The man who started it all, Dr. Craig Wright, celebrates his birthday today. Here’s to wishing him a happy birthday and a long life.
In a new blog post, Dr. Craig Wright takes a closer look at tracing digital currency movements and how Bitcoin can actually help to reduce crime.
Dr. Craig Wright was a huge part of the CC Forum, taking part in some of its biggest moments. And we dig deep into the pumpkin mania of the moment.
While Libra faces tough regulatory scrutiny in Europe and the U.S, in Africa, it would also have to face tough competition from established players.
Outside of the previously lightly regulated cryptocurrency ecosystem, the guidance is essentially the application of FATF’s operative guidance called the “travel rule” for traditional financial institutions towards crypto businesses.
Dr. Craig Wright has been helping to set the record straight on what Bitcoin is truly supposed to do, and what it was designed to provide.
How payments can be achieved simply, without all of the hassle that has since been integrated into blockchain transactions.
Africa is in need of a digtial currency that can foster economic growth, ease the cost of international remittances and more. The answer is Bitcoin SV.
Zimbabwe recently banned mobile cash payments, stating that they are being used to facilitate illegal activities. It’s time for the real Bitcoin.
BTC and BSV are both making their paths known with the payment protocols they chose, and only BSV is moving towards Satoshi’s vision.
Former U.S. Federal Reserve official, Simon Potter is certain that no digital currency can ever be stronger than the dollar in backing global economies.