Everything You Need to Know About Crypto Regulation

Written by Gary Ross This article was originally published on UpCounsel. Cryptocurrencies present an inherently unique challenge to governments because of their new technology, cross-jurisdictional nature, and frequent lack of transparency. Governments are struggling to develop new ways to regulate cryptocurrencies, adapt existing regulations, and identify fraudulent schemes. Cryptocurrencies and their regulations are evolving before


Blockchain and the Consumer Advantage

Blockchain has definitely gained momentum in the last 5 years. Various industries ranging from retail to healthcare have implemented supply-chain and security strategies based on it. New social media platforms like Steem.io and SocialX are also using it, and consumers are hearing about it more frequently through mainstream news outlets. So what exactly is Blockchain? Invented by

Bitcoin and Altcoins Dying? Guess again.

2018 didn’t start well for Bitcoin and Altcoins on the market. It’s been loss after loss as various governments made moves to crackdown on illegal cryptocurrency exchanges, as well as, put regulations in place to tax transactions. Although 2017 was amazing year for cryptocurrencies, it was apparent governments would not allow the cryptocurrency-space to remain

What is bitcoin?

By now you may have heard of this thing called Bitcoin, but what exactly is it? Well, in a nutshell, Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and a digital payment system released in 2009. As far as we know, Bitcoin was invented by an unknown programmer, or a group of programmers, under the name Satoshi Nakamoto. [source: wikipedia]