Cambridge University has put out a comprehensive 114-page study on cryptocurrencies that digs deep into empirical data of the digital currency world as it appears across the globe.
Key highlights of the study include the number of users and wallets, the burgeoning cryptocurrency industry sectors and the impact the technology is having, as well as interesting information about exchanges, payments and mining.
More than $1.8 billion has been raised in "initial coin offerings" this year, much of it by companies you have never heard of. There's an ICO to build the largest aquarium in the world, for instance. And one for prostitution.
This time we caught up with Nicolas Buck, CEO of SEQVOIA, a fund document management software platform, nominated at the European Fintech Awards 2017.
China’s decision to freeze fundraising through initial coin offerings continues to roil markets, but the regulatory decision may not be as controversial as the response from the bitcoin community would lead observers to believe.
For a refugee in a new country, identity—at least in the official sense—can be among the hardest things to recover. And without an official ID it is nearly impossible to advance in society.
Finland, which like many European nations has recently seen a large influx of asylum seekers, is using a cryptographic ledger called blockchain to help them get on their feet faster.