Cryptocurrencies took the world by storm in 2017. But since early 2018, the price of most cryptocurrencies has been in a steep retreat. Including the crypto granddaddy — bitcoin.
There’s a crypto project called Decentraland. The premise is quite simple, it’s a virtual world which consists of 10s of thousands of parcels of virtual land.
Crypto investors flocked to Malta in droves last year for a massive blockchain summit, and it’s fast becoming known as a global crypto hub.
Banks are closed. What do you do? Panic starts to set in. Where is your money? And, why can’t you access it?
Bitcoin has been around the longest of all cryptos, which could mean — according to Lindy’s law — that it has the best chance of all cryptos to survive.
Buffett remains an idol of mine and I’d give my right arm to be a tenth as good as he is at picking stocks. But that doesn’t mean he’s perfect.
Today, I get the chance to respond to some of the fantastic letters you’ve sent over the past couple weeks.
In the past week, the value of bitcoin has crumpled. It’s gone from $9,500 per coin to under $7,500 a coin in roughly five days. We’ll cover why the downturn occurred…
While bitcoin’s price keeps fluctuating, we are seeing more companies and people flowing into blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin.
There’s nothing quite as polarising as cryptocurrency. You could survey 100 people; most wouldn’t be able to name anything outside of bitcoin.
The American dollar is a success because we have a strong and stable system. But is it really? We go behind the myth, and what we find isn’t pretty.
There was quite a row going on Twitter all last week. In case you missed it, it started with Nouriel Roubini’s comments on crypto during a US senate hearing.
Madrid and Barcelona — Spain’s two main cities — are major rivals. But there is one thing these two cities agree on: they both want their own digital currency.
To many, bitcoin is not an effective store of value or unit of account. And it should be easy to reason why…it’s crazy volatile.