Art & Blockchain: Picasso Painting Discovered in Netherlands
Mar 30, 2019 at 15:51
The Picasso painting dubbed “Portrait of Dora Maar” worth $28 million and which went missing two decades ago, was finally recovered on the black market in the Netherlands by a senior art detective. The piece was portraying a “young Yugoslavian paparazzo known as Dora Markovic” and it was stolen in 1999 from its Saudi owner. If blockchain technology existed twenty years back it might have well prevented this scenario from happening.
Bitcoin Price Likely to Drop to $2,400 & Lure Wall St. to Purchase the Plunge
Jan 21, 2019 at 13:32
In the latest Bitcoin (BTC) versus Silver (SLV) analogue piece, remarkable similarities can be seen in the charts. Trying to puzzle out the time frame of the consolidation point is very crucial. In Silver, the consolidation period timing was more than 90 days, nevertheless, the 500% rally also took around 30 months. In Bitcoin, the 500% rally took around 9 months.
Street Artist ‘Pascal Boyart’ Hides 0.28 BTC Inside a Mural Picturing Paris Political Protests
Jan 09, 2019 at 14:39
For the past two months, the whole globe has watched and kept an eye on the yellow vest protests in France as the fundamental political movement has battled for economic fairness. On December 6, 2019, Pascal Boyart (Pboy), a popular street artist uncovered a mural that incorporates a solvable puzzle that contains around 0.28 Bitcoins (BTC) inside. Pboy elaborated that the puzzle can’t be distantly and remotely resolved and that the sleuthhounds have to visit the location as a must to trace the painting’s cues.
Crypto Twitter Bots Have Become Discomfit Beyond Expectations
Aug 09, 2018 at 10:28
One of the industry's illest exponents is a permeating, network of scam bots that has rapidly come to trash the space of Twitter. While several social media users have become wanted to the continuous "Ethereum giveaway" scams that decorate the profile of any cryptocurrency industry figure, the puzzle started to spread over into various sectors of the internet. Earlier this summer, Elon Musk notably called out Tue bots, when he made his first cite to Ethereum in the way of a tongue-in-cheek comment about the perturbing Exacters.