PSG announce deal to launch cryptocurrency
French footballing giants Paris Saint-Germain are launching their own cryptocurrency after announcing a new partnership with Socios.com, a blockchain company based in Malta.
Hackers target smartphones to mine cryptocurrencies
Has your smartphone suddenly slowed down, warmed up and the battery drained down for no apparent reason? If so, it may have been hijacked to mine cryptocurrencies.
Luno claims two million customers
Luno, a leading global cryptocurrency company, announced its two millionth customers. Luno makes it safe and easy to buy, store and learn about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. The company said is committed to demystifying cryptocurrencies by educating their customers on the risks and benefits associated with this exciting new technology. With a team of…
Blockchain offers high FDI potential for Nigeria, says KureCoin CEO
With effective industry collaboration and government support, the adoption of blockchain technology can become a major source of foreign direct investment for Nigeria, the Chief Executive Officer of Kure Holdings, Mr. Tega Abikure, has said. Speaking at the company’s investors’ forum in Lagos, he noted that Nigerian government was slow in understanding and embracing the…
How to harness blockchain technology for growth, by Walker
Lady Victoria Walker is the Chief Operating Officer of United Digital Currency Reserve Foundation, founder of Bitmogul Academy, Author of the Bitmogul Guide, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Speaker...
SureRemit raises $7m from ICO, to roll out digital voucher system
With Nigeria as an emerging market in Blockchain technology and Cryptocurrency adoption; SureRemit, a non-cash remittance platform majority-owned by Nigeria based fintech holding company, GreenHouse Capital, has raised $7 million on the initial coin offering (‘ICO’) market.
South Korea govt sends bitcoin on rollercoaster ride
Bitcoin and other virtual currencies were sent on rollercoaster rides in South Korea Thursday as the government said it was planning to ban cryptocurrency exchanges, before later backtracking.
Bitcoin chalks up new record as it charges past $14,000
Bitcoin ploughed past $14,000 to a fresh record on Thursday as investors continued to pile in, triggering a warning the cryptocurrency was "like a charging train with no brakes" that would inevitably slip back.
Five Things You Need To Know About Tech Today
Every day, interesting things happen in the technology industry, and some of these things are totally worth knowing about. Here are five things you need to know about tech today: AIs will give countries power Artificial Intelligence (AI) is basically giving machines the ability to seem like they have human intelligence. Vladimir Putin, current President…