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Chinese police are stepping up efforts in cracking down on illegal economic activities, which now leads to crypto over-the-counter (OTC) traders being detained to assist investigations.
Lightning Network startup Zap, Inc. is partnering with Visa to offer the most user-friendly bitcoin services since Cash App.
The vulnerability allowed users votes in the recent constitutional poll to be decrypted, Russian journalists found.
A successful reverse takeover of Vertical Ventures would allow the crypto investment firm to appeal to a broader investor base, the firm said.
Bitcoin is decentralized, good in an emergency, supported by passionate fans and not likely ever to see mainstream adoption, says our columnist.
Payments processor BitPay has added support for SegWit, three years after a competing block size proposal fractured the Bitcoin community.
Crypto.com saw the total number of users increase by 50% in the past few months, to 3 million people.
Public Mint puts dollars on the blockchain so users can use money whether or not they have bank accounts.
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka is about to decide who will develop a blockchain platform that could speed up the processing of bank users' ID information.
BlockFi said it's seen a surge in revenue since the bitcoin halving and the launch of its mobile app.
Demand for bitcoin is up in India, thanks in part to the economic crisis. But Indian tech startups are more focused on Ethereum.
A standard way to transact Bitcoin could be vulnerable to double-spending and DoS attacks, ZenGo has found.
Equities show strength as bitcoin stays rangebound above $9,000.
Top members of the Senate Banking Committee plan to introduce legislation that would direct the congressional watchdog to study virtual currency’s role in drug and human trafficking.
There is a constant free market competition to define the Bitcoin narrative, and Kraken’s Dan Held argues this is part of what makes the protocol so strong.
A New York Times decision to name Scott Alexander, the author of Slate Star Codex, raises questions about who deserves pseudonyms, journalism in 2020, and where we place value when it comes to news stories.
IOTA's new testnet addresses the technical feature that nuked the blockchain-like network for nearly two weeks earlier this year.
A federal appeals court ruled public blockchain information and information stored on crypto exchanges do not provide a reasonable expectation of privacy under the Fourth Amendment.
Bison Trails announced it would provide services to help its clients transition to the Ethereum 2.0 network.
June trading volume on decentralized exchanges set a record high of $1.52 billion, up 70% from May.