Tag: Telco

What Is DENT Cryptocurrency?

We have seen dozens of new projects in the world of blockchain and cryptocurrency over the years. Surprisingly, very few aim to combine blockchain and digital assets with mobile data. DENT proves to be rather different in this regard, as it aims to create an open marketplace to sell and buy mobile data. As such, the DENT cryptocurrency is of great interest to people all over the world. What is DENT Trying …
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Belgian Telco Proximus To Start Selling User Location Data To Third Parties

Sensitive consumer data is often recorded by third-party service providers. Mobile telcos notoriously log all data passing through their network, including users’ location data. But Proximus, a Belgian telco, apparently sells those location records for the price of 700 EUR per user. All of this information will be sold to enterprises and organizations–a very troublesome turn of events, to say the least. Proximus Takes A Very Drastic Measure Whenever mobile …
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Third-Party Telco Messes Up Bitcoin Mobile Top-up Through Bitrefill

Even though Bitcoin can be used to complete a variety of actions, some services will only work well as long as the other service providers they are linked up with, do the job well. In the case of Bitrefill, a report has surfaced about one of their mobile recharges being stuck with the operator itself. As a result, the end customer unable to top up their credit with Bitcoin in …
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