According to Plasman, updates to Gulden in 2017 will further improve on the basic premise of usability by adding faster transaction confirmations and a less technical interface: The wallet is... 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
CT: Why didn't Liberland choose a precious metal backed currency? VJ: We are considering putting part of our budget in gold backed accounts. Probably around 20 percent as hedge against any kind of ... Read More
The ability to buy and sell privately for cash becomes especially important when concerning coins that seek to improve on Bitcoin’s privacy. If a coin provides greater anonymity and untraceable... Read More
RT: Certainly, it is possible. I don’t think governments can hope to eliminate anonymous currencies, but they can certainly contain them in meaningful ways. For example, they could target centralized ... Read More
Wealth Manager Canaccord: ICOs Could Become Commonplace
Initial coin offerings (ICOs) could one day come to be seen as similar to initial public offerings (IPOs), according to a new report from financial services firm Canaccord Genuity.
Alleged Bitcoin Launderer Faces Extradition Hearing Next Month
An alleged money launderer tied to the defunct BTC-e bitcoin exchange and wanted by both Russia and the U.S. will attend an extradition hearing next month.
The Dec. 6 hearing, The Associated Press
Fujitsu Eyes Cryptocurrency Trading With Cross-Blockchain Payments Tech
Japanese IT firm Fujitsu has unveiled a new payments technology designed to facilitate transactions between blockchains.
Announced today, the "ConnectionChain" project is aimed at providing a way f
Brokerage Chief: Bitcoin Futures Must Be Quarantined
A well-known electronic brokerage firm is issuing dire warnings against the CME Group's plan to launch a bitcoin futures contract next month.
But Interactive Brokers, in a comment letter dated Nov.