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Brazil's central bank spent 1.3 million Brazilian reals (USD $250K) over two years building its new database for financial regulators on Quorum, replacing a slow and expensive paper-based system with a fully digitized version.
By moving computer processing away from centralized locations to local devices, edge computing is more dependable in a crisis, says VC Jalak Jobanputra.
Major cryptocurrency markets fell 7 percent over the past 24 hours, with bitcoin (BTC) retreating below $7,000 to $6,807 as of press time.
How technology, geopolitics and the coronavirus crisis are transforming how we share and store value.
Factom, Inc. cut 80 percent of its 10-person staff. “The protocol is going to run whether Factom, Inc. continues or not,” said COO Jay Smith.
Research firm Chainalysis found that even though crypto scammers were seeing high numbers of transactions, this year's dramatic market tumble means their actual profit was a fraction of what it used to be.
The Federal Reserve has opened its lender-of-last-resort spigot and, with unemployment spiking, inflation is on the way. What are your options?
Greenidge Generation, an upstate New York power plant that's using proprietary facility to mine bitcoin, has sold up to 30 percent of its computing power to institutional buyers.
Bitcoin SV, the network that split off from the Bitcoin Cash blockchain in late 2018, has cut its miners’ block reward in half for the first time.
Bitcoin and ether fell slightly Thursday as traditional markets climbed on additional stimulus measures by the U.S. Federal Reserve and Bank of England.
Block.one says the time is right for it to take an active role in the EOS community voting for block producers.
Thousands of new users are turning to bitcoin, according to Kraken and other exchanges, over fears that government stimulus will lead to inflation.
On a day that say $2.3T in new Fed stimulus, Pomp argues that the real answer is investing in entrepreneurs and being willing to let businesses fail
Blockchain Bites: Canaan and Galaxy Digital Report Losses, Fold Joins Visa and Indian Exchange Volume Skyrockets
Today, Canaan and Galaxy Digital reported quarterly losses, Huobi announced a legally compliant way to reenter the U.S. market, and Binance denies stealing $1 million from one of its users.
Telegram’s ongoing court battle with the SEC over its $1.7 billion token offering could put pressure on Congress to move cryptocurrency regulation forward, according to the Blockchain Association.
Will bitcoin move beyond "digital gold"? Is ether viable as money? In 24 charts, CoinDesk Research looks at what happened to crypto assets in the first quarter and what may emerge in the future.
Bitcoin is back above $7,100 and we ask what will happen when the halving comes.It's CoinDesk's Markets Daily podcast.
On this episode, we join Anita Posch as she discusses bitcoin's potential with a self-described "digipreneur" and teacher in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Internet voting tools – including blockchain apps – have fundamental issues, and are not safe for real elections, a multidisciplinary science group told U.S. policy makers.
The listing comes after 3iQ spent several years in dialogue with the Ontario securities regulator.