Tag Archive for Bitcoin

Liability

Liability with Bitcoins: Is the core risk really still too high?

  Liability protection regarding cryptos was one theme that was being discussed in cryptocurrency circles in July when I had a conversation with a crypto expert. Nevertheless, it’s going on to 6 months and nothing seems to be happening on that front. Blockchain and Bitcoin (Litecoin, Ripple, and the list will definitely increase) are now mainstream. However, the one conversation… Read more →

Blockchain Technology

Codename: BLOCKCHAIN (and the untapped opportunity awaiting startups)

  Banks have earnestly started integrating inhouse risk-scoring analytics systems to support crypto-currency protocols as they test the Blockchain technology. That was always bound to happen. A lot of us predict the demise of Bitcoin 1.0. The proliferation of Blockchain as I wrote in Codename BITCOIN, was the most natural progression for cryptos and the underlying technology. No one can… Read more →