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By: on July 4, 2019
A ColoradoBiz Magaine article touts Crypto-city.com as the goto resource for Crypto Education along with CoinTelegraph. This bit of news slipped under our radar, so we didn't catch this until now.  Source: https://www.cobizmag.com/Trends/Stop-the-Spam-Why-Google-and-Facebooks-Ban-of-Cryptocurrency-Ads-is-a-Good-Thing/
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By: on May 15, 2019
As of May 15th, 2019, Crypto-city has acquired the Ciredo Project and all related assets. More news will following in the next 1-2 weeks. https://www.ciredo.com  
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By: on May 14, 2019
Cryptopia has announced that they are going out of business and opted for liquidation. On Tuesday, the website went into maintenance mode and not long after, announced on their twitter that they are going out of busniness via the liquidation firm Grant Thornton. Despite managments efforts to return #Cryptopia to business, they've decided it was in everyone's best interest to liquidate. https://www.grantthornton.co.nz/press/press-releases-2019/cryptopia-limited-appoints-grant-thornton-as-li...
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By: on April 4, 2019
Shipping costs have risen by a $1 to $4.09 for first class 4 oz or less.  What does this really mean? For the uninitited, It would seem that things are getting more expensive. However, what it really means is not because thing are more expensive, but rather the #dollar paper #fiat money is now worth less and less. As a result, the same goods and services, now requires more of the #dollars to get said goods and services. To learn about how #money works, check out the Education link above or...
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By: on March 19, 2019
In the next week or so, Crypto-city will be doing some fun experiments with #Ninebot's Personal Transport Device by #Segway Just doing some calculations. and looking at distances of the shops around the area. Average is about 6 miles round trip. Average human walking pace is 3.1 mph. So, the stock Segway is a bit over 3X faster with a 14 mile range. Ater the initial tests, we can of course modify it to double or triple the range. What we need now are some bright yellow Crypto-city.com shirts ...
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By: on February 21, 2019
Apparently, some Facebook ads contain browser hijackers that try to scam people by preventing them from closing their browser. Browser hijacking modifies a web browser's settings without a user's permission  If this happens happens to you, you can do the following. Click Ctrl+Alt+Delete. Select Task Manger. ...
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By: on February 19, 2019
Making a transaction can potentially wipe you out if you're not careful with Ethereum. Why worry about getting hacked when this issue exist is an understatement.
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By: on February 17, 2019
So I stumbled across a post that I thought could use a bit of foresight and it's a bit entertaining.
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By: on February 16, 2019
JP Morgan recently announced they are producing JPM coin. Media outlets and people are in a frenzy. A fud article titled by Barron's reads, "JPMorgan Just Killed the Bitcoin Dream" has upset a lot of cryptocurrency supporters. The reality is that the JPM coin can be  sumarized as, "the same shit, on a different stick" and will likely have little to no impact in the general crypto space. JPMorgan's coin is simply a private centralized blockchain and is the opposite of what the cryptocurrency b...
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By: on December 12, 2018
Crypto-city's mobile API is coming... In the coming days...  Focusing on what matters. Sustainable Technologies :) ...
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By: on November 10, 2018
The SEC wants to regulate Decentralized Exchanges. This is one of the most stupidest thing I've heard in a while. Just as Crypto Currencies have said, "F**k-U" to the banks, the same will be true for centralized exchanges and the parasites (SEC, FINRA, etc...) that rely on them to stay alive. “You never change things by fighting the existing reality.. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” - Buckminster Fuller
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By: on February 27, 2018
ICO's are one of the few things in the Cryptospace I've abstained from as I've said in the past and I'll continue shy away from ICO's as 99% fail as most of them are simply money grab schemes with zero product. There are plenty of other opportunities in the cryptospace that already have existings products and markets. As of 2017, 46% of ICO's have already failed with many more to follow suit which raises those numbers to 59% and 2018 is not going to be any different.  https://news.bitcoin.com/46...
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