Georgia says switching back to all-paper voting is logistically impossible
Sep12

Georgia says switching back to all-paper voting is logistically impossible

Enlarge / A stack of voter access cards sit on a table at a polling location during the Georgia primary runoff elections in Atlanta, Georgia, on Tuesday, July 24, 2018. (credit: Elijah Nouvelage/Bloomberg via Getty Images) A group of activists in Georgia has gone to court with a simple request to election officials: in the name of election security, do away with electronic voting entirely and let the more-than 6.1 million voters in...

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SEC Takes Action Against ‘First US Regulated Crypto Asset Fund’
Sep12

SEC Takes Action Against ‘First US Regulated Crypto Asset Fund’

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced on Tuesday that it has taken action against two cryptocurrency firms. Both mark the “first-ever” action of their kind by the Commission. One is against a firm which claims to offer the “first regulated crypto asset fund in the United States” and the other is against an “ICO Superstore.” Also read: 160 Crypto Exchanges Seek to Enter...

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With Bitcoin Cash, A Namibian Conservationist Hopes To Save Endangered African Wild Dog
Sep12

With Bitcoin Cash, A Namibian Conservationist Hopes To Save Endangered African Wild Dog

In Namibia, the African wild dog population has been decimated to near extinction. But one wildlife lover is trying to stop all that. And bitcoin cash (BCH) is her gateway. Also read: Kucoin Expands Into Australia After $3m Bitcoin Australia Deal Leroux Gets First BCH Transfer In Namibian Wild Nadja Leroux, a Namibian wildlife conservationist looking out for the African wild dog, received her first bitcoin cash donation of Rand...

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IMF Pressures Marshall Islands to Drop National Crypto
Sep12

IMF Pressures Marshall Islands to Drop National Crypto

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has exerted pressure on the Marshall Islands to torpedo its proposed crypto. The move by the Washington-based global financial institution has been cited as evidence of the steps central bankers will take to thwart cryptocurrency adoption. The Marshall Islands’ decision could have ramifications that extend far beyond the confines of the Pacific island country. Also read: Philippines...

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BCH Roundup: Rock Festivals, Long Form Blogging, and Prescription Drugs
Sep12

BCH Roundup: Rock Festivals, Long Form Blogging, and Prescription Drugs

The past seven days has been another interesting week for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) proponents. After wrapping up a successful Stress Test Day with a record 2.2 million transactions confirmed in 24-hours there’s been a lot more happening within the BCH ecosystem. Also read: Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork Debate Reconvenes After the Stress Test Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Market Action The Bitcoin Cash (BCH) community recently celebrated the...

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