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November 2018
News

Is Cash Really King?

Goldman Sachs, one of the world’s largest investment banks, stated in a report on 19 November, 2018 that “Cash will represent a competitive asset class to stocks for the first […]

June 2018
Demo

Regulatory Capture and Cryptocurrency

Regulatory Capture and Cryptocurrencies Even while cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology have been fascinating for governments, banks and the media, the predicted resurgence in price and market cap in 2018 still […]

May 2018
Debate

Why Zero Knowledge Matters

What’s all the fuss about Zero Knowledge? MIT’s Technology Review named it one of the breakthrough technologies of 2018 alongside artificial embryos, quantum materials, 3-D metal printing and zero-carbon natural […]

December 2017
Opinion

Predictions

Right now is one of the most exciting times to be involved in the sector. Everyone is talking about it, especially the skeptics. A journalist recently asked me for a […]

April 2017
Interview

Bancor Interview

Interview with Guy Benartzi and Eyal Hertzog of Bancor The following interview with Bancor’s founders, Guy Benartzi and Eyal Hertzog, took place before Bitcoin Wednesday’s Special Event on 12 April […]

November 2016
News

NSA / GCHQ Tapped Security System Designed By Mike Hearn

Between 2010 and 2013 former Bitcoin developer Mike Hearn, then a tech lead at Google’s offices in Zurich, Switzerland, designed a security system that was later tapped by the NSA and […]

July 2016
Opinion

Cryptocurrencies and Blockchains in The Gartner Hype Cycle

On February 2016 Louis de Bruin, IBM’s Blockchain Leader Benelux, mentioned that “The cryptocurrency has arrived relatively safe and sound on the Plateau of Productivity of the Gartner Hype Cycle.”  […]

Antonopoulos

Andreas Antonopoulos on Privacy and Data Collection

Buried at the tail end of a long interview with Andreas Antonopoulos are a number of sharp observations about the relationship between the digital currency revolution and civil rights on […]

News

Evil Hackers and Bitcoin Anonymity

Evil Hackers A front page story in The New York Times on 26 July 2015 gives readers a glimpse into a dystopian world of online fraud committed by criminal hackers who demand […]

Opinion

Security, Identity and Trust

For what seems like centuries we’ve relied on central authorities like large corporations, banks, security forces and governments, to establish the essential conditions for business transactions: security, identity and trust. […]