It appears safety standards for criminals on the dark web are shrinking quickly. Following a series of raids in both Germany and the United States, American and European officials have succeeded in taking down what they call one of the world’s “largest online criminal trafficking operations.” The problem is it took authorities two years to take down the bad guys, paving the way for millions in crypto funds to be stolen in the interim. Continue reading Blockchain-Challenged Authorities Take Down Crypto’s Largest Dark Web
The world of instant payments is just around the corner, that much is certain. Soon, it will take just milliseconds, not days, to settle any kind of transaction all around the world. Cryptocurrencies have been one of the major breakthroughs in developing this capability. Continue reading The Future of Instant Payments: Which Cryptocurrency Will Take the Lead?
In part, Ripple (XRP) adoption is mainly dependent on regulation. Reasons? Well, it is because Ripple as a platform is a conduit for value transfer. Since they are cheap and efficient manner, Ripple solutions can open up the world in ways like never before. Continue reading Ripple (XRP) Prices Hinged on Regulation, Bahrain Take the Lead
Some $2 billion worth of crypto-currency has been stolen, mostly from exchanges, says the Review, and those are only the publicly reported thefts. Continue reading What The Digerati Give, The Digerati Can Take Away
Patrick Springer spent 20 years working for Morgan Stanley as an investment specialist. Specifically, his job was to help institutional investors make informed decisions in global equity markets. Now, despite the bitcoin market meltdown, he’s flung himself headlong into crypto becoming an advisor for Polybird Exchange. Why? Because “it’s important for people to challenge themselves at different times in their careers.” Continue reading Markets Will Take Time to Digest 2018 ‘Crypto Meltdown’, Says Former Morgan Stanley MD