Indian teens are taking an unusual approach to beat the pandemic by investing in digital currency—fueling the digital currency market, which stood at $6.6B last year
In his latest video, Bitcoin expert Joshua Henslee says that "reward points should be tokenized, not for speculation, but as free-flowing assets outside of a single company's control."
The Mitsubishi UFJ Group announced the end of its Global Open Network, saying that it failed to live up to expectations with COVID-19 stunting its growth.
Society is sick with AIDS, its immune system has been compromised, and we are now exposed to any attacks upon our system as a global community.
Here we are at the end of 2021—was it a good year? In many ways, it was, and in many ways, it wasn't. But it was definitely a year full of major changes that will impact the blockchain industry for a long time to come.
Zachary Weiner joined CoinGeek Backstage to discuss how VXPASS was created and why he decided to build the platform on top of the BSV Blockchain.
Zach Weiner joined Kurt Wuckert Jr. to talk about how he got started with developing and blockchain, his vision for VXPASS, separating politics from data, and more.
Bitcoin is a tool that can be used for good and for evil. In this new interview, Dr. Michael Wehrmann and MatterPool founder Daniel Krawisz paint a scenario in which Bitcoin is used by a totalitarian force.
RealX, in partnership with Tripvillas, created a blockchain-based platform that enables Indian investors to buy and sell direct deeded co-ownership vacation homes.
There is an assumption among some people that all bitcoiners fit into easily defined collectivist silos of one political variety or another, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
The billion-dollar Kleiman v Wright trial is still set to go ahead on November 1, according to a status conference between the parties on Friday.