Cryptocurrencies are known for their ability to break through jurisdictional borders nearly instantly. But while legitimate users benefit from this, so do criminals. Given this fact, the challenge for regulators is also rising.
CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero spoke with Mohit Lalvani, who launched India's first cryptocurrency wallet—QuikWallet—in 2012, about his dealings as a blockchain pioneer with government regulators in the country.
Today’s In Focus features StackTrek, a private enterprise working with various governments in creating tech economies in developing countries. Its goal is to attract foreign investments, generate new tech job opportunities, and improve tech education quality.
Cloud Constellation’s mission to shoot data into space through SpaceBelt is the stuff of science fiction. So it’s not surprising that apart from starry-eyed sci-fi fans, they’ve also managed to turn heads in the blockchain space.
In this coinversation with CoinGeek's Stephanie Tower, AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes talks about democratizing remittances with e-wallet BigPay.
Blockchain-based startup Acudeen Acudeen is bridging the disconnected pieces within the Philippine economy through a clever financial service solution.
Lumiere has the platform to push for the right things, but its creator acknowledges that there will be a lot of resistance to the revolution.
Shyft is a decentralized network specializing in digital identity that aims to provide a universally accepted documentation system attesting to a person’s identity as well as reputation.
The next upgrades for Bitcoin Cash will pave the way for people to start treating the cryptocurrency as what it is supposed to be—cash.
We interviewed law veteran Rick Levin on some of the most pressing issues surrounding the cryptocurrency space.