Where did Bitcoin come from? Who created it and why? What is its purpose? Could one person have really created it? These are common questions within the cryptocurrency community. In this post, we’ll explain why the creator of Bitcoin might have chosen to remain anonymous.
Where did Bitcoin come from? Who created it and why? What is its purpose? Could one person have really created it? These are common questions within the cryptocurrency community. In this post, what we know about the creator of Bitcoin.
In this post, we want to let you know why we need to know your identity when you open a Luno account. Luno only uses your information to provide you with a safe, regulated service. Verifying your account is quick and simple. You can do it via the Luno app for iOS and Android, or online.
We’re excited to announce that our customers have now opened 2 million Luno wallets. Each little (or big) bit of Bitcoin or Ethereum someone buys through Luno is much more than a simple purchase. It's a vote for a new system. We want to say thank you to everyone who has been part of Luno's mission so far. Whether you've been with us since 2013 or joined this week, you're part of the journey. Having you onboard is an essential part of upgrading the world to a better financial system.
At Luno, our team is 40% female and we're working on achieving an equal split. But diversity is not just about numbers. It's also about ensuring everyone's voice is heard, and everyone has equal opportunities.
As part of Woman's Month, we're celebrating some inspiring members of the Luno team.
Bitcoin is notorious for its volatile pricing, which goes through huge swings up and down in the span of days, hours or even minutes. But what causes this? Is Bitcoin itself just a bit fickle? No, it just has some unusual features. In this post, we delve into the causes of Bitcoin’s volatility.