Blockchain and iGaming seem to be the perfect match where blockchain provides many features that will increase trust, improve customer experience and increase profitability. With the recent acceptance of blockchain based companies around the world, we are seeing more operators shift to blockchain technology to gain greater traction amongst online players as they experience what […]
UEFA Euro 2020, one of the biggest European football events has announced it’s ground-breaking new blockchain-based mobile ticketing system aimed to enhance the fan experience. The new system will make entry into the stadium smooth, safe and secure by preventing the replication and duplication of tickets, with QR codes only being activated by Bluetooth once […]
On 3rd January 2009, the bitcoin network came into existence with Satoshi Nakamoto mining the genesis block of bitcoin (block number 0), which had a reward of 50 bitcoins. Embedded in the coinbase of this block was the text: The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks. This year, the cryptocurrency community […]
OKCoin is one of the largest Bitcoin exchange in the world with volumes reaching just over 16 million Bitcoins transacted per month. The cryptocurrency exchange is based out of Beijing, China and services users from all over the world. The group operates within regulated markets and has recently opened an office in Malta to service […]
Bitcoin SV (BSV) has been created to bring back the original Bitcoin which was designed to fulfil the Satoshi Vision. BSV today stands as its own chain and token following the contentious November 15, 2018 hard fork of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network. nChain believes that BSV will fulfil the Satoshi Vision and change the […]
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, […]
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.