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Bifröst: A New Blockchain-Based Effort to Deliver Foreign Aid Payments

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bifröst: A New Blockchain-Based Effort to Deliver Foreign Aid Payments

ConsenSys Social Impact has joined hands with MakerDAO and Dether to launch Bifröst, a crypto-to-fiat payment system built to expedite the delivery of cash donations to aid groups in conflict areas.

Bifröst was announced during a presentation today, May 29, at the Oslo Freedom Forum in Norway. Executives are planning to pilot the system this summer within certain regions of Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

“Collaborative solutions like these … are paramount to materializing solutions in the social sector,” said Robby Greenfield, ConsenSys Social Impact’s global technical lead. “The Bifröst initiative looks to overcome both the inefficiencies in international aid and the user experience obstacles preventing mainstream adoption of today’s decentralized applications.”

ConsenSys is a blockchain venture production studio that builds decentralized applications on Ethereum; its Social Impact arm is tasked with addressing some of the world’s most pressing humanitarian issues using blockchain-based solutions.

Bifröst, ConsenSys Social Impact’s first venture, works by using smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain to enable peer-to-peer value transfers, thus creating a more direct process for individuals to donate to particular causes. Banks are also taken out of the equation, thereby reducing fees and allowing more donation funds to be given to aid groups. Once a donation is made, MakerDAO and Dether deliver the funds to the scheduled recipients.

MakerDAO is the creator of the Dai stablecoin, which is price-stabilized against the value of USD, while Dether is a decentralized mobile app that connects aid groups with local businesses that exchange cryptocurrencies for cash, making donations more accessible to international parties. Dether allows organizations to accept Dai donations and provides the cash equivalent to specified aid groups.

“With Dether, people on the ground can get cash quickly and seamlessly,” said company co-founder Hamid Benyahia. “Because Dether is a peer-to-peer system that only requires a mobile phone with internet access, aid workers can work with the local population instead of a centralized bank. This is critical for the two billion unbanked adults across the globe.”

Bifröst claims it can deliver payments to associations in less than three days. Payees also incur transaction fees of less than 1 percent. Under normal circumstances, payments are usually delivered between three and four weeks, while transaction fees of 10 percent or higher are common.

Bifröst is ConsenSys Social Impact’s first attempt to branch into product development. “The expansion of emerging technologies into the humanitarian sector is enabling us to address global issues in innovative ways,” said Ben Siegel, the company’s global project and partnership lead. “We are honored to be announcing this project alongside not only MakerDAO and Dether, but also the Human Rights Foundation who played a key role in the early ideation of the platform.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Cryptocurrency Trading Halted in Zimbabwe Despite High Court Ruling

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Restoration of cryptocurrency trading on Zimbabwe bitcoin exchange Golix will take longer than expected as the company says it is still working on having its bank accounts reopened while also awaiting finalization of regulatory issues regarding virtual currencies in the country. Golix is one of two major cryptocurrency exchange platforms in Zimbabwe, the other being

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Bitwage Launches ICO Advisory Firm and New Payment Solutions

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitwage Launches ICO Advisory Firm and New Payment Solutions

Bitcoin payroll and invoicing platform Bitwage, with operations in the U.S and the U.K., has launched two new products: Inwage, an advisory firm that creates and deploys solutions for launching initial coin offerings (ICOs); and Ether Inputs, an invoicing platform that allows ICO companies to pay employees in their preferred currency.

“The world of cryptocurrency is ever changing. While we strongly believe that Bitcoin is the greatest store of value ever seen, we also recognize the value of new forms of digitized assets,” said Jonathan Chester, president of Bitwage and Inwage, in a statement. “With our new ICO and Ethereum solutions, we are excited to help move this part of the industry forward.”

Inwage

ICOs offer alternative opportunities for companies to raise funds for their startups, but the process of creating and running an ICO project is often risky, complicated and expensive.

Inwage, created as an advisory firm, provides easy-to-deploy services for companies of all sizes to launch their ICOs. It offers a turnkey solution that comes with several features, including technical support, which ranges from smart contract development to initialization; security compliance and advice; and help with marketing and visibility of an ICO project.

Running an ICO often means dealing with large sums of money; this means the company could become a target for hackers. While Inwage offers companies the tools needed to process and hold their funds, it can also provide additional security consulting solutions by helping ICO companies set up enterprise-grade security protocols. Furthermore, it offers recommendations to avoid failures of smart contracts, as well as website security to protect all transactions carried out in the ICO.

Chester told Bitcoin Magazine, “Bitwage has processed $50 million with 0 hacks and has insurance for errors and omissions and cyberliability. An additional $50 million has been processed through the Inwage platform. Together, Bitwage has processed about $100 million.”

Finally, Inwage offers marketing services through its network of partners, targeting the U.S., European, Middle East and East Asian markets.

Ether Inputs

Bitwage has also launched Ether Inputs, a solution that allows ICO companies to pay workers in their preferred currency, which is especially useful in cases in which their employees are unable to hold bank accounts.

Chester said, “The new Ether Inputs will enable ICO companies to navigate a world that is not based solely on cryptocurrency.”

Companies can use Ether Inputs to fund their payroll using ether or bitcoin. Employees can also decide the percentage of their salary to be paid in either fiat or cryptocurrency.

The service was soft launched with successful ICO companies Aragon and Status in January 2018. Chester said, “Workers from Ether Inputs were receiving money in USD, Euro, GBP, ARG, and BRL” during the soft launch.

Bitwage has more products on the horizon, including cryptocurrency transactions and retirement solutions for U.S. crypto investors.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

A confidential report reveals that Purdue Pharma knew OxyContin was being abused within the first few years after it launched

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A bottle of prescription painkiller OxyContin, 40mg pills, made by Purdue Pharma L.D. sit on a counter at a local pharmacy, in Provo, Utah, U.S., April 25, 2017. REUTERS/George Frey

  • New York Times investigation found after uncovering a chain of confidential internal communications that Purdue Pharma knew that its opioid drugs were being abused in 1996 shortly after they came on the market.
  • In 2007, Purdue Pharma pleaded guilty to "misbranding" its drug as less addictive than shorter-lasting painkillers. 
  • Earlier in 2018, Purdue said it would cut down its sales force and enforce measures to both reduce the amount of excess drugs in circulation and make drugs with more "abuse-deterrent" properties. 

The US is currently in the throes of an opioid crisis. 

There were more than 42,000 deaths attributed to opioids in 2016, and 40% of all opioid overdose deaths involve prescription opioids. 

One of those prescription opioids, OxyContin, was first introduced to the market in 1996. In the few years following its launch, OxyContin-maker Purdue Pharma received numerous reports and tips that the drug had been circulating in the underground scene and was being widely abused, according to a New York Times investigation.

Purdue Pharma denied knowing anything about the abuse until the early 2000s, but a confidential Justice Department report showed that the drugmaker was notified by several researchers and knew about the abuse shortly after OxyContin hit the market, the Times story said. 

Despite the warnings and complaints, the company concealed such knowledge and continued to market the drug as less appealing to drug abusers and less addictive than normal opioids, according to the Times story. 

"Suggesting activities that last occurred more than 16 years ago, for which the company accepted responsibility, helped contribute to today’s complex and multi-faceted opioid crisis is deeply flawed," said Purdue representative Robert Josephson in an email statement. "The bulk of opioid prescriptions are not, and have never been for OxyContin, which represents less than 2% of current opioid prescriptions. As government reports state, today’s increase of fatal opioid-related overdoses is being driven by abuse of heroin and illicit fentanyl." 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the "economic burden" of prescription opioid misuse alone in the United States is $78.5 billion a year. The National Institute on Drug Abuse says that the value accounts for costs of healthcare, lost productivity, addiction treatment, and criminal justice involvement. 

The prescription drug abuse had its roots in the late 1990s, according to NIDA, when drug companies told the medical community that patients would not become addicted to prescription opioid pain relievers. This caused healthcare providers to prescribe these drugs at a higher rate. Later though, it became evident that opioids like OxyContin were in fact highly addictive and were becoming widely misused. 

The Times uncovered a series of internal communication spanning all the way back to 1996 that found Purdue was complicit in overlooking the dangers OxyContin posed. In May 1996, a study was sent to both Purdue's owner and general counsel alerting them about how drug abusers were extracting morphine from the MS Contin tablets. By 1997, Purdue was aware that OxyContin had become a hotly searched topic online and was especially popular in the underground drug scene. At that time, the company also started receiving numerous reports about abuse, addiction and crimes related to the drug. Examples included local newspaper articles about doctors refusing to prescribe more drugs because of high demand, as well as arrests tied to those purchasing the drug illegally.

Without conducting clinical trials, the FDA permitted Purdue in late 1995 to make the claim that its drug "was believed to have" less appeal to abusers based on a theory that drug abusers preferred the "quicker hit" of shorter-lasting painkillers. Purdue proceeded to center its marketing campaign around that statement. 

In 2007, Purdue Pharma pleaded guilty to "misbranding" the drug and settled after top Justice Department officials  decided not to move forward with felony charges. Purdue admitted that it had "trained sales representative to tell doctors that OxyContin was less addictive and prone to abuse than competing opioids," The Times reported. 

In February 2018, the drugmaker said it would cut its sales force in half and cease promotion of opioids to physicians. In a statement posted on Purdue's website, as part of their "multifaceted approach to address the prescription opioid abuse crisis," Purdue said it would take action to reduce opioid abuse by limiting the length of first opioid prescriptions and thinking of ways to make opioids with abuse-deterrent properties, such as making them harder to crush.

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bitcoinClean – the First Eco-Friendly Cryptocurrency

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Website Outlines The Cost of 51% Attack on Altcoins: It’s Lower Than You Think

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A website has been created that estimates the cost of a 51% attack on different cryptocurrencies, allowing attackers to maliciously double spend, meaning to spend the same balance twice. The site developer who goes by /u/xur17 on Reddit spoke to CCN about their motivation for creating the site: “There was an attack against Bitcoin Gold a

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Website Outlines The Cost of 51% Attack on Altcoins: It’s Lower Than You Think

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A website has been created that estimates the cost of a 51% attack on different cryptocurrencies, allowing attackers to maliciously double spend, meaning to spend the same balance twice. The site developer who goes by /u/xur17 on Reddit spoke to CCN about their motivation for creating the site: “There was an attack against Bitcoin Gold a

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Airbus just unveiled a stunning new interior for those who want to turn a $300 million airliner into a private jet

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Airbus ACJ Harmony cabin concept Lounge overview

  • Airbus Corporate Jets introduced the new Harmony interior design concept on Monday.
  • The Harmony cabin is designed for private jet variants of the Airbus A330neo and A350XWB wide-body airliners.
  • The interior features multiple VIP guest suites as well as a spacious central lounge.

Airbus Corporate Jets or ACJ debuted its new Harmony interior design concept on Monday. The new Harmony interior is designed for customers who order the private jet variants of the company's A330neo and A350XWB wide-body airliners.

"Harmony is a timeless and elegant design concept because we dare to break the conventions that are traditionally imposed on us as cabin designers," ACJ's head of creative design, Sylvain Mariat said in a statement. "Our creativity needs to be unique to fit the needs of our customers, as befits a host receiving their guests in their 'world above the world.'"

And harmony is exactly what this interior tries to deliver. The central design motif found throughout the cabin are concentric circles that are meant to resemble ripples on a pond.

Airbus ACJ Harmony cabin concept EntranceThe ACJ330neo and ACJ350XWB jets equipped with the Harmony interior will be treated to a master bedroom with attached office and bathroom. There are also four VIP guest suites — all with ensuite offices that can be converted into additional bedrooms. There's also a roomy lounge where passengers can meet. 

Upon entry into the cabin, everyone is greeted by a holographic globe that pinpoints the plane's exact location. 

The Airbus A330neo family carries a list price of $259.9 million for the Dash-800 and $296.4 for the larger Dash-900. While the A350XWB family ranges from $280.6 million for the Dash-800 up to $366.5 million for the Dash-1000. 

Airbus A330neo first flight take off 061All prices are for the aircraft excluding the Harmony interior. Airbus was not immediately available for comment on the cost of the interior. 

ACJ's aircraft are deployed in a variety of settings ranging from wealthy individuals to use by corporations and heads of state.

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How to Earn Money – While You Play Casino & Betting Games?

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British FX Firm Currencies Direct Pilots Ripple Tech

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Foreign exchange brokerage Currencies Direct successfully completed several international transfers using Ripple's xRapid product.

SEC Investor Conference to Hold Session on Bitcoin and ICOs

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The US Securities and Exchange Commission are holding the SEC Investor Conference in Atlanta this year on June 13 at Georgia State University. There will be a town hall event followed by break-out events wherein attendants can meet with members of the SEC for a more informal discussion on issues regarding regulation in the world … Continued

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What you need to know on Wall Street today

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Goldman is moving into an unglamorous part of banking

Goldman Sachs is quietly building out a business in a humdrum area of the market that helps big corporations manage and move their money. It's a far cry from the Wall Street bank's traditional business of advising companies on mergers and acquisitions and helping them raise capital.

The project is the latest in a series of Goldman moves into basic banking that have left many on Wall Street scratching their heads. Long known for its expertise in trading derivatives, advising on takeovers and managing money for the super wealthy, the bank has sought to diversify by capitalizing on a banking charter received during the financial crisis.

Read more about what Goldman is building here. 

 

Crypto is staging a comeback

Crypto markets are making a big comeback as political uncertainty grips Italy and Europe.

At the time of writing, a number of major cryptos were sporting big gains, including ethereum and bitcoin cash. Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, was trading up 4.8% at $7,446 a coin, according to Markets Insider data.

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Designers at SoFi and Robinhood explain how they trick users into actually saving (and making) money

Personal finance apps like SoFi and Robinhood have gained traction with customers — especially millennials — thanks to the ease with which they let users sock money away, save towards big goals, and make big purchases more possible.

At the heart of their success: A good product which combines smart design with financial psychology to convince users to meet the goals they set for themselves.

Here's how the best companies in fintech design their apps to convince users to save and make money.

 

Trump tough talk on China continues 

The Trump administration on Tuesday moved forward with restrictions on Chinese investment in the US and tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods despite talks that seemed to alleviate trade tensions between the two countries.

The White House announced Tuesday that the crackdown on Chinese trade would take effect in June. It said the final list of goods subject to a new 25% tariff would be released June 15, with more details on investment restrictions coming by the end of the month.

 

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Bitcoin Price Rebounds From $7,040 to $7,450 but Bulls Yet to Turn Up

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Earlier today, on May 29, the bitcoin price dropped to $7,040, to its new monthly low. Since then, BTC has recovered to $7,450, but regardless of the newly formed optimism in the market, it is still too early to conclude the start of a new bull market. Weak Volume As CCN reported throughout late May,

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Zcoin’s Merkle Tree Proof Release Seeks to Bring Back Fairer Mining

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Zcoin’s Merkle Tree Proof Release Seeks to Bring Back Fairer Mining

Zcoin, a privacy-focused asset, is launching a working version of MTP v1.2 (Merkle Tree Proof) — an ASIC-resistant proof-of-work (PoW) algorithm — on its testnet. Chinese mining conglomerate Bitmain had recently announced the release of an ASIC designed for mining the similar, privacy-based cryptocurrency Zcash, which ultimately led to some concerns in the cryptocurrency space, and Zcoin is looking to offer reassurance.

Founded in September of 2016, Zcoin was constructed to tackle decentralization and privacy issues on the blockchain. It was also the first currency to implement the Zerocoin protocol and provide financial privacy by using zero-knowledge proofs.

Created by Alex Biryukov and Dmitry Khovratovich in June 2016, MTP is designed to target miner centralization caused by ASICs and permit entry to the mining space for CPUs and GPUs. Speaking with Bitcoin Magazine, Zcoin’s Chief Operating Officer Reuben Yap explained how MTP works to demonopolize the cryptocurrency mining space.

“When you have specialized machines, X dollars will get you a hash rate 1000 times stronger than if I spend X dollars on a CPU or GPU, so if I spend $2,000 on a bitcoin ASIC miner, I’ll get a higher performance than if I spent $2,000 on a GPU rig,” he said.

“MTP’s aim is to make the price and performance as close to each other regardless of whether you use an ASIC, GPU or CPU, so no one can gain an unfair advantage through the use of specialized hardware. It is back to the idea of egalitarian mining where Satoshi was expressing one CPU per vote.”

Yap pointed out that ASIC manufacturers like Bitmain are not incentivized to sell miners at more affordable prices. But, by allowing people to use their existing hardware, without requiring something specialized to remain competitive, everyone can be kept “on fair footing as opposed to only the miner manufacturers having control.”

The system was first published in January 2018 and was used to strengthen algorithms against attacks found in both academic peer reviews and Zcoin-funded MTP bounty programs. MTP can handle large memory sizes from two to eight GBs, which pits it favorably against other leading PoW systems like Scrypt, Equihash and Cryptonight.

MTP also discourages the use of botnets — infected computers that are controlled to mine cryptocurrencies — as its high memory usage would likely alert users of infected systems due to heavy impacts on a system’s performance. Botnets have often taken advantage of ASIC-resistant algorithms in the past, though MTP requires considerably more memory for proof computation like mining than it does for proof verification.

Zcoin is now refining its MTP code to prepare the application for extended testing. It will also be launching bounties for open-sourced miners and pool software prior to its release on the main net.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Crypto is making a comeback as Italy's political crisis mounts

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Bitcoin is making a big comeback Tuesday morning as political uncertainty out of Italy grips financial markets. 
  • The cryptocurrency was trading up 4.8% at $7,446 a coin.
  • Watch bitcoin trade in real time here

Crypto markets are making a big comeback as political uncertainty grips Italy and Europe. 

At the time of writing, a number of major cryptos were sporting big gains, including ethereum and bitcoin cash. Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, was trading up 4.8% at $7,446 a coin, according to Markets Insider data

Bitcoin rallied close to $10,000 soon after the close of Tax Season in the US, but is down by more than $2,000 since the beginning of May. 

Market observers noted that Tuesday's rally was occurring at the same time as political uncertainty in Italy gripped financial markets.

"Bitcoin finally catches a bid after Italian 2-year yield spikes 155bps – Italy’s new 5 Star party threatens exit from Eurozone which has once again put the Idea of a Euro breakup in the forefront of investors minds," John Spallanzani, a portfolio manager at Miller Value Partners, said in an email to Business Insider. 

A deepening political crisis in the eurozone's third-largest economy, Italy, has been wreaking havoc in global markets Tuesday amid fears of renewed turmoil in the single-currency area.

On Sunday, Italy's president Sergio Mattarella declined to accept the nomination of euroskeptic Paolo Savona as economic minister. A national election in March resulted in a hung parliament and Italy has been running without a ruling government. 

Outside of crypto, gold - which is often considered a safe-haven asset - rallied earlier Tuesday, but has given up those gains. 

"To an extent, I think its good to see Bitcoin rallying with Gold, as the adverse developments in Italy and globally are pushing investors to risk-off," Tom Lee, the head of Fundstrat Global Advisers, said in an email. "It’s good to see Bitcoin as an uncorrelated trade on a risk off day."

Still, Lee pointed to market technicals as a key factor behind the crypto rally. 

"I think weekend trading can create a lot of noise, especially over a long weekend, given poor liquidity, absence of active traders (especially holiday weekend) and therefore investors can try to exploit that lack of liquidity," Lee said.

"So in some ways, Bitcoin’s bounce today is a relief and supported by technicals as well."

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Crypto Payroll Processor Bitwage Launches ICO Advisory Firm

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin payroll firm Bitwage has launched an advisory company aimed to make it easier for companies to launch token sales.

Bitcoin Now Faces Last Major Support Level Before $5K

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin is down again and looks set to test another key support level at $6,900, the technical charts indicate.

A New Twist On Lightning Tech Could Be Coming Soon to Bitcoin

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The lightning network is still new, but a group of its devs are already thinking about an alternative technology to better protect users' funds.

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