Russian cybersecurity expert Eugene Kaspersky says cryptocurrency is a great idea but it will not be successful unless freed from government control. Cryptocurrencies are a great idea but the world is not ready for them yet.
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A new report by research focused cryptocurrency company Clovr has revealed a significant upsurge in the use of cryptocurrency in remittances across the globe. The study which surveyed the responses of 707 people sought to delve into their remittance habits uncovering among other things the destination
Since 2008 Cryptocurrencies have walked a long way to make its impact on the market. From zero to $400bn the cryptocurrencies market has touched the sky in a decade. Started with only Bitcoin there are now more than 3000 cryptocurrencies in the market. So was it an easy way to get this market value? Clearly …
Cryptocurrency is the future of currency and investor’s are taking full advantage. This next generation of currency is faster safer and more convenient. They’re decentralized which means they’re not subject to the whim or credit of a government. They’re independent of central banks. They can’t be traced or devalued.
The price of bitcoin the world's most popular cryptocurrency was next to zero in 2009 but soared to near $20000 at the end of 2017 only to crash back to the mid-$3000 level this year. What's next? Three experts contacted by The Korea Times said they believe the future of cryptocurrencies is bleak and the value of most “coins” will most likely go back to where they started - zero.