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5 Bitcoin Cash Full Node Teams to Raise Funds With the Noncustodial Flipstarter App 

The creators of the noncustodial funding application, Flipstarter have recently announced there are now five fundraiser campaigns live on the platform for a number of Bitcoin Cash full node projects. The projects full node fundraisers currently hosted on Flipstarter include the Bitcoin Cash Node, Bitcoin Verde, BCHD, Knuth, and Bitcoin

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India’s Crypto Bulls Roadshow Given Full Head of Steam by Ban Repeal

The Indian Crypto Bulls Roadshow describes itself as a not-for-profit initiative that seeks to educate Indian citizens as to the emerging blockchain and cryptocurrency sectors.The roadshow was originally scheduled to visit eight major Indian cities over 20 days — New Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Surat, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, and Bangalore.However,

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‘Full Transparency Not Ideal for Cryptocurrency’ Says Chainalysis Exec

A major global company that helps fight illicit cryptocurrency-related activity does not think that privacy in crypto markets is necessarily bad.Despite representing one of the primary sources of crypto transaction data for federal agencies like the Internal Revenue Service and the FBI, Chainalysis does not exactly oppose the privacy

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This PlayStation Microtransactions Patent Sees Sony Going Full Evil

Sony filed a patent for an “in-game resource surfacing platform.” The system will offer player-specific in-game solutions ranging from tips and strategies to microtransactions. If a practical application of the patent sees the light of day, microtransactions could become an even more prevalent part of the gaming experience. Sony has filed a patent

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Good Guy Nintendo Goes Full Monster after Embracing Microtransactions

VGC has discovered that Animal Crossing: New Horizons will contain in-game purchases. The discovery was made thanks to the ESRB rating on the game’s store page. Clearly, Nintendo has just given up on acting like they’re actually a good company. It’s official. Nintendo has abandoned the pretense of being a family-friendly gaming company.

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