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Jet8 is taking a new approach to social media and data ownership using blockchain.
Bucking a trend, Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) wrote a letter praising Libra as a technological advance that he feels is needed.
No mention of Libra.
Our first Tokyo meetup, held with our friends at CoinDesk Japan, brought together investors, devs, and crypto lovers.
A senior economist at Sweden's Riksbank says central banks need to "keep up" with cryptocurrency advancements like Libra and XRP.
Telegram is pushing back against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The French finance minister has said Libra is an "unacceptable" challenge to state sovereignty and suggested political motives behind the project.
Bank of America, the second-largest U.S. bank, has discreetly tested out Ripple’s distributed ledger technology – and may be planning to do more with it.
The system records the weight and location of the scallops as they are taken from the ocean and tracks them across the supply chain.
Bitcoin is looking increasingly weak, having closed below $8,000 on rising trading volumes Wednesday.
Purported crypto and forex investment firm Circle Society is accused by the CFTC of operating like a Ponzi scheme.
For many of these bitcoin users, crypto payments are merely a last resort and fiat transfers are still generally easier.
Federal Reserve governor Lael Brainard delivered a sharp critique of Libra, which would need to resolve many regulatory hurdles before going live.
Samsung SDS is expecting to roll out a blockchain-based medical claims processing system this month.
Investors can choose to approve the extension or get 77 percent of their money back.
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Rob Kaplan says the U.S. dollar faces increasing threats to its status as the global reserve currency.
A French central banker is calling for a global regulatory framework on crypto assets.
Two former ranking members of the CFTC offered up a plan for a government-sanctioned, blockchain-based digital dollar.
A U.S. federal grand jury indicted a South Korean citizen for operating a child porn site, funded by millions dollars worth of bitcoin.
The Atlantic island is rolling out the first phase of a national digital identification system built on blockchain tech.