Since humans invented money, we can reinvent it. Money 3.0 could help us build the kind of society we want.
Bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency, saw its value plunge nearly 75 percent. In December 2017, one bitcoin was worth nearly $20,000. At the close of 2018, it was less than $3,875.
The teacher racked up a bill of more than $2,100.
The price of the cryptocurrency tanked to under $6,000 in the early hours of Tuesday. What will happen next?
"If successful, a decentralized prediction market would be a benefit for society," one expert told Newsweek.
Twitter: "We're testing new measures to challenge accounts that use terms commonly associated with spam."
"I believe Coinbase has engaged in fraud by knowingly marketing a service it knows it cannot actually provide," one complaint said.
The value of the world's most popular cryptocurrency has plunged.
Move over Nigerian email scam, fraudsters have a new sneaky trick.
Venture capitalist believes bitcoin's days may be numbered, but the blockchain will live on.
The cryptocurrency's price fell to as low as $10,105 on Wednesday. At its peak in December last year, one bitcoin was worth almost $20,000.
Owner Mark Cuban invested in cryptocurrency in 2017.
An apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, is the world's first property to be sold on the online ledger.
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