Banking giants are moving toward the blockchain at an increasingly aggressive pace. But, are they right for the blockchain? Will their efforts translate into apps? What does it mean for the bitcoin industry?
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in March, and what we can learn from them.
Bitcoin recently celebrated its seventh birthday. It has come from humble beginnings, but this year bitcoin prices and blockchain tech are ready to explode.
Virtual Currency Today, a sister publication of Mobile Payments Today, recently spoke with Bryne Reese about his money transfer company Uphold and what role bitcoin can play with today's financial services.
Zimbabwe residents recently went through horrific hyper inflation, which eventually led to the abandonment of their national currency altogether. Bitcoin could be the solution not only to Zimbabwe's problems but those of financially underserved populations in Africa.
EMV and bank innovation also should be hot topics next week in Las Vegas, writes Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez.
The annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C., included discussions about virtual currency and the role it might play in financial services.
Bitcoin has an aura of rebellion, danger and newness that gets much of the media attention. However, the technology powering bitcoin has remained in the background until recently.
Technology offers new ways for consumers to hold, control and spend their money. This summit promises to help execs get their arms around the former and meet the expectations of the latter.
Do food and bitcoin mix? What does the virtual currency offer to restaurants specifically?
When the New York BitLicense landed last month, it created a massive storm of protests. It brought the debate on virtual currency regulations front and center.
With remittance fees as high as 12 percent, many migrant workers are stuck in a bind. Hence, some migrants are turning to bitcoin "rebittances" as a less expensive alternative.
Excerpted from the author's opening remarks at the Virtual Currency Today Summit last week in Boston.
Last week at the Virtual Currency Today Summit hosted by Networld Media Group, representatives from the Massachusetts government and the FTC discussed their views on the virtual currency regulatory landscape from the state and federal level.
Executives from across the bitcoin ecosystem gathered in Boston last week for the first Virtual Currency Today Summit.
Bradley Cooper, who is the Technology Editor at Networld Media Group, takes a dive into the cryptocurrency and offers a high-level view of the market.
With all the heated rhetoric surrounding the topic, we thought it would be helpful to reach out to people who work with cryptocurrencies on a daily basis to get to the bottom of the most common misconceptions.
An analyst says he has found proof that the terrorist organization is using virtual currency to fund its operations.
If the last 10 years has taught us anything, it's that disruptive technologies can shift the course of events in a way few would expect.
Company is cautiously optimistic it might be able to attract new customers thanks to the recent buzz around contactless payments.