Fintech Friday #7 – Coinbase Commerce Added!

The new edition of Fintech Friday is out! You can now support us via Coinbase Commerce!

Blockchain Based Renting of Your Idle Computer – Profitable?

Leaving your computer idle just wastes electricity, and idle components deteriorate too. Why not rent them out via the blockchain?

Cryptocurrency Regulation across the World: September 2018

This post is a brief list of cryptocurrency regulation status in various countries around the world - who likes them, who wants the criminalize them, etc.

Passive Income with Proof of Stake: A Guide to Building a Stratis Stakebox

Stratis is a proof of stake coin you can use to earn passive income. In this guide, we'll show you how to build your own stakebox so you don't have to keep a full PC running.

ConsenSys’ Panvala – Altruism as a Service?

Panvala is a new ConsenSys project which focuses on making projects help each other verify smart contracts through community-wisdom, social prestige and altruism. Does it stand a chance?

Gambling on the Blockchain: What Does Provably Fair Mean?

The gambling industry on the blockchain is booming. But why? And what does "provably fair" mean anyway? Come take a ride through slot machine history.

Frick Bank allowed its clients direct investment in cryptocurrencies

Lichtenstain-based bank allows its clients to invest in cryptocurrencis while also promising to secure their purchases from cyber attacks with cold storage wallets

Cryptocurrencies Attracting More and More Attention – International Collaborations, Crypto Smartphones, and Task Forces

Cryptocurrencies attracting more and more attention - international collaborations, crypto smartphones, and task forces

Binance’s Fiat-To-Crypto Exchange Soon on Malta

After restrictions in China, warnings in Japan, Binance intends to lunch a fiat-to-crypto exchange in crypto-friendly Malta

France recognizes the potential of cryptocurrencies – mild regulations and ICO friendliness

France goes crypto-friendly - they decided to allow ICOs to improve their legitimacy through optional licensing