Nina Lyon

Nina Lyon is a writer and a journalist of Bitcoin-related articles and reviews. She first worked on crypto-currency news in 2013 when was asked to make a small review of “what is Bitcoin” for children. She enjoys hiking, singing and investigating development of digital currency.

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Jul 20, 2019 at 10:46
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Former EXMO Analyst Pavel Lerner On His Kidnapping, Security, and New Job
In late 2017, the lead analyst of cryptocurrency exchange EXMO, Pavel Lerner, was kidnapped in Ukraine. On December 26th, men wearing dark-colored clothes and balaclavas forced him into a car and drove away. Lerner resurfaced only three days later, having paid a ransom to the kidnappers.
Jun 18, 2019 at 09:15
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Facebook Promotes Itself in Leading Cryptocurrency News Magazines
Google has ordered advertising of the Facebook brand on Coinidol.com, one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency news magazines, despite Facebook’s ban of most cryptocurrency advertising since January 2018. This move is evidence that Facebook is looking for support from the world crypto community to gain trust in its new cryptocurrency FaceCoin (allegedly named Libra or GlobalCoin), that is announced to be issued in Q1 2020.
Jun 11, 2019 at 19:06
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Why CCN Is Dead and Cost Zero and Coindesk Is an Immortal Billionaire?
CCN is another project on the cryptocurrency market that is dead because of the wrong business model. That's the opinion of co-creator of the business model for CoinTelegraph and the founder of Coinidol, George Gor. In an interview he explains what they did wrong.
Apr 18, 2019 at 12:47
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Another Punch into Bitcoin SV: Kraken Delisting BSV
The price of Bitcoin SV (BSV) has been drawn into chaos since reports emerged that Binance and several other cryptocurrency exchanges decided to delist the token. Since then BitFinex, Huobi, Kraken and Bittrex were the only major exchanges offering BSV trading. Till April 16, when one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges - Kraken - announced that it will delist BSV as well.
Apr 09, 2019 at 09:27
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How Blockchain Ecosystems May Change the Face of Online Gambling
Gambling has always been a very profitable venture, provided you are the casino owner, not the gambler. Numerous problems found in traditional gambling businesses vary from causing addiction to trespassing the fine line delimiting grey area from crime. However, with the advent of the internet things have changed.
Mar 25, 2019 at 12:54
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Age of Scams: ICO Investor’s Plight
Blockchain offered the world a new model for a p2p economy, introducing free global trade without intermediaries and reliable storage of value without the fear of seizure or account freeze by regulators. Along with this new paradigm of money arrived a new paradigm of fundraising. The so-called ICO (initial coin offerings) gave businesses easy and global access to investor money and provided investors themselves with endless opportunities.
Feb 25, 2019 at 15:17
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Latvian Tax Service to Use Blockchain Technology to Combat Shadow Economy
The State Revenue Service of Latvia calls for the use of Blockchain technology to control tax flow and combat the shadow economy. As one of the possible solution, Blockchain-based systems can be used in the cash registers reform.
Jan 15, 2019 at 10:36
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Become Immune to Scam ICOs with 5 Simple Rules
ICOs, or initial coin offerings, have been around for a few years now. However, it was only the last year when they stepped out of shadows and magnetized the attention of mainstream media, regulators, and, most of all, wannabe investors. The examples of astonishingly successful campaigns that managed to raise millions in a few minutes inspired lots of other ‘disruptors’ to run a campaign of their own.
Jun 09, 2018 at 08:00
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Is Blockchain Really Cure for Ad Fraud
Ad fraud has been the curse not of just the online advertising industry but the entire internet for years. Over time, the fraudsters have devised numerous ways to make money out of the industry, however, their schemes don’t affect only advertisers and publishers but regular users as well.
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