Some might call this dedication. We're calling this are-you-frigging-kidding-me.
When I jokingly tweeted about "investing in Dogecoin" in late 2013, I never imagined that the tongue-in-cheek cryptocurrency I had just brought into the world would still be around in the year 2018, let alone hit a $2 billion market cap like it just did over the weekend.
Nothing is beyond the hypothetical reach of blockchain as a revolutionary force. These predictions are easy to sell because blockchain is still little-understood. If you don't quite know what blockchain is, it's easier to imagine that it is whatever you want it to be.
Want to pick up some Bitcoin with your beer? Cryptocurrency teller machines across the country are making that a reality.
To understand where cryptocurrency is going, I journeyed into the dark world of crypto-collectible Beanie Babies that bang.
A best case scenario would look like a "Matrix"-esque hellscape and still require hundreds of people.
The Crypto Castle is a living-space-slash-party-house for some of tech's youngest currency millionaires. We went there in the middle of Bitcoin's wild run.
The chief executive of a UK-based Bitcoin exchange called EXMO has reportedly been kidnapped in Ukraine.
The far right sought a way to evade the government and tech-firm control. What they found was profit.
A company with 18 employees, no revenue and a disconnected phone number saw it's stock surge 1000%.
In search of "brownstone money" on the cryptocurrency roller coaster.
Surfing through the web back in October, I stumbled upon an odd but genuinely fascinating contraption: a Russian cryptocurrency miner that leverages the heat it generates from stacking Ethereum to keep your room warm.
North Korea is essentially bankrupt, so opening a Coinbase wallet was never going to be the right approach. Instead, the country has taken advantage of its skill sets to steal bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies from around the world.
Last night on "Late Night," Seth Meyers shared this commercial he saw that explains what Bitcoin is and how it works.
Charlie Lee, the former director of engineering at Coinbase, is selling almost all of his holdings in Litecoin (LTC), the cryptocurrency that he founded in 2011.
As bitcoin climbs to record values, many people are wishing they had invested in the currency sooner — while dozens of men who did buy it are giving it to a woman they've never met.
Just four hours after finally supporting Bitcoin Cash, Coinbase has suspended trading of the digital currency.
Current trends say generating new bitcoins will use all the power in the world by 2020. That might not happen, but the technical issues aren't going away.
Hoo boy, did I blow it. Today, the Bitcoin I sold for about $140 would be worth more than $15,000, and cryptomania has seized the entire world.
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