Needs more scrutiny
Bitcoin fanboy deVere Group’s chief executive and founder Nigel Green has called for greater regulatory scrutiny of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
But diamonds are a girl's best friend
Millennials prefer Bitcoin to gold as a safe-haven asset, a new global survey from one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory and fintech organisations.
US is expected to follow
Thousands investors in the EU and Asia were dumping their Bitcoin after the price was hammered overnight.
Teams up with Paxos
PayPal has partnered with cryptocurrency company Paxos to launch a new service. PayPal users in the US will soon be able to buy, hold and sell cryptocurrencies.
Politicians need to see it as the future of money
Billionaire tech entrepreneurs need to school financial regulators on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies – which are the future of money – according to the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory and fintech organisations.
CompTIA sets the record straight
CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the global technology industry, has released a new free educational resource on blockchain that dispels myths and misunderstandings about a technology that has the potential to transform the way businesses and industries operate.
Might have to eat a small part of himself on live TV
John McAfee might regret making a small wager on the future of Bitcoin in July 2017.
Highest value since February
The Bitcoin price will hit ‘at least $10,000’ even before the four-yearly ‘halving’ event taking place in two weeks, predicts the CEO of financial advisors deVere Group.
Breaks kiddie porn ring
Federal authorities in the US have unsealed charges against the South Korean operator of a child porn ring that's been billed as the world's "largest dark web child porn marketplace."
US President Trump is wrong and is placing himself on the wrong side of history on Bitcoin – but cryptocurrencies should be regulated, says the boss of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.