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AT&T's motion to dismiss Michael Terpin's case was largely dismissed by a California court on Monday.
The stage looks set for a further drop to below $9,000, albeit after a minor bounce.
The confiscated horde is now worth more than $15 million.
The Malta Financial Services Authority released a statement on Tuesday, unveiling industry recommendations on security token offerings within the country.
A recent report from Silicon Valley-based Anchain AI wonders out loud whether funds were purposely pilfered by insiders, challenging FCoin’s official line claiming a data error was to blame.
Payments firm Ripple has given MoneyGram over $11 million dollars in the past half year, according to regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
IOTA's 12-day outage shows the crypto markets aren't rational, at least not yet.
The Bank of Canada does not see the need to create a central bank digital currency unless a competitor – like Libra – starts dethroning the existing fiat.
Is it about self-sovereignty? About BTC as a reserve asset? Or are we just Chicken Little prophets of doom?
Bitcoin fights to rise above $10K while a new crypto bank rises in Wyoming. It's Markets Daily from CoinDesk.
Revolut raised $500 million, but did not specify if any of the funding will go toward improving its cryptocurrency offering.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis plans to ask financial institutions whether they conducted any crypto trades with foreigners in 2019.
Crypto should work within the existing regulatory structure around securities, rather than reinvent a whole new system.
The new listing makes inverse trackers widely accessible to European retail investors.
Polkadot will be the first non-ethereum blockchain to integrate Chainlink.
FTX claims its high-growth rate justifies its billion-dollar valuation.
The Inland Revenue Department is considering how best to change its tax regimen so that cryptocurrencies aren't at a disadvantage.
Diginex aims to merge with publicly traded firm 8i Enterprises, clearing the path for a backdoor listing on Nasdaq.
Bitcoin has formed a bearish head-and-shoulders pattern with neckline support at $9,400.
The Russian mining and smelting giant will issue metal-backed tokens on Atomyze, a Hyperledger-based blockchain platform.