What if an ICO is just an ICO? Eva Kaili argues regulations need more imaginative approaches to blockchain.
A tech meetup at a dimly lit New York City bar – so far, nothing out of the ordinary. But what’s peculiar about this particular meetup is that other locations throughout the East Village are being connected to the bar’s Wi-Fi-enabled node, allowing any…
Forking bitcoin was all the rage in 2017. In 2018, the question might be, what are we getting in return?
New provisions in the upcoming tax reform bill could have several significant repercussions on crypto holders this tax season.
While we’re still a long way from mass adoption, this is a moment of global awareness and dialogue that is opening up a wide array of possibilities.
Ethereum’s biggest success story isn’t showcasing the full benefits of the platform, at least that’s what its critics allege.
2017 was another bad year in bitcoin in the eyes of long-time industry observer Jim Harper, but he sees a silver lining at the end of the story.
Far from a bubble, bitcoin is on the path to becoming a significant part of global money supply, according to trader and analyst Willy Woo.
Sanity? You weren’t going to find it in the crypto world in 2017 according to author David Gerard. Insanity, though, there’s plenty to go around…
Swiss banking giant UBS and a group of major banks plan to launch a live application later this month using the ethereum blockchain.
4New, world’s first tangible and eco-friendly waste to energy blockchain solution is pushing the energy manufacturers to adopt blockchain technology and revolutionize the Utility Sector, while bringing a positive disruption in the industry. 4New is the first platform to convert waste, collected from households into energy and then sell it back to them, national grids […]
The CBOE’s website became unavailable just as it launched its first bitcoin futures contracts on Sunday.
Cboe may use information gleaned from futures trading to make a case to the Securities and Exchange Commission to allow bitcoin-linked ETF.
Satoshi Nakamoto is the person or persons who are responsible for the creation of Bitcoin by releasing its whitepaper in 2008. This person, or collective, also was responsible for the majority of the mining at the beginning of Bitcoin’s existence. As a result, their private keys hold about 980,000 Bitcoins, which have been left untouched since Satoshi exited […]
Forks offer ideological leaders the chance to put their ideas on improving protocols into practice without getting bogged down in endless bickering.