Crypto has been a hot topic for some years. In this ultimate guide to cryptocurrency, we'll explain how it works, and why it has any value.
According to data released by statistician Statista, Nigeria has become an important country in the adoption of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
Robinhood announced today that the firm is planning to allow customers to deposit and withdraw through cryptocurrencies including Dogecoin.
Following the recent ban on banks' servicing of crypto exchanges in Nigeria, Bitcoin's price in the country has spun out of control.
As cryptocurrencies break more and more into the mainstream, aspiring investors might wonder which are best to invest in 2021.
ECB President, Christine Lagarde said that she does not consider Bitcoin as a currency at all, and even more so as a world reserve currency.
The Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, Timothy Lane has called the recent rally of Bitcoin a ‘speculative mania’.
According to US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, the use of cryptocurrencies for drug trafficking & financing terrorism is a growing problem.
MasterCard has announced plans to support cryptocurrency payments in 2021, although it hasn’t specified which coins will be supported.
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