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.
Bitcoin and XRP could be a savior in the midst of a financial crisis
Teenagers in the United States prefer cryptocurrencies like XRP, Bitcoin, and the in-game currency Fortnite ‘V-Bucks’ over traditional holiday gifts that include gift cards and fiat cash
It seems as though some blockchain token projects may be allowed to bypass U.S. securities registration requirements by obtaining a “no-action letter” from the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission)
Gottfried Leibbrandt will step down next June from Swift, the cross-border payment system, after spending seven years leading a key piece of global economic infrastructure through crises from hacking to sanctions on Iranian banks.
Coinbase 12 Days of Christmas could be awesome!
Though the blockchain is set to disrupt business processes, governance systems, and value exchange, no sector gets scared by the mention of this technology more than the banking and finance industries.
Coinmarketcap refuses to list XRP’s true market capitalization and some speculate that ulterior motives may be the source of the omission of XRP information
According to the Wall Street Journal, Overstock founder and CEO Patrick Byrne could complete the sale as early as February 2019. This news comes several months after it was reported that Byrne issued a letter to shareholders explaining that he sold 10% of his stock holdings, roughly equalling $20 million, in an apparent effort to reinvest in blockchain projects. Byrne revealed that…