Hong Kong-based Crypto Exchange Bit-Z Lists XRP, Allows XRP-USD Trading pair  Photo: / Twitter Bit Z, a popular cryptocurrency exchange based in Hong Kong recently announced to list the XRP token. Furthermore, the exchange said that it will be adding support for the XRP-USD trading pai
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Fortnite Founder Big Fan Of “Decentralized Tech” Underlying Crypto. tag; BCH , Huobi Global DigiFinex, Bit-ZIn an unexpected turn of events, the official Fortnite merchandise store recently began to accept Monero (XMR) purchases through crypto-friendly payment service GloBee. That begs the million-dollar question — Is Epic Games, the creator of the aforementioned video game, enamored with cryptocurrencies
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Bitcoin Smart Contracts, XRP On Bit-Z, Zilliqa TestNet v3 & Cardano Before Stellar?
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~Night at Olmsted Point~ We got to Olmsted Point in Yosemite National Park at the perfect time to catch the sunset. The good thing about October is that I didn’t need to wait too long before the night sky was dark enough to catch the Milky Way over Half Dome. And it was certainly worth the wait! EXIF: Nikon D750 with Nikon 50mm lens Two exposures taken at the exact same spot approx. 1 hour apart. Foreground: ISO400 f11 1/2second BLENDED with Milky Way: ISO5000 f1.4 3secs