Paytomat Fever And Euro Goes Primitive-Futureq – April 24th 2019

Paytomat Game Changer, Ancient humanoids in Europe and more on today’s Futureq, future headlines on sci/tech and beyond.

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Crypto’s New BFF, Paytomat

It looks like a new payment merchant provider has arrived.  This one, however, only deals n cryptos.

From Bitcoin News – “Accepting cryptocurrency payments in your store doesn’t require specialist hardware or complex integration – Paytomat is proof. The crypto payment gateway enables merchants to accept 18 cryptocurrencies including BCH using their existing equipment. To date, hundreds of brick and mortar stores across four continents have added crypto support using Paytomat.”

Cryptos are still the next great uncharted territory for humanity to discover, meme, write bad musicals about, and, finally, at the end, create nostalgic parodies on.  Here’s to hoping the meme season lasts for thousands of years for this ride. | Get the Full Story

FUTUREQ HEADLINES

  • Anti-Tuberculosis Drug Offers Great Promise

    From Times of India – Researchers have identified a novel regulatory mechanism, which when deactivated, results in the death of tuberculosis pathogen, an advance that could pave the way for new drugs to prevent the life-threatening disease. | Get the Full Story […]

  • 8 Million Year Old Proto-Human Remains Found in Europe

    From Big Think – The jaw bones of an 8-million-year-old ape were discovered at Nikiti, Greece, in the ’90s.  Researchers speculate it could be a previously unknown species and one of humanity’s earliest evolutionary ancestors.  These fossils may change how we view the evolution of our species. | Get the Full Story […]

  • The Methane Origin Story Gets a Life Hack Update

    Discover Magazine – Scientists call this kind of methane “abiotic” because it can happen without any lifeforms present. And scientists are finding more and more of it, researchers announced Monday. What’s more, they’ve also discovered that some of sources of suspected abiotic methane are actually also created with help from life. | Get the Full Story […]

  • New and Improved Nope Noodle (Snake) Robots Offer Little Comfort for Humanity

    Science Daily reports “Researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a new and improved snake-inspired soft robot that is faster and more precise than its predecessor.” Samuel L Jackson is NOT Happy, folks, not at all. | Get the Full Story […]

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