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Bithumb, one of the largest crypto exchanges in South Korea by trading volume, confirmed a hack of $31 million worth of cryptos on its platform today.
ICON is gearing up for its token swap which will see its ERC20 tokens exchanged for mainnet ICX coins.
The founder of a smaller cryptocurrency called Tron is acquiring BitTorrent for $120 million and social media is alight over the real reason "why."
For Lloyd Blankfein, bitcoin just isn't his thing.
BitTorrent said it has "no plans to enable mining of cryptocurrency now or in the future" in a statement on Tuesday.
Brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev is hoping to make a splash in the digital advertising supply chain with the help of blockchain technology.
Blockchain startup Circle released its cryptocurrency listing criteria for its trading and investment platforms on Tuesday.
John McAfee said in a tweet early this morning that he is "no longer working with ICOs" nor promoting them because of "threats" from SEC.
Tron saw double-digit gains Tuesday after announcing it acquired BitTorrent for $140 million.
IBM iX and ad software provider Mediaocean are forming a blockchain consortium aimed to solve some of the biggest issues in advertising.
Buying, selling, trading and settlement of cryptocurrencies is now illegal without a license, according to a statement from Cambodian authorities.
The man in charge of China's quest to research and deploy distributed ledgers outlines his view on the breakthroughs of bitcoin and potential of DLT.
A former Indian politician allegedly involved in a $1.3 million bitcoin extortion case has been declared a "proclaimed offender" by a local court.
Despite the bearish chart setup, bitcoin rose to a six-day high on Monday, putting a corrective rally to $7,000 back on the map
Japan's Financial Service Agency is further cracking down on what it considers lax compliance with AML rules at larger, licensed exchanges.
While the thought may disappoint cypherpunks, the first step of a transition toward a true "money of the people" will be implemented by central banks.
A group of hackers have allegedly colluded with computer maintenance firms in China to hack into computers owned by internet cafes to mine cryptos.
Blockstream researcher Andrew Poelstra's efforts to create a more private bitcoin aren't about extremes, but about protecting the everyman.
The CEO of UBS Group AG endorsed blockchain technology in an interview, suggesting that it is "almost a must" for business.
Over the weekend, transactions on the live EOS blockchain came to a complete – yet temporary – halt.