Privacy concerns trouble even permissioned blockchains, says Dekrypt Capital’s Howard Wu, because without privacy, digital currencies can’t be fungible.
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Bitcoin has come under attack by governments and bankers. We present three different views on what it means for crypto-currencies.
Arthur Hayes explains how revolutionary ideas transform the way societies create and foster new forms of money.
Jame DiBiasio argues that digital currencies are going to end up being taxed – and that is a good thing for the development of crypto-currencies.
Many buy sides are at risk of seeing their top clients such as GIC leap ahead – and win the best new talent.
Kenetic Capital's Jehan Chu discusses his approach to investing in digital assets, the institutionalization of the market, and where the action will be next following China's...
The CEO of BTCC, a Bitcoin exchange in Shanghai, says his vision for the company is to offer traditional banking services.
Standard Chartered's group chief information officer, Michael Gorriz, explains the strategy behind the bank's work with KYC Chain and initiatives such as Singapore's PayNow.
The mining and distribution of Bitcoin comes with a cost hidden to most users.