Month: October 2019

The $1 billion milestone, is just that, a notch in Bitcoin‘s history, but a positive one nonetheless.

It was going to happen sooner or later, but over the past few days cumulative Bitcoin $BTC▼1.75% transaction fees have surpassed the $1 billion milestone. Data gathered by Hard Fork from financial and economic data site Quandl, shows the $1 billion mark was passed late last week, on October 11. While it’s not necessarily the most significant statistic, it’s certainly an […]

China’s IP office received the highest number of patent applications in 2018

Geneva, October 16, 2019 PR/2019/838 Go to: Patents | Trademarks | Industrial designs | Plant varieties | Geographical indications | Publishing industry Asia accounted for more than two-thirds of all patent, trademark and industrial design applications in 2018, with China driving overall growth in demand for intellectual property (IP) rights as the United States of America (U.S.) maintained its primacy in patent applications filed in export markets. Videos: Press conference Video – Highlights Video | Interactive charts: Barchart WIPO Director […]

Microsoft’s latest keyboards now include dedicated Office and emoji keys

Microsoft’s latest keyboards now include dedicated Office and emoji keys. The software giant was previously experimenting with an Office key on keyboards earlier this year, and now the company is launching a new Ergonomic and slim Bluetooth Keyboard that include the dedicated button. The Office key replaces the right-hand Windows key, and it’s used to […]

Mercado Pago, Visa, eBay, Stripe, and, Mastercard departed from Libra

QUICK TAKE Five of Facebook’s Libra project have dropped out today Mercado Pago, Visa, eBay, Stripe, and, Mastercard have become the latest companies to officially depart from Libra Mercado Pago, Visa, eBay, Stripe, and, Mastercard have become the latest five companies to officially depart from Facebook’s Libra stablecoin project, following PayPal, according to several news […]

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