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Analysts from the U.K.'s central bank said private currencies could work alongside any future CBDC initiative if they offered real utility.
Volatility is returning in a positive way, prices are going up, and enthusiasm is returning to digital-asset markets.
The electric car manufacturer participated in the trial back in December.
Paxful's users can now directly trade bitcoin for gold through a new service offered by the peer-to-peer exchange.
The advocacy group has supported Telegram's appeal over a U.S. district court's decision to block the firm's token issuance – even outside the country.
With HODLers now dominating the market, bitcoin appears on track to extend its recent upward move toward $8,000.
Experts on North Korea say the country’s $1.5 billion cryptocurrency war chest is used to fund an illicit web of trade networks and supply chains.
Bitcoin donations have funded a mobile medical center used to assess Italians potentially hit by the novel coronavirus.
If the privacy and scaling upgrade Schnorr/Taproot makes it into bitcoin (BTC), it could pave the way for advanced and heretofore impossible projects.
Experts say ether's recent rise in value can in part be attributed to growing confidence in the network's future.
The World Economic Forum said Monday that blockchain and digitization can help supply chains survive crises like COVID-19.
Even though the crypto custody law falls under the German banking act, German banks are hesitant to give crypto firms bank accounts.
Coinhouse's new status with the Financial Markets Authority should help the firm get banking services in France and bigger institutional clients.
Nestlé has added its Zoégas coffee brand to the IBM Food Trust blockchain and partnered with the Rainforest Alliance to bolster the coffee’s data traceability.
The coronavirus crisis creates a geopolitical opportunity for China, starting with digital currencies, says Teddy Fusaro of Bitwise.
Could creativity and digital work flourish as people are forced to improve how they use the internet and technology?
The People’s Bank of China has sent one of its strongest signals yet of a commitment to creating a digital national currency.
A boutique law firm is leading a bevy of charges against the biggest names in crypto while MakerDAO plans its obsolescence.
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Marco Santori, who helped write the SAFT framework, is leaving Blockchain.com to helm Kraken's expanding legal team.