The bitcoin paid to a California car dealership in 2013 would now be worth $4.1 million.
The Canadian central bank would be a better steward of financial data than private stablecoin issuers, according to one deputy governor.
“We’ve done a lot of the upfront thinking to consider how we might pay employees should they ask to be paid in Bitcoin,” said Ned Segal.
The D.C.-based advocacy group just raised millions for its ongoing research and lobbying efforts. Here’s how the numbers broke down.
Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy, applies his training in thermodynamics to Bitcoin in an exclusive interview with Bitcoin pioneer and futurist Austin Davis