Central banks are now taking digital currencies seriously, and the EU is exploring the idea. While an “e-euro” could increase monetary security and stability, the venture is not without risks.
It needs to be treated like the new class of assets that it is.
The new UK white paper reforming the gambling laws for the digital age says nothing about one of the most concerning new developments in this field in the past 20 years.
Web3 has become a catch-all term for the next iteration of the internet. But what does it mean exactly?
The UK economy could benefit from a digital pound, but is there a role for crypto?
There’s much excitement among bitcoiners right now – but are they about to be disappointed?
An expert in the field of cryptocurrencies answers the question: Is crypto really here to stay or is it just a fad?
It may not be possible to avert a a cryptocurrency crisis, but it can be contained.
Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery? Maybe. When good ideas prosper, so do replicas, diluting the power of original thinking.
The licence didn’t extend to trading in cryptocurrenices, and had been granted to a firm FTX took over, rather than FTX itself.
Cryptocurrency exchanges like FTX aren’t safe. Here’s what every crypto investor needs to know.
Creators of NFT art are organizing themselves into new art scenes, but they are still searching for cultural legitimacy while museums remain skittish.
Despite a recent crash in value, universities are using cryptocurrencies for a variety of purposes and reasons.
Individuals, businesses and organisations around the world have felt the ripples – sometimes waves – from the FTX crash. Kim Jong-un is likely feeling them too.
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, his on-and-off girlfriend, Caroline Ellison, and others involved in the company were reportedly in a polycule together.
Even though some traditional financial firms parked millions in the bankrupt company – once valued at $30 billion – the impact of FTX’s spectacular crash is limited to crypto investors
The founder of the now-defunct exchange for trading cryptocurrencies believed in ‘earning to give.’
The rise of decentralised exchanges and growing regulatory pressure could strengthen crypto.
As criminals become more indiscriminate, anyone can fall for a scam – even you. But there are ways to stay vigilant and seek help.
Stand by for more drama in the days ahead.