Crypto collectibles are big business right now. Crypto Kitties just raised $12.5 million in venture capital, and lookalike sites are springing up everywhere trying to cash in on the craze for non-fungible digital assets.
It appears that China's stock exchanges are seeking to prevent companies from issuing misleading information in order to drive hype around blockchain technology – potentially influencing their share price.
According to local reports in South Korea, demand for hardware wallets is increasing exponentially. The demand has stemmed from attempted hacks last year against domestic trading platforms like Upbit and Bithumb.
A new survey of Americans has discovered that the cryptocurrency community still has a long way to go to in order to simplify the technology or to reach out and educate more people in the United States, especially among women and older folks.
With less than a month to go, Blockchain enthusiasts move quickly to secure tickets to World Blockchain Forum Dubai, joining global crypto elite in the heart of the UAE. Final release begins April 1st.
The hype around so called applications of “blockchain technology is nothing new, as many people have successfully used it to get free publicity for themselves, riding the coattails of Bitcoins success.