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23 Aug: ERC-20 tokens “MSEC” started to be issued

The system examination of ERC-20 tokens “MSEC” has been completed. The tokens is being issued to customers who have bought “MSEC”. Instruction about how to receive “MSEC” will be sent to customers by email. We are launching “MSEC” to our digital assets exchange system. There are couple exchanges have already accepted our request and are being approved. We will notice every customer as soon as possible if there are any updates . Thank you for your attention. If you have any questions, please contact our customer service department by phone at +852 3643 1311 or email Buy@Minesec.Io, thank you.

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10 Jul: More than 800 cryptocurrencies are “Dead” A “Bubble” or the Natural Selection of Coins

Recently, the development of cryptocurrencies is dramatic. The financing amount of capital raised through Initial Coin Offering (ICO) has reached 3.8 billion till July, 2018.  However, in the reality, there are more than 800 cryptocurrencies are considered “dead” as their market value are less than 1 penny in USD, which is less than 0.1 RMB. Therefore, many investors are worried as the situation of the market of cryptocurrencies recently seems similar to the “Dot-com bubble” in 2000. Despite the fact that the value of most cryptocurrencies is dropping, there are still hope among the economists and they are positive to…

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07 Jul: Who is Johnson Tuke?

Hon. Johnson Tuke, MP is Papua New Guinea’s Minister for Mining. Papua New Guina is near the northern side of Australia and the south side of Indonesia. It is one of the world’s five largest gold mining countries. MSECs first project, the Wau gold mine, is located in Papua New Guinea. Mojo International Limited not only obtained the gold mine exploration report and mining licence, but also the full support of the local government. On May 31st, MSEC hosted a press conference at the Sheraton Hotel, Hong Kong, with guest appearance from Hon. Johnson Tuke, MP and other individuals to…

Representations of the Ripple, Bitcoin, Etherum and Litecoin virtual currencies are seen on a PC motherboard in this illustration picture, February 13, 2018. Picture is taken February 13, 2018. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration
06 Jul: Facebook lifts ban | Apple co-founder: blockchain completely trustworthy and only needs time to develop?

Facebook banned all advertisements relating to cryptocurrency back in January, but lifted the ban last week due to the blockchain trend. Although the price fluctuation of cryptocurrency has caused the market to worry about it being a second “dot-com bubble”, the blockchain technology behind the cryptocurrency is definitely practical and full of potential. The co-founder of Apple expressed that blockchain is a ‘bubble’ and the technology still needs maturing but it is nevertheless still worth trusting. Apart from time, the practical application of blockchain needs to be backed up with more initial value to be supported. Alibaba’s founder, Jack Ma,…

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03 Jul: ICO is a dead project

According to the data of two cryptocurrency tracking website, Coinopsy and Dead Coins, an estimated 1,000 cryptocurrency projects lack potential for future activities. Reasons include simple fraud, website shutdown, ‘pump and dump’ scams, wallet failures and even claiming their projector developer is dead. According to the data, 80% of the markets ICOs are scams, 10% lack quality and only 8% of cryptocurrency projects in other ICOs are released on trustworthy trading platforms. In fact, cryptocurrency is constructed in a decentralized form. If it does not have a measurable initial value, it is inevitably designed to case its price to fluctuate…

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03 Jul: Blockchain is not a myth? Impact of the inherent trust mechanism

Hong Kongers have been afraid of ‘FinTech’ since the branch network collapse. Ever since then, when new technology arises, Hong Kongers are hesitant to apply these technology and fall behind. Blockchain is one of the examples. If you go out and ask people on the street what is Blockchain, nine out of ten could not articulate what it is. In reality, the world is going through monumental change because of blockchain. One of China’s richest man, Jack Ma, has previously commented that blockchain is not a bubble nor a huge gold mine; blockchain is a solution to privacy and safety…

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03 Jul: The lower the better Crypto “currency”?

Last week, bitcoin suffered a major blow, dropping to 5,549 USD, which is 72% less than it was during December when it was valued at 20,089 USD. After hitting a one-year low, some investors underestimated their absorption and rebounded to a level of 6,400 USD in just one week, an increase of more than 10%. Since 2017, word has been spreading in the market that bitcoin can’t become a true cryptocurrency due to its volatility and can only be another tradable commodity. In fact, if you have experienced the hyperinflation during World War II, you will understand the pain caused…

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03 Jul: Jack Ma | Blockchain applied to remittance service

AlipayHK announces launching a remittance function based on blockchain technology. Alibaba’s CEO, Jack Ma, criticised that financial institutions charge excessive fees for remittance services. He appreciated the blockchain technology used in the remittance service and claimed that “technicians put the blockchain on the right path, blockchain is not a bubble.” The application of blockchain is becoming more frequent. Comments from Jack Ma and other notable figures exactly reflect the notion of ‘separating the chain from the coin’. Cryptocurrency itself can be a bubble, however, blockchain on its own is just a technology that can be applied to solve safety and…