The 2019 cryptocurrency market will see significant growth due to the backing of institutional investors, according to the CEO of a leading financial advisory organisation.
As the new year rolls around, many will now be going back to work after the festive period.
From autonomous vehicles to artificial intelligence, there is an abundance of new technology that is being adopted around the world. When it comes to blockchain, many businesses have been quick to embrace the technology, but, as warned by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology, “there is hype around the use of blockchain technology, yet the technology is not well
Cryptomining malware has grown by more than 4,000% in the past year, while ransomware is set to decline as cybercriminals make the switch to different activities.
Public blockchain platform Waves Platform has secured $120m in a funding round to launch its private blockchain platform for large-scale infrastructure, Vostok.
A platform for trading cryptocurrency that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to assist trades has seen its first public Initial Token Offering (ITO) sell out in just three hours.
A professional golf long driver appears to have had has his Twitter account hacked to spread the latest Elon Musk bitcoin scam.
An algorithm that is designed to level the cryptocurrency mining playing field by making it equally possible to mine on everyday computers as large-scale rigs has been deployed for the first time.
Kanye West topped the list of ‘worst password offenders 2018’ for revealing his phone password to the world live on TV during his White House meeting with Donald Trump.
Despite talk of the Bitcoin bubble bursting since prices peaked above $19,000 in December 2017, it has been more of gradual deflation for the market throughout the year.
PolySwarm is set to launch a decentralised cyber threat intelligence marketplace before the end of the year, in which security experts get rewarded with cryptocurrency for discovering new malware threats.
Economic slowdown in 2019 and beyond will see cryptocurrencies bounce back following a difficult year, according to one tech expert.
The price of Bitcoin fell by 37% in November, wiping some $70bn of value off of the cryptocurrency market.
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The Gibraltar Stock Exchange has been awarded a license for its subsidiary the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX), making it the first fully regulated blockchain exchange to be owned by a stock exchange.
A gold-backed digital currency, Global Gold Cash, has added gold reserves with total in-ground value of $120bn with the addition of a large gold mine in Africa.
British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Equifax: the list of companies who have faced a cyberattack is long and growing longer.
Hackers continued to target Twitter users today using a set of compromised verified Twitter accounts to promote a Bitcoin scam.
Investment platform eToro today announces the launch of the GoodDollar experiment with $1m in funding from the company.
From TrumpCoin to Whoppercoin, the cryptocurrency world has its fair share of gimmicks.
The news that Brexit tax errors from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) are expected to increase due to rising workloads has prompted blockchain experts to urge the government to embrace the technology.
A regulated cryptocurrency that is directly pegged to the US dollar has been launched by global digital asset platform Liquid.
A cryptocurrency asset management service has been launched by deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory companies, signalling a key step in their acceptance into the mainstream financial world.
In the race to build the world’s first universal quantum computer, the UK government has announced that it will invest funds in a new National Quantum Computing Centre.
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Professional services firm Ernst & Young has today announced that it is launching EY Ops Chain Public Edition, the world’s first secure private transactions carried out over Etherium public blockchain.
Scientists expect to be able to electronically record the brain signals that make memories within the next five years – and cybercriminals could use that technology to hack your brain.
North Korean operatives have been linked to a cryptocurrency scam that raised money for the Kim Jong-un regime.
A few months ago, Lloyd’s of London estimated the global cost of a “serious” cyber-attack at more than £92bn.