Singapore could be the first country in the world to embrace Bitcoin, one of cryptocurrency’s best-known commentators has told mainstream media.
Sports teams on the professional and collegiate level have been paying close attention to cryptocurrencies. Now, many are venturing into Bitcoin especially to expand their reach.
A simple explanation of smart contracts: what they are, how they work, and how they might affect us all
A blockchain project that claims it offers the “new financial era” to users says it will soon start delivering the world’s first smartphone with a voice-over blockchain protocol (VOBP).
Chinese importers in Russia are buying up to $30 million a day of tether (USDT) from Moscow’s over-the-counter trading desks.
The Nevada-based financial institution Prime Trust has launched a real-time settlement network for asset transfers among its clients, competing with similar services offered by crypto-friendly U.S. banks Silvergate and Signature.
The institutions are coming for your bitcoin! Are you going to HODL or let them take if from you? Institutional grade products are all getting ready to launch including Bakkt and ErisX, but there is already one product providing physically settled futures that is already out in the market for early access. That product is LedgerX, and they have the centurion contract which is a call option that Bitcoin will hit 100k by December 31st, 2020. Many of their institutional clients are interested in this type of contract …I wonder why??
A report published by Totle on July 23 has revealed that the transaction volume on Ethereum-based decentralized exchanges (DEX) has tripled since the start of 2019.
On July 25 it was reported that users of the public transportation system in the Brazilian city of Fortaleza, capital of the state of Ceará, will soon be able to purchase transportation tickets using bitcoin.
Many people believe so, but so far I’ve given Justin Sun the benefit of the doubt. Lately, however, the plot has thickened so much, that I’m inclined to jump on the boat and call him an outright scammer.