In his latest blog post, Dr. Craig Wright explores the effect a laissez-faire system has had in regard to the coronavirus pandemic as well as the effect that intervention has had.
The holiday season is a time for reflection, it’s a time to look back on the year that is coming to an end, and look forward to the year that is on the horizon—2021.
Central bank officials have indicated progress has been made on launching a digital currency, citing the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic as a catalyst.
The South Korean exchange cited the increasing COVID-19 infections and more stringent social distancing rules as the reasons for closure.
A U.S. study group formed to look into how the COVID-19 pandemic had impacted IT companies recommended blockchain as a solution.
ABI Research estimates that the blockchain market has lost $2.8 billion in the past two years brought about by the 2018 digital currency winter and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Australian Securities Exchange said the decision comes “after extensive industry consultation and a comprehensive project review.”
The wallet is compatible with the Government24 digital certificate program, which facilitates the issuance of electronic certificates in South Korea following the COVID-19 pandemic.
A blockchain-based health records system is gradually making it possible for mainland China to resume cross-border tourism to Macao.
Ella Qiang said Bitcoin is offering something completely new in confusing times: an economic layer for the Internet that fuses data and money.
More than the big announcements and proof that Bitcoin SV is showing progress, Kurt Wuckert Jr. remembers something simpler from the conference: the relationships formed and strengthened by being part of CoinGeek Live 2020.