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SocialDrift Review – What I learned from using Instagram automation

Share Tweet Share Share Email There’s a lot out there about Instagram automation right now. In particular, there’s been mixed opinions about if automation tools are worth your time and money. Some discourage its use entirely, while others claim that they’re essential to any brand’s success. After looking around and doing […]
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ZombieChain Comes Alive: Can Ethereum Sidechains Save the Dapps?

That decision will cost you half a cent. Are you sure that’s the right move? If you’re a gamer, decentralized applications (dapps) hold an enticing promise: you might finally be able to truly own virtual in-game items and accumulate them without worrying about a company changing the rules and taking them away. But as with other big […]
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The well-funded startups driven to own the autonomous vehicle stack – TechCrunch

At some point in the future, while riding along in a car, a kid may ask their parent about a distant time in the past when people used steering wheels and pedals to control an automobile. Of course, the full realization of the “auto” part of the word — in the form of fully autonomous […]
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Transaction Fees Temporarily Favor Bitcoin but Bigger Picture Looks DifferentBitcoin Fees Temporarily Less Than BCH, Can This Continue?

Transaction fees are a hot topic of debate in the cryptocurrency world. There are numerous discussions regarding Bitcoin versus Bitcoin Cash fees in this regard. It now seems the average Bitcoin transaction cost is lower than that of BCH. As is usually the case, such a temporary snapshot can look very different in a few […]
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First Bitcoin Mining Conference Hashes Over the High Cost of Energy

Bitcoin mining uses as much electricity as Ireland, and by the end of 2018, the Bitcoin network will be using as much energy as Austria, according to a new report by Alex de Vries of the Experience Center of PwC in the Netherlands. Billed as the first serious, peer-reviewed study of energy use in crypto […]
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Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin Less Wasteful Than Fiat Money

Get exclusive analysis and cryptocurrency insights on for just $39 per month. Earlier this week, I wrote on social media that it costs significantly less energy to produce cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and Ethereum. The responses were, “that’s not true, once fiat money is created, no additional energy is required.” Bitcoin and cryptocurrency have an […]
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In-House vs. Outsourcing Software Development

Share Tweet Share Share Email It will certainly be a thought process you will go through again and again as you ponder whether to utilise in-house or outsourced software development. There are pros and cons to both and your individual circumstances will clearly define your exacting requirements. Here we […]
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Blockchain Must Adapt to Build Trust in the Internet of Things

Mic Bowman is a principal engineer at Intel and a member of CoinDesk’s advisory board. Camille Morhardt is the director of IoT strategy at Intel.  The following article originally appeared in Consensus Magazine, distributed exclusively to attendees of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2018 event. The edge is messy. And the edge, where billions of interacting devices that […]
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Here is where CEOs of heavily funded startups went to school – TechCrunch

Joanna Glasner Contributor More posts by this contributor What does it take to be a startup that raises huge sums quickly? Not a minimalist? Startups will gladly store, manage and deliver your items CEOs of funded startups tend to be a well-educated bunch, at least when it comes to university degrees. Yes, it’s true college […]
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CommerceDNA wins the TechCrunch Hackathon at VivaTech – TechCrunch

It’s been a long night at VivaTech. The building hosted a very special competition — the very first TechCrunch Hackathon in Paris. Hundreds of engineers and designers got together to come up with something cool, something neat, something awesome. The only condition was that they only had 24 hours to work on their projects. Some […]
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