Belgium has contributed €2 Million to support U.N. World Food Programme projects, including its blockchain payments pilot for Syrian refugees.
Listing properties for Bitcoin is an emerging trend. Now, one cryptocurrency believer is opening up his six-story brick-and-mortar home on New York’s Upper East Side for purchase with Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple. Living Large If you’re a resident of New York and looking to move up to the big leagues, a 22-foot-wide, six-story, marble-and-limestone house at East 76th Street near Fifth Avenue is now available for purchase with the three leading cryptocurrencies. The property in
The post Got $45 Million in Bitcoin, Ethereum, or Ripple? Buy a House Near Fifth Avenue appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
One of the few cypherpunks in a room full dominated by financial services, Szabo urged blockchain developers not to forget about decentralization.
Feeling bullish over the latest Bitcoin price action? According to one cryptocurrency hedge fund manager, you should be. ‘It’s a Very Good Time to Buy’ Dan Morehead, CEO of San Francisco-based blockchain investment firm Pantera Capital, says the bottom is in for Bitcoin and the dark days of the bear market are likely in our rearview mirrors. Morehead explained to CNBC‘s “Fast Money” that Bitcoin, the dominant cryptocurrency by market capitalization, has been growing at a
The post ‘It’s a Very Good Time to Buy’ Bitcoin, Says Pantera Capital CEO appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
VC firms Andreessen Horowitz and Union Square Ventures reportedly met with the SEC in March to request that tokens be exempted from SEC oversight.
Bitcoin has been struggling to break through the long-term descending trendline, but that could change today.
Amazon Technologies, Inc. – a subsidiary of American electronic commerce and cloud computing giant Amazon.com, Inc. – has won a patent for a marketplace that offers data feeds. More important, the patented marketplace includes bitcoin transactions. Patent Approved The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has approved Amazon Technologies’ filing for a patent on a streaming data marketplace. The patent in question was originally filed in September 2014 and makes reference to bitcoin transactions twice. As noted
The post Amazon May Soon Accept Bitcoin (And Sell the Data to Law Enforcement) appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
Researchers have unveiled a new ethereum scaling project with a focus on security, and even Vitalik Buterin wants to see it grow and succeed.
GameCredits has announced a desktop application that enables gamers to harness idle hardware and unused processing power to mine crypto in return for GAME tokens.
Filmmaker Seif Elsbei’s Twitter account has been hacked, and took on the personas of at least six different cryptocurrency developers and exchanges.