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At least 45 crypto and blockchain startups including ConsenSys and Ciphertrace received US Paycheck Protection Program loans, new filings show.
Arca, a Los Angeles money manager, has launched a new fund on Ethereum, E-Gold claims the government suppressed evidence in its case, and Expedia is taking bitcoin.
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The world's largest payment network is looking for an Ethereum developer to help work on a new blockchain-based application.
The digital advertising token briefly became bigger than ether in the decentralized finance space, thanks to popular lending protocol Compound.
After nearly 20 months of back-and-forth, the Los Angeles money manager finally cleared what appears to be the first regulated fund represented by digital shares.
The subsidiary of cryptocurrency exchange Kraken has obtained a U.K. license allowing it to operate its derivatives platform in the EU.
Add the U.S. presidential election to the growing list of volatility drivers as the bitcoin market enters the second half of 2020.
Bitcoin’s positive correlation with stocks continues Monday, with the cryptocurrency drawing bids alongside gains in global equities.
Fantom is launching a pilot to help combat Afghanistan's counterfeit drugs problem using its blockchain to trace products along the supply chain.
Charles Hoskinson, IOHK's CEO, will become an advisor to Wave Financial as part of the deal.
The CEO of cryptocurrency investment firm VaultAge Solutions has forced into bankruptcy while on the run from angry investors.
The blockchain-based travel agency's partnership comes as booking rates surge from their COVID-19 lows.
Noelle Acheson looks at the potential influence of Generation Z on how institutional crypto asset markets will evolve.
Working with new media changes the creative process, according to this painter and video game creator.
To decrease wealth inequality, one passionate financial adviser argues why financial education needs different content, from different voices, delivered through different channels.
“The vulnerability does not allow the stealing of RVN or assets that you own and control, but the minting did create RVN that should not exist,” said developer Tron Black.
A Bitcoin Core dev and her exchange partner discuss Bitcoin and privacy and how to incentivize more developers to contribute to the protocol.
The grant will also allow Oxfam to scale the project across the Pacific region and explore its potential in sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean.