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Facebook’s omnipresence in Indonesia raises questions about how Libra will impact retail users.
Draper and the Argentinian president bet that bitcoin would overtake the peso. He might be right.
Bitcoin has done it again, hitting a new 2019 high at $11,788, before retracing slightly.
Square is rolling out bitcoin deposits for its Cash App, supplementing the buy, sell and transfer options.
Decentral aims to perform similar monetary functions for cryptocurrencies as the Federal Reserve does for the U.S. economy.
The SEC has kicked off a public comment period for a proposed ETF backed by bitcoin and T-bills.
Four Democratic House Representatives want to outlaw crypto donations to politicians.
Bitcoin's price topped €10,000 on Tuesday, hitting the highest level seen since late January 2018.
The new feature is easy to activate but may be difficult to execute at scale.
The bitcoin rewards app Lolli is going global in 2019, starting with the travel industry.
LedgerX just got the green light from the CFTC to offer physically settled bitcoin futures to retail investors.
A rogue API caused Synthetix pricing to go wild. A bot profited, but the bot owner rolled back the trades.
Bitcoin's price jump has juiced demand for new mining equipment, with some models on backlog until October.
Walmart China has launched a blockchain-based platform aimed to address food safety concerns in the country.
A Swiss central banker has suggested that Facebook's cryptocurrency project, Libra, is not ruffling any feathers with the regulator, Reuters reports.
Bitcoin’s price rose to fresh 15-month highs today with a key technical indicator pointing to the strongest buying pressure in over two months.
The crowdfunding effort is said to have pushed Kraken's valuation towards $4 billion.
The new self-directed crypto retirement plan features $100 million in insurance protections and lower fees.
JPMorgan Chase is reportedly to start client trials of its "JPM Coin" cryptocurrency for intercompany remittances.
Allowing Facebook to mint its own coin would turn it into the greatest monopoly in history, argues Signature Bank's chairman.