Book review: Bitcoin: The Future of Money?
Find out how Bitcoin is set to revolutionise the world in Dominic Frisby’s witty and engaging new book, says Matthew Partridge.
The current financial system is preventing half the world’s population from enjoying a decent standard of living. Bitcoin and other alternative currencies could change all that, says Dominic Frisby.
Bitcoin has slid over 70% from its 2013 high. And it’s likely to fall further. But the currency – and the technology behind it – has a huge future.
The potential of the block chain – ‘bitcoin’s DNA’ – is immense, says Bengt Saelensminde. It could revolutionise everything from the money we use, to the NHS.
Like it or not, bitcoin is going mainstream. It could be the currency of the 21st century. Bengt Saelensminde asks whether you should put your faith in it.
Forget Apple’s new watch, the news that Paypal is to start using bitcoin is much more exciting. The cryptocurrency is going mainstream, says Bengt Saelensminde.
The next great bull market will be in a technology that could change the world, says Dominic Frisby – but you’ve probably never heard of it.
In what looked like the scoop of the year, Newsweek proclaimed that it had uncovered the identity of Bitcoin’s mysterious creator, ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’. But doubts soon emerged.
The collapse of MtGox, the world’s first and largest bitcoin exchange, has sent the value of the cryptocurrency into freefall. Dominic Frisby looks at what the future holds for bitcoin.
The digital currency will be as big a gamechanger as the internet, says Ken Tindell. Here, he reveals why.