The roadmap skips the short term issues of:
If Bitcoin block size is not increased via a hard-fork, when the next Bitcoin reward halves, Bitcoin transaction fees may become prohibitively high for ... Read More
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Bitcoin: Money of the Future or Old-Fashioned Bubble?
Graf compares bitcoins achieving commodity value starting as a status symbol to the historical evolution of money from beads on a necklace and ... Read More
Of course, this is nothing new to economics. In the late 18th century the discipline was nicknamed “the dismal science” by Victorian historian Thomas Carlyle. He was inspired to bestow the moniker... Read More
NB:Bitcoin can change an artist’s process of monetizing what they do. Microtransactions play a huge part in that. iTunes recognized a market and said let’s allow people to download music and pay p... Read More
Florida law enforcement charged Espinoza with one count of operating as an unauthorized money transmitter and one count of money laundering. A second man, Pascal Reid, was also arrested. Reid has sinc... Read More
Bank of America Now Considers Crypto a Business Risk
Bank of America has cited cryptocurrency as a material risk to its business, public records show.
The technology could hamper the second-largest U.S. bank's ability to comply with anti-money-launde
New York Lawmakers Are Open to Revisiting the BitLicense
"Anyone in the crowd that does not think the BitLicense needs to be reformed?"
Not a word from the audience. Then, a few seconds later, laughter at the awkward silence.
But the question itself,
Video Game Giant Ubisoft Is Exploring Blockchain Use Cases
French video game publisher Ubisoft is exploring potential applications of blockchain in its Strategic Innovation Lab, which studies emerging technologies and their use cases.
Lidwine Sauer, the La
Bitcoin and blockchain consume an exorbitant amount of energy. These engineers are trying to change that
If blockchain technology is going to revolutionize how we transact with each other, computer scientists need to solve one big problem: It can consume way too much energy. The original blockchain,