Blockchain is a disruptive technology that’s poised to change the world and have a major impact on a number of industries in the coming years. Given the interest from potential employers and students alike, some of the most prestigious academic institutions in the world are indeed offering blockchain/cryptocurrency courses and, in some cases, even degrees.
On January 3, 2009, the first event on the Bitcoin blockchain happened, known as the genesis block. Now, a decade later, The cryptocurrency community is being urged to participate in a event dubbed, “proof of keys.” The event advocates for people to remove all their cryptocurrencies from third-party crypto exchanges and similar services on January 3, 2019.
Coinbase has confirmed today, October 26, that the company is currently planning an Initial Public Offering (IPO) of $500 million USD at a valuation of $8 billion USD. The rumor was already floating around the internet for the past 24 hours but it was finally confirmed by Ran Neuner, which had already spoken about it. On Twitter, Ran…
U.S. retail giant Walmart has won a patent for the development of an electrical grid that will be powered by Bitcoin (BTC) or other digital currency, according to a patent application published June 14 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Blockchain technology is gaining traction amongst mainstream financial service providers as the technology guarantees security, decentralization, cheaper transaction fees and faster ways of sending funds across the globe.
Major corporations are taking actions to prevent people from investing into cryptocurrency. Jp Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citi all have banned the use of their credit cards to purchase Bitcoin or cryptocurrency. Speculators and stock investors describe Bitcoin as a bad investment. Meanwhile…
Despite some negative speculation in the cryptocurrency space, banking Giant Bank of America has dozens of blockchain patents