The change in the price of crypto-currencies, like Bitcoin, and other crypto-assets are due to investors realising the value.
While the current speculation in crypto-currency and assets should make us pause, this is not a speculative driven bubble like tulips, or gold mining stocks.
Cryptocurrencies are still the only usecase for the blockchain.
The blockchain has been successful when it comes to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, but we haven't yet figured out other uses.
Many bitcoins equals a heavy environmental burden.
The digital world is taking more and more space in our lives... and dramatically increasing electrical use. It’s a serious problem given the urgent need fight climate change.
NHS data is being held to ransom by criminals. This the mother of all wake-up calls.
Blockchain is an exciting technology, but for it to go mainstream governments must be able to regulate it.
Laws cannot keep pace with technological advances – but that may not be a bad thing.
Creating a bitcoin ETF won’t suddenly make it safe.
Money is pouring into exchange traded funds, but making a bitcoin one isn't necessarily a good idea.
The Internet of Things offers great opportunities for Africa.
The new Internet of Things has the potential to compensate for Africa's legacies of underdevelopment.
Today’s advertising executives must get familiar with new technology like Bitcoin and blockchain before they are left behind.
The blockchain isn't just for Bitcoin transactions. Advertisers can no longer ignore blockchain's huge implications for the world of marketing.
The cryptocurrency is now starting to challenge gold as the investment of choice.
The physicality of gold is both a plus and a minus.
New financial innovations and products are constantly being touted as the safe haven of the future. But physical gold has properties that will cause it to stick around.
Where our money comes from is deeply political and the politics involved is often highly complex.
Watt a good idea.
Many believe we can stabilise the power supply by asking customers to help - but there's a problem.
ASX took a wrong bet with Blockchain.
What a difference a year makes. In January 2016, ASX was bathing in the warm glow of having been acclaimed by Blythe Masters, an American super saleswoman and head of a Blockchain start-up called Digital…
Ensuring trust in digital records and transactions is hard; the blockchain is an important solution.
The transaction system underlying the bitcoin network has far broader uses than easing financial transfers – including identifying people and tracking property ownership.
Once trust in blockchain is broken, it will be hard to get back.
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Chaos happens when 'smart' contracts act stupidly.
The blockchain is software that stores and transfers value or data across the internet.
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Multiple use cases for the blockchain are currently being tested, so it's worth learning the basics.
Bitcoin, blockchain and automatic royalty payments could transform how musicians earn.
Try to make this the only time you see a ransomware warning notice.
Ransomware – which encrypts your files and offers to sell you the key – operates differently from other malicious software. Those differences turn out to give potential victims a fighting chance.
The DAO is so democratic that even the logo is up for popular vote. Here’s one suggested option.
Distributed autonomous organisations, or DAO, are a new form of decentralised organisation using blockchain technology. The DAO is first off the block, and it's already making waves.
The distributed nature of blockchain networks make them useful for many applications.
While Bitcoin gets all the attention, the blockchain technology it's based on could have applications across business and government.