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Bitcoin has potential for a small price bounce after hitting two-week lows early on Thursday.
The liquidator for the collapsed New Zealand-based crypto exchange Cryptopia now has $7.2 million on balance for potential user refunds. Finding out who's owed what, though, is proving a tough task.
What would the late former Federal Reserve Chair Paul Volcker have thought about digital currencies issued by central banks?
The Dutch government is about to get tougher with fraudulent schemes involving banking apps and cryptocurrencies.
Circle laid off about 10 employees in its latest effort to cut costs. The move follows a round of 30 layoffs in May.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Shopin and its founder Eran Eyal with fraud after a $42 million initial coin offering. The SEC announced Wednesday that Eyal had been charged with defrauding investors by selling unregistered securities in the form of Shopin Tokens. While Eyal was supposed to develop a platform which […]
It could be a harbinger of a radical shift in social media infrastructure, depending on the execution.
The crypto-sphere shows disdain for journalism, believing that technology is better at revealing truth. It isn't.
Kraken Security Labs said crypto hardware wallet KeepKey is not doing enough to protect customers from physical attacks, saying it was able to get into the system using a $75 device.
Keeping in the cypherpunk spirit, Square Crypto has issued a grant to pseudonymous developer ZmnSCPxj for Lightning and bitcoin research.
With markets continuing their slide, today we're looking at NIke's recent tokenized shoe patent and the ECB's digital currency discussions. Later, we're joined by CoinDesk analyst Galen Moore for some insight into exchange fees, token listings and more...
Supercomputer giant NEC is teaming up with a quantum computer manufacturer to create practical applications for the cutting-edge tech.
Consensys, the ethereum blockchain development company with hubs around the globe, has shut down key operations in India and the Philippines.
An interview with Finn Brunton, the author of two books about the cultural history of digital currencies.
As the blockchain stack matures, we’ll look back on 2019 as the start of the blockchain adoption journey.
The New York Department of Financial Services has outlined a new approach to approving what coins crypto exchanges can list in the Empire State.
The Bitfury Group has made what it calls a “strategic acquisition” in decentralized credential provider Shyft Network as it prepares to build out government-facing identity products.
Digital Asset has raised $35 million in Series C funding, signaling a comeback for the seminal enterprise blockchain startup.
2019 saw a shift from dabbling in blockchain (just to make the trip) to applying the technology to solve problems.
The chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Jay Clayton, says his agency is taking a "measured" regulatory stance on "promising" blockchain tech.