Recent data indicates that the amount of time a Bitcoin transaction takes to process has increased to its highest since November 2018. The Block time for the past few days has been recorded at more than 13 minutes.
Recently, it was discovered that a digital currency scam called the "Bitcoin Era" goes on to attract many targets with new techniques, including the use of the names of Tesla founder Elon Musk and Hollywood star Daniel Craig, according to Business Insider.
Washington DC resident Kenneth Warren Rhule is facing charges of money laundering for trading more than $140,000 on Local Bitcoin. The 26-year-old got into Homeland security agents’ radar and was tricked to exchange his cryptocurrency into cash in the hands of undercover Homeland security agents.
For the first time the US House of Representatives has had a very useful debate on Blockchain technology. During the recent debate lawmakers convened an educative and informative discussion on Blockchain technology without bending towards one side due to political wills.
Land and buildings is a lucrative business in most parts of the world, and now in this digital era, different players in this sector are trying everything possible to make it more beautiful and profitable by using innovative technologies including blockchain and cryptocurrency.
What is a token? A token is a blockchain-based digital asset that can be exchanged between two parties without the need for an intermediary. A token (coin) can be seen as a set of digital information that is able to give a right of ownership to a subject on the same set of information that is recorded on a blockchain and that can be transferred via a protocol.
More digital currency snags as two notorious Arizona Men that operated a $1,000,000 USD cryptocurrency Ponzi business are under arrest for promoting illegal activities. Tokens are gradually becoming a common practice in the sports sector globally, and since we have had bad players in this nascent field, this scam doesn’t come as a surprise to many.
On February 7, the Australian government rolled out its national blockchain tech development strategy after nearly twelve months of groundwork. A long-anticipated national blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) strategy finally launched this month, and it is concentrating on the business prospects the disruptive revolution is presenting to sectors ranging from finance to wine.