Blockchain Journalism Startup Cancels Token Sale

Blockchain journalism startup Civil has announced it will issue refunds to investors who participated in its token sale, as it failed to hit the $8 million minimum that it set out to raise. Civil is a blockchain-based economy that involves the direct, peer-to-peer exchange of value between journalists who report articles, make videos, record podcasts,…

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Gangs on the Dark Web: Credit Card Scammers

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Cryptocurrency & Blockchain Are Hot Topics on Today’s Podcasts

Podcasts are becoming a popular tool for those looking for a soft introduction to cryptocurrency and blockchain tech.  Podcasting was once a relatively obscure idea. Currently, it’s one of the most common means of imparting news media and listening to commentary. It is estimated that at least 500,000 podcasts are active across the world right now,…

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Bitcoin Journalist Pioneer: Jamie Redman Has Over 2,000 Articles Published

Journalist Jamie Redman is a pioneer. He’s one of the first writers in the world to make his living by covering the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Readers count on his good judgement, perspective, careful study, and nonstop production to give them insight literally no one else can. He’s also the lead writer at news.Bitcoin.com, and is prized…

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Facebook shows once again that it does not understand or value journalism

In a video showing how Facebook intends to fight fake news, a data scientist made a dismissive comment about information that is both correct and not intended to mislead. It demonstrates the fact that Facebook does not understand or respect the practice of journalism. Publishers should take heed. Journalism is under attack from every corner….

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