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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 13
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 14
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 15
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 10
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 11
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 12
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 7
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 8
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 9
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 4
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 5
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 6
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 1
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 2
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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In a significant move for the advancement and legitimization of cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses in the United States, Wyoming has introduced a bill that aims to clarify the legal position of digital assets, as well as offer digital asset custody through banks rather than financial institutions.
The Bill offers three classifications of digital assets; digital securities, digital assets, and most importantly, virtual currencies which give cryptocurrencies the same treatment as money within the state.
These classifications are nothing new, but instead, they would be applied to digital assets to offer clarification on where they stand in the law. This classification of virtual assets is critical for the advancement of cryptocurrencies which still predominantly operate in a regulatory grey area in the US.
What the Bill is achieving with its classification of digital assets is that virtual currencies would have the same legal status as money under commercial law. Money has “super-negotiability” rules under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9, and Wyoming would give virtual currencies the same.
This classification could be very beneficial for coin lending businesses as UCC 9-332(a) reads: “A transferee of money takes the money free of a security interest unless the transferee acts in collusion with the debtor in violating the rights of the secured party.” Meaning that as long as the transferee isn’t colluding to avoid the lien, Bitcoin transfers are free and clear of it.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 3
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 7
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 8
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 9
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 4
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 5
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 6
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 1
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 2
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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Up until relatively recently, cryptocurrency hadn't captured the interest of the general public; it was reserved almost exclusively for the engineers, developers, and entrepreneurs who had been involved in its conception around a decade ago.
With a considerable number of public figures already investing their fortunes in cryptocurrency, more seem to be jumping on board with cryptocurrency for business ventures and more.
Here are 13 celebrities who have publicly backed various cryptocurrencies: Bill Gates,Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Mike Tyson, Pitbull, Lionel Messi, Mel B, Madonna, Floyd Mayweather Jr., & Johnny Depp.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0).
Part 3
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #digitalcurrency #bitopia #bitcoin #ripple #ethereum #litecoin #books #digitalskills #GAFA #purchase #trade #market #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #sharingeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #4thindustrialrevolution


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LES GAFAM : UNE VIE PRIVÉE EXHIBÉE ET MONÉTISÉE
L'ultra-monopolisation des GAFAM sur le web, empiète sur notre vie privée, la monétise à notre insu et viole au passage notre liberté de vie privée.
Face à eux, l'union Européenne et quelques sites qui tentent de freiner leur avancée fulgurante dans le domaine du web. Mais déjà avec 5,5 milliards d'utilisateurs, n'est-il pas trop tard ?

#blog #nouvelarticle #gafam #gafa


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Zober gafu, nie drogy 💊💉nikdy nevieš kedy ti pomoze na sete... #gafa #blackmagiccinema #blackmagiccamera #sigma #sigmaart #4ka #filmmaker #staypositive #staynegative #super35 #smallhd #lens #vmountbattery


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