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U.S. presidential hopeful Andrew Yang has laid out his campaign's policy position on cryptocurrencies.
Bittrex is not telling the full story about its BitLicense denial, a New York Department of Financial Services official writes.
MakerDAO token holders approved a 3 percent fee increase on the programmatic loan system issuing DAI tokens. Yet token holders appear to be more divided on how high of an increase is warranted for the MakerDAO system.
The Reserve Bank of India is setting up a regulatory sandbox for fintech startups – but crypto projects are excluded.
Ledger's crypto custody venture with Japanese bank Nomura may take longer than expected to launch, the startup's president said.
The average fees required to send a bitcoin transaction are on the rise again, hitting their highest level in nearly a year in early April.
The owner of the New York Stock Exchange, ICE, is reportedly eyeing a New York license for its long-delayed crypto exchange Bakkt.
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance released details of how its native token BNB will soon be moved from ethereum to its native public blockchain.
Online payments giant PayPal has been awarded a patent for a technique that could detect a type of crypto malware and mitigate its effects.
The widely-followed MACD indicator has turned bullish for the first time in over a year, backing up signs of a long-term bitcoin bull reversal.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase brought in almost $520 million in global revenue in 2018, according to Reuters' calculations.
Cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin has invested an undisclosed amount in crypto custody provider Prime Trust.
Binance will launch its new fiat-to-crypto platform in Singapore next week, chief financial officer Wei Zhou said.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is expanding crypto-to-crypto conversions and trading services to 11 additional countries.
CoinDesk goes to the movies to review "Crypto," a new film that claims to be about cryptocurrency – but doesn't follow through.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have settled their case against Charlie Shrem, whom they previously claimed owed them $26 million worth of bitcoin.
A group of investors has launched a new blockchain-focused VC fund worth $50 million, aiming to bring the technology to the masses.
With $1.5 million in seed funding secured, Bolt Labs wants to bring privacy features to the lightning network and other blockchain solutions.
Microsoft and the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance have corralled major firms behind a new project to help businesses design and create tokens.
Japan's Amazon equivalent, Rakuten, has started accepting limited account registrations for its new cryptocurrency exchange.