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I’m going to start by telling you all a story which has huge significance for digital currencies. I was in a pub down south with a friend. A little while later, another gentleman came in who my friend knew. After introductions the new arrival asked me “ What do you do then?” I replied that […]
Scotcoin has been around since 2013, but has been on the Counterparty Protocol since November 2014. That means that in just a few days we will be celebrating the 5 year anniversary of what we call V2 Scotcoin. We want to share our delight at being the longest surviving Country Coin and the fact that […]
Watch this interview with Temple Melville, where he shares an overview of SCOTCOIN and SCOTCOIN CIC with information on how you can get started with cryptocurrency >
Join us for the next of our legendary meet ups – this time in EDINBURGH. Chat about cryptocurrency, pick up a copy of our book, find out more about the latest news from Scotcoin. Meetup Date: Tuesday 15th October 2019 @ 6:30pmVenue: Library Gallery, 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh EH9 1PL BOOK HERE > Scotcoin Meetup
Article by Scotcoin’s own Temple Melville published in City AM on 28/8/19 Cryptocurrencies are almost as old as money itself. Indeed, crypto simply means concealed or secret. So the first man (or woman) who tried to exchange some rocks for a sheep could be said to have been using a crypto currency. Up to that […]
A pleasure to announce that Scotcoin has been awarded the ‘Most Community-Focused Digital Currency Platform 2019 – Scotland’, by the CV Magazine’s Corporate Excellence Awards 2019.
On July 31, the FCA issued its settled policy statement on cryptocurrencies in a document titled “PS19/22: Guidance on Cryptoassets.” The document represents an updated version of a consultation paper on crypto assets that was first released for public comment in January 2019, and intends to bring more regulatory clarity to existing types of digital assets. In essence it describes 3 […]
Life has moved on a great deal since those days, and not least because, slowly but surely, people are carrying less and less cash on them. Only a couple of years ago, the Royal Mint didn’t produce ANY 20p pieces or £2 coins. Why? Because the fall in their use had meant they didn’t need […]
Blockchain has moved on since we started this journey. If Bitcoin was first generation Blockchain, Hyperledger was second generation. We are now into THIRD generation, which is described as permissioned decentralized blockchain. Libra, Facebook’s offering in the digital currency space is exactly that, and Microsoft is clearly committed to blockchain technology. That being the case, […]