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Voice Shopping With Alexa Has A Long Way To Go

As much as we love the Alexa for a bit of banter around the house or to help us with dimming the lights, we're not big fans of shopping with the thing. Turns out, we're not alone. According to a recent article in TechCrunch, only a hundred thousand of the fifty million Alexa users bought something using the voice interface more than once .

How To Get Free Bitcoins Playing Games: GoldenTowns

Ever wanted to earn bitcoin playing games? Well, now you can!  GoldenTowns is an economic, political and military simulation game in which the virtual gold you earn can be converted into bitcoin or encashed via PayPal. The game is based on a paper written by the CEO of ANNO1777 Labs, Mr. Vlad Cristian (CEO ANNO1777 Labs) in 2011, outlining a deflationary economic system where the total amount of virtual currency is fixed and completely backed by real gold. There is a limited amount of virtual gold, 100,000 GoldenTowns Coins (GTC) and they are mined at a constant pace. These gold coins are in turn backed by real 24K gold. Town Development First and foremost, GoldenTowns is a city-building game like Civilizations and Caesar. You start off with a small village which you have to develop into a more prosperous city. A larger city means more resources which in turn means more earnings for you. The most important resource isn't gold though. It's people. You need people

Upcoming Mainnet and Testnet Rollouts in June

June is shaping up to be an exciting month for crypto with a number of main-nets and test-nets being rolled out. Having a mainnet blockchain can be important as it signals to major investors that the project wasn't a scam and that it actually works. Testnets are also an important milestone, signalling that there continues to be development work on the project being done even though a minimum viable product isn't ready to be released yet. Here are some to look out for in June 2018.

Is NEO a Strong Buy at 50 Dollars?

The ongoing market turmoil has been a real party pooper - destroying all the surrounding hype around cryptocurrencies that was there in 2017. A lot of people have sold their holdings, giving in to fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) .  If you got into crytpo without understanding the technology, then the drop in prices might have promoted you to sell and that's totally understandable. You don't want to be left holding the bags. There's also no reason for you to hold on to your coins since you have no interest in the technology.