2019 Saw the End of Blockchain Tourism
2019 saw a shift from dabbling in blockchain (just to make the trip) to applying the technology to solve problems.
Credit cards and bank transfers – and their incumbent surveillance features – are no longer payment options for Greek citizens, they are obligations.
Hacks, futures, settlements, flippenings, geopolitical conflict -- 2019 had it all.
The blockchain forensics firm is now offering banks a product that aims to provide up-to-date risk profiles of more than 200 of the largest crypto exchanges around the world.
China's securities watchdog is reported to be hiring Yao Qian, the former head of the central bank's digital currency initiative, as the chief of its new tech regulation bureau.
Battered bitcoin may soon see solid support from a historically strong moving average price support. That could attract technical buyers.
Nic Carter, a noted crypto skeptic, talks through the big stories of the year and argues that bitcoin mattered more than ever.
Developers using the platform now have a place to manage and monitor transactions.
Decentralized systems forsake scale, speed and cost in favor of one key feature: censorship resistance. Get used to it.
With the market set for another down day, we're talking new data on Bitcoin diversification for traditional portfolios, taking a look at shifting tactics in the mining hardware industry, traditional bonds issued, then redeemed on the Ethereum blockchain, and more...