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Researchers have identified a group of bitcoin addresses that likely belonged to the cold wallets of failed exchange QuadrigaCX.
The withdrawal of a proposed ETF that would have had exposure to bitcoin futures comes just days after its submission to the SEC.
James Powell, CIO and CTO of engineering at Digital Asset, has left the enterprise blockchain startup after just six months.
Ethereum startup Status has just announced a brand new cryptocurrency hardware wallet the size of your credit card.
Coinbase's Wallet app will soon allow users to back up their private keys on personal cloud storage platforms Google Drive and iCloud.
Nasdaq, the second-largest stock exchange in the world, is adding bitcoin and ethereum indices to its global data service later this month.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is forming a task force to create business-grade standards for tokenized assets.
A new initiative from venture firm CoinFund looks to get investors directly involved in the networks they invest in.
Bitcoin's struggle to cross a key moving average lined up above $3,600 is a cause of concern for the bulls.
Japanese banking giant Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group is launching a high-throughput blockchain-based payments network next year.
Pharma giant Boehringer Ingelheim is set to trial IBM blockchain in Canada to raise the quality of processes and records in clinical trials.
Japanese IT giant GMO Internet has just reported an operating loss of nearly $12 million for its cryptocurrency business in 2018.
QuadrigaCX lost another 100 bitcoin after transferring them to a cold wallet it previously said it cannot access.
Traders may already be pricing in litecoin's upcoming block reward halving.
Xiangfu Liu has left the board and management team of Canaan Creative, maker of the Avalon crypto miner.
The world's second largest blockchain by market capitalization is gearing up for a hard fork its tried to activate before called Constantinople. This time, developers are confident it will work.
Barclays, Ripple and others have backed a $1.7 million round for a new remittance startup that will use XRP to move funds internationally.
The Series B funding was led by seasoned VC firm Accel and included investment from Benchmark, which led the firm's $16m Series A.
The software giant now has up to a dozen enterprise customers using live blockchain applications.
In less than two weeks, Binance will launch its decentralized exchange, Binance DEX, for public testing.