Tag Archives: Blockchain

07Sep/20

Learning is Earning: Bithumb Global’s Visionary Aim Behind BG Learning

Keeping in sync with its drive for change, Bithumb Global has launched BG Learning—a platform that aims to enable new investors to learn more about specific projects before investing in them. To spice up the entire process, the platform has introduced a reward system that incentivizes participants with project tokens for their progress. With BG Learning, the platform has yet again proven its penchant for making blockchain easier and more lucrative for those who want to invest in it but are always held back due to the lack of knowledge. It is filling this gap now through the BG Learning platform which would reward users for learning. Read more

13Nov/17

Think bitcoin’s getting expensive? Try Zimbabwe

With Zimbabwe under threat of cash shortages and hyperinflation, some are turning to highly-volatile cryptocurrencies like bitcoin as a safer haven for their money. Matthew Larotonda reports. Continue reading

30Oct/17

Siberian entrepreneurs mine bitcoins to heat private house

IRKUTSK, RUSSIA (REUTERS) – Cheap energy prices and a long winter season could make the Russian Siberian town of Irkutsk an ideal spot for eco-friendly bitcoin mining.
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24Oct/17

Swell by Ripple Brings the Future to Toronto

Last week, Ripple hosted Swell in Toronto which provided a forum for leaders in banking and blockchain to meet, network and hear from the likes of Dr. Ben Bernanke and Sir Tim Berners Lee. In case you missed the livestream, recorded sessions can be viewed here.

05Sep/17

Cheap electricity makes Siberian city of Irkutsk the Russian capital of bitcoin mining

IRKUTSK, RUSSIA (RECENT – AUGUST 31, 2017) (REUTERS) – Russian Siberian city of Irkutsk has recently seen increased interest in crypto-currency mining due to the cheep energy prices in the region. Continue reading

24Jul/17

VCs lust for initial coin offerings

U.S. venture capital firms are lining up for a piece of the digital currency market but some of the hot tech startups don’t need their money. Chris Dignam reports. Continue reading