Brad Peterson is the CIO of Nasdaq. He believes that something akin to the bitcoin blockchain—the public ledger shared across thousands of computers—can be used to automatically verify and record ... Read More
“Manipulation,” says Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst of the Enderle Group. “With massive access to personal data, they can manipulate you into doing what they would like you to do; ... Read More
Bob is also a cell biology researcher. Independently of Alice – but after reading much of the same literature – Bob dreams up a similar “groundbreaking” experiment. After many tries, Bob also ... Read More
This is a guest post by Addison James.
Similar security weaknesses were exposed following the hack of Target’s TGT security and payments system in 2013. After that hack, consumers became aware of... Read More
Blockchain systems will run along those in the non-blockchain world. To enable this, there has to be free flow of assets between the two ecosystems. Some issues to consider:
The greatest features o... Read More
Coinbase Taps Twitter Vet to Bolster Customer Support Team
Cryptocurrency startup Coinbase has hired a former Twitter executive in an effort to shore up its customer support teams.
Tina Bhatnagar will serve as vice president of operations and technology, a
IMF Calls for International Cooperation on Crypto
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), an organization that aims to foster global monetary cooperation and financial stability, has called for global coordination on cryptocurrencies, warning of the r
Commodity Merchant Louis Dreyfus Trials Blockchain for Soybean Trade
Louis Dreyfus, a major commodities trading company, has announced that it has piloted a blockchain-based transaction system developed by a group of financial institutions including ING.
Bitcoin tanks more than 10% to below $11,000; South Korea announces details on crypto tax
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies dropped sharply Monday morning. Bitcoin briefly tumbled to a low near $10,234 on Coinbase around 11 a.m., ET, marking a loss of about 11 percent over