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Bitcoin popped earlier this morning and our own Brad Keoun talks to Joe DiPasquale of BitBull Capital about what moved the market.
The SEC has rejected Bitwise's proposal for a bitcoin ETF.
"The SEC allows me to say that you have a potential upside in this network," said YouNow CEO Adi Sideman.
Bitcoin prices have jumped 5.9 percent in the past 24 hours, recovering some of the cryptocurrency's losses in recent weeks.
From Nov. 18, borrowers of DAI tokens will be able to stake multiple types of cryptocurrency collateral, not just ETH.
For the first time since 2014, the IRS is detailing how it will tax cryptocurrency holdings. Here's what you need to know.
The move opens the exchange to peer-to-peer (P2P) crypto transactions from China.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will defend Libra before U.S. lawmakers later this month.
A report from the Canadian Digital Chamber of Commerce compiles fresh data on Canada's blockchain industry – including some promising salary stats.
Middleton organized the unregistered $14.8 million Veritaseum (VERI) initial coin offering, and is further accused of market manipulation post-ICO.
The central bank has finalized principles the Facebook-led cryptocurrency project must adopt before a U.K. launch.
Mutual fund giant Vanguard has partnered with Nasdaq Ventures-backed blockchain startup Symbiont to develop a currency trading platform.
Senators Brian Schatz and Sherrod Brown have called on Visa, Stripe, and MasterCard to reconsider their membership of the Libra Association.
The Fed Reserve's decision to expand its balance sheet is seen as a long-term positive for bitcoin, but prices are yet to feel any effect.
Switzerland’s central bank and the SIX stock exchange will study using a central bank digital currency to settle trades of tokenized assets.
Swiss financial giant UBS has started full-fledged transactions on we.trade, a blockchain-based trade finance platform that’s seeing growing adoption.
Thirty blockchain companies and nonprofit organizations plan to fork the Facebook-led Libra cryptocurrency to build an open alternative.
Fundament landed German real estate giant Bauwens as a strategic investor with its $7 billion of projects to boost its asset-tokenization business.
A "step-ladder" approach to know-your-customer (KYC) rules could help the Libra stablecoin reach those disconnected from the financial system.
If their missions aren't served by Libra, Women's World Banking and Mercy Corps say they'll let it be known – loudly.