2015: Russia reportedly hacked TV5Monde, a French-language broadcaster. A group calling itself the CyberCaliphate took credit, but French officials have pointed the finger at Russia. OUTCOME: The hack... Read More
The nonprofit Uniform Law Commission has been working for the past year on draft legislation, an effort aimed at bringing a degree of harmony, from state to state, when it comes to regulating bitcoin ... Read More
Its national railway service may have already jumped on the bitcoin bandwagon, but Switzerland is taking a slower approach as it looks to regulate digital currencies and fintech.
Key elements inclu... Read More
The year 2016 can be said to be the year of the Blockchain. Several innovations and creations around the Blockchain were unveiled, strengths and weaknesses of a number of systems became exposed as... Read More
GDAX Exchange to Reimburse Traders After Ether Flash Crash
GDAX, the digital asset exchange operated by Coinbase, is moving to issue refunds after a stunning flash crash last week stoked anger amongst affected traders.
Ether prices dramatically plunged to
Bitcoin Shows What Banking Should Be: American Banker
American Banker, a daily trade newspaper that has been covering the financial sector since 1836, recently featured an analytical piece by its editor-in-chief Marc Hochstein entitled “How I missed the
Sharing Economy: Why Blockchain Might Be Next Big Thing for Office Rental
The shared workspace model is poised to transform the world of work, catering to current and future trends by creating flexible and adaptive office ecosystems. According to Jones Lang LaSalle, shared
Portugal Wants to Tax Bitcoin Users, despite Lack of Regulations
Just like in the rest of the world, the media in Portugal have been all over bitcoin because of the cryptocurrency’s growing popularity… and value. Back in April, Portuguese newspaper Jornal de Negóci