Bitcoin 10 years

October 2018 in Crypto | Monthly News Roundup

Exactly ten years ago–on October 31, 2008–Satoshi Nakamoto published the first Bitcoin whitepaper, which launched the cryptocurrency revolution. Nobody actually knows who Satoshi is (they used a pseudonym), but the impact of the Bitcoin idea has been transformational. Ten years later, let’s take a look at what’s been happening this past month in the cryptocurrency…

Fidelity Crypto

Fidelity and Bitcoin: A Process of Cryptocurrency Adoption Since 2014

Since 2014, Fidelity Investments has been on the cutting edge of cryptocurrency research and insight. Fidelity’s investment into blockchain and digital assets makes the firm unique among its institutional peers as a leader of this technological revolution. It even has an entire department — Fidelity Digital Assets — dedicated to providing institutional-grade digital asset solutions.…

Woman in cryptocurrency industry

[Guide] Women in Blockchain and Crypto

Women are currently underrepresented in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. But this trend may be changing. Furthermore, many women have already made significant contributions to blockchain innovation. BitIRA has put together a guide, “Women in Cryptocurrency and Blockchain“, that describes the challenges faced today, progress that has already been made, and recommendations for how female…

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Cryptocurrency Insurance Guide

Almost every month, a major cryptocurrency theft makes headlines. In January 2018, for instance, hackers stole $534 million worth of digital coins from the crypto exchange Coincheck. Nevertheless, the crypto market grows and develops unabated. These conditions make the space a natural environment for insurance companies to offer their services. Several large insurance companies have…

Ripple and blockchain

New Blockchain Coalition Will Lobby Washington to Support Crypto

Ripple has teamed up with several notable crypto startups in an attempt to broker greater support for cryptocurrencies among U.S. lawmakers, reports Cointelegraph. The San Francisco-based group, called Securing America’s Internet of Value Coalition, will look to achieve this by raising the issue with different government bodies and agencies, including Congress, the Securities and Exchange…