When cryptocurrencies are discussed in the media, the most common remarks centre around the irregularity and unpredictability of the market, which can discourage a large amount of people from taking the leap and investing in this ever-growing marketplace.
Institutions are starting to take the crypto opportunity seriously and recognise that digital asset trading is here to stay.
Blockchain is booming – in the finance, tech, and even in retail and hospitality sectors. But regulation around blockchain has become something of a black cloud hanging over what previously seemed like a land of milk and honey for businesses and entrepreneurs.
2019 is tipped to be the year that more and more tech companies will begin to incorporate digital currency into their services.
There has been a growing buzz around blockchain in the food industry, especially when it comes to the traceability of food products.
Contributed article by Emily Woodham of TokenomX Blockchain is something that we continue to hear about, along with other terms like “cryptocurrency” and, perhaps even more specifically, “Bitcoin.” This terminology is no longer reserved for those invested in financial and economic ways, but they are even spilling over into the worlds of those with a casual […]
As investments in cryptocurrency become more popular, threat actors have started to develop coin mining malware to take advantage of its increasing popularity. But what is coin mining and why has it become so attractive to would-be attackers?
Meet the barbershop that got the cryptocurrency community buzzing…
A new research paper suggests that cryptocurrency investors could use Monero to construct a more efficient portfolio, hedging against the wild volatility that has become the byword for digital asset investing by looking at correlation.
Our year review brings us to the stark rise in crypto malware and cryptojacking, which continues to evolve…
Security services around the globe are clamping down on anonymity services, to the extent that it could collapse the burgeoning blockchain sector. Australia’s latest anti-encryption laws are a case in point. 8th December saw the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment Assistance and Access Bill 2018 (AA Bill) rushed through the House of Representatives in Canberra. […]