Famed venture capitalist Jim Breyer is going East, where he is looking at opportunities in blockchain, fintech and healthcare.
BUENOS AIRES--The world's financial leaders rejected protectionism on Tuesday and urged
BITCOIN’S price could be about to plunge after it emerged that the US National Security Agency (NSA) was tracking Bitcoin users across the globe following shocking new details from two 2013 reports, it has emerged.
The bear market for small-cap cryptocurrencies may be over, but bitcoin bull Tom Lee still recommends investing in big coins like bitcoin.
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The scandal over the collection of data by Cambridge Analytica is only one small part of a huge industry that uses Facebook and other services to manipulate people’s behaviour, experts have warned. Many of those companies, like Cambridge Analytica, have avoided drawing attention to the work they do, and usually describe their work in the most general of terms. Such firms tend to describe themselves as data, technology and marketing firms, for instance.
The US National Security Agency targeted Bitcoin users around the world, according to classified documents released by Edward Snowden. The revelations strike a blow to the financial privacy of bitcoin users, academics warn.
BITCOIN prices rose again to nearly $9,000 after regulators spoke in favour of the digital currency and had “productive” discussions at a meeting between finance ministers and central bank governors at the G20 in Argentina today.
This time last year, finance chiefs from the world’s biggest economies were barely thinking about the niche industry of Bitcoin when they met in Germany. Now, they’re loudly warning cryptos could destabilize financial markets.