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Long a sort of Cold War, bitcoin's scaling debate is escalating into what may be best described as a digital Cuban Missile Crisis.   No longer open for diplomacy, users of the $40bn economic network, which hit an all-time high in value...
Cryptocurrency mining malware has come a very long way over the past few years. Whereas Bitcoin used to be the center of attention in the beginning, this type of mining malware has expanded to include Dogecoin, Monero, Ethereum, and...
With all the media attention and the skyrocketing price of bitcoin of late, it is common to hear that bitcoin is in a bubble. However, some analysts disagree, offering reasons why the digital currency has more room to grow. Also...
Most people are well aware of how cryptocurrency volatility is a big problem. Although there are periods during which volatility seemingly quiets down, this week has been filled with wild price fluctuations. As of right now, all currencies and...
There is an air of uncertainty among Bitcoiners of what would become of their fate in the near future. With the community approaching a significant decision date on the issue of scaling, the outcome of the consensus is looking more...
A lot of people are looking to get a (part of) their salary paid in Bitcoin these days. Given the recent price increase of the popular cryptocurrency, that is not entirely surprising. This process is not necessarily easy, though,...
Japan’s leading bitcoin exchanges, Bitflyer and Coincheck, will start offering insurance for merchants to cover failed transactions involving bitcoin. Insurance for Bitcoin-Accepting Merchants Two of Japan’s leading bitcoin exchanges, Bitflyer and Coincheck, are partnering with large Japanese insurance companies to offer...
The prices of Bitcoin and Ethereum have been acting more erratically than usual it seems. Obviously the fact that it is a cryptocurrency market means we should absolutely expect that such volatility is inherently part of the game, but...
Despite its price volatility, Bitcoin is likely to make more millionaires. Panos Mourdoukoutas, chair of the department of economics at LIU Post in New York City, whose works are published by Forbes and The New York Times, thinks Bitcoin is...
Former Barclays chief executive and current UK shadow chair of the Institute for Apprenticeships, Antony Jenkins has warned that banks may become antiquated and irrelevant should they fail to embrace contemporary fintech solutions in a recent interview with CNBC. Mr....

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