Posts Tagged “Bitcoin”

The BitGrail Hack Might Be More Than Just Another Cryptocurrency Heist

Posted on March 2nd, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Cryptocurrency has remained a volatile emerging industry for some time now, becoming a source of public fascination particularly over the course of the last sixteen months. In that time, breathless coverage and constant suspicion have plagued the industry, though many find skepticism to be beside the point: anything new and revolutionary is going to be…

What’s Going On With Bitcoin?

Posted on November 28th, 2017 by Kelly Kirkham

Cryptocurrency is on the rise as talks of an alternative to physical currency permeates both the financial sector and mainstream conversation. Just this month, the valuation of bitcoin, perhaps the most famous cryptocurrency option currently on the market, fell to around $5,500. Within two days it had bounced back and was trading above $6,400. The…

What’s Going to Happen to Bitcoin?

Posted on August 22nd, 2017 by Neil Cumins

Bitcoin is an unlikely internet success story. Created anonymously eight years ago, this digital currency can only be acquired in whole units or tiny fractions worth one hundred millionth of a bitcoin. It’s bought by paying money into an ATM, or earned by surrendering computer processing power to recording bitcoin-related transactions in an indelible public…

Should You Accept Bitcoin Payments?

Posted on August 1st, 2017 by Neil Cumins

Bitcoin is the world’s first global digital currency, specifically designed for online transactions. We outline the arguments for and against accepting this unique payment method: PROS     There are no fees. Unlike credit cards, there are no transaction fees incurred, which can make online purchases seem more affordable and tempting to consumers.     It’s global. Customers on…

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