-  News

Tesla’s founder Elon Musk announced on Thursday (AEST) that the company will no longer accept bitcoin as a form of payment due to environmental concerns from the crypto mining’s energy consumption. However, in the official statement presented by Musk’s Twitter account, the CEO addressed that Tesla will not be selling its current holdings of bitcoin valued at approximately $2.5 billion. The company intends

Register for the free event here (Nov 9, 4 pm PST / Nov 10, 11 am AEDT) Hosted by CryptoMondays San Francisco, Jonathan de Wet (Principal, Zerocap), Alex Mashinsky (CEO, Celsius Network), Miko Matsumura (General Partner, Gumi Cryptos) and Mark Friedler (CEO, Gigex) will be discussing digital asset investment themes for 2021 across lending and yield, and how to get involved. The last thirty minutes of the panel will be an opportunity for Q&A. We'll see

Twitter’s Square purchases US$50 million in Bitcoin, believes in its future  Financial service company Square Inc, owned by Twitter’s founder and CEO Jack Dorsey (image below), announced the purchase of 4,709 bitcoins. The investment, approximately US$50 million at the time of purchase, was executed due to Square’s belief in cryptocurrency as an essential asset for economic empowerment in the global monetary system.  “We believe that

After releasing their most recent report "Bitcoin: This is the Hedge", Zerocap was featured in the Financial Review, Australia's top business and finance newspaper. Two of the founding principals, Jon de Wet and Ryan McCall, were interviewed and gave their thoughts on how bitcoin fits into traditional investment portfolios, the current economic environment brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, upcoming inflation and how to