China's chief, Zhou Xiaochuan, is trying hard to dispel worries about China's economic strategy.
BITNATION provides the same services traditional governments provides, from dispute resolution and insurance to security and much more but in a geographically unbound, decentralized, and voluntary way.
AntiWar.com has been a consistent alternative media source for peace, and because of their radical approach, they have been drawn to non-traditional donation methods, like Bitcoin.
Proposed changes would bring bitcoin, dogecoin and other cryptocurrencies under definition of currency
Todays "Chart of the Day" from The Economist makes an attempt to show that gold isn't doing any better when it comes to preserving buying power than currencies such as the Swiss Franc (CHF) or the Japanese Yen (JPY). Roy Sebag, co-founder of Bi
Trump has promised to punish Chinese currency manipulation
Don Tapscott explains how the Blockchain could replace services like Uber and Airbnb. Other experts asked by CoinTelegraph explain further.
Just last week it was reported by The Slatest that the militant group ISIS has officially named the US dollar as their primary and only acceptable form of currency.
The big news is that the gold-silver ratio closed at 80. This is not only a new high for the move. It's higher than it has been since 2008.
Negative rates may not have found their way to bank deposits in most locales (yet), but that doesn't mean the public isn't starting to see the writing on the wall.
It appears, first slowly and now quickly, the world is realizing that Alan Greenspan was right after all: "Gold is a currency. It is still, by all evidence, a premier currency. No fiat currency, including the dollar, can match it."
The linkage between high denomination notes and crime. Illicit activities are facilitated when a million dollars weighs 2.2 pounds with the 500 euro note rather than more than 50 pounds as would be the case if the $20 bill was the high denomination n
Swiss Politicians Slam Attempts To Eliminate Cash, Compare Paper Money To A Gun Defending Freedom
These are strange monetary times, with negative interest rates and central bankers deemed to be masters of the universe.
We live in a world in which more and more things happen electronically. It is now possible to buy all your clothes online, all your books, all your food, and have them all delivered to you. Online communication allows us to communicate with almost an
Boris Groendahl for Bloomberg reports, Austrians should have the constitutional right to use cash to protect their privacy, Deputy Economy Minister Harald Mahrer said, as the European Union considers curbing the use of banknotes and coins.
Despite the weakening of the Yuan, China exports collapses 6.6% YoY in January (massively missing the 3.6% increase expected).
Are central banks planning to issue their own digital currencies? If so, is there anything to fear? Those are the questions at hand today as reader Ken asked "Could you post your opinion of Fedcoin?"
The Dow rose on Wednesday morning… after Janet Yellen made soothing remarks about a "gradual" return to normal interest rates.
Austrians should have the constitutional right to use cash to protect their privacy, Deputy Economy Minister Harald Mahrer said, as the European Union considers curbing the use of banknotes and coins.
Texan hedge fund manager J. Kyle Bass, the founder of Hayman Capital, has sent his first letter to investors on a global scale in two years.
China has been spending billions of dollars propping up its currency.
Excerpted from Doug Noland's Credit Bubble Bulletin, Crude has rallied about 5% off of last month's low.
Over the last few months a stream of articles have crossed my screen, all proclaiming the need of governments and banks to eliminate cash. I'm sure you've noticed them too.
Although scalability (the block size limit) has been the main topic of conversation in the Bitcoin community over the past year, this controversy has also brought up another important subject for the peer-to-peer digital cash system: governance.
Iran wants to recover tens of billions of dollars it is owed by India and other buyers of its oil in euros and is billing new crude sales in euros, too, looking to reduce its dependence on the U.S. dollar following last month's sanctions relief.
For the 1st time in years, everything is in place for a major bullmarket phase to get underway in gold and silver. There are two big reasons for this.
The UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has published a report examining digital currencies and how they can be used to address regional payments issues.
El-Erian: We can no longer rely on Fed
While the primary topic of Albert Edwards' most recent note is the question how long China can sustain its FX intervention before tapping out and letting the hedge funds win with their short Yuan bets once total reserves drop below the critical redli