As the largest economic powers in the world vie for power, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are leaving the petrodollar increasingly vulnerable
As Zimbabwe moves closer to another financial meltdown, many citizens are turning to bitcoin in search of a solution to their financial woes
While everyone is talking about Japan and China, Southeast Asian governments like Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia are getting increasingly involved with blockchain
Dubai has seen a technological boom in the past 20 years, but its ambitions do not stop there. Full blockchain integration into governance is the next step.
The South Korean government recently cracked down on ICOs and cryptocurrencies. However, it’s likely the attitude in South Korea will return pro-crypto sooner than expected.
Fukishima to launch a blockchain power pilot with the potential to facilitate renewable energy drives and test-run a “smart” energy grid. The initiative will see 1,000 households in the area move onto a platform whereby energy data is managed using blockchain technology.
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Crypto Insider corresponds with Theo Chino on the abolition of Bitlicense case – worldwide implications for Bitcoin
Project UBU is taking the concept of Universal Basic Income and applying it to cryptocurrencies to address the ever widening wealth inequality gap
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As one of the 50 countries across the world without its own currency, Ecuador has been making an effort to create a digital state-sponsored legal tender
One user’s opinion on the Segwit2x debate: “It’s because they don’t really want Bitcoin to succeed. They are dividing, and attempting to conquer.”