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  • The crypto tidal wave continues...

    Barclays' Derek White on bitcoin and blockchain

    businessinsider.com 03 Sep '15, 10am

    Barclays Barclays Chief Design and Digital Officer Derek White. Like pretty much every other major bank at the moment , Barclays is very interested in the potential of the blockchain, the technology that underpins bitcoin. The Sunday Times reported this week that Barclays is planning ...

  • Singapore's ruling party in unprecedented electoral contest

    businessinsider.com 01 Sep '15, 6am

    SINGAPORE (AP) — Singapore's political parties have officially started campaigning for general elections in which the ruling People's Action Party (PAP) faces contests in all available seats for the first time in the island-nation's history. Campaigning will end on Sept. 9, two days b...

  • Singapore to hold election Sept. 11 in test of ruling party

    businessinsider.com 25 Aug '15, 9am

    SINGAPORE (AP) — Singapore will hold a general election on Sept. 11, the government announced Tuesday, in what is expected to be a tight contest for the ruling party, which has dominated politics in the city-state for 50 years but is now facing growing disaffection among citizens. The...

  • Bitcoin CEO's arrest leaves trail of unanswered questions

    Bitcoin CEO's arrest leaves trail of unanswered questions

    businessinsider.com 23 Aug '15, 7am

    © JIJI PRESS/AFP/File Jiji Press Police remove evidence from the house of Mark Karpeles, the head of defunct Bitcoin exchange MtGox, in Tokyo on August 3, 2015 Tokyo (AFP) - The arrest of MtGox boss Mark Karpeles has begun to shed light on the defunct Bitcoin exchange after hundreds o...

  • Singapore to hold general election

    businessinsider.com 25 Aug '15, 7am

    Singapore (AFP) - President Tony Tan dissolved Singapore's parliament on Tuesday at the request of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who is seeking a fresh mandate from voters worried over immigration and the high cost of living in a slowing economy. The ruling People’s Action Party, in...

  • The cheapest handbag sold by the most luxurious brands are too expensive

    Here's the least you need to pay to own one of these luxury handbags

    businessinsider.com 18 Aug '15, 2pm

    REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni An employee holds an Hermes diamond and Himalayan Nilo Crocodile Birkin handbag at Heritage Auctions offices in Beverly Hills, California September 22, 2014. The handbag has 242 diamonds with a total of 9.84 carats. It's easy to lump all Gucci's and all Louis Vui...

  • Greece is planning to install 1000 Bitcoin ATMs

    Greece to install 1000 bitcoin ATMs

    businessinsider.com 20 Aug '15, 3am

    Greek interest in bitcoin spiked earlier this summer amid fears that Greece would exit the euro, resulting in a price surge for the world's most expensive cryptocurrency. Marinos claims to have received requests from 300 shops in Greece for bitcoin ATMs to be installed on their premis...

  • The 21 biggest bitcoin mining companies

    businessinsider.com 13 Aug '15, 11am

    Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images The race is on. Flashy startups like Coinbase, Circle, Blockchain, and BitPay are some of the most famous companies in bitcoin. But arguably more important are the miners — individuals and organisations who form the core backbone of bitcoin, ensuring...

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