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France Announces Legal Framework for ICOs

The French government recently passed new legal guidelines to bring some guidance to ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) and cryptocurrency. With the new framework, regulators will now be able to issue permits to companies that want to introduce ICOs. Legal Framework is expected to attract blockchain innovators to France France has been quite agreeable and approachable

France Announces Legal Framework for ICOs

The French government recently passed new legal guidelines to bring some guidance to ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) and cryptocurrency. With the new framework, regulators will now be able to issue permits to companies that want to introduce ICOs. Legal Framework is expected to attract blockchain innovators to France France has been quite agreeable when it

The future of cryptocurrency in five years: A Billion Cryptocurrency Users?

What is the future of cryptocurrency? Cryptocurrency is slowly but steadily entering the mainstream. The promise that it offers for decentralized banking and alternative payment systems is attractive to many, drawing not only investors but also those who believe in its utility.  In fact, the CEO of a major online crypto market platform, Coinbase, opined

Dorsey Trying to Make Twitter More Transparent

  It’s not new for the Chief Executive of Twitter to respond to backlashes, especially after the spread of hate speech on the micro-blogging site. After banning the accounts of far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and Infowars site from the platform temporarily, CEO Jack Dorsey made several press appearances, and indicated his desire to increase

Facebook Faces Criticism from U.K. Lawmakers re Fake News

  A U.K. House of Commons panel recently said that Facebook should not be in a position of marking its own homework regarding fake news.  The committee, which is investigating fake news on the internet, said the reluctance of the social network to disclose information is proof that stricter rules are required to hold social

Facebook Faces Criticism from U.K. Lawmakers

        A U.K. House of Commons panel recently said that Facebook should not be in a position of marking its own homework. The committee, which is investigating fake news on the internet, said the reluctance of the social network to disclose information is proof that stricter rules are required to hold social