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    1. ‘Sharing’ disrupts economy, creates opportunity

      ‘Sharing’ disrupts economy, creates opportunity

      It started with eBay and Craigslist. Then came Uber. Airbnb disrupted the hotel industry and new startup TaskRabbit promises to do the same thing for temporary staffing firms. Increasingly, people are turning to what’s now being called the shared economy for goods and services, cutting out corporations and creating a peer-to-peer ecommerce network. 

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    2. Spaceport Colorado lands FAA license, moving closer to space tourism flights near Denver

      Spaceport Colorado lands FAA license, moving closer to space tourism flights near Denver

      All systems are go for a small airport east of Denver to become Spaceport Colorado, a take-off spot for tourists catching rides to space. The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday approved a commercial spaceport license for Front Range Airport in Adams County, six miles south of Denver International Airport, the county said.

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    3. FAA gives Adams County ok to turn Front Range Airport into spaceport | 9news.com

      FAA gives Adams County ok to turn Front Range Airport into spaceport | 9news.com

      Adams County will receive the 11th license in the United States to operate a spaceport, according to a news release distributed on Friday afternoon. The Federal Aviation Administration granted the county north of Denver the license after a 180-day review period. This designation would allow vehicles to make horizontal takeoffs and landings at the former Front Range Airport site.

       
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    4. American soldiers ordered not to use fitness trackers, other GPS equipment

      American soldiers ordered not to use fitness trackers, other GPS equipment

      The Defense Department is concerned that enemies could use data from American soldiers GPS-empowered fitness trackers to track U.S. military operations. The rapidly evolving market of devices, applications and services with geolocation capabilities presents a significant risk to the Department of Defense personnel on and off duty, and to our military operations globally, Pentagon spokesman Col. Robert Manning said.

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    5. Kansas company to acquire Agribotix assets

      Kansas company to acquire Agribotix assets

      Agribotix LLC, a Boulder-based drone-enabled software company, soon will have a new owner. AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. based in Neodesha, Kan., has signed an agreement to acquire substantially all of the assets of Agribotix, the companies announced. AgEagle provides drone imagery data analytics for the precision and sustainable agriculture markets.

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    6. Jared Polis talks up Colorado blockchain opportunities at Boulder conference

      Jared Polis talks up Colorado blockchain opportunities at Boulder conference

      Jared Polis spoke at the first-ever DISCON blockchain conference in Boulder on Saturday. Polis officially appeared at the event in his capacity as a congressman, not as the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, so he focused his remarks on his efforts as a congressman to fairly regulate  blockchain.

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    7. CDOT and Panasonic to begin deployment of most advanced V2X road system

      CDOT and Panasonic to begin deployment of most advanced V2X road system

      The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Panasonic Corporation of North America announced they are building on a successful pilot program to begin real-world deployment of the most advanced vehicle-to-everything (V2X) environment in the country. The collaboration represents the largest shared investment in V2X technology in the U.S.

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    8. Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Radar Relay, a blockchain-based wallet-to-wallet cryptocurrency trading platform, has secured $10 million in Series A funding, it announced Wednesday. The Colorado-based company is on something of a roll. In May, Radar Relay became the first blockchain-based and cryptocurrency-related company to receive funding from the state of Colorado through the Advanced Industry Accelerator Program.

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    9. Judge rules health-care cryptocurrency is Colorado securities offering, cease and desist order issued

      Judge rules health-care cryptocurrency is Colorado securities offering, cease and desist order issued

      Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome has issued a cease and desist order against the Florida-based cryptocurrency firm Linda Healthcare Corporation and its founder Arturo Devesa, a Colorado Division of Securities release said Monday. The order came after Colorado Administrative Law Judge Matthew Norwood ruled on July 6 that Linda Healthcare Corporation’s initial coin offering, commonly referred to as an ICO, constituted a securities offering.

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    10. Airbnb data startup checks out of coworking; leases in LoDo

      Airbnb data startup checks out of coworking; leases in LoDo

      Shared office space is no longer doing the trick for one Denver data startup. AirDNA, which sells data on the short term rental market, is checking out of its Platte St. Galvanize office of two years. In August the startup will move into a LoDo office four times the size at 1523 15th St. as it prepares to nearly double its Denver staff in the next six months.

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    11. Colorado Becoming Leader In Blockchain Technology « CBS Denver

      Colorado Becoming Leader In Blockchain Technology « CBS Denver

      The State of Colorado is hoping to become the nation’s leader in the emerging technology of Blockchain. Gov. John Hickenlooper set up the Council for the Advancement of Blockchain Technology last month. It’s a combination of legislators and industry leaders who are pushing Colorado to have the friendliest environment for Blockchain companies to operate.

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    12. Denver businesses thrive when fostering a culture of innovation

      Denver businesses thrive when fostering a culture of innovation

      Innovation is reshaping Denver. You see it in the city’s expanding ecosystem of tech startups, proliferation of co-working space, and new state-of-the-art buildings shooting up across the skyline. Recently at an event hosted by Greenberg Traurig, LLP and the Denver Business Journal, prominent Denver-based innovators had the opportunity to discuss innovation and disruption in the Denver business community. 

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    13. E-scooters, bikes should be back in Denver by Friday

      E-scooters, bikes should be back in Denver by Friday

      Dockless scooters left Denver almost as quickly as they invaded it. Now, after two months of back-and-forth between the city and the private companies that own them, they’re set to make a comeback. Tuesday morning, Denver Public Works presented its pilot program to City Council, which outlines a way to manage dockless modes of transportation. According to the latest information from the city, electronic scooters and electronic bikes are expected to hit the streets again by the end of this week.

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