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Messaging app firm Kik has launched a crypto crowdfunding campaign to support a likely court battle with the U.S. SEC over its ICO token, kin.
Jesse Lund, IBM’s global head of blockchain for financial services, is no longer working for the company.
Crypto entrepreneur and investor Ben Davenport is joining Blockchain Capital as a venture partner.
With the price of bitcoin surging, the South Korean government has held an inter-agency emergency meeting over the risk for investors.
Ben Delo, billionaire co-founder of crypto derivatives exchange BitMEX, has pledged to donate much of his wealth to global challenges.
Bitcoin has formed a technical pattern called a “bull flag” on the hourly chart – a pause that often refreshes higher.
Shinhan, one of the oldest and largest banks in South Korea, is using blockchain technology to speed up the approval process for loan products.
A European Central Bank council member has come out generally in favor of wholesale central bank digital currencies.
JPMorgan has developed a new privacy feature for ethereum-based blockchains that hides both the sender and the amount in a transaction.
If you have cryptocurrency in a paper wallet from WalletGenerator.net you'd best pull it off.
Decentralized exchanges that rely on ethereum could get a huge scalability boost, thanks to a new offering from StarkWare and 0x.
XRP is teasing a long-term bullish reversal, with 27% gains and a bullish golden cross pattern likely to occur next week.
F1 Delta Time, a blockchain-based racing game, is offering its first crypto collectable – a unique racecar called 1-1-1.
A new crypto exchange platform in which Yahoo Japan owns a major stake is about to launch after over a year in development.
“Big Four” firm EY has built a blockchain platform for a firm that will help consumers determine wines' quality, provenance and authenticity.
Ethereum development studio ConsenSys has launched a blockchain “job kit” to guide developers wishing to enter the growing blockchain space.
Bitcoin has retreated from 12-month highs over $8,900 hit earlier today, but prices are holding well above key support at $8,390.
Cryptopia has filed for bankruptcy protection in the U.S. seeking to preserve vital user data held on servers in Arizona
Today's bitcoin spot market is “significantly" smaller and more efficient than is generally perceived, argues a Bitwise Asset Management paper.
The cat-and-mouse game between regulators and crypto developers could spur a new era of innovation around the technology, writes Michael J. Casey.