Tagged: Bitcoin

Cryptocurrency Market Gaining Acceptance

Cryptocurrency Market Gaining Acceptance

Banking & FinanceTechnology & Telecom

More businesses around the world are accepting cryptocurrency — or digital money — as payment, more people are using ATMs that dispense one of its best-known forms, and more of those people are baby boomers. read more >

Crime and Punishment (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Crime and Punishment (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionBanking & FinanceLegalTechnology & TelecomEditor's Note

Tracking bitcoin transfers requires high-level expertise in blockchain technology, but knowing that money has been moved from one state-of-the-art safe to another is one thing; getting the money out is another. read more >

A Bitcoin ATM Company With Little Rock Roots

A Bitcoin ATM Company With Little Rock Roots

Banking & FinanceTechnology & Telecom

Coinsource of Fort Worth sells bitcoins through nearly 400 special ATM kiosks at gas stations and convenience stores across the country, including two in the Little Rock area and another in Fayetteville. read more >

Cryptojacking Is Trend to Watch

Cryptojacking Is Trend to Watch

Banking & FinanceLegalTechnology & Telecom

Cryptojacking, the unauthorized use of others’ computers to "mine" cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, has surpassed the use of ransomware as the top cybercrime. read more >

Bit by Bit, Digital Financing Coming to Little Rock

Bit by Bit, Digital Financing Coming to Little Rock

Banking & FinanceTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Two Little Rock technology companies, MobX and Freedom Coin Inc., say Arkansas is on the cusp of seeing its first “initial coin offering,” a new way for startups and individuals to raise capital for businesses and projects. read more >

NFL's Darren McFadden Learns Lesson From Financial Fumble

NFL's Darren McFadden Learns Lesson From Financial Fumble

LegalCover Story

In June, Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden filed a lawsuit accusing his former family friend and financial adviser, Michael Vick of Pulaski County, of “gross incompetence, self-dealing and outright theft” of more than $15 million. read more >