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DNotes Global, Inc. Announces Release of DNotes 2.0

DNotes Global, Inc. today announced the production release of its DNotes 2.0 digital currency. The launch comes in the wake of a pre-release on March 18, 2018, and a successful period of alpha testing. The upgraded coin is designed to replace the first-generation DNotes that were first developed in 2014, with new features and benefits for stakeholders. According to company reports, DNotes will continue to be a blockchain-powered digital currency …
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DNotesEDU Prioritizes Investor Protection in Cryptocurrency Education

Cryptocurrency education platform DNotesEDU has announced a massive upgrade, offering expanded content that provides entry level educational material focusing on cryptocurrency and personal finance. According to DNotesEDU education director Brandon Cheliak, the changes are an effort to address the cryptocurrency market’s current lack of sound information about investor protection and education. The DNotesEDU platform is focused on empowering individuals with the knowledge they need to be able to make sound cryptocurrency …
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DNotes Global CEO Alan Yong Shares Thoughts on DNotes’ Fourth Anniversary

The DNotes digital currency is four-years-old today, and one of its co-creators, DNotes Global Inc co-founder and CEO Alan Yong, marked the occasion with an article that details the project’s previous accomplishments and future plans. In that piece, My Yong talked about the importance of observing important milestones like anniversaries, and how those observances provide an opportunity to put things into context. In remarks earlier today, he explained why he …
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DNotes Global, Inc CEO Alan Yong Shares View on The ICO Conundrum – A Challenge Beyond the SEC Mandate

In a recent op-ed, DNotes Global Inc. co-founder and CEO Alan Yong addressed the issues surrounding initial coin offerings (ICO) and the Securities and Exchange Commission’s role in protecting investors. In his remarks, he explained why ICOs have presented such a challenge for regulators. The SEC was created by an act of Congress, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. That act was designed to restore investor confidence in the aftermath …
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