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Bitfinex says fiat and cryptocurrency withdrawals are working normally, but some users say they're seeing delays in getting their funds out.
Fidelity Investments, one of the world's largest financial services providers, is launching a crypto trading and storage platform.
Japanese electronics giant Sony has developed a blockchain-based digital rights management system that may see commercial rollout.
Binance suspended tether withdrawals Monday after pushing back against rumors that the exchange would delist the stablecoin.
Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange OKEx has announced that it is listing four U.S. dollar-pegged cryptocurrencies for trading.
Plattsburgh, New York, is considering stricter requirement for commercial cryptocurrency mining farms operating in the city.
Blockchain startup Adhara, which aims to bring zero knowledge proofs to central bank systems, has secured $15 million in new funding from Consensys.
Bitcoin is solidly bid Monday amid a sell-off of the tether stablecoin, but the bulls still need a move above $7,400 to confirm bullish reversal.
The former chief of China's central bank digital currency initiative has left the role to lead the country's central securities clearing house.
The price of the tether stablecoin (USDT) has fallen to an 18-month low, despite a general rise in the wider crypto markets.
Big Four consultancy KPMG is expanding its blockchain activities beyond pure financial services work to explore a less-traveled path.
Bitcoin's price just jumped by 11 percent within two hours on Monday, pushing its prices above $6,900 for the first time in a month.
A tiny cryptocurrency named faircoin is providing an underground economy across the world.
Bitcoin and the equities markets both took a tumble this week, leaving many to wonder if BTC is more safe haven or risk asset.
Many at San Francisco Blockchain Week are warily reflecting on the lessons of the 2017 token boom, the pride that came before the bear-market fall.
Constantinople, ethereum's next system-wide upgrade, also called a hard fork, did not activate on the Ropsten testnet as planned.
A bit of a debate has revved up about bitcoin's "time warp attack" and whether it's an exploit or an unintended advantage.
Blockstack announced a plan to decentralize the network's corporate structure on Friday.
North Dakota's securities watchdog is again taking action against ICO projects it alleges are operating illegally in the state.
Open-source coders backing the ethereum project now say its next system-wide upgrade, Constantinople, is on track for November release.