Transparency

The blockchain is a permanent, read-only, 100% secure registry of every transaction ever performed using a given cryptocurrency.

As such, the level of transparency made possible by public blockchains is unprecedented.

Here we discuss transparency from both the technical and regulatory points of view.

Bitcoin negative yields are impossible by @Cryptobill
Negative yield is an intriguing concept. The whole idea behind paying interests is that your money is worth more today than it is tomorrow. Cash in hand should be worth more than a...
Is BAT (Basic Attention Token) token a ponzi scheme? by @Cryptobill
If you've been following recent cryptocurrency news, then you probably know that Coinbase Pro has listed Basic Attention Token (BAT). While the price has nearly doubled in the p...
Boris Meracha: Cryptocurrencies not outside the law by @Cryptobill
(This is a guest post by Mr. Boris Meracha) The different cryptocurrencies that are currently exchanged in the market do not move outside the multiple businesses that are strivi...
History and importance of Open Source Software in cryptocurrency development by @Cryptobill
Open Source Software (OSS) plays a critically important role in the development of cryptocurrencies, but it is almost always ignored or taken for granted by most crypto users. I...
Tether is backed by Bitcoin converted to U$, not by actual US Dollars by @Cryptobill
A lot of the controversy surrounding the Tether cryptocurrency seems to focus on whether it is fully backed by US Dollar funds or not. Several relevant questions have been posed in...