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The company has expanded to 250 locations in 25 states.
Facebook reportedly has not filed an application with the RBI, which seeks to ban cryptocurrencies.
The new mainstream-friendly mobile wallet from Lightning Labs saw 2,000 downloads on Day 1. Next up for the company: merchant services.
A court document filed on May 8 details Craig Wright's bitcoin holdings prior to Dec. 31, 2013.
Appearing on CNBC Thursday, the chair of the U.S. House Financial Services Committee doubled down on her calls for Facebook to halt Libra development.
'Big Four' firm PwC has launched a new tool for auditing cryptocurrency transaction data.
After dissent earlier this month, ethereum classic developers decided today to recommit to a hard fork activation date in September.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney spoke positively about the Utility Settlement Coin project, now dubbed Fnality, during a appearance Thursday.
The opt-in feature notifies users of significant fluctuations in the 22 assets supported by Coinbase.
"Social money" startup Roll raised a $1.7 million seed round from BitMEX CEO Arthur Hayes, Gary Vaynerchuk and Techstars.
QuadrigaCX CEO and founder Gerald Cotten reportedly created fake accounts at other crypto exchanges and funded them with his customers' money.
Bitcoin is struggling to find acceptance above $9,300 even as futures listed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange are witnessing record open bets – a sign of increased institutional interest.
Gone are the days of manual encryption as MIT researchers create a way to automatically generate security algorithms.
Italy's "Spunta" Project will launch in March, 2020 to improve the efficiency of interbank transfers.
Japanese messaging giant LINE may soon be able to open a cryptocurrency exchange for its 80 million users based in the country.
Investors in Token include Opera Tech Ventures, the venture arm of BNP Paribas, Octopus Ventures, and EQT Ventures.
YouNow has filed an offering circular with the SEC – for a token that it intends to give away.
Cryptocurrency insiders share their thoughts on whether Facebook's ambitious Libra project will help, or hurt, the broader industry.
The company sold 25 million tokens in less than 12 hours.
The U.S. Senate Banking Committee will hold a hearing next month on Facebook's new cryptocurrency, Libra.