In his latest Blockchain Bytes column, Barry James delves into the various opportunities the Blockchain has made available to SMEs, as well as how businesses will be affected by its surge.
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Crowdfund Insider: Sunday July 22, 2018

Report Indicates US is Confiscating Bitcoin Held by Iranians

A report in Ibena from last week indicates that the US government is confiscating Bitcoins held by Iranians and the confiscation is ongoing.

Bitcoin.com: Sunday July 22, 2018

Over 500 BTC Belonging to Iranians Seized by US Government: Report

According to the head of Irans Blockchain Association, over 500 BTC belonging to Iranians were confiscated by the U.S. government last year, and the number is still rising. He explains that Iranians are unable to take action through proper channels from within their country due to Irans legal status of cryptocurrency.

Crowdfund Insider: Sunday July 22, 2018

Event Organizer and VC Alon Goren Invites Congressman Sherman to Debate his Negative Stance on Cryptocurrency

Last week the subcommittee on Monetary Policy, part of the powerful House Financial Services Committee, held a hearing entitledThe Future of Money:

Crowdfund Insider: Sunday July 22, 2018

JPMorgan Joins List of Firms Filing Patents for Blockchain

JPMorgan was in the news this week for a move than can only be described as crypto positive. A patent filed by JPM some months ago has just percolated up

Bitcoin.com: Sunday July 22, 2018

Costa Rican Workers Can Be Legally Paid in Cryptocurrency

Employees in Costa Rica can receive part of their salary in cryptocurrency and that wouldnt be against the law. Certain provisions in the national legislation allow companies to pay their workers not only with fiat money but also with goods, and some legal experts believe cryptos can fit in this category.

Bitcoin.com: Sunday July 22, 2018

Some Crypto-Mining Operations AreNot What They Say They Are

The crypto-mining space has been riddled with fraudulent operations pretending to be massive mining facilities when they dont even own a single miner.