In this episode of "Theory of Bitcoin," Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles discuss legal ownership and how it could be enforced, as well as the ways Bitcoin can be used to link EDI processes in businesses.
Beware of downloading these three applications—Jamm, DaoPoker and eTrade—as they will allegedly steal your digital currencies.
“Keys ≠ Identity” explores the legalese around being in possession of a private key and what that means in terms of ownership.
With their patent pending technology, Curv will make transactions easier to approach for new users, and safer too.
The Nakasendo SDK version 0.2.0 is only available to a selected group of developers for the time being to allow initial testing in a real-world environment.
Bank of America has secured its latest cryptocurrency patent, in the form of a hardware device designed to securely store cryptographic keys offline.
The UK-based company G4S that is known for being one of the leading security services providers in the world, has launched a new service to protect cryptocurrencies.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are seeking another patent, this time for a blockchain-based system designed for “securely storing digital assets” like cryptocurrency.
Carverr has developed a system that uses synthetic DNA, the basic building block of virtually every living creature, as a method of storing data.