Author: Sarah Picard

Sarah Picard is a part time contributor to CryptoWhile. She is pursuing her Journalism and mass communication degree. She has strong skill in curating and writing about crypto market. She is fascinated by blockchain and cryptocurrencies. In her free time, she researches extensively about cryptocurrency and it's use cases for public.

Cryptocurrency News

Nine Ethereum Based Games Meet Definition of Gambling

In a recent study by the University of York, it has come to light that certain crypto-games based on Ethereum qualify as gambling, as they fulfill the defining criteria for gambling. The article published this week by the university has made an intensive study of nine highest-ranked Ethereum decentralized applications …
Cryptocurrency News

TradeSanta: The User-friendly Bot That Allows Its Users To Create And Manage Bots Which Automates Trading In Crypto!

The crypto trading business sector is gradually assuming control over the stock exchanges as it enables a trader to trade, every day. TradeSanta is a cloud platform that empowers cryptocurrency holders to systematize their strategies on trades. They guarantee that the product enables straightforward methodologies depended upon by a large …
Blockchain News

How Blockchain can Benefit Artists and Journalists?

Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin, in a revealing statement, said that blockchain can now benefit artists and journalists. Elaborating further, he further spoke about different industries that have been benefitting from the blockchain technology. Claiming that artists will benefit dramatically from blockchain as it will allow them to attach policies and …
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Malaysia Files Criminal Charges Against Goldman Sachs

Malaysia’s attorney general Tommy Thomas has instituted criminal legal proceedings against Goldman Sachs International after investigating for months on the 1MDB scam. In addition to previous Goldman partner Tim Leissner, alleged scam plotter Jho Low and former 1MDB counsel Jasmine Loo have also been booked. The Wall Street Journal stated …