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  • V-ID is aiming to erase digital fraud
    V-ID is a Dutch blockchain company aiming to put an end to digital fraud
    The Netherlands has become a mini hub of activity for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Whilst at the Digibyte Summit in Amsterdam last month, I saw one company – V-ID – showing how its technology can protect not just digital files from manipulation, but also physical files.

    This week I sat down with co-founder Pim Voets and lead business developer Joshua Jenster to discuss how V-ID came about, what the company hopes to achieve, and of course, how V-ID managed to put an original Rembrandt piece of art onto a blockchain.

    The ideas behind V-ID have been in the pipeline for some time now. Pim had previously been working with the three other co-founders for 15 years in a company that “made secure platforms for secure communications and information management”.

    “One of the logical demands from that market was something like V-ID, so that is how the project began, but it soon grew out. We realised that V-ID could be potentially huge, which is when we decided to separate it from our main company and V-ID was created,” Pim recalls.

    Joshua is a more recent recruit, but he is no less enthusiastic. Coming from a technological background having studied programming, he soon found his passion “lied in trying to understand a client’s language and matching it with our language and that of our developers. Understanding the client’s needs and their issues and how we can solve that. So far V-ID has been perfect for me to achieve this.”
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  • V-ID is aiming to erase digital fraud
    V-ID is a Dutch blockchain company aiming to put an end to digital fraud
    The Netherlands has become a mini hub of activity for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Whilst at the Digibyte Summit in Amsterdam last month, I saw one company – V-ID – showing how its technology can protect not just digital files from manipulation, but also physical files.

    This week I sat down with co-founder Pim Voets and lead business developer Joshua Jenster to discuss how V-ID came about, what the company hopes to achieve, and of course, how V-ID managed to put an original Rembrandt piece of art onto a blockchain.

    The ideas behind V-ID have been in the pipeline for some time now. Pim had previously been working with the three other co-founders for 15 years in a company that “made secure platforms for secure communications and information management”.

    “One of the logical demands from that market was something like V-ID, so that is how the project began, but it soon grew out. We realised that V-ID could be potentially huge, which is when we decided to separate it from our main company and V-ID was created,” Pim recalls.

    Joshua is a more recent recruit, but he is no less enthusiastic. Coming from a technological background having studied programming, he soon found his passion “lied in trying to understand a client’s language and matching it with our language and that of our developers. Understanding the client’s needs and their issues and how we can solve that. So far V-ID has been perfect for me to achieve this.”
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  • V-ID is aiming to erase digital fraud
    V-ID is a Dutch blockchain company aiming to put an end to digital fraud
    The Netherlands has become a mini hub of activity for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Whilst at the Digibyte Summit in Amsterdam last month, I saw one company – V-ID – showing how its technology can protect not just digital files from manipulation, but also physical files.

    This week I sat down with co-founder Pim Voets and lead business developer Joshua Jenster to discuss how V-ID came about, what the company hopes to achieve, and of course, how V-ID managed to put an original Rembrandt piece of art onto a blockchain.

    The ideas behind V-ID have been in the pipeline for some time now. Pim had previously been working with the three other co-founders for 15 years in a company that “made secure platforms for secure communications and information management”.

    “One of the logical demands from that market was something like V-ID, so that is how the project began, but it soon grew out. We realised that V-ID could be potentially huge, which is when we decided to separate it from our main company and V-ID was created,” Pim recalls.

    Joshua is a more recent recruit, but he is no less enthusiastic. Coming from a technological background having studied programming, he soon found his passion “lied in trying to understand a client’s language and matching it with our language and that of our developers. Understanding the client’s needs and their issues and how we can solve that. So far V-ID has been perfect for me to achieve this.”
    https://web.cbnt.io/@alidervash/v-id-is-aiming-to-erase-digital-fraud-v-id-is-a-dutch-blockchain-company-aiming-to-put-an-end-to-digital-fraud/15581565955519?action=referralRegister&code=kiboDo
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  • V-ID is aiming to erase digital fraud
    V-ID is a Dutch blockchain company aiming to put an end to digital fraud
    The Netherlands has become a mini hub of activity for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Whilst at the Digibyte Summit in Amsterdam last month, I saw one company – V-ID – showing how its technology can protect not just digital files from manipulation, but also physical files.

    This week I sat down with co-founder Pim Voets and lead business developer Joshua Jenster to discuss how V-ID came about, what the company hopes to achieve, and of course, how V-ID managed to put an original Rembrandt piece of art onto a blockchain.

    The ideas behind V-ID have been in the pipeline for some time now. Pim had previously been working with the three other co-founders for 15 years in a company that “made secure platforms for secure communications and information management”.

    “One of the logical demands from that market was something like V-ID, so that is how the project began, but it soon grew out. We realised that V-ID could be potentially huge, which is when we decided to separate it from our main company and V-ID was created,” Pim recalls.

    Joshua is a more recent recruit, but he is no less enthusiastic. Coming from a technological background having studied programming, he soon found his passion “lied in trying to understand a client’s language and matching it with our language and that of our developers. Understanding the client’s needs and their issues and how we can solve that. So far V-ID has been perfect for me to achieve this.”
    https://web.cbnt.io/@alidervash/v-id-is-aiming-to-erase-digital-fraud-v-id-is-a-dutch-blockchain-company-aiming-to-put-an-end-to-digital-fraud/15581565955519?action=referralRegister&code=kiboDo
    V-ID is aiming to erase digital fraud V-ID is a Dutch blockchain company aiming to put an end to digital fraud
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  • $225 million in long liquidations as BTC plunges to $6,400
    During Bitcoin's sell-off this morning, crypto exchange BitMEX saw a single liquidation of $104 million as price crashed down from its recent $8,400 high to around $6,400
    Bitcoin crashed to a low of $6,380 on BitMEX this morning as the original cryptocurrency lost over $10 billion in market cap during a period of flash liquidations on the exchange.

    BitMEX’s price index is formed using a 50:50 split of the Bitstamp and Coinbase Pro BTC/USD markets. The sell-off seems to have been triggered due to a massive amount of BTC being sold all at once on the crypto exchange Bitstamp.

    Bitcoin was trading comfortably above $7,800 before the sale of 3,600 BTC (worth around $28 million) wiped just over $1,500 off the price of the decentralised asset to trade at a low of $6,175.
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    BitMEX witnesses $225 million in long liquidations as BTC plunges to $6,400
    During Bitcoin's sell-off this morning, crypto exchange BitMEX saw a single liquidation of $104 million as price crashed down from its recent $8,400 high.
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  • 6 Developments Potentially Triggering Bitcoin Price Volatility
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    It has been a very turbulent night for Bitcoin and all of the alternative markets available today. With all markets losing as much as 10% of their value in quick succession, everyone is looking for a reason as to what happened. It appears there are a few interesting developments which can all influence the way these markets are moving. There is always much more to this industry compared to what is seen on the surface.

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    1 More Tether / Bitfinex “Drama”
    2 Blockport’s STO Fails to Raise Capital
    3 Prohashing Drops BCH ABC Mining (for now)
    4 Mounting Bitcoin Transaction Fees
    5 Binance Resumes Withdrawals Following Upgrade
    6 Poloniex Cracks Down on Potential Securities
    More Tether / Bitfinex “Drama”
    For quite some time now, a lot of cryptocurrency enthusiasts have claimed there is something amiss with Bitfinex and Tether. Both entities are suspected or artificially influencing the Bitcoin price, either for better or worse. These developments would then, in turn, affect all of the alternative markets as well, as they derive value from Bitcoin. In a new announcement, Bitfinex has scored a minor victory in terms of its legal proceedings. The New York Supreme Court agreed the injunction against Bitfinex was vague and overbroad. Because of this decision, both Bitfinex and Tether can continue their business as normal without any hindrances.

    However, there are always two sides to every story. As part of the proceedings yesterday, it seems Tether’s reserves can no longer be loaned to Bitfinex. Nor can Tether distribute funds from its reserves to its employees, executives, or anyone else who is not on the normal list of recipients. This new measure will remain in place for 90 days but will seemingly not cause any real problems. In fact, Tether seems more than happy with the new decision. A very interesting situation well worth keeping an eye on.

    Blockport’s STO Fails to Raise Capital
    Ever since ICOs have gone out of fashion, numerous companies have tried to raise funds through an STO, or Security Token Offering. While that model can be successful in many different ways, it is evident not everyone will be successful. Blockport, a company specializing in letting users buy Bitcoin with Euros, attempted to raise 1 million euro to keep its business moving forward.

    Since the cap was not reached, all investors will be reimbursed and no BPS tokens will be distributed. This also means the company needs to scale down significantly, and Blockport will be taken offline in late May of 2019. Although the company may restart in the future, the future remains somewhat unclear at this time. Users will be able to withdraw their funds accordingly, although further details will be provided over the coming weeks.

    Prohashing Drops BCH ABC Mining (for now)
    It has been an eventful week for the Bitcoin Cash community. Following some positive price moment, one would expect this ecosystem to note some big growth accordingly. A new hard for this week has caused a fair few problems. Especially the Prohashing mining pool saw an influx of orphaned blocks. Since no solution has been offered since, the company removed mining support through the Bitcoin Cash ABC Client. Instead, they now switched to Bitcoin Unlimited Cash. This doesn’t mean BCH support has been dropped altogether, but it is a peculiar development regardless.
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    6 Developments Potentially Triggering Bitcoin Price Volatility - NullTX
    It has been a very turbulent night for Bitcoin and all of the alternative markets available today. With all markets losing as much as 10% of their value in quick succession, everyone is looking for a reason as to what happened. It appears there are a few interesting developments which can all influence the way …
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  • Enjin CTO on the revolutionary ideas Enjin is exploring for the Multiverse
    Coin Rivet recently spoke with the co-founder and CTO of Enjin, Witek Radomski, to discuss the wacky and revolutionary ideas Enjin has for the blockchain gaming Multiverse
    Coin Rivet recently spoke with Enjin co-founder and CTO Witek Radomski to discuss the wild, wacky, and revolutionary ideas and concepts Enjin is exploring for the blockchain gaming Multiverse.

    Innovation
    Witek discussed how the Multiverse is providing genuine innovation that the mainstream gaming industry has been lacking for some time.

    The Multiverse is a collaborative effort of many game developers feeding into one unique and authentic experience for both the developer and the player.

    One of the central pillars of the Multiverse is the ability to take in-game items from one game to the next – almost as if the player is being transported to a different universe complete with all their hard-earned gear.
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    Enjin CTO on the revolutionary ideas Enjin is exploring for the Multiverse
    Coin Rivet recently spoke with the co-founder and CTO of Enjin, Witek Radomski, to discuss the wacky and revolutionary ideas Enjin has for the Multiverse.
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  • India's powerful NASSCOM tech lobby wants the Reserve Bank to give crypto a chance.
    Powerful Indian Tech Lobby Urges Central Bank to Favor Bitcoin Startups
    Dominant Indian tech lobby, NASSCOM, is pushing the Reserve Bank of India to be inclusive with cryptocurrencies like bitcoin in its regulatory sandbox to shape the future of the country’s fintech industry.

    NASSCOM, which represents the $154 billion Indian IT sector and is a powerful voice in the industry, is calling for the RBI to include crypto in its so-called ‘Draft Enabling Framework for Regulatory Sandbox’ after they shunned its inclusion in the official document on the framework, and excluded cryptocurrency, crypto trading and ICOs from testing.

    BITCOIN INCLUSION
    A NASSCOM spokesperson said including crypto in the framework would help the bank better understand the risks and opportunities presented by cryptocurrencies:
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    Powerful Indian Tech Lobby Urges Central Bank to Favor Bitcoin Startups
    By CCN: Dominant Indian tech lobby, NASSCOM, is pushing the Reserve Bank of India to be inclusive with cryptocurrencies like bitcoin in its regulatory sandbox to shape the future of the country's fintech industry. NASSCOM, which
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  • Crypto Market Crashes, Bitcoin Down 9%, Ether - 7%
    The crypto market crashed on Friday morning (UTC time) suddenly, erasing almost all its gains this week, before rebounding somewhat.

    All major coins are in red now (04:14 UTC), while the absolute majority of tokens among the top 100 dropped by 10%-20% in the past 24 hours. The total market capitalization is down almost 10%, to USD 234 billion.

    Bitcoin dropped almost 10%, ether lost almost 7%, while XRP, Stellar and Cardano are the biggest losers among the top 10 coins.

    Top 10 coins by market capitalization:
    (04:14 UTC)
    According to Tuur Demeester, founder of Adamant Capital, a Bitcoin alpha hedge fund, and some other members of the cryptoverse, this flash crash was lead by selling on the Bitstamp exchange, where bitcoin price fell to as low as USD 6,178 before rebounding above USD 7,000 again.
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    Crypto Market Crashes, Bitcoin Down 9%, Ether - 7%
    The crypto market crashed on Friday morning (UTC time) suddenly, erasing almost all gains this week, before rebounding somewhat.
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