Technology

Bankera ICO aims to disrupt the crypto world

  • 19/02/2018 at 01:45 by It's a Gadget Staff
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BankeraBankera is looking to make cryptocurrency easier and affordable so that it can move quickly into mainstream circulation. There is no doubt that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin can end up being the future of how we make payments locally and internationally but at present, the market is a rough and tumble world that people know to be a way to make quick money. However, for cryptocurrency to succeed it needs to have a stable base where people see the value. Fiat currency can go up and down, but not at the drops that something like Bitcoin does.

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A private home assistant: Mycroft Mark Two

  • 14/02/2018 at 23:06 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Mycroft Mark TwoThe Mycroft Mark Two is an open source voice assistant in the mold of Google Home and Amazon Echo but with a big difference. For this device, privacy is the word for users. The fact that your conversations are a big plus for this gadget.

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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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CES 2018 Day 4: Canon, Google, Ford

Canon Concept CES 2018Day 4 of CES is upon us, and the exciting gadgets and ideas keep coming. Canon has a concept camera that utilizes artificial intelligence on show, Google has arrived at CES to push its Google Assistant, Ford and Ojo Electrics collaborated to create a smart electric scooter, a robot from Savioke call Relay robot that acts as a concierge service and a Scrabble-playing robot from ITRI.

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CES 2018 Day 3: Pimax, Huawei, Omron and Smart Gadgets

iOttie Wireless ChargerWelcome to CES Day 3. Today, there were wireless chargers everywhere, an 8K VR headset, a table tennis playing robot, super fast mesh WiFi, smart lights that sync up with the music on your computer and a robot that sorts and folds your laundry.

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CES 2018 Day 2: Intel and Lenovo

lenovo thinkpad x1 yogaCES has reached day two in Las Vegas, and while there may have been a technical mishap with the electricity, the announcements coming out were a good look at who has been stepping up their game to take the lead with digital technology. Intel came under fire following reports of the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, but that did not stop them from aiming high for the future. Lenovo showed the crowd what’s next for their laptops and a newcomer called Rokid has an impressive pair of AR glasses in the works.

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CES 2018 Day 1: LG, Samsung and Sony

LG Signature Oled W8Las Vegas is once more playing host to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018). With the first day now winding down, let’s take a look at what this year is showing off.

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