Evan Bakker and John Heggestuen, analysts at BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, have compiled a detailed report on the payments ecosystem that drills into the industry to ex... Read More
Cash starts and ends the transaction in plain sight at the register when we hand over paper and coins. For our purposes, we're not talking about bank transfers. We're also leaving bitcoin out of... Read More
Just because a credit card allows you to spend a certain amount of money doesn't mean you should use every cent. It's always a good idea to leave a little space on your card in case there's s... Read More
Users can now order bitcoin debit cards for $9.95 to receive the product within seven to 10 business days. From there, users can load funds onto the card via their bitcoin wallet or a direct deposit t... Read More
Hopefully, this is a step in a direction where more services are catered to the altcoin market, and the entire digital currency market expands in kind, which should keep more investment funds in the... Read More
China's IT Ministry: 2017 Saw 'Exponential' Blockchain Growth
Nearly 40 percent of all Chinese blockchain startups emerged in 2017 alone, according to a new white paper published by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
Revealed by the mini
Back Above $8,500: Does Bitcoin's Rally Have Legs?
Bitcoin (BTC) has bounced back above $8,500, but the rally is not backed by decent trading volumes, the technical charts indicate.
The cryptocurrency closed below key technical levels on Thursday,
Former OKEx Chief Joins Rival Cryptocurrency Exchange Huobi
Chris Lee, the former CEO of Hong Kong-based crypto exchange OKEx, has announced he is joining rival platform Huobi as its vice president of global business development.
According to an announcemen
Colorado's Politicians Could Soon Accept Crypto Contributions
The state of Colorado could soon allow political committees to accept contributions in cryptocurrency.
The Office of the Colorado Secretary of State published a new working draft of its "Rules Conc