Mirai, The Infamous Internet of Things Army, Can Now Mine Bitcoin

Remember that Internet of Things botnet? The one known for temporarily shutting down a number of the world's largest websites last autumn?

Bitcoin Miners Signal Revolt Amid Sluggish Blockchain

You may not know it by looking at bitcoin’s recent price surge, but the infrastructure underpinning the world’s most popular virtual currency is teetering.

Say Hello to the Multi-Blockchain Business Model

Our latest State of Blockchain report, released this week, reveals that VC funding for blockchain startups rose sharply in Q4 year-over-year, even while the annual total was virtually unchanged.

The Next Financial Depression May Just Be Around The Corner, Financial Expert Claims

In the end, there is a lot of bad debt in the financial ecosystem that needs to be addressed.

RarePepes: Magic Bitcoin Digital Trading Cards

Trading cards, a hobby that goes back centuries, have now found their way onto the Bitcoin blockchain in the form of RarePepes.

Nobody Understands Bitcoin (And That's OK)

When I first became interested in bitcoin, I found myself spending countless hours absorbing as much information about it as possible, trying to put all of the pieces together.

Are Big Banks' Dark Pools Behind The Run-Up In Bank Stock Prices?

Using Cryptocurrencies To Regulate The Deep Web

The Race Towards Truly Anonymous Cryptocurrency Is On

Anonymous cryptocurrency is in demand, and there are concerted efforts on multiple fronts to make it a reality.

Does Sweden See an Opening with Brexit to Boost FinTech?

Since the announcement of Brexit many European countries have been attempting to benefit from the U.K.’s eventual removal from the EU. The latest country that could profit is Sweden, which is working to attract more FinTech investment.

Nigeria is Following Venezuela’s Bitcoin Trend

The ability of Bitcoin to  resist inflation, its characteristic independence towards government legislation among several other qualities, makes it an automatic safe haven for embattled economies.

How Satoshi Messed Up His Math (and How These Academics Just Fixed It)

Satoshi Nakamoto’s math doesn’t quite add up.

How Japan’s New Regulations Affect Bitcoin Exchanges

Japan has recently overtaken the US and China as the highest-volume country for bitcoin trading in the world. In April, the first Japanese bill with provisions for digital currencies including bitcoin will enter into force. It will recognize bitcoin as a method of payment, but at the same time, it will impose regulations on bitcoin exchange service providers.

Another Central Bank in Africa is Warning About Onecoin

Uganda’s central bank is warning local residents about Onecoin, a digital currency scheme widely accused of being a scam.

Blockchain is 5 Years From Mainstream, Post-Trade Consortium Members Say

Nearly half of the members of a blockchain consortium focused on post-trade settlement see the technology achieving wider adoption over the next three to five years.

That's according to the results of a survey published today by the Post-Trade Distributed Ledger (PTDL) Group. The survey was conducted last autumn and polled its 45-strong membership.

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