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CipherTrace, Shyft Partner To Provide Solution For FATF 'Travel Rule'

Decrypt
Intelligence solutions provider CipherTrace and identity solutions provider Shyft are working on developing a know-your-customer-based solution to the Financial Action Task Force's new "Travel Rule," which will see crypto exchanges share trader information.
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Netflix-On-The-Blockchain Project Abandons Crypto Aspirations Following ICO

CoinDesk
TaTaTu, originally pitched as a streaming platform similar to Netflix that would also offer its own publicly traded token, raised $575 million in its 2018 token sale. Now the business running TaTaTu has stated crypto was never really part of the plan and blockchain tech only accounts for a small portion of the platform.
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Hewlett-Packard Wants To Make IoT Devices Safer With AI And Blockchain

The Wall Street Journal
Combining artificial intelligence and blockchain technology, Hewlett-Packard is working on an information-processing method to allow internet of things devices to communicate without sending or storing data on a corporate cloud.
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Florida Town Pays Bitcoin Ransom As Ransomware Continues To Haunt Local Governments

The Next Web
Officials in Lake City, Florida, paid $500,000 worth of bitcoin to hackers who had brought down the city's computer system for two weeks. Lake City is the second Florida town in as many weeks to pay a bitcoin ransom as a result of a ransomware attack.
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Opera's Mobile App With Built-In Wallet Now Available For iPhone Users

Decrypt
With the launch of Opera Touch for iOS, users will have access to Web3 via the Ethereum blockchain, allowing them to use dApps and make transactions using cryptocurrency.
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Mining Rig Manufacturers Struggle To Keep Up With Demand

CoinDesk
While bitcoin's current upward trend has increased the demand for mining rigs, manufacturers are also feeling the heat from established mining operations that need more computing power.
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Unstoppable Domains To Hold First Auction For 'Uncensorable' Blockchain Domains

Decrypt
As a domain registry, Unstoppable Domains partnered with blockchain platform Zilliqa to offer users .zil domain names. Now Unstoppable Domains is setting up for a June 27 sale of some of its most popular domain names, including "bitcoin.zil," which already has more than 500 prospective buyers.
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Cloudflare Introduces Ethereum Gateway To Its Distributed Web Gateway Toolbox

CoinDesk
The Cloudflare gateway will allow any device with access to the internet to interact with the Ethereum network, giving users the opportunity to deploy an executable distributed code contract without having to run a node.
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Indian Government Officials Ask For Fingerprinted WhatsApp Messages

After kidnapping rumors spread on WhatsApp led to lynchings across India in 2018, two senior government officials are asking that the messaging platform digitally fingerprint every message in order to ensure traceability.
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Polygraph Protocol Looks To Hold Double Spenders Accountable

CoinDesk
Developers of the Polygraph protocol hope the system can step in where Byzantine agreement protocols fail, helping to hold blockchain users accountable for double spending and preventing parties with more than one-third of a network's total mining output from gaining decision-making authority.
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Google Looks To Chainlink For Blockchain Data Storage

CoinDesk
BigQuery, Google’s data warehousing and business intelligence solution, may get some help sorting its data on the blockchain thanks to an oracle smart contract provided by the startup Chainlink.
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Old Mutual Insure Denies Coverage For Mining Operations

The Next Web
Pan-African insurance firm Old Mutual Insure will no longer insure the computer equipment used by crypto mining operations, citing the unregulated nature of the industry and its ties to cybercrime as two major factors.
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The AI Generation And The Right To Be Forgotten

Wired
As artificial intelligence becomes more prominent in our modern world, what's being done to ensure that the machines we are building, which collect our data to learn, have the capability to forget what they have learned about us?
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Enigma Releases Second Test Network For Ethereum Devs

CoinDesk
Enigma's newly launched test network, dubbed the Discovery protocol, enables developers to build privacy-preserving executable distributed code contracts, aka smart contracts, that allow sensitive data to be used as inputs.
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Lightning Labs Developing 'Watchtowers' For Bitcoin Lightning Network Upgrade

CoinDesk
With the newest version of the Bitcoin Lightning Network set to release on an undisclosed date in June, to-be-added "watchtowers" will monitor fraud on the network, preventing users from rebroadcasting old transactions to make more money.
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The Ransomeware Pandemic: US Cities Struggle With Cyberattacks

The Wall Street Journal
Baltimore refused to pay a $76,000 ransom after a cyberattack crippled thousands of computers for a month. It wasn't the first US city to face a ransomware attack, and local governments are scrambling to find better security and post-hack relief.