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Experienced Blockchain Developers Demand Big Salaries

As cryptocurrency solutions and distributed ledger technology grow more popular, many fintech startups, consultancy firms, and legacy financial institutions are looking for blockchain specialists. According to reports blockchain developers and qualified cryptocurrency engineers see the demand for their talents and are asking for salaries of over £250,000 and £500,000. Also read: India’s Government Divided Over Bitcoin Legalization ‘A Ph.D. in Blockchain Could Make You a Fortune’ Well-known finance firms and many other types of companies are steadily searching for blockchain programmers. The demand for these careers can be seen in great…

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Blockchain Collectibles: A Discussion With the Creator of Curio Cards

This week Bitcoin.com chatted with Thomas Hunt otherwise known as ‘Mad Bitcoins’ about a new blockchain based collectibles project he started — Curio Cards. The collectibles are a digital trading card that can be exchanged or stored on the Ethereum blockchain. Also read: Mining Pool Viabtc Launches New Cryptocurrency Trading Platform Collectible trading cards is a billion dollar industry as people trade decks of their favorite sports players, Pokemon characters, Magic the Gathering spells, and many other types of interesting subjects around the world. Virtual trading cards tethered to blockchain technology…

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56 Bitcoin Companies Approve Segwit-2Mb Combined Fork Plan

The Anticipated ‘Barry Silbert Scaling Proposal’ Has Been Revealed For a few days bitcoin enthusiasts have been anticipating the “Barry Silbert” scaling plan  hinted at a few days ago. Following Silbert’s statements about a new scaling effort, a meeting took place in connetion to the Consensus 2017 conference. As the conference came to an end, Silbert’s venture capital firm DCG revealed the compromise proposal. The agreement is supported by 56 digital currency companies stemming from 21 countries worldwide. The letter states the agreement has the backing of over 83 percent of…

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