Buy World Cup tickets with Bitcoin

The 21st FIFA World Cup is scheduled to commence on June 14, 2018 with 64 matches being played during this 32 day tournament. (more…)

Cryptocurrencies and the future

Cryptocurrencies came into existence in January 2009 as a side product of Satoshi Nakamoto, the unknown architect of Bitcoin, the first cryptocurrency invented as “A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.“  The aim was to invent digital cash as a way to build a decentralised digital cash system. Yet in 2018, the majority of people including bankers, financial consultants and developers show very limited knowledge and often fail to even understand the basic concepts.

Mark Carney, Bank of England Chief, says Bitcoin has failed

The Governor of the Bank of England has joined the growing list of financiers who have declared bitcoin to be dead. In a speech delivered yesterday at Regent’s University in London, Mr Carney declared that bitcoin had failed to become a legitimate currency.