The influence of media channels on people’s everyday life has been growing since the day the first newsletter was sent. Centuries after the development of typography publishing, radio, TV and Internet follows this trend. Today, the role of media channels on the cryptocurrency market has grown to a new level.
PodMiners, an Indian tech startup is developing a global blockchain platform for digital radio and podcasting. As per the information, this blockchain platform is focused on promoting the freedom of speech for independent media, publishers, and audio content creators worldwide. This is the first time in history that someone is working on a solution to allow audio content creators to interact with a global audience in digital radio and podcasting space. It can be called “Youtube” for podcasting and radio industry.
Recently, the blockchain argument in Italy reached all-time levels of hype and media exposure of national popular status. In fact, when you walk through the corridors of most popular supermarkets you will listen to the branded radio stations advertising the new chain tracking initiative via blockchain technology. The decrees present the instrument, but maintain a centralization which isn’t reflected in the technology model.
Two mining firms operating in Sweden have purportedly relinquished their facilities in Norrbotten, a county in the far north of the country. One of the firms, a U.S. miner called NGDC, seems to have all of a sudden fled the county, leaving unpaid power bills of around $1.55 million in its wake, according to a report from Sverige Radio.
Boston FM is preparing for the launch of a new weekly radio show on digital currency called “Cryptomania - Bitcoin & Beyond". The project aims at educating people of the advantages that the crypto market can offer. The New England region will be able to listen to the show in July.