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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Why you'll want to accept as true with accepting bitcoin as fee for your business

Bitcoin image xx2345E-commerce is a thriving industry and bitcoin is doing lots to improve it. With its peer-to-peer point at coronary heart, it has by no means been easier to buy bitcoin  and spend bitcoin i n online shops, ordering something your heart wants. There are also dissimilar how to earn bitcoin comparable to bitcoin affiliate classes and earning by the use of buying and selling.


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This present day, more and more agencies are starting to settle for bitcoin as price. which you could buy issues like furnishings, food, and agree with it or now not, you also can buy things like submarines, wooly mammoth tusks, and tickets to space. no longer simplest that, which you can use bitcoin for greater practical issues like paying your taxes and even donating to charity. With that being talked about, when if you happen to, as a enterprise proprietor, beginning to accept as true with accepting bitcoin as fee? without a doubt, you should definitely beginning given that it at this time because it's a turning out to be move that any individual would be blissful to be a part of.
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Have I got you hooked on the conception of accepting bitcoins as payment? well cling your horses, let me be fair and tell you why it may be on your finest pastime. here are just a few the explanation why you should definitely at the least consider accepting bitcoin as payment in your online goods and/or features.

It's relaxed
Bitcoin transactions are one of the most relaxed transactions on earth. here is as a result of every peer-to-peer transaction is recorded on a public ledger for everybody to look. youngsters wallet addresses are viewed, the identities of the senders and recipients are purposely obscured. There are complicated cryptographic hashes in region to maintain any undesirable visitors from manipulating the transaction information. KYC/AML legal guidelines are additionally being applied to further relaxed wallets and debts.

Bitcoin is borderless not like typical financial techniques, you gained't need to pay a buttload of costs just to send funds internationally. Accepting bitcoin as price may boost overseas sales for you as well as make funds less demanding for each you and the client. With this perk, which you can widen your market, enabling for more earnings to your company.

The transaction prices are decrease
Going lower back to the comparisons with usual banking methods, bitcoin transactions require fewer expenses. The numerous charges that banks can charge can get a little out of hand every now and then. There are checking account charges, minimum balance charges, overdraft costs, back deposit costs, complicated replica observation charges, ATM costs… do I dare go on? The aspect is, these costs can get a bit strenuous. happily for us, bitcoin transactions don't have lots of these charges. I'm not trying to deceive you, there are prices on bitcoin transactions (reminiscent of escrow and miner's fee) however it's greatly less in comparison to those of banks.

The neighborhood is strong
With it being a bit over 10 years old now, the bitcoin community has grown to be the biggest and most passionate among all the other cryptocurrency communities. The americans who have been mining and investing in bitcoin given that the birth can be willing and excited to make alterations to their buying habits, above all if it ability making the cryptocurrency extra commonplace. Accepting bitcoin as price can be a way to exhibit appreciation for the passionate community… and it might might be even boost your earnings.

The way to get all started with bitcoin funds have you ever now come to the conclusion that it could basically be a good suggestion for you to start accepting bitcoins? right here just a few methods which you can get all started:

Beginning with a small signal if you aren't basically expecting loads of individuals to rush in with their bitcoins able to pay, you can delivery with a small signal or banner on the aspect of your site. you can then ask customers to contact you directly if they are looking to pay with bitcoins. if you're planning to do this method, I indicate that you locate a great escrow provider to mediate your transactions with purchasers (here is to steer clear of both party from being scammed).

On-line store funds
There are loads of online charge intermediaries that may support you set up your bitcoin shop. they can aid you deploy a "pay with bitcoin" button that streamlines the price manner. in case you use these intermediaries, you're given just a few strains of HTML code so you might have embedded onto your web page. although you don't emerge as receiving too many bitcoin funds, it doesn't harm the company to have it install.

Preserve your priorities in verify  no matter if or now not you've been satisfied to start accepting bitcoins as charge or now not, remember to make certain, as a company proprietor, that your whole other priorities are in assess. This capability that accepting bitcoin payments shouldn't be your excellent precedence unless you're fully sure that everything else is so as. It'll all rely on you and what sort of enterprise you run but all the time make sure to listen to your valued clientele out and put their convenience and customer journey earlier than the rest. The element is, accepting bitcoins as price isn't truly a make-or-ruin choice so don't treat it like one.

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Be certain to do all of your research cautiously before making any rash choices because if you don't, it may mean some major losses for you and your company.

Monday, July 30, 2018

ATM that exchanges cash for bitcoins opens in Canada

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The machine inaugurated Tuesday, delivered to Vancouver in Western Canada by Robocoin, an American manufacturer, stands against a wall of a popular coffee shop, and resembles an ordinary cash ATM.

However, instead of cash transactions it swaps Canadian dollars for bitcoins, the virtual currency of the Internet invented in 2008 by an anonymous computer scientist known only by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.
Customers lined up Tuesday to use the ATM, then used their smart phones to buy coffee and muffins at the Waves coffee shop.

The ATM is the world's first, said co-owner Mitchel Demeter, a local entrepreneur who started trading in bitcoins several years ago, then earlier this year with two partners set up Bitcoiniacs, a Vancouver storefront money exchange.

He and his friends, who were high school students together, said they saw ATMs as a business opportunity. "Nobody had an ATM, everyone was buying and selling on websites," said Demeter.
Customers use a private key - like a bank PIN number - to access their online account of bitcoins on the ATM.

They withdraw cash equivalents (the conversion rate is currently about one bitcoin for $200) from their bitcoins, or deposit cash bills. The machine transfers the money on the Internet via the Canadian VirtEx exchange.
Users can then spend their bitcoins with a smartphone, in a similar way to the way interact or credit cards are used, or by transferring the money to purchase goods online.
"It's the currency of the Internet, as real as any other," said Demeter.

The volatile currency is as yet unregulated by any government in the world, and it has had a share of notoriety by being used in the drug trade.
Germany, however, became the first country in the world earlier this year to declare bitcoins a "private currency."

And earlier this month investors were startled when a senior investment officer with giant hedge fund Fortress Investment Group said bitcoins could be used as a cheaper way of transferring money in countries with weak banking systems, the Financial Times reported.
In Vancouver, bitcoins are accepted by some 15 local businesses, from coffee shops to a landscaping business.

Bitcoins are also increasingly common in several hotspots around the world, especially San Francisco, Berlin, and Argentina, and accepted by online companies such as Wordpress.
David Lowy, a city businessman who used his smart phone to transfer .0101 bitcoins to the Waves barista, for a cup of dark coffee worth $2 (Canadian), said Vancouver was a likely candidate to claim the first bitcoin ATM because the wealthy city is popular with Internet entrepreneurs.

One of the ATM's first customers was Mike Yeung, a business student at the city campus of Simon Fraser University, where he helped set up a university bitcoin club, one of a handful of such clubs in the world.
The club's mission "is to educate people about bitcoin so they can adopt bitcoins in their everyday lives," he said.

"I think bitcoins are the wave of the future, because they provide maximum value and efficiency," said Yeung.

Once bitcoins are more established, Yeung predicted, they will commonly be used to send money around the world cheaply, the way the Internet allows people to talk with each other on apps such as Skype.
He gestured at the new machine in the coffee shop. "The ATM is a step forward."

To 2018 and Beyond,

As much as 45 percent of the jobs that currently exist in the United States will be taken over by computers or artificial intelligence systems by 2045

As much as 45 percent of U.S. jobs will be taken over by computers or AI systems by 2045.
Illustration by Lisa Larson-Walker.

It's the end of the year, which means it's prediction season—when pundits put forth their perennial prognostications about all that shall be in the following 365 days and beyond.
Like any announcement that must compete for human attention in the public sphere, the strange, bold, and surprising predictions gather the most notice.

We at the Futurist magazine love predictions, but we consider them statements as much about the speaker and the time in which she lives as about the future. With that in mind, we have assembled a list of more than 30 predictions made in 2013, originating from researchers, A-list actors, and industry titans. In many of these, the person who is making the prediction is as significant as what is being said. With each, we've included a big "but" or countertrend that could get in the way.

The final list is available from the Futurist magazine. But here are 10 of my personal favorites from the past 12 months.

1. As much as 45 percent of the jobs that currently exist in the United States will be taken over by computers or artificial intelligence systems by 2045.
Why it's a strong prediction: Yes, it's bad news. But the difference between peril and opportunity is the time available to plan. Would you rather hear that half of the jobs in the United States will be gone in the next five minutes?
The team at Oxford ran detailed models on 702 different occupations to assess the effects of computerization on U.S. labor. This report jibes with previous statements from other experts. Most technology that's disruptive to labor has historically produced net employment gains within 10 years. Some economists, most notably Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, have suggested that the trend may soon reverse and that increased productivity through technology could begin to hurt—rather than help—long-term employment. It's one reason why even libertarians are warming to the idea of a guaranteed income for everybody.

At least the Oxford folks had a hopeful takeaway: "Wages and educational attainment exhibit a strong negative relationship with an occupation's probability of computerization." So the smarter you are, the safer your job.
BUT: The 19th century was also filled with anxious futurists. Karl Marx, heavily influenced by the Luddites, was a tech historian and was forever fretting about unemployment through automation, as Amy Wendling describes in her book Karl Marx on Technology and Alienation. Even Mark Twain, in Life on the Mississippi, bemoans a future in which automation takes away every man's livelihood and dignity. "Half a dozen sound-asleep steamboats where I used to see a solid mile of wide-awake ones! This was melancholy, this was woeful. The absence of the pervading and jocund steamboatman from the billiard saloon was explained. He was absent because he is no more. His occupation is gone, his power has passed away."

Yet history shows that the process of industrialization in the 1900s produced more employment and broad-based economic gains than it destroyed. The premise that automation and computerization are destined to be job killers remains controversial among some very smart people. Robert Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, for one, takes issue with McAfee and Brynjolfsson's conclusion, arguing on the MIT Technology Review website that "far from being doomed by an excess of technology, we are actually at risk of being held back by too little technology." Atkinson's own prediction: By 2023, the United States will have 5 percent more jobs than today.

Bottom line: The best way to plan for either future, be it the one in which your career has been lost to a robot or the one in which automation continues to create jobs, is to get smarter about technology. If you're in a rush, 2014 could be the year to pick up an in-demand programming language like Java. Alternatively, you could take the advice that Google research director Peter Norvig laid out in this 2001 essay and dedicate the next 10 years to learning programing. After all, you've got some time.

2. Massive amounts of algae for food and fuel will be grown in places that we today consider wasteland.
Who made it: Jason Quinn, of Utah State University, speaking at the Algae Biomass Summit, in Orlando, Fla., in September. Quinn modeled the algae-producing capacity of 4,388 places around the globe. He told me that "the total lipid oil yield for the world using just non-arable land is 48,719 billion liters per year."

Why it's a strong prediction: For years, halophytic (saltwater) algae have been called the super fuel of the future. On paper, it's an extremely attractive replacement for oil. Yes, to run your car on alga, you have to burn it, which might not smell great. But it's a plant, so you can mitigate the CO2 you are releasing into the environment by growing more algae than you're burning. Also, it doesn't use up valuable freshwater. That's extremely important in a future world where a majority of the human population lives in a water-stressed environment.

Furthermore, you can grow algae in places where you can't grow conventional crops. As Dennis Bushnell, chief scientist at the NASA Langley Research Facility, wrote for the Futurist, "The Great Salt Lake could conceivably be turned into an algae pond to produce something on the order of $250 billion a year in bio fuels. People are looking at turning parts of the Pacific Ocean off of South America into algae ponds." Even the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, synonymous with oil wealth, has announced that it will begin to produce 30,000 tons of algae by 2014 (though it's intended for food, not fuel).
BUT: People have been looking for a scalable algae fuel model for more than a century. The firm Pike Research has forecast that the global algae biofuel industry will likely be producing just 61 million gallons per year by 2020, a far cry from an amount sufficient to replace petroleum.

One notable skeptic of a fast and easy path to full commercialization also happens to be the man carrying out the field's most innovative research: geneticist J. Craig Venter. In a 2011 interview, Venter told Scientific American writer David Biello, "These are huge challenges. Nobody has the yields, that I'm aware of, to make it economical—and, if it's not economical, it can't compete. It's going to be the ones with scientific innovation and deep-pocket partners that can see to making the long term investment to get someplace."

Venter is currently in a $600 million deal with Exxon Mobil to genetically engineer a form of halophytic algae that grows at a much lower cost than algae that exists naturally. If he succeeds, the world's energy landscape would be transformed overnight. "It's a 10-year plan," he cautions. "We're not promising new fuel for your car in the next 18 months."
Bottom line: A decade from now, algae may transform how we run our growing cities, cars, and gadgets. But for now you're still responsible for your own carbon footprint.
3. We are approaching a post-antibiotic era.
Who made it: Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on The Diane Rehm Show, Sept. 18.
Why it's a strong prediction: Every year, 2 million people get sick—and at least 23,000 people die—from infections that have turned drug-resistant, according to the CDC. There's evidence that overuse of antibiotics (not only in people but also in animals) is terrible for you even if you don't get an infection. It can harm everything from the helpful bacteria that live in your gut (your microbiome) to your DNA.

But a little DNA-denting may be the least of our worries. The CDC is more focused on preventing another Black Death. One consequence of the overuse of antibiotics is the continued spread of the "nightmare" carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) bacteria to more hospitals and health facilities. A CRE infection has a mortality rate of 50 percent when the germ infects the bloodstream.
BUT: It's not too late. Every hospital needs an antibiotic stewardship program, says Frieden.
Bottom line: One of the most common ways we treat illnesses today will soon be doing us more harm than good. You may want to pay more attention to the antibiotics that go into your food, and into you.
4. "New technologies could allow astronauts to live off the land as they explore the ancient valleys of Mars. The capability to manufacture breathable air, rocket fuel, water and more may forever change how we explore space."

Who made it: Jason Crusan, director of NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems Division, in a Sept. 27 press release.

Why it's an important prediction: The quote speaks to the ambitions of the Mars 2020 mission, which is itself part of President Barack Obama's goal of sending astronauts to Mars by 2030. The next step in getting boots on Martian soil is developing a new rover capable of detecting signs of past life. The rover would also give scientists an understanding of how hard it would be to collect carbon dioxide and turn it into fuel, a key piece of information if we ever want to get the people we send to Mars back home.
BUT: If history is any guide, we're not going to Mars. We still don't know the scope of the technical or practical challenges to getting there.
Also, it's worth remembering that Obama is not the first president to make bold promises about the U.S. space program. Nor is he the first politician to date those promises far enough into the future as to escape any accountability for the failure of said space aspirations to come to fruition. George H.W. Bush forecast a manned mission to Mars by 2019. His son, George W. Bush, took expectations down a notch promising a return to the moon by 2020. In the late 1960s and '70s, various politicians and NASA managers believed it possible to send a human to Mars by the mid-'80s. The cost of the Vietnam War and the Great Society programs relegated such ambitions to the backburner. Even during the Reagan boom years, the United States never did get around to building that Star Wars defense shield.

Bottom line: If we continue to invest in space exploration, we will soon know a great deal more about the history of Mars, its ability to sustain human life, and the feasibility of a manned Martian mission (with a return home). But don't pack your bags just yet.
5. Big business decisions will be made not be experts or intuition but by big data and predictive analytics

Who made it: Virginia Rometty, CEO and chairwoman of IBM, speaking at the Council of Foreign Relations on March 7.
Why it's a strong prediction: She's right. Big-data analytics is poised to grow from a $14.87 billion market in 2013 to a $46.34 billion market by 2018, according to the research group MarketsandMarkets. And we will also be producing a lot more data—4,300 percent more in 2020 than we did in 2009, according to the research group IDC. Big data flouts the laws of basic economics: It becomes more valuable as more of it exists, because it's useless without the ability to collect, analyze, and execute on it.

BUT: The firm Gartner says that big data is just cresting the hype cycle. It's currently in a position Gartner calls the "peak of inflated expectations." Following the peak comes the "trough of disillusionment" (and then Mordor). Enthusiasm for big data could wane in 2014. But I'm still bullish.
Bottom line: Big data will heavily shape the next era of humanity and will determine tomorrow's winners and losers. But there will be losers.
Nissan will sell self-driving cars for the public by 2020.
Nissan Illustration by Lisa Larson-Walker.

6. Nissan will sell self-driving cars for the public by 2020.
Why it's a strong prediction: He's right—and his comment shows courage. The emergence of self-driving cars promises to change the way we live, work, and design cities. For instance, we'll need a lot fewer parking spaces in dense neighborhoods when cars can drive themselves to a spot a few miles away. We'll have less traffic when our vehicles can communicate with one another. But, first and foremost, wide adoption of these systems will radically change the auto industry.
The self-driving cars are coming, but the United States may not be their first stop.

Self-driving cars can be shared much more easily since they can drive themselves wherever they are needed. That's why some researchers believe that in an autonomous vehicle era, we may need just one-tenth as many cars as we do today. Not surprisingly, many car manufacturers, such as Ford, are resisting the change. Nissan is making the hard choice to embrace a smaller market. It has some company: Audi and Tesla have also pledged to make self-driving cars available within the next eight years.

BUT: The resistance to autonomous vehicles doesn't just come from companies worried about selling fewer cars. Many groups, from taxi drivers to street pavers, may soon start fighting to keep robot roadsters out of the United States.

Different countries and cultures will react to unmanned vehicle technology in a variety of ways. Japan is more comfortable with autonomous systems of all types, and there are far fewer legal restrictions on them. Also, forget Jeff Bezos's announcement that Amazon will begin delivering goods via drone within four or five years. Chinese entrepreneurs are already using unmanned aerial vehicles for the delivery of food and merchandise—albeit not always legally.

Bottom line: The self-driving cars are coming, but the United States may not be their first stop.

7. Bitcoin is doomed to fail.
Who made it: Reuters economics editor Edward Hadas in the New York Times on Nov. 27: "The developers of bitcoin are trying to show that money can be successfully privatized. They will fail, because money that is not issued by governments is always doomed to failure."

Why it's a strong prediction: At the time that Hadas made that prediction, bitcoins were on a tear, rising from $200 per coin around Nov. 1 to a high of $1,200 per coin on Nov. 30. (It was at $1,000 on the day of his statement.) In recent weeks, the digital currency has been the default method of exchange for all futuristic goods and services of recklessly overhyped value, everything from tickets on Virgin Galactic to electric cars. Take that exuberance to its irrational extreme, and you arrive at a future when bitcoins are financing the manmade islands of Silicon Valley super villains.

Not long after Hadas' prediction, China's central bank issued a warning that while individuals were welcome to play with cryptocoins, the government was not going to accept them as a method of payment and warned financial institutions to stay away. Bitcoins quickly lost more than half of their value.

BUT: Bitcoin still has plenty of buyers, and not every analyst agrees with Hadas, or with the Chinese. On Dec. 5, Merrill Lynch issued a report assessing the value of a bitcoin at $1,300 and a maximum bitcoin market of $15 billion.
Bitcoin itself may not be the gold of tomorrow. (Remember when everyone thought Facebook credits were the cat's pajamas?) But it has competitors, and virtual currencies, which began primarily as a means to exchange goods in massively multiplayer online role-playing games, have exhibited a far steadier rise as a group. The research firm Javelin Strategy has charted the climb of the virtual currencies in the United States from about $600 million in 2009 to $4.65 billion in 2012 and projects it will top $10 billion by the end of 2013.

Bottom line: Invest in bitcoins the way you would in an extremely volatile stock. A basket of virtual currencies might be a smarter move. Just know that the government is actively looking at the tax implications of e-money, so if you think you can hide your digital fortune from Uncle Sam, you may soon be in for a nasty surprise.

8. Movies and television shows will converge into a new type of episodic, data-driven art form, accessible at all times, across all platforms.
Who made it: Kevin Spacey in his MacTaggart lecture at the Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival:

I predict that in the next decade or two, any differentiation between these two platforms [film and television] will fall away. … The device and the length are irrelevant. The labels are useless except for agencies, managers and lawyers who use these labels to conduct business deals. But for kids, there's no difference. It's all content. It's just story.
Why it's a strong prediction: He knows what he's talking about. The original Netflix series House of Cards, which stars Spacey, represents the next phase of entertainment, the creation of content on the basis of data collected constantly and consistently from users or interactive devices.
In a piece for Salon, Andrew Leonard gave a great rundown of how this worked for Netflix: "Netflix's data indicated that the same subscribers who loved the original BBC production also gobbled down movies starring Kevin Spacey or directed by David Fincher. Therefore, concluded Netflix executives, a remake of the BBC drama with Spacey and Fincher attached was a no-brainer, to the point that the company committed $100 million for two 13-episode seasons."

Unlike movie or television studios, Netflix has a lot of data, with 30 million streaming subscribers in the United States alone. Tim Wu pointed out in the New Republic that Americans reportedly spend more time watching television than French people do working (1,800 hours per year). What you watch, when, and on what device now creates data. You can expect more of that data to start showing up in the form of content.

BUT: The value of the data that Netflix is gathering on its users extends beyond just commissioning the production of new dramatic works. Your viewing habits, your every viewing decision, recorded and analyzed, will help marketers much more effectively target goods to you. Not everyone is or will be happy to simply give that information away. "I'm guessing this will be good for Netflix's bottom line," writes Leonard, "but at what point do we go from being happy subscribers, to mindless puppets?"
My bottom line: Television is going to get better. It's now watching you back. Relatedly …
9. By 2020, commercials and ads that interrupt your content experience will be gone, and you will be able to pay for things with your data.

Who made it: Media futurist Gerd Leonhard speaking to Harvard Business Review reporter Dana Rousmaniere in May.

Why it's a strong prediction: It is the past, present, and future all at once. Leonhard isn't the first person to come up with this idea. Back in June of 2011, Neal Mohan, vice president of display advertising at Google, took the stage at the Innovation Days Internet Week to show that his company was working feverishly to improve ad features. He described a "user-focused revolution, where people connect and respond to display ads in ways we've never seen before." In his most recent book, Who Owns the Future?, Jaron Lanier makes a powerful argument for why we should demand compensation for the data we give away to marketers. Don't be bought off the promise of an "improved customer experience," he says.

Bottom line: Your data is yours first because you created it. Don't sell it cheap.
By 2028, your eyes and pulse will tell your teacher if you are learning.By 2028, your eyes and pulse will tell your teacher whether you are learning.
Illustration by Lisa Larson-Walker
10. By 2028, your eyes and pulse will tell your teacher whether you are learning.
Who made it: Terry Heick, former teacher and director of TeachThought.com. He believes that educators (or education systems) will measure their students' biological responses, including pulse, sweat, and eye position, for a real-time understanding of how their students are mentally interacting with material.

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Why it's a strong prediction: Educational institutions are not always eager to embrace the opportunities of technological change, yet no field is going to feel the influence of this change more in the next 10 years than is education. First, he says, in 2015, adaptive computer-based testing will replace those terrible No. 2 pencil tests and game-based learning will truly catch on. Next, in 2018, open-sourced learning models will replace standard curriculums as we know them today.

BUT: The field of education has seen a number of fads come and go over the years. In decades past, some claimed that at-home correspondence-based education would close the schools; then it was the advent of at-home lectures and classes on VHS; then, computers for every student; today, MOOCs, which are facing a backlash already. All of these innovations are important, but they never succeeded in replacing the classroom model as we understand it today.

Bottom line: The world will always need educators, but the definition of education could change significantly, hopefully for the better, in the coming decade.
Many of these predictions won't come true, and we certainly don't want all of them to. But they tell us something about the hopes and dreads we will leave behind in 2013.

This article is part of Future Tense, a collaboration among Arizona State University, the New America Foundation, and Slate. Future Tense explores the ways emerging technologies affect society, policy, and culture. To read more, visit the Future Tense blog and the Future Tense home page.

New York regulator plans 'regulated' Bitcoin exchanges.

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Image caption Bitcoins have seen their popularity rise in recent months.

New York's financial regulator has called on firms to submit proposals to set up "regulated" exchanges for digital currencies like Bitcoin.

The state's Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) said it wanted to better protect consumers, and prevent money-laundering.
It comes as a top Bitcoin exchange, Mt Gox, filed for bankruptcy last month.
Bitcoins have been gaining in popularity recently, but they are not governed by any financial regulator.

"The fact is that virtual currencies are unlikely to disappear entirely," said Benjamin Lawsky, New York's superintendent of financial services.
The recent problems at Mt Gox and other firms further demonstrate the urgent need for stronger oversight of virtual currency exchangesBenjamin Lawsky, Superintendent of Financial Services, New York.

"As such, turning a blind eye and failing to put in place guardrails for virtual currency firms while consumers use that product is simply not a tenable strategy for regulators."
The lack of any regulatory control or oversight of Bitcoins has triggered concerns on various fronts.
It is difficult to trace transactions carried out using Bitcoins - one of the factors behind their popularity - and the currency has been linked to illegal activity online.

Bitcoins are also seen by some as a route for tax evasion and money laundering.
Russia has declared transactions using the digital currency illegal, China has banned its banks from handling Bitcoin trades, and there have been calls for the US to do the same.
Singapore has imposed a tax on Bitcoin trading and using it to pay for services, after classifying it as goods, rather than a currency.

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mt Gox customers have protested against the exchange, claiming the firm is a fraud.

Earlier this month, the Japanese government also said Bitcoin is not a currency and that some transactions using the virtual unit should be taxed.

The collapse of Mt Gox has only added to the concerns.
The firm filed for bankruptcy in Japan in February after losing about $473m (£284m) worth of customers' bitcoins to what it says was a hacking attack.

"The recent problems at Mt Gox and other firms further demonstrate the urgent need for stronger oversight of virtual currency exchanges," said Mr Lawsky.

"Consumers should understand and receive appropriate disclosures about the potential risks associated with using virtual currencies or any other financial product."

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

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Bitcoin took the market by storm in 2009. Being the world’s first crypto currency and decentralized digital currency, Bitcoin operates by sending it from user to user on a peer-to-peer bitcoin network. It was brought into the market by an unknown source, operating under the alias of “Satoshi Nakamoto.”

Bitcoin is generated as a reward for “mining”, but there are also other ways to make the cryptocurrency. Here are 6 ways to earn Bitcoin for FREE!

1) The Blockchain Game
It is a simple game on your mobile phone. You sign up, give your email address and your bitcoin address, and start playing. It has a lot of advertisements. This is how the game can afford to pay the players,however, so they don’t mind it. You get your Bitcoins once a week. The aim of this game is to get to the top level by stacking blocks on top of each other. The higher you are up on the leaderboard, the more Bitcoins you get.

2) Bitcoin Popper

Another video game for your phones - Pop bubbles and match stars. Once you have three matching stars, you get more pay for each individual star you collect thereon. It is initially very hard, but one can get a hang of it fairly fast. It makes you wait a few minutes after the first two initial games. But you know what they say – Anything free is just worth it!

3) Read books

Literally! Read books on Paidbooks.com to get your hands on some Bitcoins. It works as a traditional faucet, but it is more interesting than just having to click some captchas.

4) Roll Ball

Again, another game for your mobile phones, one you can play on a long commute to work or while on your way back home. Roll the ball around the table, collect coins and rack up tiny amounts of bitcoin. The payout is small, but keep playing to accumulate more.


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Other than these, there are also reputable faucets that have been consistent with their payouts. These include Moon Bitcoin, Bitcoin Zebra, and Free Bitcoin. Bitcoins are this generations’ penultimate freebie. It literally is - free money.

How to Transfer Your Earnings to Blockchain?
All of the said methods directly transfer the bitcoin to your bitcoin wallet, as you give this information during registration. This information is directly fed to the blockchain, which is a decentralized ledger. It isn’t stored at any particular location, so hackers can’t misuse it. However, its data is accessible to anyone on the internet.

So, sit back, relax and while casually playing some games, earn yourself some BITCOINS!

Monday, June 25, 2018

Breaking brains over shares? 5 handy tips on how to make cash online

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There are those that blame the govt for dearth of jobs, and then there are people who sit at domestic and make cash on the cyber web at enjoyment. and the way!

Swift digitalisation and a rise in smartphone use have created alternate options for minting cash on the internet; including via fairness trading.
It may also be as simple as monetising videos to earn adequate in your bread and butter. but there are also these, who sell tutorials online.

Click this line!Here is a listing of options that may support you to make cash on-line:

Fairness tradingMost brokerages offer cellular functions for equity trading from any place. the 1st step is to open demat and buying and selling money owed with a reputed brokerage company. next, come to a decision if you are into it for the future or short time period. This method will aid you opt for plans where you pay the least brokerage fee. be taught the language of online buying and selling with the aid of going through several types of orders, securities and how to execute them. upon getting learnt the basics, shift some cash out of your bank account to your trading account. equity trading is similar to purchasing or selling any other article.

birth with the aid of buying shares of companies which function in sectors or industries you find out about. by means of monitoring share fee fluctuations, you can enter a inventory at low stages and make a profit when it goes up, says Anil Rego, CEO and Founder, right Horizons.
concentrate on four-5 shares initially. but miss out on penny shares, and stay away from buying and selling in response to hearsay and speculation. Many college students, housewives and retired persons are making respectable cash with the aid of tr ading in equities on-line, Rego said.One should all the time assess company stability sheet, management first-class, valuation comfort and enterprise fashions before investing in a inventory, says G Chokkalingam, Founder, Equinomics research and Advisory.

seek PTC sitesIf you are trying to earn money on-line and want handiest small further profits, then 'Paid to click on' (PTC) websites can also be a good choice. On PTC websites, that you may earn cash by finishing small surveys, which take 5-half-hour depending on the requirement of a specific business.

there's yet another edition of this work, the place you get paid for looking the internet, and posting advertising-linked comments on diverse websites. discover a depended on PTC web page, after which delivery working for it. be certain to check out the fee system, taxes and fees related to payout.
hosting adverts in your weblog</ a> or websiteTelevision channels make most of their funds by way of displaying you advertisements (adverts). With a fine web site or weblog, you can also earn a handsome amount of cash by way of hosting advertisements. The capture in this space is that your web property may still be customary, should still now not host controversial things and should adhere to advertiser necessities.

more options mean extra alternatives for income. select the correct kinds and formats of advertisements on your web page or blog. When a visitor views or clicks an advert in your web page, you'll immediately earn cash. It's that handy and straightforward. advert programmes pay money as soon as a certain quantity is accumulated to your account. Google is without doubt one of the sources wherein one can place relevant advertisements on your site.

assessment websites and applicationsThere are many upcoming product corporations which are taking a look at a variety of easy methods to make their items general. with the aid of signing up as a reviewer for these web sites and app groups, you could make some cash on-line.once you become a reviewer, you must write 300-500-note stories on opt for items. If the company approves of the evaluate, payment might be sent to you.

while some websites and apps do pay decent cash, most don't pay that plenty. if in case you have the time to kill, that you would be able to spend it incomes some extra cash, as an alternative of just browsing the web.

promote photographs, monetise videosAnother method to monetise your time on internet is with the aid of selling stuff like photos, video clips and used items which have some novelty or financial price. With smartphones and video cameras, most people have tonnes of content material attainable.
Video groups pay desirable dollar for photographs or videos in case you promote the right s to them. These groups promote/ re-promote the identical to their customers, counting on requirement.

Offloading used home equipment, items, furniture and items is also a great way to earn funds. "things that you just have not used for over a 12 months may still be offered first, through posting a detailed description and value tag on websites like OLX and Quickr," mentioned Rego.
Monetising your movies through YouTube can also aid you generate first rate cash.
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Friday, June 22, 2018

Blockchain Takes On $6B Affiliate Market With sensible Contracts.

Many publishers and content material creators regularly are trying unsuccessfully to construct organizations around the thought of online marketing. affiliate internet marketing sounds good on paper, you area adverts a few product/service for your platform, your readers/viewers get to click the ad, a cookie is stored on their computing device, and you get to earn a commission when they ultimately make the buy. In observe however, some powerbrokers known as affiliate networks handle the relationship between retailers and publishers.

The value chain of the latest advertisements network has the writer showing the ads, the consumer clicks on the adverts, and the service provider trusts the advert community to track the impact to make certain if it led a sale or not. After the sale, the publisher should look ahead to the advert network to be paid by way of the advertising company, after which, hoping that the promoting community will remit the reduce of the advertisements profits to the writer. This piece offers insight into how blockchain technology may seriously change the world affiliate market with decentralized methods.

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The size of affiliate market globally is increasing reasonably rapidly, economists predict an annual growth fee of four.3 p.c to peer advertising spend rising to $557.99B this yr (see chart beneath).
global promoting spending from 2010 to 2018 (in Billion U.S. dollar)
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sadly, the bulk of the business within the internet affiliate marketing market is controlled with the aid of a handful of ad networks. Google's Doubleclick ad alternate, AdSense, fb's viewers network, Sovrn, and District M are one of the greatest avid gamers in the industry. The centralization of the ads community makes its practically unimaginable for publishers and retailers to join, have interaction, and collaborate.

There's an urgent need to construct a decentralized peer-to-peer affiliate marketing online platform that eliminates the middleman of advert networks. The decentralization of the affiliate market technique will open the business to merchants in area of interest markets and rising economies who have regularly been unserved or underserved by way of present ad networks.

Attrace is a blockchain project that wants to introduce an extraordinary level of decentralization to the international promoting trade..Attrace, is the first and best blockchain project that wishes to provide an immutable metric for measuring the efficiency of digital ads. On Attrace, publishers and retailers can leverage an inbuilt messaging board to collaborate on the way to optimize ads placement and enrich the layouts of backed messages to increase the conversion technique.

Attrace is also leveraging blockchain technology to wreck the fiscal grasp of ad networks on the internet affiliate marketing business. as a substitute of the 10 p.c to 25 percent expenses that affiliate networks can charge as fee on charge per earnings advertisements, Attrace charges a very low 0.5 percent price. moreover, the decentralized peer-to-peer community of Attrace creates an enabling environment for retailers to manner speedy commission payouts at once to publishers. In contrast, advert networks often prolong how long it takes for publishers to get paid because they first deserve to obtain funds from the merchants before they will pay the publishers in their network.

In 2017, The Verge pronounced that 1 in 5 advert-serving sites were visited exclusively by means of fraud bots and researchers at Invespcro said that digital adverts fraud steals $1 for every $three digital ads spend. In 2016 alone, digital advertisers lost $7.2 billion to advert frauds perpetrated by means of bots. Digital adverts fraud is true, it forces merchants to lose money by using paying for non-existent clicks; hence, merchants are likely to generalize that many publishers are dishonest; thereby creating an ecosystem suffering from mutual distrust.

A decentralized adverts platform can mitigate the example of ads fraud by using leveraging sensible contracts. The blockchain embed sensible contracts into each click/referral hyperlink; hence, there's an immutable facts path in regards to the originating factor of every traffic, and it doesn't depend if the site visitors ends in a sale or now not.

The disruptive nature of blockchain expertise can also go a step extra to outfit every click and referral with a different id that makes it less complicated to tune the performance of diverse publishers. therefore, merchants get to entry crucial records concerning the origins of their most useful leads and that they can basically determine particular preparations with such publishers to optimize the ROI on ad spend.

Blockchain technology is likely probably the most disruptive force of our time—it has proven its disruptive abilities throughout the socioeconomic panorama with the arrival of cryptocurrencies similar to Bitcoin. Now, blockchain expertise has its sight on the affiliate market sector of the digital advertising business.


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