Bitcoin or Ethereum: Which should you buy?

As everybody starts to jump on the cryptocurrency bandwagon, many people are wondering which coins are the best to invest in. For the purpose of this article, I will address the two biggest cryptocurrencies on the market, Bitcoin and Ethereum, who have market caps of $162,514,367,730 and $47,342,582,580 at the time of writing. There are... Continue Reading →

Dismantling Net neutrality could kill the internet, unless…

You could soon be paying to access Facebook and other social media platforms as the FCC plans to dismantle net neutrality, putting the power of the internet in the hands of telecommunications companies. Net neutrality regulates government and service providers by compelling them to treat all data on the Internet the same, and not discriminate... Continue Reading →

Zimbabwe should build their new economy on Bitcoin

With Robert Mugabe’s resignation as president of Zimbabwe comes the opportunity to do something truly special with the country’s economy that will essentially need to start from scratch. The culmination of Mugabe’s regime, which lasted just shy of four decades, coincides with a wide adoption of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. At the time of writing this,... Continue Reading →

All of the world’s four biggest credit cards now using Blockchain technology

With American Express now applying for a patent to implement blockchain technology into their customer rewards systems, all of the world’s four largest credit card issuers are now showing confidence in distributed ledgers and the time for cryptocurrencies to come to the fore is nigh… Earlier today, coindesk revealed that “American Express may be weighing... Continue Reading →

Ammbr Token sale details revealed in new whitepaper

The next step in the evolution of the internet, Ammbr, have released the second version of their whitepaper, revealing the details of their promising token sale on 14 November. The Ammbr Foundation (founded this year and based in Singapore) is aiming to decentralize internet services through Blockchain and Mesh technology with a view to improve... Continue Reading →

RT Part III: Ammbr’s SiGe chip “leaves everything in the dust”

Ammbr founder and Managing Director Derick Smith has revealed some details about the Ammbr router’s silicon germanium chip, which offers a far faster and more cost-effective functionality than any of the other chips on the market. Ammbr’s router is aiming to combine telecommunications and blockchain technology, along with several other functions, and Smith has explained... Continue Reading →

RT Part II: Empowering communities and disaster relief

Another topic that was discussed during Ammbr’s roundtable discussion on blockchain technology and mesh networking was how they would be able to empower people living in developing communities, as well as maintain connectivity without line of sight in instances of natural disasters. Ammbr advisor and Senior research associate at the University of Cambridge Dr Arjuna... Continue Reading →

RT Part I – The Ammbr Router: Blockchain, telecommunications and a platform for innovation

In their roundtable discussion, Ammbr has spoken about the various functions that their state-of-the-art router is fulfilling and will be capable of, as the foundation looks ahead to the manufacturing of their multi-tiered device. The recently released roundtable discussion between Ammbr founder and Managing Director Derick Smith and Ammbr advisors Dean Bubley and Arjuna Sathiaseelan... Continue Reading →

“A First In Modular Edge Computing Servers”

Ammbr founder and managing director Derick Smith has revealed the details of the Ammbr router, ahead of November 14’s ICO, and has explained how it is going to radically change the landscape of internet services. As Ammbr look forward to the company’s crowdfunding ICO on 14 November, Smith has described how his product will just... Continue Reading →

Changing the landscape of telecommunication

Blockchain technology is disrupting the financial industry, whether through cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, or by introducing novel consensus mechanisms. The trend has now extended to internet service providers, with privacy and costs being addressed by the latest player in avant-garde connectivity aiming to challenge the status quo in telecommunications. Ammbr is the latest... Continue Reading →

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