As the largest economic powers in the world vie for power, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are leaving the petrodollar increasingly vulnerable
As Zimbabwe moves closer to another financial meltdown, many citizens are turning to bitcoin in search of a solution to their financial woes
With an abundance of coal it can’t sell and a strong appetite for bitcoin, could Kim Jong-Un be experimenting with a new form of mining?
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Combating the ongoing volatility, bitcoin as a payment option is steadily gaining steam among retailers, merchants, mega-corporations, and now, the art world
The blockchain race is on, and the fintech sector is leading the charge. But other industries are looking to utilize the technology as well. Some have even realized that it can change the way we govern ourselves, or provide assistance to refugees in need.