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CoinLion – The cryptocurrency porfolio and trading management platform

CoinLionCoinLion is a cryptocurrency portfolio management and trading platform. The platform makes it easier than previously for users to get into the cryptocurrency trading market, based on traditional portfolio management and trading platforms based on fiat currency like E-Trade, Scottrade or TD Ameritrade.

In return for sharing portfolios, research and strategy CoinLion users can earn LION as an incentive token.

CoinLion’s beginning

The founder and CEO of CoinLion, Josh DeWitt, has a background as a wealth manager at Merill Lynch. DeWitt’s experience and education in the financial sector gave him an advantage in knowing what was available in trading technology. Mining Bitcoin on the side while working, DeWitt saw that there were not many good ways to trade with cryptocurrency. Most of the systems of trade took too much time or were hard for users to have confidence in using the platforms.

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Russian employers use supercomputer to mine Bitcoin

  • 10/02/2018 at 23:43 by It's a Gadget Staff
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BitCoin LogoIn the latest Bitcoin news, employees at the Russian Federal Nuclear Centre in Sarov have been caught using the work computers for Bitcoin mining activities. Utilising one of the world’s most powerful computers, the employees exploited a one petaflop supercomputer for cryptocurrency mining.

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Bitfinex and Tether worries crypto investors

  • 04/02/2018 at 21:37 by It's a Gadget Staff
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BitfinexSome people in the Bitcoin community are worried that the price is being artificially propped up by speculators on the Bifinex exchange. It is not just Bitcoin that has invested concerned, but also other digital tokens. Bitfinex has a history of hidden business practices and hacks, so the exchange has already become known for being a bit shady.

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Quantum Physicist Wins Australian of the Year

  • 28/01/2018 at 04:28 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Michelle Yvonne SimmonsA quantum physicist, Michelle Simmons, has been awarded the Australian of the Year award. Professor Simmons is researching quantum computing with the aim to start a quantum computing industry. Many people know that Silicon Valley is where a lot of technological evolution happens, but it might surprise many to see what is happening in the land down under.

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Happy New Year 2018!

  • 31/12/2017 at 02:12 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Another year will be over soon and with 2018 almost here we would like to wish all our readers: Happy New Year!

On behalf of our team we all hope that 2018 will bring everyone more health, strength and time to fulfill all the things that we couldn’t fulfill in the past.

Happy New Year 2018!

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Net Neutrality is gone, but is there any life after?

Net NeutralityNow that net neutrality has is repealed, what does that mean for the internet as it is? Well, that is not an easy question to answer as there’s not much information coming from the government or the ISPs about what happens next.

There are many thoughts on what ISPs like Comcast and Verizon are going to do, such as creating fast lanes for their content and slowing down content from other sites, blocking access to websites, charging websites to be o a fast lane or to be accessed through their service. People are worried their Netflix might slow down if they are with a particular provider, that the playing field for online content will be uneven for the companies that have the money.

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Report: Bitcoin Whales can put monopol on the cryptocurrency

  • 11/12/2017 at 23:50 by It's a Gadget Staff
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BitCoin LogoBitcoin is in an exciting place at the moment. The cryptocurrency has risen in value and appears to be continuing its upward trend. There are arguments about its real value (Something is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it, and Bitcoin has no intrinsic value beyond what others place as its value) and it is mostly something created by a person who wrote a white paper under a pseudonym. In the midst of the Bitcoin boom (Or bubble) sit 1000 people who own 40 percent of the Bitcoins in the world.

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