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How Blockchain Technology Could Replace Your Resume

The ability for a blockchain to ensure the legitimacy of someone’s credentials has long been a theorized use case for the technology, which could be great news for those job searching. Largely, this ties to the idea that blockchain technology is granting value to digital assets and qualifications that were previously easy to duplicate and … Continued

Canadian Blockchain Company Helping Further eSports Development for Sri Lankan Gamers

Nova Scotia-based technology startup Ubique Networks, Inc. partnered with Sri Lanka’s national telecommunications provider Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) to use blockchain to power eSports for Sri Lankan gamers. Originally reported by gaming new site Gaming Post, the two parties signed a formal agreement in November 2018 at the Sri Lankan-based Canadian High Commission. Zero Game Lag On … Continued

LinkCoin- The First Exchange to Offer Tether USDT Trading in Canada

As Cryptocurrency markets continue to face unprecedented volatility, investors are actively looking for financial instruments to protect themselves from this fluctuation. One of these instruments is Tether, the stable coin that claims, for every one token they circulate into the market, they also place one US-Dollar into its’ reserve, helping the token maintain its stable … Continued


Bicameral Ventures Invests In New Aion-Powered Blockchain Browser Metalyfe

Toronto-based Metalyfe announced earlier this week that it has received a strategic investment from Bicameral Ventures. Led by Kesem Frank, also the co-founder of Aion and Nuco, Bicameral targets companies building on the Aion platform. While terms of the investment were not disclosed, Metalyfe will be compensated in Aion tokens (currently trading around 0.174110 USD at the … Continued

DigitalBits Partners With Metalyfe Blockchain Browser

We are excited to announce the addition of Metalyfe to the DigitalBits partnership ecosystem. Metalyfe is a blockchain browser that allows users to regain control of their personal data generated via online activities. The current state of the internet sees large technology companies such as Amazon, Google and Facebook collecting and profiting from valuable user data, without compensation to … Continued

Canada Could be Well-Positioned for the World’s Digital Asset Transformation

By: Alex Tapscott The recent price decline — a rare collision of factors — has proved that people overestimate the potential for technology short term and underestimate it long term Canada has a rich history of innovation, but in the next few decades, powerful technological forces will transform the global economy. Large multinational companies have … Continued

How Companies Can Get Into Cryptocurrency

When it comes to cryptocurrency, individuals often have an easier time making a decision than a company. Where individuals only have to think about their personal financial goals and risk, companies may have a lot more at stake. There’s always risk involved but at the same time companies have many different avenues to get involved … Continued

Detailed Analysis of Decred Fork Resistance

Detailed Analysis of Decred Fork Resistance It is not a secret anymore that pure PoW networks are vulnerable to forking. We have witnessed the creation of several minority forked coins, most notably Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Cash, and Bitcoin SV. This post explains how the Decred network prevents minority forks, based on an analysis … Continued

Blockchain Technology IRL: More Than A Bitcoin

It’s quickly becoming apparent that blockchain technology is about far more than just Bitcoin. Across finance, healthcare, media, government, and other sectors, innovative uses are appearing every day. While some ventures may fail, others could go on to become household names if blockchain proves itself to be as revolutionary as many are predicting. Recently, CoinTelegraph … Continued

Canadian City Calgary Launches a Digital Currency to Boost Local Economic Activity

Calgary has become the first Canadian city to launch a digital version of its local currency. Known as the Calgary Digital Dollar, the digital currency will be used exclusively in the City of Calgary located in Alberta Province and will operate alongside the federal currency, the Canadian Dollar (or the loonie as it is popularly referred), Initially … Continued

Blockchain Year in Review: The Late, But Not Great, 2018

By: Aaron Grinhaus – Grinhaus Law Firm As the sun sets on 2018, I hear echoes of what optimists have been saying about cryptocurrencies over the past several years, that they are to blockchain what email is to the internet: the first use case, but certainly not the only use case. Lately, much of the news has been focused around the falling price … Continued

Can You Use Bitcoin to Pay for Travel?

When most people think of buying tickets for a flight or making other travel-related purchases, they might reach into their wallet for their credit card.  But did you know you might be able to pay with a form of digital cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a type of digital cryptocurrency that serves the same function … Continued


New Brunswick Tricked Crypto Investors to Teach About ICO Fraud

New Brunswick’s Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB) has created a fake website and ICO in a bid to educate investors on the danger of cryptocurrency scams. The FCNB created TydeCoyn.ca, offering Canadians the opportunity to invest in a “cryptocurrency token that marries tourism promotion and environmental activism.” The TydeCoyn “scam” The fake scam is … Continued

Ethereum Classic: What it is and How to Buy Ethereum Classic (ETC)

This guide will cover Ethereum Classic, a hard fork of Ethereum that is a prevalent cryptocurrency in today’s landscape. This article aims to provide an overview of Ethereum Classic for both experienced digital asset traders and newcomers to the space. What is Ethereum Classic? Ethereum Classic is a hard fork of Ethereum (ETH) that came into existence … Continued

Shyft Partners With Fintech Platform Uulala

Shyft, the global blockchain-based network that facilitates the secure sharing of attested and compliant data, has announced the signing of a Letter of Understanding (LOU) with Uulala, a social impact organization that aims to accelerate the financial inclusion of the under-banked. As part of this partnership, Uulala will become a strategic technology integrator on the Shyft … Continued

KPMG to Canadian Companies: Now is the Time to Invest in Blockchain

Audit, tax, and advisory firm KPMG LLP said that blockchain adoption is on the rise and that Canadian companies should take advantage of the emerging technology. In a recent press release, KPMG said the “fog around blockchain” is lifting as more companies look to the technology to achieve faster and more secure transactions, improve efficiencies in … Continued

Overstock CEO Plans to Sell Retail Business to Focus on Blockchain

Despite market fluctuations, one famous CEO is demonstrating his confidence in blockchain and cryptocurrency. Overstock’s Patrick Byrne has announced he will sell the retail side of Overstock, focusing in instead on his blockchain company and investment division. Byrne was an early supporter of blockchain and cryptocurrency leading Overstock to become the first major online retailer … Continued

Air Canada Partners with Winding Tree to Test Blockchain Air Travel

Air Canada recently followed Air France, KLM, Lufthansa, and others to partner with blockchain startup Winding Tree and join its blockchain-based air travel marketplace. Air Canada is set to join a decentralized, open-source platform, for travel agents to make more direct travel arrangements for their clients. The new travel distribution platform will give travel agents … Continued

Four Ways to Use Blockchain in Your Everyday Life

For many, the first interaction with blockchain technology is an investment in cryptocurrency. While that may be the first use case, it’s far from the only one; blockchain technology is starting moving away from solely powering cryptocurrencies towards much wider use. Blockchain has the potential to one day underpin all the technology we use in … Continued

Head of the IMF Suggests Countries Issue Their Own Cryptocurrencies

Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said governments should consider a central bank digital currency (CBDCs) to prevent fraud and improve financial services in both developed and developing countries. Lagarde, speaking at the Singapore Fintech Festival this week, said banks should work to create digital cash systems to keep up with private digital finance … Continued

Canadian Parliamentary Committee Calls for Cryptocurrency Regulation

The Canadian parliamentary finance committee, after conducting a review of the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA), recommended three ways the Canadian government should monitor and regulate cryptocurrencies. While conducting the review, which began in February 2018, the finance committee held 18 meetings and heard testimony from 70 expert witnesses. The … Continued

Changing the World One Block At A Time

What if I told you the biggest innovation of the 21st century wouldn’t be Artificial General Intelligence, genetically engineering humans, or connecting our consciousness with a brain-computer interface to live forever, but instead… a digital chain of blocks. You probably wouldn’t believe me, and that’s why I’m not going to claim that! Instead, I’m going to … Continued

Interoperability Key in Blockchain Roadmaps for 2019

Next year could be another exciting one for blockchain as many projects mature and focus on interoperability. In 2019, the technology under development may see implementation across business and consumer technology stacks. Blockchain and cryptocurrency investors have had a year likely full of concerns over token price performance. Many are ready to see their investments, … Continued

New Survey of Finds Significant Amount of Canadians Interested in Crypto

A new survey of 2,000 Canadian’s by comparison website Finder shows cryptocurrency use is increasing in Canada. It also reveals an opportunity for cryptocurrency proponents to convert a large proportion of Canadians who don’t yet understand the nascent industry. Increasing cryptocurrency use in Canada Finder found 16.55 percent of respondents had purchased cryptocurrency. If this statistic … Continued