I'm Nitasha. I'm disgusting. I order weird food from an app because I don't want to leave my apartment.
As someone who's gotten two mothers to use Bitcoin, I thought I'd offer up a few tips on what seems to entice the maternal amongst us.
Of all the competing regulation issues for car service app Uber, airport-related rules may be some of the most complex and inconsistent.
Operating a small business with Bitcoin just got a bit easier. Online billing service Hiveage has announced its integration with Bitcoin wallet and exchange Coinbase, allowing its 45,000-plus small business and freelance clients around the world to
A spokesman from the first major online retailer to accept Bitcoin, Overstock.com, has confirmed that the company is planning to conduct exclusive Bitcoin-only customer outreach including sales and discounts.
Innovative technology is driving increasing interest in cryptocurrency and could allow Brazilian tech startups to leap frog other nations in the digital currency space.
The Tyro Fintech Hub has opened and its main objective is to work with startups working to disrupt or innovate in finance, banking, or insurance - whether it involves with cryptography, personal finance, data analytics, Bitcoin, or innovative market
The bitcoin payment processing space continues to get more crowded with the launch of merchant services by igot, a bitcoin exchange based in Australia.
Startup OneBit is developing a Bitcoin wallet app that lets users pay at any store with contactless mobile payments via the MasterCard PayPass payment network.
Cross-border peer-to-peer (P2P) bitcoin lending platform BitLendingClub, is looking to disrupt the growing lending industry with a unique model that should oust bad players while providing a better framework for "good borrowers."
Recently someone going by the name "patio11" on the Hacker News forums summarized a chat among Bitcoin developers that took place on March 11 and 12 of 2013.
Factom, an open source platform providing a data layer for the Bitcoin blockchain, has hired former Morgan Stanley investment manager Jacob Dienelt as its head treasurer, the company announced on Monday.
For the first time, bitcoin has been used to incorporate a legal entity in Italy.
Jacob Dienelt is the latest Morgan Stanley veteran to leave Wall Street and join the Bitcoin industry.
According to an internal document obtained by Bitcoin Magazine, the Bitcoin Foundation is considering splitting into two separate organizations.
India may bid for the 2024 Olympics, hoping to host the event for the first time in almost seven decades as an independent nation.
On Monday, Uber passenger Sanjay Seth posted a YouTube video, seen above, which appears to show a New York Police Department officer arbitrarily pulling over and berating an Uber driver, who happens to be a recent immigrant to the United States
In its most concrete investigation into emerging technology so far, IBM has announced it will spend up to US$3 billion in a specialist unit revolving around the Internet of Things.
CoinDesk, one of the premier outlets for news and analysis on digital currencies, has made a request of its readers.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Wall Street is exploring innovative applications of digital currencies to mainstream banking and financial issues.
ZapGo aims to revolutionize how young South Africans spend their cash online.
US financier George Soros said Monday he was ready to invest $1 billion in Ukraine if the West promised to help the embattled country.
Square is trying to make spending money fun.
Did you get your bailout check? Well there may be one in your mailbox soon if the Council on Foreign Relations gets their way. The influential group, proposed an unusual way to stimulate the economy in an article titled "Print Less but Transfer Mor
With the federal government once again nearing the debt ceiling limit, the AFP reports, “The White House offered more than $300 million in aid and support to bankrupt Detroit.” A statement released by the White House said, “The Obama administratio
On the Sunday, August 12 edition of Infowars Live, Alex hosts Max Keiser discussing the ravaged state of the U.S. economy and fragility of markets as published in a recent Fox News article The Coming Economic Collapse.
Financial markets have exploded with financial crime since 2009 as an unintended consequence of the moral hazard engendered by the “too big to fail” doctrine of Western governments and monetary authorities. Since “too big to fail” became the norm, t
The Fed wants to keep the price of money at essentially zero – in other words “free” – to boost the economy. But the boost they are attempting won’t get here for another three years. That’s not a recovery. And we’ve already tried this tactic.
Only 16 percent of the mortgage assignments were valid. Twenty-seven percent of the invalid assignments were fraudulent, 35 percent were "robo-signed" and 10 percent violated the Massachusetts Mortgage Fraud Statute. The identity of fina
Old and busted: Jobs “saved or created.” New hotness: Jobs “supported.” In attempting to advance the argument for Barack Obama’s new jobs stimulus plan, the White House has decided to create a new term that has, er, even less meaning than their pre