Author: Luka Glogoski

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Peoplewave is placing HR on the Blockchain

June 5, 2018 0 0

Wavebase from Peoplewave is looking to bring HR out of the dark ages and revolutionise recruitment, background checks, onboarding, performance reviews and people management by utilising blockchain technology.   Two things that blockchains are really good at are transparency and immutability, something sorely lacking in the world of human resources. According to international research 56% […]

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UPBit Exchange Passes Audit with Flying Colours

May 22, 2018 0 0

The largest South Korean exchange UPBit passed the government inspection with flying colors.   Last weeks rumors began circulating around the internet that UPBit was suspected of sharing/ pooling liquidity with other exchanges, which prompted swift action from South Korean Financial Supervisory Service (FSS), Korean Financial Intelligence Unit (KIU) and Financial Services Commission (FSC). It turns […]

Tether Print $250 Million New USDT

May 21, 2018 0 0

The most (in)famous stablecoin Tether is back in the spotlight, after it issued a fresh $250 million sized batch of its US dollar tethered crypto currency last Friday, 18th May 2018.   Tether has been the bad boy of crypto ever since they broke up with their auditing firm Friedman LLP following an unsuccessful audit […]

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Crypto Markets Lose $42 Billion in Just Three Days

May 18, 2018 0 0

Yet another #redday is upon us as crypto market continues to defy the bulls despite many bullish announcements and events.   In just three days, the crypto market has shed a whooping $42 billion off of its market cap. This is despite traditionally bullish news and events such as Consensus 2018 and a barrage of […]

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Ethereum is World’s Best Blockchain Network According to China, Bitcoin Only 13th

May 17, 2018 0 0

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology surprised everyone by releasing a ranking table of various blockchain projects and ranking Ethereum at the top, while giving Bitcoin a disappointing (and unlucky) 13th place.   The top five blockchain projects listed were Ethereum, Steem, Lisk, NEO, and Komodo, which apart from Steem are all essentially smart […]


US Securities and Exchange Commission Launches a Scam ICO Website

May 17, 2018 0 1

The new SEC’s fake ICO website is aimed at crypto newbies in order to teach them what a legitimate ICO website shouldn’t look like.   The SEC setup the bogus ICO website, complete with a fake White Paper, as an educational tool to alert investors to possible fraud involving digital assets like crypto-currencies and initial […]


CME Group Launches Ethereum Price Index

May 15, 2018 0 0

Beginning on 4th June 2018, the CME Group will be listing real time Ethereum price, officially referred to as the “Ether-Dollar Reference Rate”.   CME is well known in the crypto markets for being only the second mainstream exchange to list Bitcoin futures, which effectively ended Bitcoin’s crazy bull run at the end of December […]

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Eternal Trusts: Buy Eternal Life on the Blockchain

May 14, 2018 0 0

Former investment banker turned blockchain entrepreneur is launching a crypto platform for buying eternal life.   Whatever people think about Bitcoin, there’s no argument that blockchain is the technology of the future and if Eternal Trusts’ CEO Kirill Silvestrov has his way, it will soon be possible to purchase eternal life on the blockchain as […]

Mt. Gox Wallet Moves 8,200 BTC Triggering a Mini Market Crash

May 11, 2018 0 1

Mt. Gox ghosts are stirring up trouble again as 8,200BTC leave their wallet.   You probably got a bit of a shock his morning during your daily refresh with red color all over the front page. It turns out that the Mt. Gox trustee, who was tasked with selling about 200,000 bitcoin after the […]


Sharpay: Tokenising Social Media Sharing

May 11, 2018 0 0

Sharpay is proposing to leverage blockchain technology to monetize social media sharing.   Most people don’t realize that when they share on-line content with their friends, they are essentially providing free advertising to the publishers of that content. That is advertising that would otherwise cost them dearly if they payed Google or Facebook for the […]

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