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Digital Assets | Oxford Law Faculty

Digital Assets | Oxford Law Faculty

Developments in distributed ledger and blockchain technology have led to the emergence of innovative new asset types, such as crypto-currencies, crypto-securities and other tradable crypto-assets, some of which represent assets in the real world, such as gold.  The value of these assets, at the moment, is enormous, and their existence raises many important legal questions, […]

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Ripple price | index, chart and news

Ripple price | index, chart and news

Coinrank: #4  Algorithm:RPCA  Mineable:No  Token platform:  All time high:$ 2.8353417  Maximum supply:  All time low:$ 0.00412000  Circulating supply:43,055,012,634  ICO Price: n/a  Cointype:currency  All time low:$ 0.00412000  Circulating supply:43,055,012,634  ICO ROI:n/a  Release date:02-02-2013  About Ripple is a digital payment or a remittance network created in order to establish an instant transfer of funds across the globe. […]

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GitHub – microsoft/GSL: Guidelines Support Library

GitHub – microsoft/GSL: Guidelines Support Library

The Guidelines Support Library (GSL) contains functions and types that are suggested for use by the C++ Core Guidelines maintained by the Standard C++ Foundation. This repo contains Microsoft’s implementation of GSL. The library includes types like span, string_span, owner and others. The entire implementation is provided inline in the headers under the gsl directory. […]

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Bittrex Careers and Employment | Indeed.com

Bittrex Careers and Employment | Indeed.com

What is it like to work at Bittrex? 3.5 Work/Life Balance 3.0 Compensation/Benefits 3.0 Job Security/Advancement 2.5 Management 2.5 Culture Management refused my training for advancement. Written by CSTechll (Former Employee) from Independence, OR on May 22, 2019 Was very good to work for but excess leadership was brought in from other clients that we’re […]

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C++14 Is Here: Summary of New Features

C++14 Is Here: Summary of New Features

C++14, the new C++ standard succeeding C++11, has been finally approved and is heading to ISO for publication this year. While improvements in C++14 are “deliberately tiny” compared to C++11, says C++ creator Bjarne Stroustrup, they still “add significant convenience for users” and are a step on the route to make C++ “more novice friendly.” […]

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