BotChain to Host First Ever Blockchain/AI Conference in NYC

By Christina Comben BotChain is hosting their first ever Brains and Chains conference on June 28th at the InterContinental in Times Square, New York. The conference aims to unite leading players in the artificial intelligence and blockchain communities with topics including: Opportunities at the intersection of AI and Blockchain Valuing AI Related Cryptocurrencies What Doesn’t Work:…

Crypto Lawyers: What Are They and Why Do We Need Them?

Cole Gibson   Crypto lawyers are experts in blockchain technology and cryptocurrency regulations.  They help break down the technology to court during litigation. They also help break down the laws for cryptocurrency developers, exchanges, and startups. These lawyers are the designated liaison between the crypto world and lawmakers. The two biggest areas where cryptocurrency lawyers…

Crypto Crimes: ICO Scams, Robbery, and Money Laundering

– By Delton Rhodes The rising popularity of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology has brought many benefits to the world; however, this hasn’t come without a few down sides. Along the way, we have also seen a rise in the number of cryptocurrency crimes. From kidnappings to money laundering and many more types of crime, police and…

SIM Cards Might Soon Be History

SIM cards might be the biggest hangover from early smartphone days, which is still present in today’s most advanced phones.  We might have changed its size to MicroSIMs and NanoSIMs, but the basic technology and hardware structure remains the same. SIM cards however, might soon be history and get replaced by embedded SIMs or eSIMs, according…

Nokia 3310 is back…but there’s a catch

The Nokia 3310 is back. Sort of. The iconic, indestructible phone has been redesigned 17 years after it first launched. The new Nokia 3310 is smaller, sleeker and reportedly has 22 hours of talk time with a one-month battery life on standby. And, of course, it comes with Snake. Available in gloss red and yellow and matte blue and…

Whatch Out! Hackers shift attention to WhatsApp users

Indications have emerged that hackers are now stealing people’s bank details by sending files over the messaging service, WhatsApp. The hackers’ strategy is designed in a way that once opened (WhtasApp), the documents can gather sensitive information from users, including online banking details. According to a report, the virus has been disguised as a Microsoft…