When my real estate agent told me that my house needed "a staging," I pictured a tough love AA-type intervention, with close friends gathering round t...
By Ulf Gartzke and Steve Ehrlich [Image via Shutterstock] European financial regulators just took a positive step to engage directly ...
Scheming sweethearts are starting to take advantage of this phenomenon. By hiding their funds in Bitcoin, their money becomes undetectable and they can conceal their wealth in an unregulated format.
Through recent conversations with various friends and colleagues, it has become apparent that Bitcoin is somewhat of a mystery to the majority of the population. The common query, even among seasoned investors, is inevitably, "What is Bitcoin?"
The evidence is beginning to pile up. Evidence for eventual full recognition of Bitcoin as an alternative payment system. Take a look at this list of recent events.
It's an exciting time for people working on products and services that bring years of research to consumers. I am looking forward to seeing the evolution of digital identity in the near future, and how technologies, such as Bitcoin, will influence its development.
I'd like to propose a digital currency that acts to balance the playing field. Start with bitcoin and let's make a few modifications.
There is no doubt that anonymity -- or even perceived-anonymity -- is an incredibly powerful tool on the Internet. When it comes to achieving anonymity online, it is incredibly difficult for the savvy Dark Web user and near-impossible for the casual user.
Square Marketplace, an online storefront that includes items from merchants around the world, now accepts Bitcoin as payment for every transaction. An...
Despite all the misinformation, resistance and doomsday prognostication along the way, Bitcoin has and will continue to defiantly weather the storm.
You would have to have been holed up in a cave somewhere over the last few years to miss out on all the media attention to Bitcoin. Bitcoin this, Bitc...
I am what many would consider a successful entrepreneur, and like most successful entrepreneurs, I am not done. I have that need, desire, drive, urge, maybe even frustration -- call it what you want; it is always there.
Suey Park is the Bitcoin of activism. Her hashtag movements are a digital phenomenon. Her value is determined by how much others buy into her. The lack of institutional backing allows her to disrupt the status quo. And just like digital currencies, hashtag activism is vulnerable to shadowy intrigues and corrupting influences.
Even as the currency's potential suffered a blow following the collapse of Mt. Gox, some early adopters in the travel and sports industries are still bullish about the value of this new way of doing business.
Bitcoin transactions, unlike credit card purchases, are irreversible. If you buy merchandise with bitcoins and the merchant fails to deliver, that money is now securely in his hands. There will be no third party company to go to bat for you
Bitcoin enthusiasts today are very much recreating the digital equivalent of the California Gold Rush. The currency is the answer to all our modern day problems, they claim. I hear all that. It is still a rerun, because it is human.