Nathaniel Popper tells CoinDesk how he got into bitcoin and how his journey has shaped his understanding of the digital currency.
This is a guest post by Drew Hinkes, an attorney at Berger Singerman. Drew is also frequently published and cited for his work on IT and technology-related issues, including virtual currencies, smart contracts, distributed ledger-based technologies, computer data security/breaches, and technology regulation. Tokyo District Court Judge Masumi Kurachi recently rejected a claim for relief brought […]
CEO of Fidor Bank of Germany, Matthias Kröner in an interview with IBTimes has opened up on the Bitcoin, the regulations pertaining to Bitcoin, and also the lackadaisical attitude of politicians in his country that he is facing and also highlighted the importance of the cryptocurrency. Hailing the Bitcoin as the “natural part of digital lifestyle” […]
Telebit, a bitcoin wallet that allows fast and easy bitcoin transactions to Telegram users, now offers some additional features. Telebit users can now download a companion Android app that offers the ability to send payment requests to other users and integration with Trezor bitcoin wallet, which has added security features. The new Android app marks […]
Two of bitcoin’s best-known developers have ‘forked’ the software in a controversial attempt to resolve its scalability crisis.
ArtByte, the digit currency for artists now has an online music store where people can pay with ArtByte to download any track available on the platform. Bitcoin was first introduced in 2009, about a year after Satoshi Nakamoto published a paper on it. It was the first cryptocurrency at that time which caught the world […]
Abine, a Boston based firm which calls itself the “online privacy company” is offering a bitcoin payment service called Bitcoin Anywhere. The Bitcoin Anywhere service enables users to make online payments on any online portal that accepts MasterCard credit cards. The Bitcoin Anywhere service works though Blur “Masked Card”. These Blur Masked Cards will be […]
“This is going to be the most important Bitcoin conference of the year,” said Warren Togami, Technical Project Manager of Blockstream and Scaling Bitcoin committee member. Judging by the scope and focus of these ambitious workshops, he might not be exaggerating. The timing of the announcement on August 11 could not be more apt. On […]
When asked why bitcoin hasn’t taken off as an online cash, Pete Rizzo argues it’s become conventional wisdom to blame ease of use as the issue.
The media emphasized bitcoin and the blockchain’s association with crime this week, while dedicating coverage to the technology’s regulatory issues.