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.
Justin Cheng, who is charged with defrauding the U.S. government with over $7 million in a well-orchestrated COVID relief scam, has been sentenced to seven years in prison by a federal court.
Fake certificates in the country are going for as low as $13, with vendors touting extra perks for their clients as the trade gets competitive.
There are gaping holes in Africa’s response to the deadly virus, and according to Kayode Babarinde, the executive director of the Africa Blockchain Institute, blockchain could be the solution.
CoinGeek’s Charles Miller and Claire Celdran caught up with Calvin Ayre and Connor Murray for the premiere of CoinGeek TV, where they discussed some of the key issues affecting the future of BSV blockchain.
VXPASS allows medical professionals to securely document a patient's status during the course of their COVID-19 vaccination program by creating a digitally signed version of the COVID-19 vaccination cards.
Authorities in Hungary are weighing proposals which would slash the applicable rate of tax on digital currency gains down from 30.5% to just 15%.
Blockchain-based VXPASS has teamed up with the Sesiu sa Tšoele le beta Poho Fund (SESIU) to make vaccine card distribution and logistics in the Kingdom of Lesotho a paperless experience.
The Kingdom of Lesotho, a landlocked country in South Africa, has selected blockchain-based VXPASS for its COVID-19 vaccination program rollout.
The parties reported to Judge Beth Bloom that the second attempt at mediation by the parties was unsuccessful, and both agreed that they considered that avenue of dispute resolution exhausted.