Bypassing the third party like Uber and Airbnb is good, but can the apps guarantee the quality of service similar to them? A good example is LocalBitcoins. They have a rating system where the people can trade bitcoin at minimum fees that the platform takes. Of course it won't prevent bot to overwhelmed the site with good rating to cover up the actu
This is completely screw up! 56,000 people get arrested for just downloading an app? This draconian law is getting worse and worse to the point that Erdogan and the rest of his government will detain and arrest anyone who involves with Gullen ideology. Now leaves Obama whether the US will extradite Gullen or not from the US to prevent another blood
Why don't they give this immigrant a free English lesson? Instead of having a full time translator, they can study and get educated in English while they are stateside. After all, which one is cheaper and the best in the long run, educating this people or paying people to translate for them. Besides, learning another language will open up for more
Really? What if the one that hacked the system is not the Russian but a domestic US resident? Can the government prevent that? They said it comes from Russia, then open the files so everyone can see that it's from the Russian hackers otherwise, this is just a hoax and created to spread FUD to the people.
Opinion like this in this small publications are too generic especially when it comes from an CIO where his book was printed by MIT. Of course, things can't be undone and we will move into the future where transparency of financial transaction and many network will integrate each other in transparent way to prevent corruption.
I can see where the author coming from. But with lack of knowledge in the legal part, there are no regulations that can prevent an alt-coin or app-coin to come to the surface. Of course once the system is seems to be cheesy, the government start issue a warning like OneCoin, but for the time being, people just need to use their due diligence before
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Because the US Patent Office are collection of dumb people. One thing for sure: Does the patent apply in the US or internationally? The bigger question is how do you patent an open source system that already widely accepted by the general population. I remember when AT&T lost the case in 1972 where they were broken up into 6 smaller baby bells and
Good to know despite the fact that Unlimited and Classic will continue to prevent the final activation of the v13.1. Duh! I think November 15, 2016 will be the D-Day and we need to wait for 2016 blocks afterwards for full enforcement. That's about 2 weeks or 14 days to be exact. Looks like November will be an interesting month for bitcoiners. I'm l