Is the Bitcoin energy debate just another hurdle put in place by legacy institutions to inhibit mainstream adoption?
Bot trading has been a contentious topic in the crypto community for several years, with some suggesting algorithms have unduly inflated or depressed prices, or caused volatile price swings.
Traditional markets have risen amid fears that inflation is back and interest rates will have to rise. Bitcoin (BTC) is also down. Is there a connection?
Most commentators agree that an inflow of corporate funding has fueled the 2021 Bitcoin (BTC) bull run. Increasingly, corporate treasurers are allocating part of their reserves to cryptocurrencies. Which firms are making the shift, and what’s behind the move?
Richard Byworth, CEO of EQONEX, and Roger Ver, Founder of Bitcoin.com, shared some fascinating thoughts about Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and the future of digital currencies. The pair also answered questions from the watching attendees, and some of the answers were as surprising as they were insightful!
We love hosting these AMAs as it allows us to interact with you, the community, and to answer the questions that you want to hear about. Today, we had the pleasure of hosting an AMA with CryptoDiffer. Just in case you missed it, we’ve created a transcript which you can view below.
The 'Travel Rule' may sound like something pertaining to the aviation industry, but it is actually an essential piece of legislation that financial institutions–now including virtual asset service providers (VASPs) like EQONEX–must observe. Otherwise known as the 'funds transfer recordkeeping regulation,' the Travel Rule requires all financial services providers to transmit certain customer details along with transactions above a determined threshold to the receiving institution.
Our CEO Richard Byworth shares how he got into the crypto space and how Bitcoin will continue to shape the future of finance in a guest seminar for the Unit Masters Program, a 6 week entrepreneurship boot-camp.
Over recent months, cryptocurrency markets have witnessed accelerated growth. As traditional low-risk assets like treasury bills and bank deposits fail to return significant yield, and the mushrooming money supply of the world's global reserve currency fuels rising concern over inflation, cryptocurrencies as hard assets have gained a lot of traction.
Bitcoin rose past $50,000 this week, but how are big corporations reacting? What does institutional investment mean for the asset? The Dubai Eye's Business Breakfast asks Matt Blom, writer of our Daily BTC Analysis and Global Head of Sales Trading at EQONEX.
The cryptocurrency markets have evolved at a rapid pace and, with the recent surge in institutional interest, that growth looks set to accelerate. Yet, as an emerging asset class underpinned by nascent technology, cryptocurrency markets remain largely inefficient and riddled with opaque practices to the detriment of investors. As cryptocurrency reaches the mainstream, the importance of integrity among participants and the need to implement best practices becomes ever more pressing.