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Building Our Blockchain Future (Part 1) - Passage through Mt. Gox

This is the first post in a three-post series about blockchain, an online public ledgering system, and how it will soon significantly impact many aspects of the legal industry.

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Joe Raczynski

Friday security round-up

More credit card details stolen – Rosen Hotels have admitted that they’ve had active malware stealing credit cards inside their systems for 18 months. You’d think after all the… 388 more words


A digital payments pioneer was fined by US regulators for data security flaws

Dwolla, a payments startup, used to say it was setting “a new precedent for the payments industry” when it came to data security.


The Des Moines, Iowa-based company was hit with… 280 more words

Dwolla fined $100,000 for misrepresenting its data-security practices

Online payment processing startup Dwolla has been hit with a $100,000 penalty by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The CFPB, a government agency, said in a… 449 more words


Connecting a Blockchain to the Establishment

When I say establishment, a few examples that could fit are:

  • Financial Institutions. Banks and credit unions.
  • Governments. State and Federal.
  • Regulated exchanges.
  • Media companies.
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Dwolla is Back, But Focused on Blockchain, Not Bitcoin

After a series of mishaps working with bitcoin startups – including the infamous, now-defunct bitcoin exchange Mt Gox, Dwolla is once again hoping to work as the connector between the emerging technology and traditional financial worlds. 93 more words


Dwolla Engineering Presentations

I was reflecting back on some of the talks from the Dwolla engineering team this morning and realized I hadn’t shared any of them.

These were a few that came top of mind and I hope you enjoy them. 34 more words