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07 May 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [62954]
Vol 230 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 229 Issues 2, 3, 4 and 5

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 10 Cybercrime Myths That Could Cost You Millions
  • AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform: What We Learned From Tech Earnings
  • IT Mistakes That Could Cost An Organization Millions
  • Deep Dive on AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Cloud Storage Options
  • Intel Optane Memory Review
  • CIO's Guide To The New Economics Of Real-Time Integration
  • Foiled! 15 Tricks To Hold Off The Hackers
  • The Future Of Wi-Fi: The Best Is Yet To Come
  • 3D NAND To Make Up Half Of All Flash Memory Production
  • How CISOs Should Address their Boards About Security

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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07 May 2017 Will Bitcoin Disrupt The Remittance Industry? [62963]
ITProPortal, April 28th 2017

"From banking to peer-to-peer platforms, is Bitcoin the next to make its mark on the remittance industry?" asks Fred Schebesta in ITProPortal.

"The digital age has seen the rise of new players shaking up the money transfer market. From banking to peer-to-peer platforms, is Bitcoin the next to make its mark on the remittance industry?

Bitcoin, termed as 'a peer-to-peer electronic cash system' by its inventor Satoshi Nakamoto, or 'the Internet of Money' more generally, is a digital currency that is totally electronic, operating independently without the need of a bank or middleman, and was introduced to the world in 2009..."
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07 May 2017 Why All Central Banks' E-Currencies Will Fail Horribly [62964]
bitcoin.com, April 27th 2017

"Imagine a prize of $1 trillion. Let's say it's not legal to claim it, but what if nobody could trace it? Would you do it? If not you, then I'm sure there would be plenty of people waiting in line behind you. Keep that in mind.

From time to time I hear 'central banks could issue e-currencies on blockchains!'. Before dwelling on the details on why that isn't possible, let's consider an 'Einsteinian thought experiment'..." bitcoin.com
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05 May 2017 U.S. Government Cracks Down On Illegal Bitcoin Money Transmitters [63061]
Bitcoin Magazine, May 5th 2017

"Owning and operating a money transmitter service in the U.S. is 'illegal' unless it is registered with State agencies. Unfortunately, this is also true if one uses Bitcoin to exchange for fiat currency. Bitcoin is not immune from State or Federal laws regulating the flow of money, and agents can track bitcoin transfers over the blockchain..."
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03 May 2017 Japan Legalises Bitcoin; Price Goes Through The Roof [63042]
NEWSBTC, May 3rd 2017

"Bitcoin price has almost jumped 7 percent in the initial two days of May to reach a record high of $1469.56 on Tuesday. The Bitcoin price which now nears the record high of $1500 is spurred by the spike in demand from Japan, following the legalization of Bitcoin over there. Japan passed a law to accept bitcoin as a legal payment method which came in effect on April 1, 2017.

Bitcoin, which had suffered a dip in price in the latter half of March following the debate over the future of its underlying technology, was resuscitated by the support from Japan after its legalization there. The bitcoin price has been steadily rising since then, with only minor fluctuations..."
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