It’s one of the biggest debates in cryptocurrency. Is code law? Or is the intent of code law? Should bugs on the blockchain be allowed to stand unchanged, or should they be fixed retroactively? On Bitgenstein’s Table, we consider 2,500 years of the wisest human thought in philosophy, psychology, sociology, economics, and more to make […]
Tickets for the first music festival set to be powered by blockchain technology are now on sale. Scheduled for this fall, the Our Music Festival is launching its own virtual currency — the OMF token — at its inaugural event at the University of California, Berkeley’s William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre. It will be the […]
Tourism in Australia more Crypto-Friendly, CoinMarketCap Quarterly Update Brings New Features, U.S. Treasury Discusses Crypto in New Fintech Report Image via Shutterstock Tourism in Australia more Crypto-Friendly In a move backed by the Australian government, local crypto startup TravelbyBit will expand operations to bolster online sales of tourist experiences using cryptocurrency. TravelbyBit is one of 70 […]
The proposals just keep piling in. At press time, a total of six ethereum improvement proposals (EIPs) have emerged, each hoping to alter the project’s code ahead of an upcoming software update (scheduled for October). Driving the debate is ethereum’s so-called “difficulty bomb,” a piece of code locked into the $45 billion platform that makes […]
The university wants to position itself as a leader in blockchain technology education and stimulate blockchain projects in the state. The University of Arkansas announced the establishment of its new Blockchain Center of Excellence on August 2. The new center, which the university’s board of trustees approved in May, will be part of the school’s Sam. […]
Last December, a beverage company changed its name to cash in on the blockchain craze. Now, the SEC is investigating. In March of this year, John Oliver of HBO’s Last Week Tonight famously skewered crypto scams. To illustrate the craze surrounding cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology that supports them, he explained that some companies were […]
An Arizona man was sentenced on Thursday after being found guilty of helping undercover agents who posed as drug dealers convert dirty money into bitcoin. On August 2, Thomas Mario Constanzo, who went by the alias Morpheus Titania, was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for using bitcoin to launder drug money. Constanzo was […]
The recently released Bitfi cryptocurrency hard wallet came with a $100,000 bounty to hackers who could break its “unhackable” system. No coins have been stolen, but some claim to have hacked the wallet and the bounty has since been raised. In a June press release, Bitfi, together with security mogul and crypto-enthusiast John McAfee, made […]
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