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  • There was a programmer in 2009.., par /u/MadBanker01, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    There was a programmer in o-nine
    Who spent much of his time online
    He made quite a splash
    By inventing a new type of cash
    Which was to become quite difficult to mine
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  • Lightning Network: hashlocks vs private keys exchange, par Simone Bronzini, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I am reading the Lightning Network paper and noticed that when describing bidirectional payment channels, the authors used "Breach Remedy transactions" and the exchange of the two parties' private keys to discourage any of the parties to broadcast an old commitment transaction. This is (...) Read more Simone Bronzini
  • What distinguishes a miner from another?, par JustAnotherUser, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    So I've been recently studying about Bitcoin and had few questions: 1) What distinguishes a miner from another miner? Is there any proof that two miners are not the same person? 2) What can we say are the transactions accepted by a miner? Is it all transactions in the blocks after itself, (...) Read more JustAnotherUser
  • TheBlueMatt pushed to matts-servers at bitcoinfibre/bitcoinfibre, par TheBlueMatt, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: TheBlueMatt’s Activity :: RSS
    Mar 1, 2017 TheBlueMatt pushed to matts-servers at bitcoinfibre/bitcoinfibre a48b998 [doc] Update doc/bips.md for BIP90 implementation 08e0690 Update sendfrom RPC help to correct coin selection misconception 60 more commits » Read more TheBlueMatt
  • Blockchain SHA256 hash and nonce, par user7347188, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I have been reading the SHA256 hash creation with a random nonce. So, my understanding is every miner would pull uncommited transactions and would try to create a Hash of the transactions with a random nonce starting with 0 and increment from there on. So, if every node/miner is performing the (...) Read more user7347188
  • Re: Any tips for finding and building a team to work with?, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Not easy to find team to work.
    Write more details about what you're looking for Read more
  • Bitcoin Price Sets New All-Time High for Second Day in a Row, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    The cryptocurrency's price reached new heights today, rising to as much as $1,228.69 by 15:00 UTC, according to the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index ... Read more
  • Bitcoin Price Sets New All-Time High for Second Day in a Row, par Charles Bovaird, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: CoinDesk :: RSS
    Bitcoin prices keep reaching new all-time highs, buoying the current rally's staying power.
    Source Read more Charles Bovaird
  • Few German Banks Are Implementing Blockchain Tech: PwC Survey, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    PwC Germany conducted a survey on the current state of blockchain technology implementation at German banks. The survey shows that German ... Read more
  • How to Pick the Right Credit Repair Company, par admin, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: TradeHill Blob :: RSS
    A credit repair service will generally cost you around a few hundred dollars and would take up a major part of a year to provide you with better credit score. Choosing one yourself is one of the biggest decision you could ever make because you would be spending both your time and money and a wrong decision could just end up into a disaster.
    There are many credit repair companies out there, both good and bad and some even provide you with fraudulent data so it is crucial to choose a right credit repair company for yourself.

    So how do you decide that which company is good for you? Just follow these few simple tips:

    Determine the need for credit repair services


    So, the first thing you need to determine is what services you require from the credit repair company.
    You might have tried to boost your credit score and might have failed miserably or you might have disputed an information but received no result, there are many issues regarding a credit card and you need to decide why you require the repair services. Sometimes it is just not possible to uplift your score yourself and you need an expert’s help for that.
    So basically ask yourself why do you need a credit repair service? If the answer is that you are about to look for a new job, house or something else and need to boost up your score fast, then you know what you are looking for.

    Identify a good and reputable credit repair company


    Once you have determined that you need one of the best credit repair services, time to research about credit repair companies and do some background checks on them.
    There are innumerous credit repair companies out there which offer you the best credit score ever and promise to dispute information for you but only a few stick to their words and deliver the services that they promised.
    There are many fraudulent companies too which would promise you a lot of services at a low price which you need to stay away from. A good and reputable credit repair company will cost some dollars but it will get the work done and that is the one you need.
    So make sure you do a proper check on all the companies and ask other customers before choosing the services of anyone. Always make sure that your company provides you a proper and detailed contract before you opt for their services.
    Make sure that you are provided with 24/7 good customer service, money back guarantee and full-time access to their sites to track the progress of your credit repair process.

    Avoid these companies


    Choosing the right credit repair company is a difficult task with so many frauds out there and so you should be extra vigilant while choosing one.
    Make sure that you ask them for a proper contract before you undertake their services and if any company doesn’t provide you with a detailed contract, run to the mountains right that instant!
    As advocated by CreditRepairXP, y1ou should also avoid those hi-fi companies who have a generic template for all the disputes, you want a company who would put in some effort to resolve your issue. If any company asks you to pay before the services are delivered, you need to stay away from such companies.
    Avoid any company which doesn’t promise to remove inaccurate information and doesn’t help you diligently with managing your credit accounts. Read more admin
  • Delivering a New Blockchain-Based Patient Care Model, par Michael Scott, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Magazine :: RSS
    Delivering a New Blockchain-Centric Patient Care Model
    With promises on the part of the new Trump administration to reboot Obamacare, the U.S. healthcare system is at a crossroads. Staggering costs, barriers to patient access and quality-of-care concerns underscore the need for innovative solutions to address this key element of America’s future.

    One company firmly entrenched in efforts to address many of these prevailing issues is Atlanta-based Patientory. It endeavors to deliver population-health management solutions that assist healthcare organizations in boosting clinical outcomes through physician-coordinated care. Through the use of a patient-centered protocol supported by blockchain technology, Patientory is poised to change the way patients securely manage their health histories and interact with their clinical care teams.
    Through use of the company’s mobile app, Patientory users create an individual profile. Their medical information is then stored on a secure, HIPAA-compliant blockchain platform, allowing them to connect with care providers as well as other patients who have similar health issues or concerns. This allows patients greater control over their overall health across multiple care teams, both inside and outside of the hospital.
    The company’s genesis is tied to the 2016 inaugural class of the Boomtown Health-Tech Accelerator in Boulder, Colorado. This led to a collaborative exchange with the Denver-based Colorado Permanente Medical Group, part of the Kaiser Permanente consortium, based in Oakland, California.
    Despite its startup status, the company has established a deep footprint in the healthcare landscape. For CEO Chrissa McFarlane, who has over 10 years of experience in the industry, Patientory reflects her personal journey and frustration with patients not having access to a central depository of their own health information and to a supportive community.
    Facilitating Patient-Centered Care

    McFarlane notes that while the Affordable Care Act reflected the Obama government’s effort to create a more unified health system, in the current state of chaos, the solution  ultimately boils down to the individual having the necessary resources to make informed decisions regarding their health.
    “Our platform is primarily patient focused. We make it easy for patients to connect with their health, which includes their information, caregivers and a peer community of individuals for support. Unfortunately, this has never existed in the U.S. And while other healthcare companies are trying to achieve similar goals, it’s on a very siloed level.”
    From a clinical standpoint, the Patientory app makes it easy for a patient care team to interact and share data, including medication and overall health history. Physicians and other care providers can therefore coordinate care over the continuum of a patient’s care journey.
    Similarly, patients can interact with all of their physicians at once, in real time, fostering greater coordination of care efficiencies and cost savings. This is a valuable feature for patients with chronic conditions who often deal with a host of physicians, specialists and subspecialists who play a role in their care.
    Moreover, the portability of their health records allows a new physician easy access to their health histories, reducing the burdensome take of having to reinvent the wheel whenever a new health provider is contacted.
    Security
    In light of the growing number of data breaches facing the healthcare industry, blockchain technology’s major value proposition within the healthcare sector revolves around its robust security protocol, which makes HIPAA compliance feasible for both patients and providers.
    Built on the belief that decentralized hospital records improve information security, Patientory employs data networking and medical information storage in a manner that allows patients to manage their own health data repositories, thereby improving overall patient care and well-being.
    From electronic health information confidentiality to security threats identification to disclosure protection, Patientory’s employment of blockchain technology helps the healthcare ecosystem mitigate damaging data breaches. Unlike electronic health records, which are vulnerable to hacks, blockchain technology is able to utilize a more secure, permanent record of online information exchange. 

    Greater Efficiency
    On a macro level, Patientory’s ability to coordinate care greatly alleviates the occurrence of unnecessary and wasteful services. A care team’s ability to access a patient’s health history decreases the likelihood that they’ll rerun duplicate tests. This can lead to lower costs and greater efficiencies in the overall continuum of care.
    “Our primary health moonshot goal is cost to zero,” says McFarlane. “In other words the goal is to radically reduce the cost of care by a factor of a million. By offering automated treatments care plans and coordinated care through a health community network, the industry will see an 85 percent decrease in hospital readmissions/penalties along with zero healthcare breaches through decentralized blockchain technology.”
    Concludes McFarlane: “We’re anxious to see the effects of Patientory’s value in the industry, specifically how it improves the quality of life of those suffering from chronic illnesses. The uncertainty for the future of Obamacare breeds hope for blockchain technology startups like Patientory, which seeks to fill the gaps in our health system, empowering the individual patient to take charge of their own health in a proactive way.”
    The post Delivering a New Blockchain-Based Patient Care Model appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine. Read more Michael Scott
  • Re: What's the most advanced symmetric encryption?, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Thank you for your inputs! I accidentally forgot to add, but I studied about OTP, too. I studied that although it is considered theoritically uncrackable, in practic...
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  • Few German Banks Are Implementing Blockchain Tech: PwC Survey, par Alex Lielacher, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Magazine :: RSS
    Few German Banks Are Implementing Blockchain Tech: PwC Survey
    PwC Germany conducted a survey on the current state of blockchain technology implementation at German banks. The survey shows that German bankers believe that blockchains will play an important role in the financial services industry in the future. However, only a small percentage of banks are currently actively implementing the technology as part of their overall business strategies.

    According to the study, a surprising 68% of the surveyed senior banking executives have little to no technical understanding of blockchain technology. Nonetheless, 63% believe that blockchains will impact banking business models within the next ten years. On the other hand, only 25% of the surveyed executives see blockchains having an impact on their business models within the next two years.

    Currently, at 75%of German banks, blockchain technology is not a part of their strategic outlooks. This is made clear by the fact that 58% of German financial institutions currently do not employ staff that focus on developing solutions using distributed ledger technology, and that 72% of banks currently do not have budgets for developing such solutions. According to the survey, only 2% of German banks are significantly investing in blockchain technology to improve their businesses.

    IT security, data integrity and auditing purposes are areas that the surveyed banking executives consider to be most likely for implementation of distributed ledger technology. In areas such as securities trading and settlements and peer-to-peer payments, German banking executives forecast a lower chance of blockchain implementation in the near future.

    Perhaps the most interesting takeaway from the survey is that the majority of German banking executives do not see the need to implement blockchain technology into their business models in the near term: 39% of banks do not intend to engage in any blockchain projects in 2017, while 27% are still undecided about whether they will start blockchain initiatives this year; 25% stated that they would start to implement blockchain into their business strategy once the majority of other banks have done so; and only 13% of banks intend to be among the first to implement blockchain technology.

    The survey also highlights that smaller German banks are more keen on blockchain technology implementation than their larger and more established counterparts. Banks with balance sheets under €1 billion have been spending a year longer on average researching blockchain solutions for their businesses than their competitors with balance sheets larger than €1 billion. In fact, it is the smaller banks in Germany that are embracing this new technology while larger banks are taking a more wait-and-see approach when it comes to blockchains.

    The results of this survey are somewhat symptomatic of the fact that the financial industry is regularly discussing blockchain technology and running trials to test its use, but hardly any financial institutions are actually implementing live blockchains into their businesses yet.

    The post Few German Banks Are Implementing Blockchain Tech: PwC Survey appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine. Read more Alex Lielacher
  • Trump and the nation’s CEOs participate in a bit of quid pro quo, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    MONTGOMERY VILLAGE, MD., February 28, 2017 – The Trump administration has been very busy meeting on February 23 with some of the nation’s top CEOs including Johnson & Johnson’s chief executive officer, Alex Gorsky, and David Farr, chairman of Emerson Electric. Working in groups of four, the meeting attendees were there to come up with [...] Read more
  • Trump and the nation’s CEOs participate in a bit of quid pro quo, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Alltop - bitcoin :: RSS
    MONTGOMERY VILLAGE, MD., February 28, 2017 – The Trump administration has been very busy meeting on February 23 with some of the nation’s top CEOs including Johnson & Johnson’s chief executive officer, Alex Gorsky, and David Farr, chairman of Emerson Electric. Working in groups of four, the meeting attendees were there to come up with [...] Read more
  • Trump and the nation’s CEOs participate in a bit of quid pro quo, par Mark Norton, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS

    MONTGOMERY VILLAGE, MD., February 28, 2017 – The Trump administration has been very busy meeting on February 23 with some of the nation’s top CEOs including Johnson & Johnson’s chief executive officer, Alex Gorsky, and David Farr, chairman of Emerson Electric. Working in groups of four, the meeting attendees were there to come up with recommendations…

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  • Re: BlockChan - Censorship Resistant Message Board, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    from the end user's perspective it doesn't matter very much. but the implementation w...
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  • Thai stock exchange uses blockchain for new startup marketplace, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Finextra Research Online banking channel :: RSS
    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) is planning to launch a blockchain-based marketplace for startu... Read more
  • Crypto Hedge Fund, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Let me introduce you to CCP100!  Shocked
    This is a financial game that's driven off of stock splits. You Buy in for $2400 worth of BTC (or in increments of $300 up to $2400) and get x amount of shares at the current price. Then, based off of new money comin... Read more
  • Re: BlockChan - Censorship Resistant Message Board, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    from the end user's perspective it doesn't matter very much. but the implementation will be way more complex if you wanted to support multiple block chains

    Thank y... Read more
  • Re: What's the most advanced symmetric encryption?, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Bcrypt is kinda based on Blowfish, just pointing it out to make sure you glance over it.

    If you are going to consider asymmetric you might wanna take a look at One...
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  • UK and Canada Regulators Sign Agreement for FinTech Expansion, par Rebecca Campbell, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: CryptoCoinsNews » News :: RSS
  • Mastercard gets behind Startup Canada, 1 March 2017

    Wednesday 1 March 2017 :: Finextra Research Payments channel :: RSS
    Startup Canada, the national rallying community and voice for Canada's 2.3 million entrepreneurs, to... Read more
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