Thank you, I've already joined Cointelegraph on Facebook!
Receive all Cointelegraph news immediately in Telegram.
Max Keiser discusses raising over US$1.5 million, who the number one basher of Bitcoin is, and why bankers’ arrests are needed if he becomes the economic advisor to the Mayor of London.
NSA whistleblower and American fugitive Edward Snowden has revealed information on the scope and capabilities of the United Kingdom’s GCHQ intelligence agency.
Bitcoin Foundation Ukraine and KUNA Bitcoin Agency are expected to announce a Ukrainian blockchain project to set up an e-governance system in Odessa, Ukraine.
The NSA has been spying on politicians and common citizens, domestically and abroad, for decades now
Eris Industries, which develops software that allows anyone to build secure, low-cost data infrastructure using blockchain and smart contract technology, has ordered all its staff to depart the United Kingdom
For updates and exclusive offers,
enter your e-mail below.
Kim Dotcom, the superstar entrepreneur and labeled by Wired as the “Internet's most wanted man” (before Snowden), has been allowed to regain a decent portion of his war chest, from funds seized by the New Zealand government.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spoke about the resurgence of the platform.
Bitcointalk administrator “theymos,” aka Michael Marquadt announced that the government has subpoenaed the site for access to PMs relating to the much maligned mining company Butterfly Labs.
Sir Mark Walport recommends using Blockchain technology to get the biggest possible benefits for the United Kingdom.
There have been many smaller mainstream uses of the public recording infor-mation into Bitcoin’s Blockchain.
According to a document tweeted by Bitoasis co-founder Ola Doudin, the Tunisian Ministry of Technologies of Digital Communication and Economy is looking for a Bitcoin intern.
Mt. Gox. The collapse. The official story goes that it was hacked many times, starting in 2011.
The Canadian Senate has decided to protect Bitcoin from massive government regulation opting to approach the new technology with “a light regulatory touch – almost a hands-off approach.”
Leading global bank Citi has called on the government of the United Kingdom (UK) to adopt a digital form of legal tender to reduce the cost of moving money, increase consumer spending and add greater liquidity to the market.
CoinTelegraph highlights some recent events overlooked by the Bitcoin industry that immediately precipitated the announcement including an FBI “playbook” and European seizure survey.
The British Library recently conducted a survey with about 3,000 participants with the purpose of creating a digital “Magna Carta” for the Internet age.
The UK government announced a US$14.6 million research fund to look into opportunities in digital currencies.
The Chinese government along with its Central Bank have taken extraordi-nary measures to halt the free-fall of its stock markets.
The city of Kingston upon Hull located in the United Kingdom has released its plans to unveil a new cryptocurrency: Hullcoin.
No sane person can deny the many benefits of cryptocurrency compared to fiat, and certainly the government can’t deny them, either. The age of e-money seems to be taking off.
MasterCard has rolled out facial recognition “selfie payments” across Europe, as privacy-centric cryptocurrencies push in the opposite direction towards anonymity.
As the total debt of the US federal government surpassed it’s all time high record with $19,659,460,647,160.83. Bitcoin is proving to be one of the very few alternatives for financial protection.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority issued a warning against OneCoin.
In South Africa, any merchant who accepts credit card or bank payments through PayFast can also accept Bitcoin payments.
Edward Snowden came out full force against Google’s new encrypted messaging app Allo, saying that the government will be able to read every word.
Poloniex just brought service to New Hampshire to a screeching halt, suspending all accounts in that region due to changes in government regulation.
In a stunning display of censorship, a hidden camera revealed that YouTube threatened a French blogger not to ask tough questions of the European Commission President during an interview.
The future of money does not include paper, and here are four reasons why digital currencies will become your official national currency.
In 2016, Blockchain technology is explored by governments more and more. But bureaucracy remains a key factor in how soon this disruptive technology will become adopted.
Despite the government’s friendly regulations, the Japanese Bitcoin infrastructure remains imperfect in comparison to other East Asian countries, including South Korea and Taiwan.
The heads of the world’s biggest central banks need help fixing the economy. Instead of asking for more government control, is Bitcoin a better alternative?
Can the blockchain be used to revolutionize word-of-mouth and community reputation, allowing a peer-to-peer substitute for governmental legal systems?
Developer who claims Ethereum’s idea was stolen from him plans an ICO to win.
National debt and central banking slowly drain people of wealth. What if, instead of national debt, we were able to use cryptocurrency to give people equity?
The Department of Work and Pensions has announced the developing and testing of blockchain technology to keep track of welfare benefits.
In its war against online gambling, Russian authorities are now targeting major online payment services.Qiwi and Skrill.
Want privacy online? Are you a Linux enthusiast? The NSA may have already classified you as an extremist.
Blocksafe Network has launched a crowdsale to build the first Blockchain-based system for gun authentication.
Will cryptocurrencies sound the death knell of the modern nation-state?
Pop legend Prince left behind $300 million, and half of that will go to the government. He could have avoided losing much of his financial legacy by using Bitcoin instead.
Interview with business owners on the pros and cons of using Bitcoin for both traditional businesses and black market operations.
After Rand Paul became the first major presidential candidate to accept bitcoin, some users theorized that the move could be used by his opponents to attack him.
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne is expected to announce the government's digital currency plans following the new budget.
Today, the UK government has published a report on digital privacy supporting the compulsory mass collection of data for both domestic and “extra-territorial” web traffic.
You registration completed successfully.
Confirmation email sent to email address provided.