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Buyer beware: the difference between ì and i can mean the loss of a few thousand dollars if you're not careful.
TheraCann and StrainSecure have teamed up to turn pot DNA into intellectual property.
The U.S. House Financial Services Committee has scheduled a hearing on Facebook's libra cryptocurrency for July 17, one day after the Senate holds its hearing.
The brothers two allegedly embezzled over $100 million over a multi-year scam.
Hackers used two simple Mozilla vulnerabilities to spear-phish Coinbase employees.
Prime Minister Muscat announced the proposed initiative during a Radio One interview.
As Russia's cryptocurrency bill inches towards being finalized, a government official has suggested that trading might be allowed.
Interbank messaging giant SWIFT will soon allow DLT-based trade platforms to make use of its GPI platform for traceable, near-instant payments.
Michael Arrington has also dived into blockchain capital investments with his $100m firm, Arrington XRP Capital.
Facebook is seeking a data professional to work on its crypto wallet Calibra, as well as a policy specialist to help with regulatory hurdles.
Bitcoin appears to be powering to the best second quarter price gain on record and the best quarterly performance overall since late 2017.
The Bank for International Settlements has expressed concerns over the expected disruption as big tech firms like Facebook enter the financial space.
This Ethereum Lottery Perfectly Explains How Facebook’s Big Corporate Backers Will Profit from Crypto
This is a post about a lossless DAI lottery called PoolTogether. But it's really about how Facebook's Libra project will make money for its big backers.
The buck stops with Zuck in the looming fight between the world's governments and Facebook over Libra.
Bitcoin has broken yet another 2019 record, reaching as high as $11,284, before conceding to a short-term period of profit taking.
The botnet enters through the Android Debug Bridge port and spreads through SSH.
Bitcoin developer Mark "Murch" Erhardt tells CoinDesk about the most surprising interaction he ever had in his years of running the Bitcoin Stack Exchange. Turns out the crypto world *is* that small!
The SEC should focus more on fraud prevention than if an asset is a security, as fraud can be committed with securities too, argues David Weisberger.
With the goal of boosting adoption, these four projects are building tools that advance privacy on ethereum.
Staking is getting attention for all the wrong reasons, and it’s time to re-examine its role, argues Decred's Jake Yocom-Piatt.