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Can Ethereum-Based Akasha Revolutionize Social Networks?

“Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of the Mind. On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather… We will create a civilization of the Mind in Cyberspace. May it be more humane and fair than the world your governments have made before...

Endemic Censorship Raises Urgency for Blockchain Based Social Networks

"Beware he who would deny you access to information, for in his heart, he dreams himself your master." - Commisioner Pravin Lal, Alpha Centauri There was a time when the media was, or we believed it to be, independent and unbiased, but the full on, no holds barred, political battle that has now engulfed United States has revealed our mass media is fully controlled and no different than USSR’s...

Taringa!: Social Network with 75 Million Visitors to pay in Bitcoin

Maybe you haven't heard of Taringa! but that's about to change. Think of Taringa! as a combination of Facebook and Reddit for Latin America. Based in Argentina, Taringa! claims a unique user base of 75 million, second only to Facebook itself in the region among social networks. And they have caught the bitcoin bug, with the help of Xapo, the California-based Bitcoin wallet and service provider...

Messaging App Snapchat Introduces Peer-to-Peer Payments with Snapcash

Mobile messaging app, Snapchat has just jumped into the growing peer-to-peer payments arena with the launch of Snapcash. Snapcash, created in partnership with payment service Square, allows users of the popular ephemeral photo-sharing app to add a debit card to their account and instantly send money to a friend. By simply typing the dollar sign and an amount into Snapchat’s text-chat feature and...

Gems Seeks to Become the Bitcoin of Social Networks

In the digital age, social networking plays a central role in most people's personal and professional lives. While social networks offer users convenience, they also allow corporations to mine user data and reap immense profits. More troubling is that government can use these networks to spy on their citizens. Gems is a new cryptocurrency-based project that hopes to disrupt social networking like...

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