Blockchain, typically associated with financial services and volatile cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, is now being touted as the next big thing in disruptive enterprise technology.
As Bitcoin enjoys a record week of price rises, we look at the profitability of mining Bitcoin now the prices has surpassed $7,000.
The US National Debt Clock strikes $22,249,003,804,323 for a millisecond before jumping up faster than the blink of an eye, so by the time you are reading these words the debt will have only expanded further.
It’s no secret that the digital media ecosystem is unwell. Pervasive misaligned incentives are like a human body with a compromised immune system struggling to fight off a malignant cancer. In this case, the cancer is fraud.
There are those within the crypto community that hope to one day have a global currency, all on the blockchain, that will free us all from the clutches of governments and banks.
Grin is the community-led implementation of the MimbleWimble blockchain with a hint of the Harry Potter. The man (or woman) behind it recently conducted a Q&A covering topics from founding principles to choosing anonymity.
Crypto is in a bear market. So says pretty much every market commentator for the past few months and the 2018 November slump was a low point in a market that was already low. Is there any upside to this? For anyone?
Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower of Cambridge Analytica, stated his former company held an “arsenal of weapons,” for which Facebook user data was the uranium.
The discussion around cryptocurrency’s future cannot be had without talking about the controls needed to make the asset more secure for investors. In truth, this may be the single biggest challenge to market growth.
Digital assets made possible by Ethereum will unlock the largest liquidity event of our lifetime.
Recent years have not been short of political controversies. With Donald Trump’s position as President of the United States rivalled for its position as one of the most shocking political events of the last decade by the United Kingdom’s decision