What is a blockchain? Distributed ledger technology underlies cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and could be the future of money, security, and online privacy. But there's also a ton of hype.
Stable digital currencies—and particularly Facebook’s plans to launch one—have central bankers playing defense.
The US could someday try to crack down on cryptocurrency by calling certain users financial institutions. Critics say that would be a terrible idea.
A popular cryptocurrency service that may appear to enhance anonymity actually doesn’t, according to new research.
Complying with regulators could mean the difference between going mainstream and remaining forever on the margins of the global financial system.
The next wave of digital transformation is here. Demand for seamless end user experiences and the need to build new business models coupled with the rise of exponential technologies such as cloud, AI, 5G, blockchain and quantum, amongst others, is reshaping business platforms and architectures.