Tight job market suggests crypto is here to stay — in one chart

As pundits debate the long-term sustainability of cryptocurrencies and blockchain, the distributed ledger technology that cryptocurrencies operate on, employment openings show that the opaque industry is anything but a passing fad. Analysis from Glassdoor, an online website where employees can

Your Alma Mater Wants Your Donation—Just Not in Bitcoin

If you’ve invested in Bitcoin and want to share the cryptocurrency with your alma mater for a donation, you might face some trouble. According to a new report from Bloomberg, the University of Puget Sound is believed to be the

Universities Are Reluctant to Accept Crypto Donations

The vast majority of colleges are still very uncomfortable with accepting cryptocurrency donations. This mindset might not change anytime soon amid concerns about volatility and taxation. Cryptocurrency and blockchain are still hot discussion topics across many university campuses, despite turbulent

Ransomware Overtakes Cryptojacking as Cybercriminals’ Favorite Weapon

Malwarebytes says ransomware attacks are the current favorite method of crypto hackers and cybercriminals. The cybersecurity outfit believes the continued decline in cryptocurrency prices, as well as the ease of detecting cryptojacking exploits, is the reason for the swing towards

Over 100,000 ATMs Now Let You Buy Bitcoin With a Debit Card in the U.S.

Debit card Bitcoin purchase via regular ATMs are now a reality in the United States. This development foregrounds the recent partnership between Genmega and LibertyX. The collaboration allows people to buy Bitcoin from numerous cash machines using their debit cards.

Inheritance That Can be Lost Forever

Finance If you are a young fortune-hunter toiling away on a computer in a basement, the prospect of death probably isn’t among your top considerations. Equally, if the main draw to crypto is its relative privacy, you may not be

The Problem With ‘Sustainable Journalism’ Platform Civil

ConsenSys backed “sustainable journalism” marketplace Civil isn’t raising as much as it had hoped in its ICO. Civil’s ambitious plans have been picked apart by, you guessed it,  journalists. Free Press or Censorship Civil’s approach to revolutionizing journalism has been

Micropayments: Bringing Cryptocurrencies Into Everyday Life

Op-Ed The following post about micropayments was written by Dmytro Spilka. He is the CEO at Solvid and founder of Pridicto, a web analytics startup that uses AI and Machine Learning to forecast web traffic, monitor vital metrics, and set visual

‘Nurture Productive Aspects Of Cryptocurrency,’ US Presidential Hopeful Tells Senate

The US senator and potential presidential contender who suggested cryptocurrency “hurt” American families repeated concerns about the industry on October 11, saying it was “easy to steal.” Warren Argues For Consumer Protection ‘Balance’ In a Senate Banking Committee hearing, Elizabeth

51% Attack Planned for Einsteineum

The crypto industry has been repeatedly rocked by hacks and theft, undermining trust in the ecosystem. These episodes typically occur without warning, leaving investors to count their losses only after the hack occurs. In a bizarre turn, a 51% attack