Cody Wilson Leaves Defense Distributed, But 3-D Printed Guns Roll On

Even after the DIY gunsmith’s arrest on sexual assault charges, the fight for and against 3-D printed guns still...

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Even If Rod Rosenstein Stays, the Mueller Investigation Status Quo Won't Last

Much of the speculation around deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein’s fate misses how disruptive a post-midterms shake-up could be.

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Google Bringing Back Crypto Ads in US and Japan
Sep26

Google Bringing Back Crypto Ads in US and Japan

Google has announced that regulated cryptocurrency exchanges will be allowed to advertise on its platforms in the United States and Japan starting in October. This removes some of the restrictions the company placed on crypto ads in June. Also read: 160 Crypto Exchanges Seek to Enter Japanese Market, Regulator Reveals Some Crypto Ads Will Be Allowed Google has posted a notice on its website regarding changes in its cryptocurrency...

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Squire Mining Discloses Next-Generation ASIC Chips Will Be Made by Samsung
Sep26

Squire Mining Discloses Next-Generation ASIC Chips Will Be Made by Samsung

This week the firm Squire Mining, a company that plans to offer next-generation 10nm ASIC chips, has revealed it is working with Samsung Electronics as its foundry partner. With help from Samsung’s foundry, Squire, and a company called Gaonchips, plan to complete its ASIC chip FPGA prototype by September 30, 2018. Also read: Ebang Announces 44 Terahash E-11 Miners With 10nm Chips Squire Mining Announces New ASICs Will Use...

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Regulations Roundup: U.S. Govt. Pays $5.7 Million for Blockchain Analysis, Amit Bhardwaj’s Assets Seized
Sep26

Regulations Roundup: U.S. Govt. Pays $5.7 Million for Blockchain Analysis, Amit Bhardwaj’s Assets Seized

In recent regulatory news, a report published by Diar has found that U.S. government agencies have paid approximately $5.7 million USD to blockchain analysis contractors, India’s Enforcement Directorate has seized $5.9 Million worth of assets linked to the case of Amit Bhardwaj, and the Bank of International Settlements finds cryptocurrencies to “not, at this point, pose a global financial stability risk.” Also...

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