News

South Korea ‘Positively Considering’ Cryptocurrency...

South Korea is now considering a licensing scheme for cryptocurrency exchanges in a major U-turn on its previous suggestion to ban them. Govt. To Debate ‘Exchange Approval...

Wilma Woo | Feb 13, 2018 | 05:00
Legal
Bitcoin

Japan’s New Bitcoin Law Could Do More Damage Than NY BitLicense

According to IndieSquare Co-founder Koji Higashi, new regulations in Japan, which will make Bitcoin an official form of payment (starting today April 1), may do more harm than good...

Antonio Madeira | Apr 01, 2017 | 09:00
Bitphone
Bitcoin Breaking News Brief

Bitphone, The World’s First Encrypted Skype Competitor, Closes Down

Late on Tuesday, I received a very sad email from Gavin Stevens, founder of Solid Cloud, and creator of Bitphone, the first-ever encrypted, Bitcoin-accepting online video calling...

Evander Smart | Dec 07, 2016 | 03:00
News

US Regulations: OCC Puts End to State-By-State Compliance Mess

Attorney and Bitcoin advisor Marco Santori has hailed “the end of state-by-state licensing” following news that fintech startups will no longer face “patchwork” local...

William Suberg | Dec 03, 2016 | 09:00
Moscow
Bitcoin

Industry Report: Moscow Gets its First Bitcoin Exchange

Moscow opens its first digital currency exchange, California shelves its plans to regulate bitcoin, and the Bank of England looks to manage cryptocurrency. Want to catch up on the...

Nick Marinoff | Aug 18, 2016 | 09:00
Conclusion – The Market Has 2 Options
Bitcoin

Bears and Bulls Continue to Battle Over Bitcoin Price

The price of bitcoin has fallen since our last piece, this time hovering around $573 at press time. Some feel this was to be expected: things haven’t taken much of a turn since the...

Nick Marinoff | Aug 18, 2016 | 05:00
Bitcoin

The Bitcoin Foundation is Dead, and That’s Probably a Good...

It looks like the Bitcoin Foundation might finally be dead. At least, that’s according to Olivier Janssens, one of the more recent additions to the Foundation’s board of...

Evan Faggart | Dec 16, 2015 | 08:00
Breaking News

State-sponsored Actors Target Certain Twitter Users

Over the course of recent years, numerous stories have been making media headlines regarding governments attempting to hack certain services and platforms. A recent story published on...

Jp Buntinx | Dec 14, 2015 | 10:48
Bitcoin

2015 in Review: Bitcoin’s Resilience in the Face of Adversity

Big questions are regularly flowing through our minds. For cryptocurrency fans, some might include, “Where is Bitcoin headed in 2016? Where will it go, and what will it do? What...

Nick Marinoff | Dec 12, 2015 | 08:00
Not All Cryptocurrency Activity Illegal
Breaking News

Russia Proposes Jail Sentence for Bitcoin Activities

Russia and Bitcoin will never go hand-in-hand, by the look of things. In fact, it looks like a proposal is on the table to make the trading of Bitcoin punishable by law in the country...

Jp Buntinx | Oct 26, 2015 | 05:57
Breaking News

California Legislators – Protecting Consumer Privacy and...

Privacy is one of the major topics of concern for everyday consumers these days. Especially as far as online data is concerned, there doesn’t seem to be any form of privacy left. But...

Jp Buntinx | Oct 09, 2015 | 05:29
Ukraine
Breaking News

Ukraine’s National Bank Warns About Bitcoin

On October 2 the National Bank of Ukraine warned regional banks and executives of the certain risks using virtual currency. This comes after previous warnings in 2014 with the...

Jamie Redman | Oct 04, 2015 | 07:30

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