Samuel Haig is a journalist who has been completely obsessed with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency since 2012. Samuel lives in Tasmania, Australia, where he attended the University of Tasmania and majored in political science and journalism, media and communications. Samuel has written about the dialectics of decentralization and is also a kangaroo riding enthusiast.
With the class-action lawsuit against Tezos likely to soon end in a $25 million settlement, ICO participants are encouraged to submit claims by Oct. 16.
US Investors in Tezos’s 2017 ICO May Be Eligible for $25M Settlement
From today onwards, Canadian firms operating with virtual currencies will be legally recognized as Money Service Businesses.
Cryptocurrency Firms Now Recognized as Money Service Businesses in Canada
Venezuelan petrol stations now support the state-issued Petro cryptocurrencies, however, the rollout comes amid an aggressive adjustment to the country’s petrol...
Venezuela Raises Petrol Prices, Mandates Support for Petro at Gas Stations
Despite beginning its mainnet rollout today, the price of Matic has fallen 20% in 48 hours — shedding nearly all gains made during the week leading into the lau...
Matic's Price Crumbles 20% Amid Mainnet Launch
The co-founder of pioneering crypto wallet BRD attributes his company’s Venezuelan success to local demand for crypto driven by failing monetary policy.
Failing Monetary Policy Boosts BreadWallet’s Popularity in Venezuela, Says CEO
The CEO of Kingdom Trust, a Bitcoin-friendly custodian managing more than $13 billion in assets, believes Bitcoin comprises a digital realization of Austrian ec...
Kingdom Trust CEO Says Bitcoin Is Digital Manifestation of Austrian Economics
The operator of an alleged seven-figure crypto scam appears to have fled the country of South Africa for Mozambique.
Operator of Alleged Crypto Scam Flees South Africa for Mozambique