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Mark Zuckerberg Considers Blockchain Authorization of Data in Recent Interview

Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg considered the ramifications of blockchain-based authorization of user data during an interview with Harvard Law professor Jonathan Zittrain on Feb. 20.During a discussion covering such topics as the future of technology and society, Zuckerberg noted that he “think[s] about the work we [Facebook] are

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Former Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles Rejects Brock Pierce’s Plans to Reboot Exchange

Mark Karpeles — the former CEO of the now-defunct Bitcoin (BTC) exchange Mt. Gox — has refuted controversial crypto figure Brock Pierce's claims he can reboot the trading platform and accelerate compensation for Mr. Gox’s creditors. Karpeles made his remarks in private correspondence with Cointelegraph Japan on Feb. 12.As reported,

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Crypto Pioneer Mark Jeffrey is Sure that Bitcoin will Reach $250k, and Here’s Why

Photo: Mark Jeffrey / FacebookJeffrey remarked that cryptocurrencies are much like the early Dotcom industry, echoing remarks made by a number of analysts, such as Meltem Demirors. Yet, he noted that this budding space is compressed time-wise in comparison to Dotcom, explaining that development in this space is four

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Bitcoin Experiences Volatile Start to the Year, Struggles to Maintain $4,000 Mark: BTCManager’s Week in Review

The price of bitcoin jumped to surpass the $4,000 mark to kickstart the week early on Monday morning but dropped back down again to close the week five percent lower at around $3,650. Investors rejoiced to see bitcoin jump back above the important $4,000 mark but were quickly disappointed again

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Bitcoin Too Scammy, Volatile for Broad-Based Adoption: Analyst Mark Dow

Analyst Mark Dow, the trader who closed his short position after bitcoin fell 80 percent last year, doubts whether Bitcoin will ever attain a broader adoption. Bitcoin-Short Trader Bearish on Future of Crypto Adoption Mark Dow, a former International Monetary Fund (IMF) economist, said in a tweet that the world’s leading digital currency

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As Turf Wars Mark the End of 2018, Crypto Interest Set to Rise Among Institutional Investors

As Turf Wars Mark the End of 2018, Crypto Interest Set to Rise Among Institutional Investors January 2, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 2018 ended with thought leaders hurling abuse at each other and rival projects even as institutional investors eye increased crypto holdings in 2019. Is the crypto space actually

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