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Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers praised stablecoins last week, saying he sees use cases in cross-border transactions as one example.
Ether's put-call open interest ratio has jumped to 12-month highs. However, this increase is not necessarily a bearish signal.
A Russian court convicted two men for extortion, but did not force them to return over $900,000 in crypto since they have no legal definition as property. Other courts have taken a different view.
With bitcoin increasingly riding on Ethereum's rails, we're about to see greater complementarity between the top two blockchains.
Cardano users will be able to securely stake their ADA tokens from inside Coinbase's cold storage.
Germany's finance and accounting agencies seem to have missed their chance to spot a $2.1 billion black hole in Wirecard's accounts.
Bitcoin's correlation with the S&P 500 is somewhat erratic, but the relationship has just got stronger. That may not be bad news.
A court filing alleges federal government suppression of an OFR review led to crypto businesses being defined as money transmitters.
The Gibraltar-based company said the move was prompted by rising consumer interest and trading volumes in the nation after a ban on banking services for cryptocurrency firms was lifted.
The cFund will invest anywhere between $250,000 and $500,000 into startups and small businesses using Cardano or IOHK tech initiatives.
Police said the man is the first to be charged under the Multi-Level Marketing and Pyramid Selling (Prohibition) Act.
The move comes at a time when traders are seeking alternative sources of capital value during an "uncertain macroeconomic climate."
The amount of DAI deposited on Compound skyrocketed by more than $140 million on Thursday – somehow exceeding the total amount of DAI in existence.
Bitcoin briefly broke below $9,000 on Thursday, but the markets remain quiet.
Nexus Mutual is seeing a surge in demand. "Our product has honestly seen massive interest since yield farming kicked off," said founder Hugh Karp.
Bitcoin mining revenue dropped 23% in June to approximately $380 million.
Far from a fly-by-night, uneducated mania, the new day trader class represents a much more significant force for how public markets are changing.
With traditional markets moving up and BTC sticking to its recent tight trading range, Markets Daily is back with another bitcoin news roundup.
A federal appeals court effectively said blockchain data is not protected under the Fourth Amendment while decentralized exchange volume explodes.
America's tax collector is laying the groundwork for a possible assault on privacy-enhancing cryptocurrency technologies.