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The Finance Prof. Who Says Bitcoin’s Going to ‘Bite The Dust’ Is Wrong

Kevin Dowd is a Professor of Finance and Economics in the Business School at Durham University, Northeast England, and the co-author of the 2015 paper “Bitcoin Will Bite the Dust,” along with market analyst and author, Martin Hutchinson, for the libertarian Cato Institute in Washington DC. Continue reading The Finance Prof. Who Says Bitcoin’s Going to ‘Bite The Dust’ Is Wrong

The Guardian Publishes Libelous Op-Ed, Falsely Claims Bitcoin’s Killing the Planet

An early Bitcoin mining investor writes a shock Guardian op-ed trashing his own investment as something that’s killing the planet. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like it in my life. It’s a sign of the times and maybe the exact kind of mentality that JP Morgan Chase and Co.’s billionaire CEO Jamie Dimon was talking about in his recent address to the NY Economic Club. Continue reading The Guardian Publishes Libelous Op-Ed, Falsely Claims Bitcoin’s Killing the Planet

Here’s Why Bitcoin’s Future is so Bright: Digital Currency Group Exec

Bitcoin tanked in 2018, but the future of cryptocurrencies remains bright because you can’t stop progress. That’s the assessment of Travis Scher, a vice president at crypto investment firm Digital Currency Group. Continue reading Here’s Why Bitcoin’s Future is so Bright: Digital Currency Group Exec

WHAT THE CRYPTO? (INFOGRAPHIC)

By this time, everybody has heard about Bitcoins and cryptocurrencies. The very first cryptocurrency was, in fact, Bitcoin, and it was engineered in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, an anonymous crypto architect(s), thus creating a very first decentralized cryptocurrency. Continue reading WHAT THE CRYPTO? (INFOGRAPHIC)