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Security Check up: Is Your Crypto Safe?

March 4, 2022

It is no secret that we take security very seriously here at CloudCoin. If you are new to cryptocurrency or feeling particularly uncertain about your trading habits, here are some tips for protecting yourself while trading online.

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Crypto and Taxes: Do You Have to Address This With The IRS? Yes. Yes You do

February 25, 2022

One of the beautiful things about decentralized currency and trading has been the silky gray areas that left it somewhere between the comfort factor of a home-cooked meal, and the rough and ready “anything goes” proposition of a steak over a cowboy fire in the wild west. But the comfort and freedom of that decentralization can be at risk, once the IRS gets involved.

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Lighten Up, Francis

February 18, 2022

The Financial Review touts the headline: “Inside the cult of crypto: how digital money ‘priests’ treat sceptics”, arguing that “cryptocurrencies have soared in value to such a level that a rigid dogma has developed around them and dissent is treated as blasphemy.”

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Bitcoin Does Something CloudCoin Doesn’t Do

February 11, 2022

Social Media and news headlines are chalk full of them: nightmare stories of crypto investors who somehow locked themselves out of their accounts. Early adopters of Bitcoin, for example, found keeping the clunky passwords and ledger information incredibly more difficult than they’d imagined. And they learned the hard way how much it could cost them.

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Regulatory Ambiguity: Does It Really Mean Market Confusion?

February 4, 2022

DC—central bank digital currency—is coming our way. As it does, several heavy hitting financial players are warming up to take a swing at shaping it, as they aggressively lobby for regulatory oversight. What it means to crypto and your investment in decentralized currency.

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Crypto Hesitancy: Still Think That ‘Cash Is King’?

January 28, 2022

When it comes to crypto hesitancy, we often hear the argument that cash is the only truly private mode of money. But is that assumption correct?

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THE VR EXPERIENCE and “Crossover Currency”

January 21, 2022

The world we live in is changing. The value of our money--historically tied to the whims of forces so beyond our control—has been long manipulated by questionable entities with sometimes startling agendas. The objective of cryptocurrency has been to decentralize our exchanges, so that we keep and secure more of what we earn.

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The Quick and Dirty on Scalability

January 14, 2022

Blockchain, a long-touted crypto authentication protocol, is essentially an open book ledger that operates in the virtual space. Like an open accounting book with only anonymous names entered, every transaction is visible and can be tracked. And every transaction has baggage.

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The Threat of Quantum Computing

January 7, 2022

During America and Russia’s lengthy Cold War post WWII, fueled by B-movie media and post-War of The Worlds hysteria of the potential of invaders from Mars, patriotic Americans of the fifties and sixties—believe it or not--were urged by their government to draw detailed pictures and take photos should they spot flying wings, strange lights, or saucers in the sky.

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Self-Healing Systems: Immunity for IT?

December 31, 2021

With the onset of a modern-day global pandemic, a cursory look at social media has made it clear that much of the greater mindset seems astoundingly ”expert” in describing the amazing efficacy and epic frailty of the human immune system than ever before.

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