Hodler’s Digest, April 15–21: Top Stories, Price Movements, Quotes and FUD of the Week

FinCEN’s enforcement against a p2p crypto exchanger could set a precedent, and French instant mashed potatoes go blockchain. Top Stories This Week FinCEN Takes First Enforcement Action Against Peer-to-Peer Cryptocurrency Exchanger In an apparent first, the United States Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has given a penalty to a California resident who has been accused […]

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E-Commerce on Demand: Crypto-Based Site With 50,000 Products Offers Delivery in Two Hours

sponsored A decentralized marketplace offering e-commerce on demand has launched with 50,000 items, enabling shoppers to have products delivered in less than two hours. A decentralized platform offering “e-commerce on demand” is launching, and says it has the ambition of enabling shoppers to have online orders delivered in less than two hours — with food […]

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US Federal Government: Confusing Regulation For Crypto, Full Clearance For Blockchain

With more influential voices in academia and politics speaking out against burdensome federal regulations, is change imminent? Individual US states seem to be in competition for the title of the most crypto-friendly in the Union – Ohio’s recent announcement of imminent crypto tax payments being the latest example. Meanwhile, federal authorities remain in disarray with regard […]

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From South Korea to IBM Food Trust – How Blockchain Is Used in the Food Industry

How blockchain is feeding an appetite for transparent food supplies. 2018 has witnessed a steady increase in the number of food manufacturers and retailers using blockchains to enhance their operations. From tracking the quality of food to facilitating international trades in grain, blockchain technology has been turning up repeatedly in recent months; and while many […]

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