Smart Contracts

Blockchain, Smart Contracts, and the Future of Digital Currency

With new advances in blockchain technology seemingly appearing on a daily basis, particularly in the area of smart contracts, the digital currency industry is evolving at a rapid pace. With every new development being proclaimed as ‘the new Bitcoin’, what does it really mean for the digital currency industry and especially the end users who are moving to cryptocurrency in ever greater numbers?

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Smart Contracts – Self Executing Legal Agreements
Nick Szabo – Keynote – Smart Contracts Symposium
What is a Smart Contract? A Beginners Guide

Bitcoin and The Long Arm of The Law

Originally published on DCEBrief, Mar 2017 Regulation is a touchy subject in the bitcoin industry. Many cryptocurrency idealists who truly believe they are invincible to government reach, also believe that the lack of bitcoin-specific regulation gives them a free...

ICOs May Have Nowhere to Hide from Canadian Securities Laws

Originally published on DCEBrief, Jan 2018 Contained within several notices from the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), are clarifications of the regulations in place that can determine the legality of Initial Coin Offerings (also called Initial Token...

Op-Ed: Digital Currency and the Great Wealth Transfer

Originally published on DCEBrief, October 2016 In the United States alone, Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) are on track to inherit around $12 trillion from their savings-conscious parents who were raised in the era of the Great Depression. Over the...

Cryptocurrency and the Home Based Business

Originally published by DCEBrief, April 2016  -  https://dcebrief.com/cryptocurrency-and-the-home-based-business/ As a small business begins to grow, it becomes part of the engine of job growth for the American economy. What many people don't know is that over half of...

DNotes Pay is the Only Cryptocurrency Merchant Service that Doesn’t Invade User Privacy

For an industry that touts a high level of privacy as a major selling point, all existing cryptocurrency merchant services are anything but private. To accept cryptocurrency payments with services provided by leading companies such as Coinbase and BitPay,...

DNotesEDU Announces Release of Cryptocurrency Industry Insight Report

Originally Published on Digital Currency Executive Brief DNotesEDU has announced the release of its Global Digital Currency Industry Insight Report, a 45-page examination of the cryptocurrency industry that covers a broad range of blockchain and...

Fraud Prevention – Identity Theft

What do hackers do with stolen data? They sell it on the black market, also called the Dark Web. Anyone in possession of your credit card information can max out the spending limit before you even know the card is compromised. A Social Security number and...

21 Common Types of Bank Fraud Explained

Bank fraud is the act of using unethical or illegal means to obtain money held by a financial institution. Bank fraud is not only committed by bank representatives, but also their partners, customers, completely unaffiliated parties, or any combination of...

Fraud Protection for Veterans

In honor of veterans that have served and sacrificed, we would like to say thank you. “Americans are grateful for the sacrifices made by those who serve in the U.S. armed forces,” said FTC Chairman Joe Simons. “Sadly, some con artists prey on that...

The Great Digital Gold Capers: How Founders and Early Adopters Can Salt Cryptocurrency Mines for Self Enrichment

Fast moving digital currency markets have seen their fair share of winners and losers who became so swept up by the promise of quick profit, that their better judgement was gone with the wind. The long term consequences of this mentality may be less...

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