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MONTHLY REPORT: APRIL CRYPTO HIGHS AND LOWS – An Article

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One of the most exciting aspects of dealing with cryptocurrency is waiting to see what surprises lay ahead. Every month, there are numerous predictions by industry figures, investors, and cryptocurrency users, but due to cryptocurrency’s inherent volatility, many predictions never manifest. At the beginning of April, there were predictions on crypto news sites and Reddit channels that many new major players would enter the cryptocurrency industry. It's safe to say that this prediction may have come true since Nike just filed a patent for “Cryptokicks," its proposed wallet and collectibles technology. According to the patent, Nike plans to develop a…

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Monero’s October Forking – Bulletproofs and Keeping the ASICs at Bay – An Article

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This article was Originally Posted on CoinCentral.com authored by MARSHALL TAYLOR Tick tock. Tick tock. The countdown to Monero’s protocol upgrade is over and the highly anticipated software updates have been rolled out as block 1685555 came and went. The Beryllium Bullet update is meant to bring about a handful of changes, but the excitement in the community is circling around two key updates in particular: Proof-of-Work (PoW) tweaks and Bulletproofing. Updates of this nature are not uncommon with Monero, as the project regularly forks to push new upgrades and improvements. Hardforks are pre-scheduled twice a year and most notably…

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The Growing Use of Blockchain Law Enforcement Strategies – An Article

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This article was Originally Posted on https://coincentral.com/blockchain-law-enforcement-strategies/ authored by DAVID HAMILTON Blockchain technology poses unique threats to law enforcement organizations. This new technology allows anyone to transfer funds internationally, and in many cases anonymously. Criminals also recognize this ability and continue finding new ways to integrate these features into their illegal activities. While the news often sheds light on the nefarious actions of crypto users, it’s also important to understand how this technology creates a unique opportunity for blockchain law enforcement strategies to develop. In the early days of crypto, many people believed Bitcoin to be untraceable and anonymous. Crypto…

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