Lawyers want virtual currencies to be treated differently from securities, while the Securities and Exchange Commission believes otherwise.
Blockchain and cryptocurrency have taken business and finance by storm, and the European Parliament has secured a resolution to regulate the technology.
Blockchain auditing firms, surveillance of crypto market crime and solid core processes can be better investment options than Bitcoin.
Bitcoin works via blockchain technology wherein the purchase of digital coins from one member is echoed to the rest who belong on the same network.
Cardano tries to solve its Proof-of-Stake dilemma with Proof-of-Work, which rewards miners with access to a validated ledger.
The Morgan Stanley study also stated that Malta has the biggest cryptocurrency trading volume worldwide.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett expressed his disapproval with Bitcoin, attributing it to speculative trading.
As cryptocurrencies become commonplace for business and finances, central banks are buying into them. Should retail investors follow suit?
Last April, the 17 millionth bitcoin was mined, adding another milestone for the said cryptocurrency.
Has Bitcoin truly redefined finance and commerce through its digital banking system? Is it the future and the new face of fiat money?