Future Tech And Its Transformative Potential: Rafal Szymanski’s Expert Take

Rafal Szymanski dives deeper into future tech such as AI, virtual reality, augmented reality, and, of course, blockchain, and explains how they are already proving their worth. Virtual Reality: A Paradigm Shift So far, our overall experience with the world of internet has been two-dimensional at best. The closest we’ve come to interact with this […]

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The SEC Wants to Engage the Crypto Community through FinHub

The launch of FinHub shows that the US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) is increasingly focusing on 4th Industrial Revolution technologies. Among these technologies, Bitcoin and artificial intelligence (AI) continues to enjoy prominence. Crypto Enthusiasts Can Engage the SEC through FinHub On October 18, 2018, the SEC launched the Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub) to […]

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Increasing Number of Nations Are Competing to Be the Most Bitcoin-Friendly

Several countries are racing to become the world capital of cryptocurrency technologies. Bermuda, Gibraltar, and Malta are now competing with France to lure cryptocurrency companies to establish headquarters in their respective capitals. Advancing Initiatives to Expedite the Growth of the Crypto Industry Tax havens and business paradises such as Bermuda, Gibraltar, Liechtenstein, and Malta are […]

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Fintech Powerhouse NAGA Partners Up with Hamburg SV

Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies continue to move into the world of professional sports with the latest announcement that NAGA has partnered up with Hamburg SV. Mutual Benefit, Mutual Learning NAGA — a diverse and extensive cryptocurrency ecosystem focusing on social trading, virtual assets and cryptocurrencies — has announced its support for HSV Fußball AG for […]

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South Korea’s Financial Services Commission Announces Creation of Cryptocurrency Division

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission recently announced a “major organizational reshuffle” to help protect consumers and adapt to changing financial innovations. Part of the reorganization includes a new division to oversee the cryptocurrency sector. The government of South Korea has taken a relatively careful and considered approach towards cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology over the last […]

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Coinbase Responds to Criticism: Set to Open New Portland Office with Focus on Customer Service

Following a barrage of heavy criticism for being widely underprepared in terms of customer service, Coinbase is set to open a new office in Portland that will be focused largely on customer support, compliance, finance, IT, and HR. Failing Customer Support Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the US, has been the object of heavy […]

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Monster Inc. Desperately Launching $300 Million ICO

Matthew Hrones · June 4, 2018 · 5:00 am Monster Inc, the company which notoriously lost out on Beats By Dre headphones, is planning on launching its very own cryptocurrency. The offering is slated to be called the “Monster Money Token,” according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Monster also plans on revamping […]

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The Crypto Compromise: Learning to Love the Corporate Culture

Antonio Grumser · May 20, 2018 · 10:00 am If crypto startups want to distinguish themselves amidst the crowd of similar companies, they will need to re-think their partnerships. Although Wall Street is the source of critique from crypto-evangelists fighting the centralized system, it is also home to the power and capital that they need. […]

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