Over 200 participants from fintech sector gathered in Manila to discuss financial inclusiveness and the topic that many are curious about—cryptocurrencies.
The practical vision of any blockchain-based startup is “to build products and solutions and applications that people want,” he says.
Computer programmer and entrepreneur John McAfee explains why banks and governments are afraid of cryptocurrencies.
At the inaugural conference, top speakers will present a better way to accept payments and send money—or how to revolutionize transactions for the future.
We bring you the highlights of the recently concluded Blockchain and Bitcoin Conference Philippines 2018 which was held at Shangri-La in Manila.
Pundi X Labs is attempting to wedge into the crypto space with a simple solution: make buying crypto as easy as buying bottled water.
Basic services that once required tedious paperwork can leverage blockchain to optimize and secure their backend processes.
The Indonesian demographic is particularly poised to adapt to crypto businesses because of their innate curiosity, says the Bitcoin Indonesia CEO.
The advent of mainstream adoption was a difficult moment for BTC, a system that "is a little bit complicated to use at the beginning."
One of the solutions to the network's congestion problem is dedicated proof-of-stake, which doesn't require vast amounts of electricity from the user.