Maybe you’ve heard ‘Libra’ in the news recently? It’s a crypto, created by Facebook and backed by many more billion-dollar companies, which could be the first step towards a new form of money.
Each year, anyone can bid for a three-hour lunch with the Oracle. This year, the lunch with Warren was worth US$4.6 million to someone…That someone was crypto tycoon, Justin Sun.
On 14 January 2019, an unknown person or group of people successfully hacked the digital vault of a Christchurch-based cryptocurrency exchange, Cryptopia.
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.
Bitcoin is a scarce resource. You’d do well to have and hold at least one whole one.
When you talk about ‘crypto’ to the uninformed mainstream, many are instantly dismissive of these ‘magic beans’, ‘tulips’ or ‘pretend internet money’. But boy are they wrong.
If you keep tabs on bitcoin or have had some loose coins rattling about in your digital wallet, then you’d have been pleased to see that cryptocurrencies are enjoying a resurgence.
Forum chat is about as effective a use of time as Facebook or digging a mud hole in the rain. Nowhere is this more evident than in the world of cryptocurrency.
With bitcoin, we believed it would go mainstream. An alternative to fiat currency that could hold its value like gold. This was an idealistic dream.
Casino gambling isn’t something we’re a big fan of. But it’s interesting that such a risky activity is still being played out in this new wave of cryptocurrency.
The truth is there are a number of things happening in the world now to be worried about. But you can’t let it get you too down. What’s easy to forget is the wonderful opportunities that still exist for people.
Cryptocurrencies took the world by storm in 2017. But since early 2018, the price of most cryptocurrencies has been in a steep retreat. Including the crypto granddaddy — bitcoin.
There’s a crypto project called Decentraland. The premise is quite simple, it’s a virtual world which consists of 10s of thousands of parcels of virtual land.
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.