Bitcoin has reached yet another milestone in its recent rally.
Michael J. Casey is the chairman of CoinDesk’s advisory board and a senior advisor for blockchain research at MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative.
China is reportedly leading the world in the number of blockchain projects currently underway in the country, Chinese English-language news daily China.org.cn reports on April 2.
In the aftermath of the college admissions scandal, some have asked what is the IRR on investing up to $1.2 million in a Yale education.
After breaking decisively above the important resistance level of $4,100 yesterday, Bitcoin (BTC) has continued to climb and is now nearing its next key resistance level of $4,200 that has proven to be incredibly strong over the past month.
Compared to just a year ago, The Wall Street Journal reports on March 31, 2019, that ICOs are raising 58 times less money due to tighter restrictions and unprofitable token launches.
Chinese blockchain entrepreneurs received far more job applications than they needed to fill positions over the past year.
Industries are stepping up efforts in blockchain technology to serve the real economy, even though the global cryptocurrency market could be facing tough times.
Money laundering accounts for up to 5% of global GDP – or $2tn (£1.5tn) – every year.
British financial technology company Revolut has been in the news frequently in recent months.