whole new ecosystem to flourish.

Self-sovereign identity puts people in charge their own digital identities. It means that individuals have choice and sovereignty over their digital selves to the same degree we have control over our physical selves. This aligns with the fact that we all have inherent dignity that does not come from being born in a certain place or with certain attributes other than being human.
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#15
‘Bubble’ or Not, Billionaire George Soros is Set to Start Trading Cryptocurrencies.

George Soros thinks cryptocurrencies are a bubble. He’s about to start trading them anyway.

The billionaire investors and business magnate won’t be trading them personally, of course, but Bloomberg reports that Adam Fisher — who runs Soros Fund Management’s macro investing operation — has secured internal approval to begin trading cryptoassets.

Fisher reportedly received the go-ahead to begin trading cryptocurrencies sometime during the last few months, which is notable given public statements Soros made about cryptoassets during the same period.
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#17
Cryptocurrency Entrepreneur to Frantic Investors: Chill Out, Bitcoin Is Here to Stay.

Bitcoin holders who are panicking about its wild recent price swings should wake up and smell the blockchain. Crypto is here to stay, says Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency entrepreneur Dave Chapman.

Chapman said bitcoin’s erratic price jumps and the angst surrounding escalating regulatory scrutiny is just par for the course whenever something new comes to market. We’ve been here before, he said. Like when the Internet first became a thing. Or when Facebook and Twitter first launched.
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#18
LA Dodgers Minor Leaguer Retires At 22 to Launch Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund for Athletes.

Move over, Baby Boomers and Gen-Xers. Tyler Adkison, a cryptocurrency hedge fund CEO, says cryptocurrencies are the wave of the future that will be ushered in by Millennials.

Adkison, 22, recently retired as a minor league baseball player with the Los Angeles Dodgers to launch a crypto hedge fund focused exclusively on athletes. Despite skepticism from people around him because of the unstable nature of the virtual currency market, Tyler is excited about this new chapter of his life.
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#20
'Bitcoin Day' Proves Argentina's Crypto Love Is Alive and Well.

Bitcoin may not yet have "conquered" Argentina, but it's certainly making in-roads.

That much was obvious last week at "Bitcoin Day" in Buenos Aires, where 500 attendees took part in an event aimed at serving a growing demand for information on the technology. Held in the heart of the city's Almagro neighborhood, the conference served a reminder of how the country is still the leader in regional adoption, even if other developments in Latin America (like Colombia's possible petro cryptocurrency) may have stolen the spotlight of late.
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