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Why Market Players Are Enthusiastic About Investing in “New Economy’: Expert Blog – Cointelegraph (Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News)


Cointelegraph (Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News)

Why Market Players Are Enthusiastic About Investing in “New Economy’: Expert Blog
Cointelegraph (Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News)
Expert Blog is Cointelegraph’s new series of articles by crypto industry leaders. It covers everything from Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies to ICO regulation and investment analysis. If you want to become our guest author and get published

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3D-Token ICO Attains Soft Cap and Launches Network Hubs’ Affiliation Program – Coin Idol (press release)


Coin Idol (press release)

3D-Token ICO Attains Soft Cap and Launches Network Hubs’ Affiliation Program
Coin Idol (press release)
3D-Token is running on the back of an already existing business (Politronica srl) and a highly-experienced award-winning team. Politronica is a spin-off company of the Italian University “Politenico di Torino.” The 3D-Token sale was launched on the

NEO Shows No Signs of Stopping Ahead of ICO Fest; Is it The One? – Cryptovest


Cryptovest

NEO Shows No Signs of Stopping Ahead of ICO Fest; Is it The One?
Cryptovest
Having had little price movement over Q4 last year, NEO looks to step up its game going into 2018, with highly innovative projects including the already successful Red Pulse ICO, the world’s first decentralized mobile phone network, Qlink, and a
ICO fundraising more difficult amid heightened investor scrutiny: Kenneth Oh, Dentons RodykDEALSTREETASIA

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UK.gov denies data processing framework is ‘sinister’ – but admits ICO has concerns – The Register


The Register

UK.gov denies data processing framework is ‘sinister’ – but admits ICO has concerns
The Register
The changes, for a Framework for Data Processing for Government, were quietly inserted at the Bill’s final committee stage in November – but soon faced a backlash from privacy groups, opposition parties and the Information Commissioner’s Office itself