Crypto-currencies and blockchain
6 May

Crypto crime spree sees $356m stolen in Q1 2019

Cyber criminals stole hundreds of millions of dollars from crypto-currency exchanges and infrastructure during the first quarter of 2019.


Death of the data centre: A premature pronouncement?

While the enterprise data centre isn't following the dodo bird into extinction, there is a need for change, modernising and "reimagination".


Jaguar Land Rover plans crypto rewards for driver data

The carmaker will reward drivers who share information on road conditions in crypto-currency.

Apr 17, 2019

SA Bitcoin firm Centbee raises R18.3m funding

The start-up company closes Series A round with entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, founder of Antigua-based investment firm Ayre Ventures.

Apr 15, 2019

The digital transformation opportunity

We're entering a new wave of digital transformation that's being driven by IOT, AI and blockchain. These technologies can be regarded as either a challenge or an opportunity. Businesses can learn how to turn them into the latter.

Apr 4, 2019

Online forex trading trends to look out for

Mobile trading apps, social trading and better regulatory controls are making online forex trading a safer, more user-friendly investment space, says Daniel Kibel, director and founder of CM Trading.

Apr 2, 2019

Power hikes in SA make Bitcoin mining unprofitable

Local players say mining Bitcoin in the country will not be profitable unless miners have their electricity bill subsidised.

Mar 27, 2019

AltCoinTrader in forked coin offensive

The local crypto-currency exchange supports crypto-currency forks as competition in the market heats up.

Mar 15, 2019

Investec, BankservAfrica reveal blockchain-based ID system

Investec, BankservAfrica and uPort demonstrate a digital identity system anchored in the Ethereum blockchain.

Mar 15, 2019

ChainEX launches initial exchange offering platform

The company has partnered with MenaPay for its first IEO, and is selling MPay tokens from 15 March to 15 May.

Mar 8, 2019

Crypto-jacking: A hidden cost for your company

Cyber criminals are using malware to hack into devices and use them to trawl the Web, consuming their resources to mine crypto-currencies.