A Coinbase user with the pseudonym “shubh” has published a post in his blog describing what he calls a “major security flaw”. After reddit exploded with comments and reposts developers made their official statement on the issue, insisting that this is a feature rather than a flaw.
A very detailed 31-page report has been released by UBS detailing the banks’ opportunity to implement Bitcoin into their system to make use of its technology, which was previously considered a bank-killer.
Andreessen Horowitz (AH) is a name that is usually whispered with awe in the cryptocommunity and not without a reason. Since the beginning of the last year the venture company has threw approximately $50 million into cryptocurrency related products.
Philippines positively differ from other Asian countries in their relationship towards cryptocurrencies and implementation of Bitcoin payments into the MetroDeal and CashCashPinoy checkouts is a proof of that.
We just can’t catch up with BitPay, only yesterday we wrote about service’s new HQ in Argentina and a fresh press release it became known about two new offices, one in New York and another in San Francisco.
After Fortress Investment Group LLC filed its report for the Securities and Exchange Commission for the year 2013, it a loss of $3,7 million have been uncovered due to the vast investment into Bitcoin. However, it seems like they do not regard it as loss.
Even though the Gulf countries do not appreciate the Bitcoin arrival on the market and still regard it untrustworthy, Pizza Guys company from Dubai has decided to take the first step towards cryptocurrency in United Arab Emirates.
The respected company that decided to shake hands with progress is Wedbush Securities (WS). The institution have been closely following the digital coin since the blindingly fast elevation of its price in the late November 2013.
While many regard the recent blows that Bitcoin has suffered a sign of an inevitable death, there are those, who do believe in “what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger” motto. Among these optimists is Peter Tasca the CEO of Laureate Trust.