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With 2016 marking four years since the last halving, what FinTech companies should we look out for in the years ahead?
Quantum computing can change the world and destroy Bitcoin within a matter of minutes.
CoinTelegraph landed at MoneyConf in Madrid to have insightful chats with key players from the world of fintech.
CoinTelegraph offers a glimpse into the world of tomorrow of leading consortiums in financial markets.
Bitcoin Future: When GBPcoin of Branson Wins Over USDcoin of Trump.
Westerners are funny people. Westerners have never experienced currency devaluation, EVER! “The Almighty Dollar” has ruled the world their entire lives.
Although nobody knows for certain what the future holds for the cryptocurrency industry as a whole, it is almost unanimous among pundits and prognosticators that the Blockchain technology is here to stay.
The Dutch National Bitcoin Congress was held on June 24 and attended by bankers who appear to be enthusiastic about the blockchain.
Here are fifteen reasons why the future of money is changing due to the technological innovations of Bitcoin.
Are you ready for a revolution? You might have just missed it. The digital payment revolution may have already changed the world, as cash may be the odd currency out.
Optimism. This is something that Bitcoin enthusiasts have been world-renowned for.
Fresh Bitcoin start-up Zebpay recently held their launch event called “The Future of Money” in Ahmedabad on March 19, 2015.
Roger Ver, Bitcoin's first angel investor, spoke to a big crowd on May 29 at the Pioneers Festival at Hofburg Imperial Palace, Vienna, where he said that he believes it's not too late to invest in Bitcoin.
“The Future of Financial Services,” a 178-page report released on June 30 by the World Economic Forum, explains one of the greatest advantages of FinTech firms.
Every market niche has a great orator. Joel Osteen within religion, Alex Jones for geopolitics, and Bitcoin has Andreas Antonopoulos
Torsten Hoffmann's “Bitcoin: The End Of Money As We Know It” was released on several video-on-demand platforms today.
Five years ago, the notion of paying for items via your smartphone was seen as something of a novelty.
What do Bitcoin and Sharia have in common? The Bank of England. In a surprise U-turn, the UK central bank has altered its stance on Bitcoin, publishing a report in support of digital currencies which it says “may reshape the mechanisms for making secure payments.”
CoinTelegraph continues in-depth coverage from Bitcoin2014 Amsterdam.
First, people came up with the idea of seasteading in order to challenge laws of jurisdiction and protect themselves and their property from government. Now a group of developers has come up with a similar idea, but in space, and for cryptocurrencies—a plan called Space Vault.
Last month, I hit upon the first fifteen ways Bitcoin is changing how money works worldwide. It turns out that was just the beginning, as Bitcoin is a concept of few limits and compromises and many empowering capabilities.
South Koreans get a first look at Samsung’s new mobile payment solution, P2P lending company BLender secures new funding and more top stories from this week in FinTech.
A survey conducted in Australia has uncovered that at least 1 in 3 citizens would ditch their bank for digital currency such as Bitcoin and other innovative financial services technologies.
The proliferation of cryptocurrency trading has resulted in trading tools to suit everyone. Now ToshiDesk is attempting to provide trading that includes a social aspect
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