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Since Xi Jinping called it a core technology in 2019, blockchain has been driving change across China’s ports, cities, and grasslands. Forkast.News with support from the Judith Neilson Institute’s Asian Stories project explores how blockchain and China’s Blockchain-based Service Network is defining today how it could be used tomorrow.
For the first time, Bitcoin can now be used in everyday life in South Korea. According to Danal Fintech Monday,… customers can now pay with Bitcoin by converting it into South Korea’s digital currency Paycoin, using its app. It’s accepted in more than 70-thousand stores,… including CU, 7-Eleven, Holly’s Coffee and Kyobo Book Store. Danal […]
The world’s largest ever bitcoin transaction has just taken place, with just over $1 billion (£802 million) worth of cryptocurrency transferred between accounts. The single transaction of 94,504 bitcoins represents around 0.5 per cent of all bitcoins currently in existence, and it has left analysts confused by who made it and for what purpose.
When bitcoin’s price skyrocketed last year, suddenly a bunch of people wanted to get in on the action but didn’t know how. But the currency’s shady origins and digital only echo-system isolated it from a whole swath of interested investors. Soon start-ups set about trying to bridge the gap between the digital and physical world, […]
Venezuela formally launches its new oil-backed cryptocurrency in an unconventional bid to haul itself out of a deepening economic crisis. The leftist Caracas government puts 38.4 million units of the world’s first state-backed digital currency, the Petro, on private pre-sale from the early hours.
It’s the premium that comes and goes — what is the (in)famous Kimchi Premium? Our brand-new ké radar videos kick off with staff writer Raphael Rashid explaining the ins and outs of South Korea’s volatile cryptocurrency market (and regulations).
It’s been described as a bubble about to burst, a way of laundering money and also as the future of finance. At the World Economic Forum’s meeting in Switzerland this week, the spotlight fell on digital currencies like Bitcoin, and the technology on which they are built. Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports from Davos.
By Dunca Stewart, Director of Research at Deloitte Canada “Where The Boys Are” isn’t just a great Connie Francis song. It’s also a breathtakingly accurate description of who invests in cryptocurrencies. The chart above shows that as of this week, more than 24 out every 25 people engaging in Bitcoin is male. That 3.4% is […]