Bitcoin’s unsteady cracks were revealed yesterday, when its market value dropped to 10 per cent. Here, we find out whether it’s worth investing during a dip.
In short, it’s pretty bad. So bad, in fact, that Tesla will no longer accept Bitcoin, despite having invested over $1.5 billion in it. Thankfully, there are other digital currencies that put being green front and centre.
Rumours are swirling about a fictional “GTA bitcoin” that might be included in the next installment of the game. Stick ‘em up, rake in the virtual coins.
Rich millennials have harnessed the crypto-boom to make even more cash, according to a new survey. What does this mean for the wider investment industry?
With questions about how usable Bitcoin is and other coins offering more versatility, experts are predicting that Ethereum’s coin could be in the driving seat soon.
This secretive south London-based operation wants to use cryptocurrency as a force for good, by democratising artist contracts and directing cash flow to local scenes via virtual galleries and NFTs.
They’re flooding the cryptocurrency market and there’s serious money to be made – if you invest right, that is.
The Central American nation has become the first in the world to approve the cryptocurrency – a move that could benefit more than a million low-income families there, according to President Nayib Bukele.
Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, Libra, can handle 1,000 transactions per second (Bitcoin can only deal with seven) and early investors include Uber, Paypal, Spotify and Mastercard.
If you’re looking into investing in the crypto scene, whether it’s shitcoins or Bitcoin, it’d be wise to have a quick gloss over this guide.
In an extract from Cryptocurrency: How Digital Money Could Transform Finance, WIRED’s staff writer Gian Volpicelli traces the digital currency’s dark political past.
The US gaming company disrupted the stock market in January, now its sights set on NFT domination, too.
Crypto’s hottest new NSFW currency, spearheaded by a young female software engineer, might just be the next big thing.
The Central American nation continues to take the world by surprise. President Nayib Bukele has announced an eco-friendly alternative to mining Bitcoin using electricity, instead choosing one of its 20 active volcanoes to do the job.
From cryptocurrency and blockchain to smart contracts and FinTech, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get in on all the fun.