A few months left until the world’s most popular sports event - the Football World Cup. This time it takes place in Russia, where one of the hosting cities, Kaliningrad, is offering cryptocurrency payments for hotel rooms. There will be only four matches played in Kaliningrad on June 16, 22, 25 and 28th but what … Continue reading Football World Cup Kicking the Crypto Way
John McAfee is an adventurous software tycoon, with a crazy past. It is no surprise that he is a cryptocurrency enthusiast, considering his risk taking and business building skills. McAfee does not sugarcoat his information and has recently revealed that he charges $105,000 for every tweet to promote digital coins or initial coin offerings (ICO). McAfee … Continue reading The McAfee Effect
The innovative co-founder of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin has proposed something, what seemed to be a shock to the cryptocurrency world – to limit Ethereum’s production. The proposed number was 120,204,432, twice the amount originally sold in 2014, which was exactly 60,102,216. Vitalik made the announcement on GitHub, a forum for developers on April 1. This updated … Continue reading Ethereum to be Capped at 120 Million?
The email-based marketing platform that allows its users to run email advertising campaigns has joined other big names such as Facebook, Twitter and Google in imposing a ban on crypto-related ads. The ban will come into effect on April 30th, however, the company states that this is not a total ban as, “Cryptocurrency-related information isn’t … Continue reading MailChimp Follows Suit to Ban Cryptocurrency-related Ads and Emails