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The EU central bank said the term stablecoin is potentially "confusing" and "misleading" to consumers.
Bitcoin risks falling into four figures on a continued sell-off in equities and rebounding U.S. dollar.
Veteran futurist Don Tapscott imagines the world in 2030 and finds reasons for optimism in the face of persistent social crisis.
The United States Space Force has engaged blockchain firm Xage Security to develop a new security layer for its communications systems.
A digital euro for retail payments would "ensure that sovereign money remains at the core of European payment systems," according to Legarde.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has reportedly agreed to help the nation's central bank develop infrastructure including a wallet for its cash-equivalent digital currency.
A group of anonymous Uniswap users are hoping to unionize so they may deal with the automated market maker’s (AMM) governance problems that arose after the launch of its governance token UNI last week - which, according to some, was supposed to solve those very same problems.
Michael Weigand faces a five-year maximum sentence for hiding his role with Silk Road from investigators.
Bitfarms boost its mining power by 360 PH with the new lease, set to run for 24 months.
Bitcoin and ether price fell precipitously Monday as markets globally roil in uncertainty.
There is authentic demand for crypto collectibles, called NFTs, but the introduction of yield farming has introduced new issues.
The U.S. OCC has published fresh guidance, officially clarifying national banks can provide services to stablecoin issuers in the U.S.
The massive leak of suspicious activity reports shows how banks let the government know about likely money laundering, then go right on providing services.
For a moment, it looked as if crypto would make a huge stride in Venezuela. But accessing funds from abroad has been difficult.
Craig Wright Must Face Trial Over Alleged $11B Bitcoin Fortune as Request for Summary Judgment Denied
In a case involving the ownership of about 1.1 million bitcoin (worth over $11 billion), the federal court denied Wright’s request for a summary judgment on Monday.
CIA Labs will give officers an outlet to patent and profit from their tech inventions.
Douglas Rushkoff is a futurist and early cypherpunk. His early writings on the internet paved the way for thinking about the web in revolutionary terms. What's changed?
Prices for both Bitcoin and Ether fell sharply in the past 24 hours, after a drop in global equities.
Social Capital, the Silicon Valley venture capital firm started by an early Facebook vice president, has held bitcoin since 2013.
Often demonized for acting self-interestedly, activist investors can bring much needed focus to struggling organizations. In crypto, too.