When cryptocurrency was first rolled out 11 years ago, the world showed distaste for the new mode of payment. Many countries marked it illegal, while most big companies took it as a “joke,” but things soon changed. Some of the world’s biggest brands now have or plan to have their own crypto or at least accept it as a medium of payment.
The US law enforcers go on with their campaign against terrorism financing. Now, they have blocked and confiscated around $2 million worth in cryptocurrency from accounts allegedly involved in terrorism financing.
Investors are constantly looking for ways to make more money year in year. However, today's venture capitalists are caught in the confusion of which assets to put their money in. The debate investors are faced with now is choosing between traditional finances and crypto-assets or both.
The Russian intelligence agency has developed a new artificial intelligence (AI)-based system to track and de-anonymize Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrency transactions. Does it mean that privacy coins will lose their popularity?