5 Ways Bitcoin Will Continue to Evolve

Posted on April 17, 2018

Bitcoin is predicted to break more ground this year due to the sheer number of people that are getting behind the cryptocurrency. The global support for the digital fund’s blockchain technology, as well as the high demand for mining Bitcoin, will lead to more investors wanting to get exposure to the cryptocurrency in one form […]


Industries The Blockchain Will Disrupt

Posted on February 19, 2018

  The blockchain is an undeniably ingenious invention – the brainchild of a person known by the pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto, one of the most promising new technologies for the future. The technology at the heart of bitcoin and other virtual currencies, blockchain is an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently […]


Blockchain and cryptocurrencies – in 2017 too big to ignore, in 2018 will become too big to fail

Posted on January 30, 2018

  We all expect 2018 to be the year that blockchain grows up. 2017 was a year when cryptocurrency markets dominated the public imagination, was a monumental year for cryptocurrencies and the blockchain. While some of us grew excited by the explosion of new applications, platforms and technologies being launched, many others were simply happy […]


Interview with Travis Molloy – the c of Xeophin

Posted on December 13, 2017

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Blockchain Review

Posted on December 8, 2017

      Blockchain is a transformational technology with the potential to extend digital transformation beyond a company’s walls and into the processes it shares with suppliers, customers, and partners. At its core, a blockchain is a data structure that’s used to create a digital transaction ledger that, instead of resting with a single provider, is shared […]


Interview with Jonathan Gueron – Founder and CTO of ConnectJob

Posted on December 1, 2017

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The Blockchain fundamentals

Posted on October 26, 2017

Blockchain has come a long way in eight years, with 2017 signaling the start of a paradigm shift in mainstream understanding of the technology. Blockchain-backed currencies have caught fire over the past nine months, partly in anticipation of major disruptions in the financial industry as a result of the distributed ledger. Blockchain’s appeal has helped […]


Interview with Petr Belousov – CEO of Confideal

Posted on October 24, 2017

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Interview with CEO of Crystal Clear Services (CCT)

Posted on August 29, 2017

BitcoinX: Thank you for taking the time to chat with us today. So, tell us who you are and what your position is at CRYSTAL CLEAR SERVICES? CRYSTAL CLEAR SERVICES: I’m the founder and CEO of Crystal Clear Services BitcoinX: Tell us – what is CRYSTAL CLEAR SERVICES? What is the main idea behind the project […]


Interview with Derick Smith – Managing Director of Ammbr

Posted on August 26, 2017

BitcoinX: Thank you for taking the time to chat with us today. So, tell us who you are and what your position is at AMMBR? AMMBR: I am Derick Smith, the managing director of the Ammbr Foundation, a not-for-profit set up in Singapore to further the goals of the Ammbr Network and its technology.   BitcoinX: […]


Do’s and Don’ts : White Paper for ICO

Posted on August 24, 2017

Cryptocurrency, specifically Blockchain, has been proven to be a groundbreaking technology in society today, yet it is still in the early stages of adoption. Consequently, many new cryptocurrency concepts are being marketed to bridge the gap between technical complexity and usability of Blockchain. Cryptocurrencies will change the world . Initial Coin Offering’ ( ICO’s) seem […]


Interview with Sergei – CEO of Ahoolee Project

Posted on August 22, 2017

BitcoinX: So, tell us who you are and what your position is at AHOOLEE? AHOOLEE: My name is Sergei and I’m a CEO of Ahoolee project. BitcoinX: Tell us –  what is AHOOLEE? What is the main idea behind the project and why did you decide to start it? AHOOLEE: Ahoolee is the world’s first search […]


Interview with Fran Villalba Segarra – CEO of INTERNXT

Posted on August 21, 2017

BitcoinX: Thank you for taking the time to chat with us today. So, tell us who you are and what your position is at INTERNXT? INTERNXT: I am Fran Villalba Segarra, Founder & CEO at Internxt. I’m 20 years old, and love new-tech and entrepreneurship, amongst others. I started with smaller online projects at the age […]


Ethereum, rising star!

Posted on August 15, 2017

Ether is the second most valuable form of digital money after bitcoin. Ethereum is a rising star in the world of cryptocurrencies, entirely digital forms of currency that grew in popularity after the creation of bitcoin. A cryptocurrency is a form of digital currency created through encryption. A cryptocurrency has no physical form — like […]


Hillary Clinton declares her support for blockchain

Posted on July 12, 2016

Presumptive US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has thrown her support behind blockchain tech applications in the public sector. Blockchain Technology offers many promising applications through a wide variety of industries and sectors. Clinton, who is expected to receive the presidential nomination from the US Democratic Party next month, released a broad technology and innovation agenda […]


The Bitcoin law in Russia will pass?

Posted on May 28, 2016

A bill prepared by Russia’s Ministry of Finance targeting the creation and circulation of so-called money surrogates, a classification that would include digital currencies like Bitcoin, has been at least temporarily withdrawn from consideration following comments from the country’s Justice Ministry. As reported by regional news source RNS, the bill – popularly known as the […]


Can bitcoin to provide the next generation of financial services?

Posted on May 13, 2016

Since the digital currency bitcoin burst in to the scene in 2009, serious skepticism and palpable passion have played equal roles. Bitcoin and blockchain regulation has been a hot topic at conferences and on the nascent technology’s online forums. Bitcoin, known for its anarchist and libertarian leanings, fear government legislators and regulators. Many bitcoin devotees […]


Blockchain.info approaches 2 million user wallets

Posted on August 10, 2014

In early January, blockchain explorer and hosted wallet provider Blockchain.info announced that it had crossed an important milestone: One million user wallets created. Founded in mid 2011, the company had spent well over two years building up that level of adoption, and the news was widely seen as an overall indicator of growing interest in […]


Digital signature startup BlockSign banking on the bitcoin blockchain

Posted on August 6, 2014

Almost from the very start, the Bitcoin project’s core developers have insisted that the key innovation isn’t its application as a form of money. Sure, bitcoin the currency is a near-frictionless, user-empowering, completely disruptive force that is already changing how we think about, use and regulate money, but that’s just one use of the real […]


Blockchain app returns to iOS

Posted on July 28, 2014

As one of the biggest hosted wallet services in the world, Blockchain’s absence on iOS devices has not gone without notice. The company’s old app, which was at one time the most popular iOS bitcoin wallet, was removed earlier this year during Apple’s short-lived policy of removing all bitcoin-related apps from the iTunes store. With […]


Mobile Wallet App Round-Up: Blockchain, Chain iOS and Hive

Posted on July 19, 2014

When bitcoin’s battle for mass adoption and marketshare against credit cards and cash happens, the skirmishes won’t take place on notebooks and desktops, it will take place in the brick and mortar world with mobile apps. One sign that this seemingly inevitable event it drawing closer is the booming ecosystem of mobile wallet apps. Now […]


Report: Former Blockchain executive joins OKCoin

Posted on June 12, 2014

Over the course of 2013, Changpeng Zhao helped Blockchain grow from a small startup to one of the biggest names in the bitcoin industry. As the Head of Development, Zhao guided the company through countless stages, helping to launch a suite of storage and analysis tools used by people and companies across the globe. Anyone […]


Report: Is bitcoin the start of the “coming digital anarchy”?

Posted on June 9, 2014

In a story published today by major U.K. newspaper The Telegraph, technology reporter Matthew Sparkes claims that the rapidly growing bitcoin network is more than the decentralization of money. As Sparkes sees it, blockchain technology is actually the “gateway to a coming digital anarchy.” While such views are nothing new within the fringes of the […]


Danish political party adopts blockchain-based system for internal voting

Posted on April 22, 2014

Denmark’s Liberal Alliance may not be a dominant force in Danish politics, but it is miles ahead of the rest of the political world when it comes to technological innovation. In the tiny town of Hvidovre, the local division of the party will be using a new internal voting system based on bitcoin’s blockchain technology […]


Blockchain announces open nominations for the Blockchain Awards

Posted on April 16, 2014

The Bitcoin Foundation and Blockchain.info are partnering to launch the Blockchain Awards to “celebrate innovation and excellence in the Bitcoin community.” The initial round of awards will go to people and projects in ten categories, with nominations being open to the public. The current list of awards are: Most Impactful Charity Most Creative Video Most […]


Blockchain.info now hosts 1.5 million wallets

Posted on April 14, 2014

It took Blockchain.info nearly two years to cross the threshold of having 500,000 user wallets. When the web-based wallet provider passed a million wallets in early January, it was seen as a huge milestone for the bitcoin community. Today, Blockchain blew past another marker with barely a mention: 1.5 million user wallets. Even with a […]


The 84 alternate uses of the blockchain

Posted on March 22, 2014

Bitcoin is more than just a newfangled breed of internet-based currency. It’s a truly groundbreaking innovation that has the potential to completely reshape how we handle both public and private information. While the idea behind bitcoin was inspired by the need to have a universally available currency that wasn’t subject to the whims of governments […]


Blockchain.info down due to database glitch

Posted on March 18, 2014

Through all of the turbulence around bitcoin in the last few months, the public block chain database at Blockchain.info has been a rare bastion of stability. Late last night, however, a user on Reddit encountered a glitch in the Blockchain Shared Coin service, which quickly caught the attention of Blockchain developers. In investigating the Shared […]


Blockchain CEO donates $10,000 in Bitcoin to University of Puget Sound

Posted on February 19, 2014

In 2007, Nic Cary graduated from at Washington State’s University of Puget Sound with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Business Leadership Program. In the seven years since his graduation, Cary has done alright for himself thanks to savvy investments in Bitcoin. Now the CEO of Blockchain.info, Cary decided to make a fitting donation […]


Bitstamp becomes the latest victim in DDoS attack

Posted on February 12, 2014

Thanks to a prolonged distributed denial-of-service attack, Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp suspended withdrawals late Tuesday. The world’s third-largest Bitcoin exchange joins the long-troubled MtGox exchange in the fallout over the “transaction malleability” bug in the Bitcoin code. Speaking with Bloomberg News, Blockchain.info’s chief security officer Andreas Antonopoulos characterized the DDoS attacks as “a nuisance” aimed at […]