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Artists Create 'Permanent Phallus' on Eteherum Blockchain

Swedish artists Simon Saarinen and Ida Jonsson, alongside developer Lavi Malik, created a “monstrous” ASCII penis on the Ethereum blockchain. So reports Futurism.

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LINE Pay Pens Blockchain Deal with Visa

LINE Pay Corporation, a Japanese app company, has made an agreement with Visa yielding new fintech offerings for merchant and retail customers. So reports Coindesk.

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S. Korea Follow-up Blockchain Study Looks At Institutional Uses

The South Korean Ministry of Science and ICT commissioned a blockchain regulation study in the wake of the country’s initial look into the technology’s usage in the country. So reports Cointelegraph.

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Samsung Looking at Blockchain, Crypto Functionality

South Korea’s Samsung will begin producing smartphones with blockchain and cryptocurrency features. So report’s Cointelegraph.

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Starbucks, Microsoft Team Up for 'Bean to Cup' Blockchain Plan

Starbucks is planning to implement Microsoft’s Azure Blockchain Service to track its coffee production. So reports Cointelegraph.

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Naturipe Farms Plans 'Vine-to-table' Blockchain Process

Naturipe Farms, a California-based farm, is hoping to use a vine-to-table blockchain process to improve transparency, reduce food waste, alleviate safety issues and improve freshness. So reports Waste360.

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India Sandbox to Exclude Crypto-related Projects

A fintech sandbox being set up by India’s central bank will exclude cryptocurrency-related startups. So reports Reading Eagle.

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Blockchain Market on Pace to Hit $20B

The blockchain technology market is on pace to skyrocket through 2024, according to a new report from Transparency Market Research.

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U.S. Gov’t Eyes Blockchain As a Travel Solution

Experts discussed the use of blockchain in travel with respect to biometric tracking and facial comparison at the JetBlue Technology Ventures Blockchain in Travel Summit in New York City. So reports Skift.

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NYT Ad Points to Paper Wading into Blockchain Game

The New York Times appears to be getting ready to jump into the blockchain market. So reports Cryptoground.

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