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ABS has invested a "significant" amount in TradeWindow, a startup working to put trade finance on a blockchain.
This healthcare startup is still growing, and attracting investment, long after raising $7.2 million in a 2017 token sale.
The U.K. Department for Work and Pensions is investigating distributed ledger technology as a way to boost its payments systems.
Bitcoin now needs to break above $13,200 to revive the stalled bull market, a key monthly chart pattern suggests.
Blade, a crypto derivatives exchange that hasn't yet launched, has already won backing from major investors including Coinbase.
A more detailed U.N. report says North Korea is attacking banks via the SWIFT network, hacking crypto exchanges and cryptojacking.
The Bitfury Group has launched an artificial intelligence division with the aim of creating value out of the vast amounts of data now available.
Crypto exchange Bitex wants to decrease costs associated with cross-border banking using the bitcoin blockchain.
Poloniex allowed margin trading on the coin until a flash crash wiped out 1,800 bitcoins worth $13.5 million at the time
Following the ruling, PlexCorps must disgorge $4.56 million in addition to some $350,000 in interest.
Amazon adds Managed Blockchain solution to its cloud storage services.
Congressional researchers detailed the current state of energy consumption related to cryptocurrency mining and potential regulations for the energy-intensive process.
Korea Prepaid Card is the second largest investor in BaaS firm Bezant.
In total, investors, users, and exchanges have lost some $4.3 billion from illicit activity.
Kik CEO Ted Livingston discussed his company's legal fight with the SEC on CoinDesk Live last week.
The SEC extended the time it would have to make a decision on three different bitcoin ETF proposals Monday.
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A new report from Electric Capital identifies which blockchains are attracting developer activity.
The trio sold their products on the dark web and shipped as far as Australia.
The blockchain startup that supported local economies will repurchase approximately 54 million tokens from its ICO sale.