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Niko Technologies launches turn-key solutions for the blockchain payment industry

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Niko Technologies, a white-label blockchain solution provider, today announced the launch of their unique turn-key solutions. The solutions allow anyone interested in crypto business to get it up and running within a few weeks and provide unmatched service offerings to customers all around the world.

About Niko Technologies

Niko Technologies is a white-label payment and exchange solutions provider based in Tallinn, Estonia.
The company offers unique white-label solutions giving anyone the ability to enter the blockchain payment industry in the short term and provide outstanding services. With already established banking, exchange liquidity, legal, and technological frameworks, NT has got everything to deliver an efficient, ready-to-run business.

White-label solutions

NT’s clients get fully-customizable products branded to their businesses.

White-Label Crypto Exchange

White-label Crypto Exchange allows anyone to start his or her own crypto exchange business for secure Bitcoin and popular altcoins trading. The market-first solution makes it easy to buy and sell coins for 35+ regular currencies in 53 countries covered by SEPA, SWIFT, ACH/Fedwire. Unlike High-frequency trading (HFT) platforms, WL Exchange stands for providing an easy-to-run exchange business with no prior coin trading experience. The solution includes two NT’s stand-alone exchangers designed for both desktop and mobile users.

White-Label Crypto Gateway

WL Gateway offers the possibility to become a real cryptoprocessor and provide businesses with the opportunity to accept crypto payments online or at a PoS with no volatility, fraud, and chargebacks.

The solution enables merchants to receive settlements directly to their bank accounts in 24 hours after the purchase. To accept crypto payments and get settlements, hardly any knowledge of cryptocurrencies or blockchain is required: an automated system makes all processes extremely easy.

For a comprehensive payment experience, WL Gateway comes with an agile back office to streamline all business-related processes and optimize service delivery.

Using one master account, merchants can set up and track multiple websites and PoSs as well as send and receive email invoices to accept payments without an existing website.
This simplifies management tasks and allows for better control over the business.

White-Label Crypto Wallet

White-label Wallet is a customizable solution that enables any transactional business to offer global multi-currency payments. It allows consumers to store, buy, sell, convert, and spend trusted cryptocurrencies and regular funds with no risk and hassle. With White-label Wallet users can make instant exchanges using the following currency pairs: fiat-to-fiat, crypto-to-crypto, crypto-to-fiat, and fiat-to-crypto. The wallet runs both as a web client and a mobile app (iOS/Android).

Advantages of setting up a business with NT

With a ready-made infrastructure, Niko Technologies got everything to set up an effective crypto business for any client. Therefore, one can focus on marketing strategy and customer acquisition, skipping the burdens of building and maintaining necessary frameworks.

All company’s solutions comply with GDPR requirements and are protected under the following licenses issued in the EU:

  • Financial Institution Operating License
  • Virtual Currency Wallet Service License
  • Virtual Currency Exchange Service License

To see how Niko Technologies turn-key solutions can be used to set up your own business or be integrated into an existing one, reach out to the team here or visit their page for more information.

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DISCUSSION: How Can Public Blockchains Have Privacy?

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The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Today we’re asking: how can public blockchains have privacy?

On today’s show:

  • How can public blockchains have privacy?
  • The decreasing cost of passive surveillance
  • MimbleWimble research Attack, Developer Response, and Alternative Implementation Response 
  • Gossip protocols and the stasi model
  • Skin in the game with proof of work
  • The moving target and the arms race

Let’s Talk Bitcoin! is sponsored by Brave.com & eToro.com

  • Obscuring origins and game theory security
  • Breaking links with lightning and other layer-2s
  • Adversarial relationships are economic in nature
  • Attacks in theory vs. practice
  • Security through obscurity?
  • Researchers, cryptographers and state level actors
  • and more…

Let’s Talk Bitcoin! is a long-running independent podcast on the ideas, people and projects powering the cryptocurrency narrative. On this show, we basically talk about everything other than the price. 

Since we started this conversation in early 2013, a whole world of blockchains and tokens has sprung up alongside bitcoin, and we talk about those too as real-world events help us see what’s real and what’s just clever marketing.

Visit LTBShow.com for all 419 of our past episodes or to subscribe directly to the Let’s Talk Bitcoin! show.

Episode 420 (How can public blockchains have privacy) Credits:

Hosts:

  • Adam B. Levine (http://ltbshow.com)
  • Andreas M. Antonopoulos (https://aantonop.com/)
  • Stephanie Murphy (https://www.stephaniemurphyvoice.com/)
  • Jonathan Mohan ( https://twitter.com/JonathanMohan)

Other Staff

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Report: Blockchain is a rapidly maturing technology in China

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Forkast Insights, the research arm of Asia-based Forkast, took an in-depth, comprehensive look at how blockchain technology is integrated in China.

On Dec. 5, Forkast Insights presented its first report on how blockchain is being applied by the Chinese government and companies across the country. According to the report, blockchain technology is rapidly maturing and has a slew of “real-world, practical use cases that are far beyond the experimental stage.”

Forkast Insights included the in-depth analysis and insights from top China-based blockchain insiders, academics, and leaders to see how one of the world’s largest economy is experiencing this innovative technology.

The report takes a closer look at how blockchain implementation in China compares to the rest of the world, how firms use blockchain and how Chinese consumers experience it in their daily lives, how China takes the lead in the blockchain patent race, and how The People’s Bank of China is racing to launch a digital token to challenge the United States dollar, among others.

China on its way to dominate blockchain innovations

In November, Cointelegraph reported that China’s blockchain development will see a compound annual growth rate of 65.7% from 2018 to 2023, and that the technology will exceed $2 billion by the end of 2023.

With China president Xi Jinping’s recent call to embrace blockchain technology, the country is well on its way to take the number one spot in dominating blockchain innovations and overshadow the U.S., which is apparently lagging behind quickly.

Xi identified dozens of practical use cases that should be promoted: loans, health care, anti-counterfeiting, charity and food security, while he emphasized that blockchain development could help China to “gain an edge in the theoretical, innovative and industrial aspects of this emerging field.”

Big leaps for blockchain in China

The adoption of blockchain has found solid ground in China, with the government attaching a high level of importance to the digital economy. The cautious but promising endorsements are signs that the Chinese government is indeed considering further implementation of blockchain technology throughout the country.

Even the Chinese army is now reportedly thinking about using blockchain technology to aid its military, by implementing the technology to reward the workforce and manage personal data.

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Blockchain Capital Partner Explains Why He’s Long On Bitcoin

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  • Taking part in an interview earlier this week on Bloomberg TV Spencer Bogart explained why he continues to be a long-term bullish investor on Bitcoin.
  • The partner explained why he thinks it is a bit too risky to bet against Bitcoin over the next five years.

Taking part in an interview earlier this week on Bloomberg TV Spencer Bogart, a general partner at crypto-focused venture capital firm Blockchain Capital, spoke to Taylor Riggs and Haidi Stroud-Watts, where he explained why he continues to be a long-term bullish investor on Bitcoin.

Starting the interview, Riggs told Bogart that when shows like Bloomberg look at the BTC price charts, she notices that Bitcoin is “trying to hold in support at the 200-day moving average, but the RSI doesn’t look oversold just yet,” and further asked Bogart for his thoughts on the recent price action from Bitcoin.

Bogart said:

“I think China has definitely been driving some of the price action over the past couple months, but you know, I think it’s challenging to read between the lines on what China is doing. I mean, we’ve seen some favorable moves in terms of Xi Jinping’s move to blockchain the whole country and put it as a strategic priority. And then we’ve also seen some moves like Bitcoin miners were once put on a list of industries to be eliminated from the country. It’s been removed from that list. So a slightly friendlier stance in that respect. And so while we’ve seen some crackdown on some of these smaller and shadier crypto exchanges, some of the larger ones seem to be getting a little bit more credibility within the country.”

Later on in the interview, the partner explained why he thinks it is a bit too risky to bet against Bitcoin over the next five years.

Before we go any further, it’s worth saying that we aren’t financial investors and this isn’t financial advice. Please do your own research before putting your money in a cryptocurrency and always remember to trade safe!

He said:

“I think it’s a bolder bet or a riskier bet to say that Bitcoin will be less successful over the next five years than the past five years. I mean all the trends suggest otherwise — whether it’s that the value of transactions processed that I just discussed or whether it’s actually looking at what do people think of Bitcoin.”

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