Business of Bots will showcase the best in the business of chatbot and AI and focus on the wider enterprise use of AI technology.
San Francisco, May 15-17, 2018 — Business of Bots announces its 2nd annual show in response to industry enthusiasm around emerging AI technology trends in industries such as finance, marketing, human resources, customer service and more. Hundreds of industry professionals with gather at the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel for 3 days of networking and peer-to-peer learning. Continue reading Business of Bots returns to San Francisco, May 15-17, 2018
Poloniex is a crypto exchange based in the United States, which offers maximum security and advanced trading features. In 2015, the exchange had a grand redesign, where they added a wealth of different features to improve their service and to provide a fully immersive trading experience. They have unique technical analysis charts, allowing their customers to stay abreast of news flow and analyse any price trends before taking a position. They also offer a live chat function, should their customers have any problems.
Poloniex prides itself on being a very secure exchange, and they keep most of their customer deposits in an offline air-gapped cold storage, and have dedicated auditing programmes, which are designed to monitor all exchanges and report and block any suspicious activity. They also have a good volume and orderbook depth for the majority of its trading pairs.
They have flat trading fees at 0.25%, and all deposit and withdrawal fees are subject to the blockchain’s specific minimum transaction fee.
Year Launched: 2014
The Gemini Exchange aptly got its name, as a result of its two founders, who were the Winklevoss twins. They are a New York digital exchange that is regulated by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYSDFS). Although they are held to the highest level of capital reserve requirements, and banking compliance standards, they have faced criticism, due to the fact that at the launch in late 2015, they only allowed US citizens on to board, in 26 states and Washington DC.
They applied for status as a New York State limited liability Trust, rather than a Bitlicence, which makes it different to other exchanges. Unlike others, it gives the exchange the ability to deal with both institutional clients and individuals. The founders have plans to allow access to other crypto markets when the time comes as well.
There are no deposit and withdrawal fees and trading fees are 0.25% off both sides of the trade.
Year Launched: 2014
The US Department of the Treasury published a blog post offering advice to other government agencies that are interested in adopting blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) in their internal systems. The post, which was drafted by the Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service (BFS), includes several lessons that officials gleaned while experimenting with a proof of concept blockchain system. Continue reading US Treasury Offers Advice to Government Agencies
The US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released a memo March 23, reminding US citizens of the need to report their digital currency earnings on their income tax returns. Continue reading IRS Warns Taxpayers To Include Crypto On Income Tax Returns