While Bitcoin (BTC) has been in existence since 2009, it has stayed primarily under the radar. That changed in 2017 as the price of BTC moved from $1000 in May to almost $20,000 by December. Along with that surge in price, other cryptocurrencies were introduced -- about 320 ICOs from April 2017 to
Is Crypto Regulation an Oxymoron? These days, nothing has managed to create a stir as big as cryptocurrency has. However, when it comes to regulation, its allure may become part of its downfall. After all, the anonymity was what drew people to crypto in the first place. As markets begin to crack
It is easy for people to speculate as to which types of people and of what age, gender or race are most prone to purchase up cryptocurrency. We have this image in our minds of how a cryptocurrency trader ought to look. More curiously, our mental picture is not too far off from the reality.
Are cryptocurrencies by their very nature something that is bound to burst? That is what many who follow them closely like to believe. Then there are those on the other side who see this all as a much more debatable topic of discussion. Those who see the debate are often the same people who believe
Has your computer had strange performance problems lately? Is it running very slowly? Has the battery overheated? Did it mysteriously malfunction and then break down completely? You may be the victim of cryptojacking. Symantec, Inc.'s recent Internet Security Report indicated that cryptojacking
Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain Technology The AI or artificial intelligence market is expected to grow from the $8 billion in 2016 to $72 billion by 2021. This is a CAGR or Compound Annual Growth Rate of 55.1 percent. The expected growth for the Blockchain market is a CAGR of 61.5
Recently, the demand for cryptocurrency has risen substantially. People are constantly looking for an ideal alternative to money. Cryptocurrencies are considered the future because they are electronic and decentralized. Here are some things to keep an eye on heading towards the future. The
American telecom giant AT&T has officially jumped into the digital currency arena with a very interesting patent. Imagine being able to make a purchase, pay for a service or even receiving a payment for service you rendered while driving. AT&T is seemingly exploring such an option, and it