Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Startups Are Making Progress (bitcoinmagazine.com)

Golem has lumbered in from the wilderness now with its first beta release, the Brass Golem, bringing the notion of Airbnb for computers to life on Ethereum. Also in Ethereum news, Ether Capital seeks to be a steadying and calming force in the Ethereum technology and ICO space.Samsung has now confirmed that it is manufacturing ASIC chips for Halong Mining, while the ASIC-resistant hashing algorithm that is part of Ravencoin has peeked its head above the clouds with a new white paper and…

Bitcoin

This Canadian Bank Is Reaching Out to Blockchain Startups and ICOs (bitcoinmagazine.com)

Financial institutions in Canada have largely embraced blockchain technology, with most major banks, including the central Bank of Canada, conducting pilot projects or at least research into the uses of blockchain technology in banking. In fact, the Bank of Canada has gained a reputation for blockchain-friendliness with its experiments with mock digital currencies and payment systems on the Ethereum blockchain.As for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, they’ve mainly been getting the cold…

Bitcoin

Regulatory Loophole Helps Startups in India Accept Bitcoin Without Breaking the Law (news.bitcoin.com)

Some businesses in India believe that they have found a loophole in the finance minister’s speech that sought to clamp down on the use of cryptocurrencies. While this loophole may allow startups to accept bitcoin without breaking the law, experts question its viability.
Also read: Japan’s DMM Bitcoin Exchange Opens for

Bitcoin