Richard Branson: Blockchain Is an ‘Economic Revolution

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Virgin Group founder and billionaire entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson is a huge supporter of blockchain technology. While talking to the press on October 3, Branson said the tech could bring an “economic revolution” to many nations worldwide. Sir Richard Branson Praises Blockchain Land Registry Bitcoin and blockchain technology is a keen interest for Sir Richard Branson. This week, Branson chatted with the media concerning blockchain technology’s many potentials. To make his point, Branson referred to the recent partnership between Bitfury and Hernando de Soto, who are trialing a land titling distributed ledger platform. Bitfury and the Peruvian economist aim to work with the Republic of Georgia’s National Agency of Public Registry. The project aims to deploy blockchain technology to create a better land titling system, with transparent and immutable attributes. In developing countries, land titles are often manipulated, forged, and taken from their rightful owners. At the Virgin Disruptors event this week in London, Branson told attendees: If you take somewhere like Egypt, 90 percent of people have got houses, they’ve got a garden, but they’ve got no piece of paper to show ownership of that — And without ownership of your property, it’s almost impossible to start a business or get a bank loan …

Uphold Launches Litecoin And iOS App

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The financial service provider, Uphold, has launched its long-awaited iOS app and adding Litecoin to its list of supported currencies, precious metals, and cryptocurrencies, bringing its total number to 29 currencies, 4 commodities and 3 cryptocurrencies. Uphold iOS app Uphold, the “cloud based financial service platform that enables anyone, anywhere to move, convert, hold and transact in any form of money or commodity instantly and securely”, announced on 28th April that it was launching its iOS to allow users to access a multitude of functionalities on the go. Through the app, users will be able to: Send money to anyone, anywhere, in any supported currency, instantly and for free Convert funds between any of the supported currencies – including three cryptocurrencies and four precious metals Buy, sell, hold and send bitcoin Fund accounts via bitcoin Verify recent transactions Transfer value instantly between Money Cards, hold funds in any various currencies In-store bitcoin payments anywhere bitcoin is accepted by scanning a QR code Receive payments in bitcoin via an in app QR code For iOS developers, Uphold has also launched an iOS SDK, and for Android users, there is already an Uphold app on the Google Play store The Uphold iOS …


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This page compares and reviews the best Bitcoin wallets available today Since almost every other day a new Bitcoin wallet comes out a lot of beginners are having a hard time deciding what’s the best Bitcoin wallet for them. We decided to create an easy to use comparison table which will allow you to choose your wallet according to key features such as security, privacy, user friendliness etc.   Coinbase Bitcoin wallet review Summary: Coinbase is the leading exchange service today in buying and selling Bitcoins. It was founded in 2012 and since then has received over US$31 million in venture capital funding. The Bitcoin exchange service is available in 19 countries around the world. Their Online wallet is beginners friendly but the fact that the company holds your funds is can be somewhat risky. Having said that Coinbase has recently launched their Vault service which denies the company control over your funds. Pros: Beginner friendly, ability to add funds from within the wallet. Established and respectable company. Cons: Company has some control over your funds (depends if you’re using Vault). Not supported worldwide (yet). Click here to visit the Coinbase’s website Bitcoin wallet review Summary: The most popular Bitcoin wallet today, allows …

A Very Generous Happy BTC Birthday Gift To Me From 7BitCasino

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GetDotBit Has Registered Over 700 Decentralized .Bit Domain Names, and Counting

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Daniel Ternyak, CEO and founder of the “no nonsense” .bit domain name registrar GetDotBit, launched his project on April 23. Since then, he has offered no-cost registrations to his customers for their first domain name. Over 700 .bit domains have been registered so far, and he says an end date for the free registrations is “not yet” planned. He continues: “Anyone even remotely interested in Namecoin should go grab [a .bit domain].” CoinTelegraph spoke with Ternyak to find out about the benefits, besides little to no financial cost for the registration, of owning a .bit website. CoinTelegraph: How would you describe GetDotBit to someone who might not know about .bit domains? Daniel Ternyak: GetDotBit allows for easy purchase of .bit domain names. The extension .bit is similar to .com, except it runs on a blockchain network. It’s the Bitcoin of DNS [domain name system]. CT: How many people have actually created a .bit website after registering a domain name? DT: Most people haven’t. .bit is tricky to set up. There are less than 30 actual websites built on the .bit TLD [top-level domain]. We’ve got 707 domains registered, and 698 users. There’s no way to know how many websites are …