Origin Kebabs just wanted to let its followers know that four of its Queensland stores now accept bitcoin as a form of payment. Facebook wasn’t having it and blocked the Aussie restaurant from advertising on the social media platform. Someone might want to tell Mark Zuckerberg before he launches his own FaceCoin or they could find themselves in an awkward spot. Continue reading Facebook Awkwardly Blocks Aussie Restaurant from Bitcoin Payments Ad
The privacy of digital data on the network is the salient feature to P2PS secure, interference-free communications system developed by P2P Solutions Foundation.
The privacy of digital data on the global network finds a new competitor in the crypto universe. From the outset, the team of P2P Solutions Foundation points out a clear global problem; anything that is digitally exchanged with anyone, anywhere, is not protected by any privacy standard. Including information exchanged on corporate networks (private intranets). Right now the vast majority of Internet and Intranet activity is constantly monitored. At certain bottlenecks, the tracked information may be sensitive to the parties. In this way, new models are needed in which the activity is properly protected. Continue reading Digital Data Privacy on P2PS
Blockchain has arrived fully at the gates of Silicon Valley. Consider these two stories. Continue reading Google wants to index crypto. Facebook wants to eat it.
Facebook is reportedly “exploring” the creation of its own cryptocurrency, news media outlet Cheddar reported May 11. According to Cheddar’s anonymous sources, people “familiar with Facebook’s plans,” the social media giant is “very serious” about plans to launch an in-app virtual coin. Continue reading Facebook ‘Exploring’ Making Its Own Cryptocurrency
Sky News has reported today, March 18, that Twitter is considering implementing a ban on cryptocurrency-related advertising in two weeks according to an as-of-yet unconfirmed report. Twitter had not responded to a request for confirmation of the alleged crypto ad ban by press time. Continue reading Twitter Too May Ban Crypto-Related Ads