Bitcoin has crashed to below $200 levels. Should the cryptocurrency community be worried, or is there hope for better things in the long term?
The Winklevoss twins have filed to list 1M shares of a Bitcoin Trust ETF on Nasdaq, which introduces new investment strategies in the cryptocurrency.
Blockstream has an ambitions goal to build on Bitcoin’s underlying technology to securely transfer more than just virtual currency, but also data and more.
Reporting a strong quarter, Ziff Davis’ parent company believes rich, actionable content is the future for the publications business.
Facebook’s Q3 2014 results exceed analyst expectations, but with 2015 being a year for investment, stock price dropped in anticipation of these big expenditures.
Twitter has faced a growth slowdown in Q3 2014, but the company is confident its upcoming Fabric SDK will see wide adoption by mobile and app developers.
Microsoft has reported a solid Q1 FY2015 revenue, largely driven by cloud services, hardware and console gaming, maintaining a positive outlook throughout the fiscal year.
Yahoo expects Tumblr to rake in $100M in 2015, reporting 40% growth in users and the introduction of new native mobile ad formats.
IBM has reported less-than-stellar 3Q 2014 earnings, characterized by its CEO as “disappointing.” Will Big Blue’s new focus on the cloud be the silver lining?
With BlockChain raising a $30 million in Series A funding, Bitcoin-related startups gain more support from mainstream investors. What are the prospects for Bitcoin in the long run?
In a surprise move, eBay has announced it will spin off PayPal into a distinct, publicly-traded company in order to better compete amid a fast-changing mobile payments landscape.
BlackBerry turnaround plans working? Company posts adjusted loss of 2 cents per share, better than 16 cent loss analysts have predicted.
PayPal has started accepting payments made with online cryptocurrency Bitcoin in some jurisdictions, although the functionality will be limited as the company tests the waters for consumer and merchant interest.
With Bitcoin gaining popularity and then some semblance of stability in its real-world value, will the cryptocurrency remain in the lead amongst other digital tender? Virtual currencies are not exactly new. While purely digital currencies like Bitcoin are often the subject of news today, technology startups have explored virtual currencies as early as the 1990s. Take for example Beenz.com, which launched a currency called “Beenz” meant for earning loyalty points and paying online. After raising $100 million in VC funding, the startup failed to gain traction and eventually folded in 2001. Even virtual currencies used in multi-player online games do hold real-world value in terms of their
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