Brexit has degraded into a crisis of faith in the legitimacy of the democratic process. In a world of outdated systems, blockchain tech presents the most realistic chances of recovery. For European readers in particular, Brexit has been an ever-present poltergeist in the headlines now for what seems like forever. Each week that goes by, … Continue reading Brexit: The Case for Blockchain
The bitcoin price in USD – or whatever your local currency is – is not the point when we’re talking about the world’s future reserve currency. Last week we finally saw positive movement in the markets, the likes of which perhaps a few of the more doubting among us thought was consigned to the crypto … Continue reading Hyperbitcoinisation: Is the Bitcoin Price a Useless Valuation?
The volume of bitcoin searches on the world’s largest search engine has spiked along with this week’s price, with the site recording the highest in 6 months. The bitcoin price isn’t the only thing spiking this week it seems, as data from Google’s trend analytics shows that bitcoin is currently at its most-searched since November … Continue reading Google It: Bitcoin Searches Highest Since November on Google
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a no-action letter confirming TurnKey Jet’s ICO tokens (TKJ) are not securities. In a positive move for largely unknown jet-leasing start-up TurnKey Jet, the SEC has released a letter in which it states that the tokens the firm issues during its initial coin offering are … Continue reading SEC Ruling on TurnKey Jet: ICO Tokens Not Securities, New Digital Currency Framework?