Could One Bitcoin Come To Be Worth $1 Million? Q&A
According to the official Bitcoin protocol, the number of BTC (the Bitcoin currency symbol) that can ever be mined into existence is capped at twenty one million BTC. That’s it. Presently, just under thirteen million are in circulation. Because of its finite supply, Bitcoin proponents believe that each BTC can only rise in value – perhaps to as high as $1 million. Read More
BLOCKCHAIN: A CASE FOR THE GENERAL LEDGER
Dennis Gada, Vice President and Global Client Playmate at Infosys, a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services.
Money transfer transactions account for more than $500 billion in the financial services ecosystem. While the quantum of the market grows exponentially, the system facilitating payments proceeds to operate almost unchanged for more than forty years. Read More
How to stage an ICO (and answers to other continuous questions you might have)
Over the last month, it’s been hard to miss talk in the media and on social channels about initial coin offerings, or ICOs. What are they? Where did they all of a sudden come from? Who’s investing in them?
When the popular investing platform AngelList announced on Monday that it’s hopping into the business of making ICOs lighter to coordinate, attention reached a fever pitch, prompting my colleague Alex Wilhelm to yesterday tackle the question, “WTF is an ICO?”