Can Bitcoin Thaw the Cold War and Help IMF Regain Credibility?

We are back into the Cold War times. While most of us would love to assume that the Cold War ended with the collapse of Soviet Union over two decades ago, the current scenario says otherwise. The growing conflict between Russia and the United States along with its allies is not a secret anymore. The […]

Bitcoin Price: Top O’ The Morning

Bitcoin price was showing signs of topping since yesterday and after a strong push to 3100 CNY and $480 (Bitstamp) price plummeted $100 in some exchanges before recovering during the day. This analysis is provided by with a 3-hour delay. Read the full analysis here. Not a member? Join now and receive a $29 […]

Enforcement Trends in Cryptocurrency Today

Latham & Watkins–the world’s largest law firm with approximately 2,000 attorneys in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Asia–has recently released research results on today’s enforcement trends in cryptocurrency. Since the beginning of 2015, an increasing number of government and law enforcement agencies including the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Department of […]

Judge Judy Just Doesn’t Understand Bitcoin

Judge Judy is arguably the face of daytime justice. Those of us who have worked from home, gone through a period of unemployment, or maybe just taken a day off likely have a story of turning on the television to see Judy Sheinlin stare down some unsuspecting defendant from her short-rimmed glasses with an angry […]

SWIFT Launches Initiative To Improve Cross-Border Payments Using BlockChain

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT), a Belgium-based facilitator of global bank transfers, has launched a cross-border payments initiative to improve bank customer service by increasing transparency, speed and predictability of payments using the block chain. The project, called the Global Payments Innovation Initiative, will focus on business-to-business payments in early 2016, according […]