Bitcoin’s biggest rally in more than a week has pushed it to the brink of $12 000, a key level watched by chartists and technicians.
I’m often asked — by non-crypto-loving people, obviously – what blockchain actually does. Or whether it does anything at all. Or why the man in the street should even care. By Riccardo Spagni.
The subset of digital assets dubbed privacy coins, which have long delighted libertarians and frustrated law enforcement, are feeling the pinch of a step up in regulation.
Monero lead maintainer and Tari co-founder Riccardo Spagni returns to the TechCentral podcast for a wide-ranging discussion about the great cryptocurrency crash of 2018 and the importance of privacy in the digital age.
Hackers are illegally generating monero, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies by exploiting a software flaw that was leaked from the US government, according to new research.
I am often asked what the best way for someone to invest passively in the cryptocurrency market might be. What coin should they buy or what options do they have if they don’t want to worry about everyday price
In this episode of the TechCentral podcast, Duncan McLeod interviews Felix Honigwachs, CEO of GloBee, a global cryptocurrency payment provider founded by South African cryptocurrency and blockchain expert Riccardo
In this episode of the TechCentral podcast, editor Duncan McLeod talks to Riccardo Spagni, lead maintainer of the monero cryptocurrency project, and Naveen Jain, his co-founder in a new consortium that’s building an
A consortium co-founded by Riccardo Spagni, the South African blockchain and cryptocurrency expert who is lead maintainer of monero, has announced a new open-source blockchain protocol built specifically for digital
Bitcoin is losing its lustre with some of its earliest and most avid fans — criminals — giving rise to a new breed of virtual currency. Privacy coins such as monero, designed to avoid tracking, have climbed faster over the past two months