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Apple Says No and Other Cryptocurrency News

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Any speculation about an Apple cryptocurrency has now been put to rest. The company’s CEO Tim Cook said in an interview that currency is not something that Apple, or any other private company, should be dabbling in as it puts too much power in the hands of companies instead of governments. Cook sees no reason…

Cash is king – but not for much longer

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Centuries ago, paper money did not exist. Instead, other forms of currency such as shells and beads were used to conduct commerce around the world. In the 11th Century, the Song Dynasty were revolutionaries in their use of a paper-based currency, paving the way for its use for centuries to come. Today, the digital age…

Will 5G technology change your life? Probably not…

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Wireless technology has come a long way since the early days of the flip-phone. Today, phones and other wireless devices can do so much more than make phone calls and send text messages; they are entire computers that communicate with one another.  With the power of internet connectivity introduced in cell phones in the early…

Blockchain Technology Pushes P2P Industry Forward in August

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P2P Bitcoin trading has existed since the cryptocurrency came into existence over a decade ago. However, thanks to Bitcoin exchange Hodl Hodl, it just became even easier to make P2P Bitcoin trades in China. The company previously ran into roadblocks while it was using Google’s reCAPTCHA service which helped to detect bots, but was also…

5 signs you’re going to be a millionaire

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Everyone wants to be a millionaire. Having such a status means that you have financial security that is reserved for a small percentage of the world. But being a millionaire isn’t just about being wealthy, it’s about securing a financial future that is unshakable no matter what the future holds. Even if you don’t have…

August Inches Toward a No-Deal Brexit and German Recession

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Europe’s fears of a German recession may not be unfounded. The country’s GDP shrank by 0.1% in the second quarter of 2019, fueled by a slowdown in Chinese imports and domestic industrial issues. This is in contrast to the 0.2% GDP growth across the Eurozone bloc of nations. It’s possible this news could lead to…