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  1. Spoofy

    Spoofy is the nickname for a mysterious cryptocurrency trader who allegedly manipulates bitcoin and crypto prices.
  2. The Infinite Shelf

    The infinite shelf refers to the practically limitless number of products available in e-commerce stores as opposed to physical ...
  3. Will Bitfinex's New Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange Boost EOS Prices?

    Bitfinex, arguably the world's biggest cryptocurrency exchange, will build a decentralized exchange on the EOS platform. ...
  4. Bitcoin Price and Crypto Markets Rise After Regulators Dial Back Rhetoric

    Cryptocurrency markets and bitcoin's price rose as regulators in Europe and South Korea showed some Valentine's Day love.
  5. Advertising Budget

    An advertising budget is estimate of a company's promotional expenditures over a certain period of time.
  6. Microsoft Will Use Blockchain To Build New Digital Identity

    Microsoft plans to use blockchain to build a new digital identity that gives users control over their personal details.
  7. Netflix Poaches Producer Ryan Murphy From Fox With $300M Deal

    Disney viewed Murphy as a key part of its new streaming empire, while Amazon was also said to be interested in signing a ...
  8. Tech Giants Inviting Govt Intervention: Bill Gates

    Microsoft’s co-founder took a dig at Apple after stating that tech companies must comply more with the government.
  9. How Bitcoin Works

    Miners, hashes, keys, cold storage, blocks - it's confusing. We can help you understand how bitcoin works.
  10. Few People Have Reported Cryptocurrency Gains on Their Taxes So Far

    Credit Karma tax filer data doesn't match cryptocurrency investment gains previously reported.
  11. Boiler And Machinery (BM) Insurance

    Boiler And Machinery Insurance (BM) provides coverage for physical damage to and financial loss from equipment breakdown.
  12. Aggregate Stop-Loss Reinsurance

    In aggregate stop-loss reinsurance, losses over a specific amount are covered solely by the reinsurer and not by the ceding ...
  13. Banks Claim They're Building Blockchains. They're Not

    Permissioned Blockchain Business Plan: 1. Adopt trustless, decentralized technology. 2. Add trust, re-centralize. 3. ???? ...
  14. Blockchain Could Make You—Not Equifax—the Owner of Your Data

    All hype aside, blockchain technology is really good at one thing: taking out the middlemen. Leaky data brokers' days may ...
  15. Should Cryptocurrency Exchanges Self-Regulate?

    The chorus for self-regulation of cryptocurrency exchanges is growing. But what exactly is self-regulation?
  16. What Is EOS?

    EOS is a blockchain-based system that enables the development and hosting of commercial-scale decentralized applications.
  17. Mining Pool

    A mining pool is a joint group of cryptocurrency miners who combine their computational resources over a network.
  18. Bitcoin Price Holds Steady

    Bitcoin prices held steady in the last 24 hours as news of cryptocurrency hacks and scandals continued.
  19. What Does SoftBank Do?

    SoftBank, the seventh largest company in Japan, operates five segments.
  20. How to Buy Privacy-Focused Cryptocurrencies Dash and Monero

    Here's how to buy Dash and Monero, two privacy-focused cryptocurrencies.
  21. Google Introduces Its Own Version of 'Stories'

    AMP stories is still in the early stages and is yet to support advertising, which could put off publishers.
  22. How to Buy Bitcoin

    It's one of the biggest buzzwords in the financial space, but many people don't know how to buy Bitcoin.
  23. 3 Retailers Will Benefit if Sears Goes Under: UBS

    The prospect of Sears closing all its stores should lift these three retailers.
  24. Bitcoin Price Continues Climb From Last Week's Lows

    Bitcoin's price is up by 25% from its lows last week, but don't expect it to shoot up immediately.
  25. Merchant Discount Rate

    The merchant discount rate is the rate charged to a merchant for payment processing services on debit and credit card transactions. ...
  26. Blockchain ETF

    Blockchain ETFs facilitate real-time trading on a basket of blockchain-based stocks.
  27. Is Bitcoin Banned in China?

    The People's Republic Bank of China is increasing its control over cryptocurrency trading, ICOs and bitcoin mining.
  28. World's Second-Largest Advertiser Threatens to Boycott Tech Giants

    Unilever is set to warn that it will only invest in platforms “committed to creating a positive impact in society.”
  29. Selfish Mining

    Selfish mining is a bitcoin mining strategy that maximizes profits for miners at the cost of centralizing the system.
  30. Are Bitcoin Price And Equity Markets Returns Correlated?

    Is there a correlation between bitcoin's price and the equity markets? We investigate.
  31. Gnosis

    Gnosis is an open-sourced, decentralized, peer-to-peer prediction market platform.
  32. Lisk

    Lisk is a decentralized blockchain-based application platform for app developers.
  33. VeChain

    VeChain is a blockchain platform that aims to improve business operations, by enhancing the tracking of processes and products.
  34. Void Transaction

    A void transaction is a debit or credit card purchase that is canceled after it has been authorized but before it has been ...
  35. Reference Number

    A reference number is a unique identifier assigned to each transaction made using a credit or debit card.
  36. Blockchain-Based 'Internet Computer' Gets $61M from Andreessen Horowitz and Polychain

    Cryptocurrency hedge fund Polychain Capital and VC firm Andreessen Horowitz invested $61 million in Dfinity Foundation.
  37. Digital Marketing

    Digital marketing is the use of the internet, mobile devices, social media, search engines, display advertising and other ...
  38. GPU Usage in Cryptocurrency Mining

    What is a GPU and how is it used in cryptocurrency mining?
  39. Mt. Gox

    Mt. Gox is a Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange that operated between 2010 and 2014.
  40. How Do You Mine Ethereum?

    Mining for ethereum is a profitable, essential, and oftentimes confusing process. Here's the basics of how to do it.
  41. How to Find Your Next Cryptocurrency Investment

    It’s hard to predict which coins will receive the most attention and why.
  42. Cryptocurrency This Week

    Bitcoin prices and the cryptocurrency market stabilized after being roiled amid threats of regulatory crackdowns.
  43. Bitcoin Price Is Mostly Unchanged As Week Draws To A Close

    Bitcoin's price did not move much in the last 24 hours. Cryptocurrency markets were also mostly unchanged.
  44. Should Coinbase Stop Selling Bitcoin Cash?

    Coinbase is accused of diluting its brand by associating itself with bitcoin cash, according to a recent Medium post.
  45. Google Fined By India's Antitrust Body for 'Search Bias'

    India’s watchdog said Google steered certain search queries to its own specialist comparison pages in order to receive commission ...
  46. Qualcomm Rejects Broadcom's Bid, Proposes Meeting to Discuss Deficiencies

    Qualcomm said Broadcom’s latest bid once again undervalued it, but proposed a meeting to find a suitable agreement.
  47. Arizona Considers Allowing Residents to Pay Taxes In Bitcoin

    Arizona lawmakers have proposed a bill that would enable people to pay their taxes in bitcoin.
  48. Litecoin Gains Ground On Bitcoin In The Dark Web

    Litecoin may soon surpass bitcoin as the most popular cryptocurrency for e-commerce transactions on the dark web.
  49. Is Ethereum a Security? SEC Chair Sows Confusion

    Judging by earlier comments, Jay Clayton doesn't want to lump ethereum in with ICOs, but ethereum was an ICO. So if "every ...
  50. Why Bitcoin May See A 30% Dead Cat Bounce

    Bitcoin's price has recovered somewhat from a shocking recent nosedive, but the rebound may be temporary. Here's why.
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