• The Competitive Paradox of De/Centralised Exchanges

    In April this year, Adena Friedman, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nasdaq, the world’s second-largest stock exchange with a $9 trillion market cap, announced that if “people are ready for a more regulated market, for something that provides a fair experience for investors, certainly Nasdaq would consider becoming a crypto exchange, over time.” The […]
  • The $495 billion Global Accounting Industry’s Disruptive Holy Grail

    What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about accounting? Papers, taxes, records, files – a range of important but boring and often tedious processes and procedures. For many business owners, keeping careful track of expenditures and income is a painstaking part of business management. Worse yet, it’s a domain that easily […]
  • Crypto in Africa

    The continent of Africa is a continent of great size and diversity. There are great differences from country to country with regards to governance and income.  All have, however, benefitted hugely from the rapid growth in mobile telecoms. This in turn has brought mobile banking to many on the African continent who would otherwise not […]
  • Crypto Asset Stripping

    In the world of stocks and shares when the price of a share is less than the value of all its assets it is often considered ripe for a process known as asset stripping. Asset stripping is the process of dismantling part of or all of a company’s assets and selling them off to realise […]
  • Crypto and honest lending

    Crypto has already demonstrated its ability to solve multiple liquidity issues when it comes to financial processes. How much more will this disruptive technology change the financial services industry? And could crypto save the world from another financial crisis? In 2008 we witnessed the catastrophic failure of the global banking system. To this day society, […]
  • Blockchain Influencers on LinkedIn

    LinkedIn is a social network designed specifically for the business community. Its aim is to allow registered members establish networks of people they know and trust professionally. Member profile pages focus on skills, employment history and education. It has managed to establish itself as the go-to site for business networking. It is a great place […]
  • ERC998 Token Standard – A Simple Way To Form Composite Assets

    Do you remember ERC721 CryptoKitties? The ERC998 standard is not much different from ERC721 as they both handle non-fungible tokens. The ERC998 standard defines four different ways that non-fungible tokens can own non-fungible tokens or fungible tokens, which adds a completely new dimension to this standard. The standard was designed to work with and be […]
  • How Can Blockchain Reshape The Art Industry?

    Art might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of blockchain, but the art world is a surprising dark horse in the blockchain race. From art valuations and art provenance to digital collectibles such as Cryptokitties, the art world has seen a handful of fascinating applications of blockchain technology to […]
  • Do the police and government have the right to seize your cryptocurrencies, when there supposed to be decentralized? — Part 1

    Regardless of whether you believe this practice is right, it is fact that governments and authorities who confiscate crypto holdings are also actually profiting from them. Not only could this practice be unlawful, but is also a definite double standard, when paired with the fact that, until the surge of 2017, cryptocurrencies were thought of […]
  • Lessons crypto investors can learn from the .com crash

    2018 hasn’t been a great year for crypto traders. Crypto trading is way down. The crypto market cap is down 75% from its peak. The Blockchain Transparency Institute has claimed that $6 billion US dollars in daily trading is spoofed or otherwise fraudulent. An estimated 80% of ICOs are scams and less than 1% have […]
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