The non-fungible token (NFT) is the latest tech craze to grip the popular imagination. Here’s how it made one family richer.
Advancements in technology no longer make our lives better. Instead, they waste our time and money. Just look at the tidal wave of distractions around us.
Bitcoin is the undisputed king of the cryptocurrency world. But did you know that there’s a new contender for the crown? Here’s how you could benefit.
As per the cyclical nature of things, the crypto landscape has slowly begun to tip in a warmer direction. It’s not spring yet, but there’s a definite thaw taking place.
Cryptos have seen some positivity recently, and there are quite a few things going on behind the scenes.
Crypto investors flocked to Malta in droves last year for a massive blockchain summit, and it’s fast becoming known as a global crypto hub.
Today, let’s reach out to the fringes of the market…to the untested, novel ideas that may shape our future.
While bitcoin’s price keeps fluctuating, we are seeing more companies and people flowing into blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin.
Any attention that the mainstream has given blockchain has been mostly negative. It’s too new…too radical…too different…and for many, too hard to understand.
Bitcoin is the poster child for the broader crypto world. It is also one of the most inaccurately reported topics I’ve ever seen. But it’s pretty easy to sift through the BS.
As a self-admitted economist, I know just how powerful jargon can be. Today I want to clear up some of the jargon-related confusion that surrounds blockchain.
Slowly, blockchain is starting to filter into our financial life. There is a lot of investment going into blockchain projects.
The Lead the Future event focused on the topic of the blockchain and the potential it holds for Kiwi businesses.
Cryptocurrencies exploded in 2017. Yet cryptos haven’t done that well in 2018. Is the crypto revolution over?