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Officials from the Ministry of Economy and Finance's income tax office have reportedly been reviewing the proposal.
Get your Fourth Industrial Revolution hardhats on. CoinDesk is at Davos to guide you through all things blockchain and crypto at this yearly confab of global leaders and their hangers-on.
Jonathan Wilkins, a co-founder of Blockstream, is joining up-and-coming bitcoin brokerage River Financial as Chief Security Officer.
The report from an Israeli organisation claims the group used bitcoin to avoid sanctions, offer a degree of anonymity to donors and enable cross-border money transfers.
The bitcoin fund is being launched by micro-investment app provider Raiz Invest Australia.
Bitcoin's dramatic overnight fall from $9,200 is telling a tale of buyer exhaustion.
For its first full year of operations, Argo says it generated just over $11 million in revenue
China-based RenrenBit has disclosed it took $600,000 in net income from revenue of $2.3 million in 2019.
Corporate documents reveal new details about the ouster of Bitmain co-founder Ketuan "Micree" Zhan.
Sheila Warren, the head of blockchain for the WEF, argues the technology needs a set of principles for staving off potential misuse.
Earlier this week, the Let's Talk Bitcoin! Show gathered to discuss decentralization in blockchain projects and the historical context of decentralized organizations.
Three class action lawsuits alleging Bitfinex and Tether manipulated the bitcoin market have been combined in federal court, with the stablecoin issuer promising to fight the claims.
All kinds of groups are developing for lightning, the likely future of bitcoin payments. Here's a guide to notable players and projects.
When world leaders gather in Davos next week, they'll confront an essential question, says Circle's Jeremy Allaire: Can they seize blockchain's ability to create value for people around the world?
Crypto Capital co-founder Reginald Fowler pleaded guilty to operating an unlicensed money transmission business Friday. Additional charges were dropped.
Financial advisor and crypto advocate Tyrone Ross joins for hot takes on financial advisors, DeFi and the most important company in crypto.
Canada's top financial watchdog has told crypto exchanges they will be subject to securities law if they act as custodians to users' digital assets.
The lens of decentralization reveals a number of elephants in the room that world leaders at the WEF are missing.
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Telegram launched its token sale because it was "short on cash" to pay for servers, the SEC said.