The CEO of QuadrigaCX, Canada’s biggest exchange, has died leaving user’s funds lock behind an encrypted cold storage.
Censorship resistance is one of the core features of Bitcoin, but it doesn’t matter how much censorship crawls into the pockets of those who use fiat, they still hesitate to leave the fiat system
Traditional markets have inherent flaws. Bitcoin was created to overcome many of these flaws, but market actors don’t necessarily understand this. Now it seems that might be changing
Can regulation be overbearing? Definitely! The cryptocurrency space has had its fair share and Basis is the latest example of how too much regulation stifles innovation
Never trust verify and always control your private keys. These are the two maxims that should always govern your interaction with anyone in the space, including a seemingly respectable exchange like Cubits
NASDAQ will list Bitcoin futures, but that looks like another oxymoron from the mainstream financial apparatus that wants to sell Bitcoin derivatives for a fiat profit
One coin is supposed to undergo a fork so the prices of all the other coins fall. That doesn’t seem right does it?
Hammering cryptocurrency for electricity consumption and emissions is a slippery slope that many have have stumbled on. The latest to do so were the researchers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa
Bitcoin on the Ethereum network sounds like Stablecoin 2.0. Kyber Network will face many of the same issues when they launch the WBTC, which oesn’t seem like a very good idea
The most recent financial market fall, should serve as yet another warning sign about things to come. The traditional economy is fragile, and there are only a few hedging alternatives out there. One of them is Bitcoin
Although custodianship services go against the philosophy of cryptocurrency, they are quickly becoming the critical piece that will bring institutional investor into the world of crypto
Another Keynesian economist calls Bitcoin out as a scam, while the traditional financial system is teetering on the brink of collapse. Roubini’s comments on Bitcoin might be proven wrong by the very system this Keynesian economist upholds