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Bermuda announced Wednesday it will accept payments in the USDC stablecoin "for taxes, fees and other government services."
Bitcoin is facing strongest selling pressure since February and has potential to drop below recent lows near $7,750.
The British woman says she received death threats after speaking on a podcast about the alleged Ponzi scheme.
The Libra Association has said the project is undeterred by recent setbacks and expects to sign up 100 partners before it goes live.
The Nasdaq stock exchange has listed an index of crypto’s top 100 coins alongside traditional market bellwethers like the S&P 500 and the Dow.
Terry Gou, Taiwan's richest man and the founder of manufacturing giant Foxconn, wants the island to roll out the red carpet for Facebook's Libra.
XRP has been on the offensive, having ended a 3.5-month-long downtrend with a move to three-week highs.
With an AI system trawling 850,000,000 tweets a day, the eToro product calibrates an optimal coin portfolio based on Crypto Twitter sentiment.
Members of the public have another 21 days to send the SEC comments on a proposed ETF backed by bitcoin and Treasury bonds.
Ten vehicles have been outfitted with geofencing and blockchain capabilities to monitor their fuel efficiency in low-emission zones.
Satoshi, noun, “The smallest monetary unit in the bitcoin digital payment system, equal to one hundred millionth of a bitcoin," enters the OED.
CoinDesk sat down with MyCrypto CEO Taylor Monaghan at Devcon 5 to discuss her crypto journey.
The government-backed program will bring trade and contract data into distributed ledgers.
The blockchain analytics provider now offers a window into the data of more than 87 percent of the top 100 cryptocurrencies.
A vertically integrated startup has raised $30 million to bring bitcoin mining back to the U.S.
Libra, says Stefan Ingves, is forcing central banks to re-consider their primary product: money.
A long-term bitcoin chart indicator has turned bullish for the first time in three years, though it's had little impact on prices.
“Enterprises will not go on to the public mainnet without privacy and security," EY's Paul Brody told Coindesk.
Bitcoin halvings normally result in price increases. Maybe not this time.
Two years in the making and already backed by some $20 million in digitized gold, CoinShares announced the DGLD token Tuesday.