New bitcoins are created during the digital process of verifying transactions. Here’s how it works.
Cryptocurrency might not be coming to a bank near you—yet. But bitcoin ATMs are springing up across central Indiana and the nation, and some tech leaders say that, within a decade, cryptocurrency could be more life-altering than the internet.
The effort, dubbed “Operation Cryptosweep,” is being coordinated by the North American Securities Administrators Association.
Sells Group is finding unique ways to combine cryptocurrency and blockchain technology with some of its more traditional digital marketing offerings.
Indiana’s first Bitcoin ATM, which recently debuted at an Irvington e-cigarette emporium called World of Vapor, is either a glimpse of Indiana’s cyber-money future or an anachronism. Or perhaps both.