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This blockchain-powered platform lets you enjoy live concerts — in virtual reality

This blockchain-powered platform lets you enjoy live concerts — in virtual reality

Virtual reality is only getting bigger. The VR market is tipped to be worth more than $33 billion within the next two years. With the market growing to such heights, different industries are grappling with various ways to make the most of the opportunity, including the entertainment and live events industries.
Cryptocurrency eos leaps past litecoin into fifth place by market cap

Cryptocurrency eos leaps past litecoin into fifth place by market cap

A cryptocurrency with ties to former hedge-fund manager Michael Novogratz has surged past litecoin into fifth place by market capitalization.
Berlin tops the world as city with the fastest rising property prices

Berlin tops the world as city with the fastest rising property prices

Berlin has emerged as the frothiest property market in the world, with the city engulfed by expensive highrise developments and speculative buying that threatens its traditionally low rents and hip arts scene.
Golem Arrives: One of Ethereum's Most Ambitious Apps Is Finally Live

Golem Arrives: One of Ethereum's Most Ambitious Apps Is Finally Live

Wouldn't it be nice to make some extra cash while browsing social media? That's the promise of Golem, a peer-to-peer market for putting your computer's excess CPU power to use for other people. And today, after three years and 14 software implementations later, it's going live on the ethereum blockchain.
Zuckerberg makes case for privacy regs with teeth — by failing to remember non-existent FTC fine

Zuckerberg makes case for privacy regs with teeth — by failing to remember non-existent FTC fine

Chalk up a sharp political point in support for privacy  legislation with actual teeth: In today’s testimony in front of the House Energy & Commerce committee, Facebook  CEO Mark Zuckerberg  was asked about the outcomes of a string of legal actions against the company — most of which he claimed not be aware of.
Like flu season, the 'infectious' spread of bitcoin could be over, Barclays says

Like flu season, the 'infectious' spread of bitcoin could be over, Barclays says

In order to value bitcoin and predict future prices, analysts at Barclays came up with a model that likens it to an infectious disease. Like flu season, the mania around cryptocurrency and subsequent price spikes could be coming to an end.
Bitcoin tanks below $7,000, down 6% in two hours

Bitcoin tanks below $7,000, down 6% in two hours

Bitcoin dropped more than 6 percent over two hours Monday, below $7,000 as the April tax-filing deadline approaches. The cryptocurrency hit a low of $6,646.07 as of 3:49 p.m. ET Monday, according to data from CoinDesk. Bitcoin prices have fallen more than 27 percent over the past month.
Astronomy and ecology come together in drone designed to tackle poaching problem

Astronomy and ecology come together in drone designed to tackle poaching problem

If reductions in habitats due to deforestation and climate change weren't enough, many species around the world are being driven to the brink of extinction from poaching. We've already seen numerous efforts employing drones to help combat this threat,
Cannabis Sales May Surpass Soda by 2030

Cannabis Sales May Surpass Soda by 2030

The U.S. legal cannabis industry is expected to reach $75 billion in sales by 2030, according to research firm Cowen & Co. That’s almost as large as the North American carbonated soft drink market in 2017.
Toronto Luxury Home Sales Plunge 46% From Last Year’s High

Toronto Luxury Home Sales Plunge 46% From Last Year’s High

The high-end of Toronto’s housing market is bearing the brunt of declines from last year’s dizzying growth, with prices falling and unit sales slumping by almost half. Sales of detached homes in and around Canada’s biggest city fell 46 percent in March from the same month a year ago,


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