There is a lot that can happen to your Bitcoin if things go wrong at an exchange, and relatively speaking, there is a lot that can go wrong at the exchanges.
Wikipedia’s founder Jimmy Wales likes the sound of Blockchain technology, but has slammed ICOs when it comes to raising capital, warning investors that they are scams.
A recent survey has shown that cash is only six percent down on debit cards as people’s prefered payment method. A lot of it has to do with its simplicity as well as security.
Bitcoin is heading for another fork, and this one is really going to irk the miners as Bitcoin Gold is being heralded as the ‘People’s Fork’.
People are being conned into buying worthless physical, rather than digital, Bitcoins by Russian gypsies.
Wu Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah has apparently co-founded an ICO and is looking to make $30 mln from it.
Bitstamps’ Dan Morehead is backing Bitcoin to revolutionize currency and when that happens it will become an integral part of investment portfolios.
Ripple’s CEO has had a go at the huge amount of Blockchain businesses that are littering the space, the types of companies that could use a database to the same effect.
America’s financial powerhouse is starkly divided along Bitcoin lines as famous banks and institutions pick sides.
How much money is laundered across the globe? BlackRock CEO Larry Fink believes Bitcoin can help to show it.