Private Banking and Crypto: A Perfect Match

February 19, 2021

As cryptos rally, we’re continuing our mini series exploring some of their various dimensions, such as long-term prospects, privacy and security. In

How Private are Cryptocurrencies? It depends…

February 12, 2021

Peter Macfarlane explores some of the privacy-related aspects of various cryptocurrencies, and answers the question: are the days of privacy coins numbered? 

Learning from Bitcoin’s Volatility

January 25, 2021

  Although we’re already nearly a month into the new year, in the world of finance, cryptocurrencies and regulation it appears that

The War on Cash Part 2: Safe Havens

April 28, 2020

By Daniel Lucas In our last article, we explored how the Covid-19 crisis is accelerating the trend of Central Banks instituting negative interest

The War on Cash Part 1: Monetary Policy

April 10, 2020

By Daniel Lucas The Covid-19 crisis is changing the world before our very eyes. Billions of people are in lockdown, air travel

Antigua – Passports, Residency, Blockchain Incorporation

June 23, 2016

The following article is a guest post from Edmund John of which talks about his visit to NTL immigration conference in

MaidSafe: When Technology Mimics Nature

March 18, 2016

By Peter Le With so much attention focused on Bitcoin, there are new emerging technologies based on the digital currency movement. If

Crypto-currency news: Commonwealth Bank to trial Ripple technology

July 25, 2015

One of Australia’s biggest banks, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), will trial the peer-to-peer, online payment transfer system, Ripple, best known

Understanding Bitcoin – How is it mined?

July 14, 2015

By Peter H Le Bitcoin is created through mining. Much like Gold, which is mined out from the physical ground, Bitcoin is

Understanding Bitcoin Part 2: How it works – Is it “all Geek” to you?

June 28, 2015

We inherently know that language is embedded unconsciously within us, so we can communicate with each other. Humans communicate with each other