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.
As the day goes by, new people claiming to be “Satoshi Nakamoto” the real maker of bitcoin emerge, and this time around, another instance has happened on Thai TV. The videotape displays an outstanding event at the Wat Phra Dhammakaya, where a prominent monk resembles Dorian Nakamoto. However, Dorian has refuted all the allegations saying he is the developer of Bitcoin. His epochal face has been frequently used to illuminate the unknown Satoshi.
Few industries have seen technology improvements more than the CGI and creative industry. It seems that each year a new technology is developed that makes the TV, computer screen, video games, etc from a year ago obsolete. Even movies created only ten years ago can look cheesy and outdated.
Coin Idol TV News channel broadcasting a new video digest on May 9. Today in our digest: Azerbaijan will subject a tax on cryptocurrency net sales, Japan has announced new five-point regulations for cryptocurrency exchanges.
The issue of content piracy is probably the most frequently mentioned problem in today’s digital world. While often referred to as a victimless crime, piracy strips copyright holders of billions of dollars yearly.
Welcome back to Coin Idol TV News channel. Digest on April 9 features the following topics from the world of Blockchain and cryptocurrency: Liechtenstein plans to incorporate new cryptocurrency friendly regulations, while India forbids any kind of regulated entity to deal with crypto coins.
Welcome back to Coinidol.com TV News channel. Our digest on March 30 features the following topics from the world of Blockchain and cryptocurrency: Reddit No Longer Accepts Bitcoin Payments, Spanish Police Arrested Hacker Who Stole $1 Billion Using Cryptocurrency
A new financial technology payment alternative is currently being designed and tested for the major adult entertainment company on the financial market. Playboy TV aims to give its customers an opportunity to pay for adult content with cryptocurrencies.