Bitt backs out of Bitcoin, Abed’s a believer

“I believe every single person across the Caribbean at one point or another will require access to a cryptocurrency exchange.” – Gabriel Abed.

New email scam targets XXX viewers

Above: Computer user with coffee. Photo courtesy DepositPhotos. In my inbox there’s an email threatening to release incriminating videos of me to all of my email […]

Divorcing Blockchain from Bitcoin

Above: Ajmal Nazir, Glenn McKnight, Randall DeFrietas, Peter George and Nigel Romano, panelists at the TTIGF discussion. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. Published in NewsdayTT’s Business Day […]

Why Bitcoin will not solve the Caribbean’s financial inclusion woes

Above: BitCoin as gold standard. Image by ulchik74/DepositPhotos Niel Harper wrote this analysis for his Linked-In profile. It is reproduced here by courtesy of the author. What […]

The Blockchain as business lubricator

Above: Marla Dukharan of Bitt speaking at the T&T Chamber of Commerce meeting on digital currencies. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1115 for October 17, 2017 Navin Seeterram, […]

Ericsson launches Blockchain Data Integrity on Predix platform

Ericsson Blockchain Data Integrity is now commercially available on GE’s Predix platform for building industrial applications. It provides fully auditable, compliant and trustworthy data to Predix […]

Can digital currencies open the doors to the Internet Economy for the Caribbean?

Using digital currencies to increase Caribbean participation in the Internet Economy By Shiva Bissessar B.Sc. (Hons) MBA M.Sc., Managing & Technical Director, Pinaka Technology Solutions Abstract […]

On Bitcoin and beyond

BitDepth#942 for June 24 It started as a discussion in two parts about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but it soon became a micro-referendum on the basic […]