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Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses

Australia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is here. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports. Continue reading Institute Announces Australia’s First Fully Accredited Blockchain Courses

Grand Partnership of TEMCO X RSK X D’CENT to Develop RRC-20 Cold Wallet: D’CENT Revealed a Cold Wallet Supporting Bitcoin Smart Contract at the “2018 Beyond Blocks Bangkok Summit” for the First Time!

“IoTrust,” which has established a strategic partnership with TEMCO, the world’s first Bitcoin (RSK) based supply-chain data platform, will reveal D’CENT Cold Wallet that supports RSK’s RRC-20 Tokens at the 2018 Beyond Blocks Bangkok Summit for the first time. Continue reading Grand Partnership of TEMCO X RSK X D’CENT to Develop RRC-20 Cold Wallet: D’CENT Revealed a Cold Wallet Supporting Bitcoin Smart Contract at the “2018 Beyond Blocks Bangkok Summit” for the First Time!

Worlds Leading Blockchain Summit Series Visits the Middle East for the First Time

Dubai Marina, Dubai, UAE, 27th November 2018 – Blockchain Summit Dubai aims to build upon the worldwide success of the series’ purely blockchain dedicated events by bringing together experts and delegates in an unmissable Middle East summit. Continue reading Worlds Leading Blockchain Summit Series Visits the Middle East for the First Time

Singapore’s First Legal Trial Over Bitcoin Trading Disputes Began Today

Singapore’s first cryptocurrency trial over questionable trading practices began today as the market maker and liquidity provider B2C2 sues cryptocurrency exchange Quoine. The charge? B2C2 maintains that Quoine wrongfully reversed seven trades in April 2017 that lead to proceeds being deducted without B2C2’s authorization. Continue reading Singapore’s First Legal Trial Over Bitcoin Trading Disputes Began Today