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For a panel about a proposed cryptocurrency, Tuesday's Senate Facebook hearing was light on actual crypto talk.
Cuba highlights the difference between bitcoin and corporate token projects like Facebook's Libra.
“The issuance of a currency does not belong in the hands of a private company," according to Germany's finance minister.
Polkadot will be launching an experimental "canary network" called Kusama for early application testing and development.
CoinDesk LIVE presents opinions and commentary on Libra's hard road ahead. Join six experts and our own editors for a detailed discussion of the future of Mark Zuckerberg's cryptocurrency.
Facebook blockchain exec David Marcus told lawmakers he would be willing to accept 100 percent of his salary in Libra.
Facebook's hearing in front of the U.S. Senate is live online and we will be running commentary all day.
Stablecoin issuer Tether accidentally created $5 billion-worth of its USDT stablecoin at the weekend, before promptly destroying them again.
Former CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler believes Facebook's Libra looks – and should be regulated like – a security.
A new IMF paper suggests that cash and bank deposits could be left behind as digital money and fiat-pegged cryptos see greater adoption.
Another tranche of stolen funds have hit exchanges and are being turned into fiat.
The widely tracked MACD bitcoin price indicator has turned bearish for the first time in seven months.
Binance is "working with local partners" on the launch of a branch in South Korea, CEO Changpeng Zhao has reportedly said.
These three blockchain firms are offering discounts in honor of the Amazon ecommerce extravaganza.
U.S. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy has argued for the use of blockchain networks in protecting users' data from "exploitation."
They don't exist yet, but you can soon buy Polkadot tokens from CoinFLEX via a new mechanism: the initial futures offering (IFO).
Altonomy, a trading desk and cloud mining company, has raised $7 million in equity investment.
“There are two big trends reflecting the size of this quarter’s buyback. The first is a rapidly strengthening market for digital assets and the other is the increasing popularity of our entire product line," said Huobi Group CEO, Leon Li.
Craig Wright may or may not be Satoshi Nakamoto but his appearance in court doesn't bode well for the cryptographer.
In a press conference Monday, Mnuchin voiced the Trump administration's concerns with Facebook's Libra and cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.