Dec 11, 2018 at 17:54
Buy Crypto with Credit or Debit Card Using EO.Finance
EO.Finance has launched a crypto-fiat gateway. Now it is possible to buy cryptocurrencies directly from the wallet using your debit or credit card, the maximum amount per single transaction is $25,000. Right now EO.Finance works with 40 different cryptos, and soon even more currencies will become available for purchase.
Dec 11, 2018 at 13:16
IBM & ADNOC Partner to Pilot a DLT-Enabled Transaction Management Service
IBM is collaborating with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company - ADNOC, a state owned oil firm in the UAE, to pilot a blockchain technology supply chain system, per an official press release published by ADNOC on December 9, 2018. The blockchain technology application can be leveraged in natural gas, gas, condensates, liquids, oil and sulphur.
Dec 11, 2018 at 09:35
Eye on the Prize - Nagezeni Lambo Giveaway will Entice You
Ending months of relative stability, crypto markets have rarely been as turbulent as they are now. Traders who are usually cool will now be panicking as the price of their investments fall. Bitcoin below US$4,000 is a scary proposition for those who’ve been in the market for a year or more. Altcoins, which were supposed to be less risky for traders, are also following a downward spiral. In the present scenario, having a prize to focus on is important for those who wish to continue trading against the odds.
Dec 08, 2018 at 11:21
Silicon Valley of Crypto: Blockchain to Catapult Ohio State into a Hefty Technological Hub
Ohio, a state of the US, gave the world John Glenn, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Wright Brothers and, it is also planning to stake its claims as the “Silicon Valley of Cryptocurrency,” as soon as possible. Ohio – which is also well known by its official nickname “The Buckeye State” is optimistic that crypto and blockchain technology will more significantly reinforce the economy to better standards. Recently, these bulls allied in the fields of investments, innovation, public policy and education. Innovation has played a big part to obscure the bear market of digital currencies especially Bitcoin (BTC). Ohio is more likely to change its official nickname (motto) to ‘The BTC State.’