Plenty of folks have made serious cash from dabbling in cryptocurrencies, so you knew it was only a matter of time until the tax man came knocking.
With its roots set firmly in South Africa, the continent’s first cryptocurrency exchange is flying high. In fact, it aims to have more than a billion users by 2025.
When I was 18 I was scraping together coins to buy a bottle of Tassies. Thanks to cryptocurrencies, Eddy Zillan will never know that struggle.
Bitcoin is one of those things that people love to talk about as if they’re an expert, but often they’re talking mumbo jumbo. Let’s ask the professionals.
Concerned about the future of cryptocurrencies? Well, let’s see what three people in the know had to say about it when they were questioned at Davos.
Good idea – checking in on your Bitcoin investment every now and again to see if you can retire yet. Bad idea – robbing people at gunpoint.
I tried to explain cryptocurrencies a few times during the festive season, and it didn’t always end well. Chances are yours went the same way, so here’s a quick lesson.
For some dabbling in bitcoin is just a bit of fun on the side, but for some the obsession can become a little unhealthy. This chap has gone too far.
It’s the cryptocurrency that everyone is talking about, and we do mean everyone. Now might just be the time to fully commit, because the next few weeks are crucial.
If you have been wondering which cryptocurrency to invest your money in, the first non-coin blockchain game might be worth a look.
Bitcoin has taken South Africa by storm, but what is the government doing about regulating the blockchain technology? It appears not that much.
The Winklevii, as they are known, have the third-largest known wallet of bitcoins. Because they got in there early, they’re laughing all the way to the bank,
A blockchain engineer wanted to see where bitcoin ranked in comparison to the rest of the world’s currencies so he created a clone of the global M1 index. Check it.