Data is the new currency in the Digital Age. Consumers and businesses are targeted for their information. Be it hackers, data brokers, or advertisers, they all follow the money. Despite best efforts at good cyber hygiene, people are having to deal with the fact they have been monitored and analyzed in ways that weren’t possible two decades ago.
The Washington Post has targeted bitcoin as a fundraising vehicle for the alt-right, citing several organizations as adopting the digital currency after being banned from other payment services and communication tools like Twitter.
Conflating bitcoin with extremist and alt-right operations, the media outlet doesn’t directly call for action (although the need for it is implied).
The year 2017 has been a wild time for blockchain and cryptocurrency – more than $3 billion was raised via initial coin offerings and traditional investments, countless new companies were started, and cryptocurrency prices soared.
Now 2018 beckons, offering further innovations, government actions,
Alexander Legoshin has over 10 years experience in strategic marketing and software development, and a history of working in the financial industry. Alexander has been a blockchain enthusiast and investor since 2013, and his new company offers trading in cryptocurrency and fiat.
I read the newspaper. I love it. I also love cryptocurrency.
Today’s Wall Street Journal shows two things I love, side by side, hating each other. Like when your wife and mother simply won’t get along.
Sergey Nikolenko is the mathematician of Neuromation, a company that combines artificial intelligence with the computing power of cryptocurrency miners into an integrated marketplace. In simple terms, by using synthetic datasets in machine learning, Neuromation will be able to drastically decrease the cost and adoption of widespread AI adoption,
Bitcoin and other blockchain technology does offer an innovative and modern way of aiding financial-related transactions, but is far from perfect, according to Gates Foundation Deputy Director for Financial Services Kosta Peric.
During a panel discussion at the Money 2020 conference, it was revealed that there are still who hold reservations about blockchain and are aware that more needs to be done for the technology to get the necessary backing and support.
Cato Institute’s William Luther details the history of world government monetary regulation and speculates how it may be applied to cryptocurrency…..
Rick Levin is the Fintech Practice Chair of national law firm Polsinelli. His practice focuses on representing early-stage and publicly-traded companies in the financial services industry, including investment banks, hedge funds, alternative trading systems, exchanges and digital currency platforms before the SEC, the CFTC,
Apple’s plans to offer a facial recognition system has one downside for cryptocurrency users – it will lift the veil of anonymity that is a bedrock of the ecosystem.
Apple showcased the latest updates to its iPhone lines on Tuesday with a live event at the new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino,