JPMorgan sees ‘high anticipation’ for CME Bitcoin options launch
JPMorgan calculates intrinsic value by treating Bitcoin as a commodity
Bitcoin goes ballistic after surging through $8,000 level
The world’s largest cryptocurrency rose as much as 7.3 per cent to $8,128 in New Yo...
China to expand blockchain pilot, study forex reforms for cryptocurrency: Regulator
China has studied the application of blockchain and AI in...
Bitcoin begins year negative after 2019’s eye-catching surge
Bitcoin dropped as much as 4 per cent to fall to its lowest level since mid-December..
What will technology jobs look like a decade from now?
Individuals will need to upskill to ensure career longevity even as automation takes over certain jobs. Careers in vogue right now may not even exist a decade later. Blockchain, cryptocurrency, robotics and autonomous vehicles —all emerging technologies — will become mainstream over the next decade, requiring thousands of specialists.
Bitcoin's 90,00,000% rise this decade leaves skeptics aghast
The S&P 500 tripled in that period. An index that tracks world markets has more than doubled.
Regulatory curbs may slow Blockchain innovations in India
“The (Indian) regulatory ecosystem is...not (focusing) on decentralised systems like smart contracts, so innovation will not happen at the same pace as in those countries who do allow for experimentation in such aspects of the technology,” said Nitin Sharma, founder of Incrypt Blockchain.
Bitcoin’s purported creator says his fortune may remain locked
Wright is a controversial figure, with many in the cryptocurrency community believing he didn’t invent Bitcoin.
Quantum Leap: End of cash is near, cashless currencies are in vogue
In India, despite the demonetisation scheme in 2016, cash continues to account for over 90% of transactions.
RBI Guv maintains anti-cryptocurrency stance
RBI has held several internal discussions and consulted with other central banks on possibility of launching India’s own digital currency.
After losing $163 million in cryptocurrency, investors call to exhume Quadriga CEO’s body
Cotten died on Dec. 12, 2018 of complications due to Crohn’s disease in Jaipur, India, according to an affidavit from his widow, Jennifer Robertson and a statement of death from the J.A. Snow Funeral Home in Halifax, dated Dec. 12.
Heard of bitcoin's 'halving'? It's set to shake crypto markets in 2020
May, 2020 'halving' would reduce bitcoins being awarded from 12.5 to 6.25.
There’s money you can make selling your DNA. Shivom will help monetise it
Genetic testing centres are selling your DNA to pharma majors to conduct drug development research without your knowledge and the latter is making big bucks. Shivom is working to change that narrative by granting you complete access to your DNA and helping you monetise it.
Policy muddle ruins year 2019 for crypto, blockchain industry
While the government and RBI had shown concern against the proliferation of private digital currencies, their interest on the subject has been lukewarm, said Sathvik Vishwanathan, the CEO of cryptocurrency exchange Unocoin.
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