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by Tim Alper | Sep 25, 2017
Those predicting the worst for Asia’s cryptocurrency market may have jumped the gun. Like it or not, bitcoin is big business in almost every corner of the continent – including China.
by Matt B | Sep 24, 2017
The real beauty of OpenBazaar 2.0 is the invincible status afforded by the decentralized architecture: there is no Ulbricht to take down, no middlemen, and no fees.
by David Martinez | Sep 24, 2017
In a world where the rate of unbanked and underbanked citizens has become a serious cause for concern, blockchain services appear to perfectly slot in as ideal solutions to the developmental problems
by Kyle Torpey | Sep 22, 2017
These are the top Bitcoin, Ethereum, and cryptocurrency news stories for September 22, 2017.
by Ariel Deschapell | Sep 22, 2017
Cryptocurrency related cyber attacks are on the rise. This article discusses how these attacks happen, who the easy targets are, and how you can protect yourself.
by Tim Alper | Sep 22, 2017
Blockchain technology has found plenty of advocates in the world of finance, banking and trade. But, it’s in the unlikely field of democracy where it may soon be making its presence felt most acutely.
by Kyle Torpey | Sep 21, 2017
These are the top Bitcoin, Ethereum, and cryptocurrency news stories for September 21, 2017.
by David Martinez | Sep 21, 2017
Companies like Apple and Google virtually own access to applications for users through their app stores. However, blockchain has the potential to cut out the middlemen that dictate the distribution and monetization terms.