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An economist with the St. Louis Federal Reserve said that cryptocurrencies could solve a problem faced by global currency reserves like the dollar.
Using a major bug found and fixed on bitcoin last month, an attacker was able to print 235 million coins on "pigeoncoin."
Bitmain has acquired Telescope, an open-source, browser-based wallet for bitcoin cash.
Coinbase has brought a Charles Schwab advisor onto its board of directors, as well as hired a new managing director for institutional products.
The chairman of South Korea's National Policy Committee has called for the legalization of ICOs at a meeting of the National Assembly.
US election officials are considering a request that, if approved, would let people contribute to political campaigns by mining cryptocurrencies.
VC investment in blockchain and cryptocurrency startups is soaring in 2018, having already almost tripled last year's total, says a report.
Bitcoin could feel the pull of gravity in the next 24 hours, having failed to beat a key moving average hurdle for four days straight.
Google is bringing in stricter rules for Chrome extension developers, a move should reduce the risk of crypto hacks and mining malware.
With a new feature called "bundles," the OpenSea marketplace says its sellers can offer crypto collectibles at better prices.
Bitcoin futures trader 1Broker hopes to launch a read-only version of its website in the next few days after being sued by the SEC and CFTC.
Korea Investment Partners, the largest venture capital firm in South Korea, just invested in its first blockchain startup.
A French intelligence agent was arrested for allegedly selling state secrets for bitcoin.
IOTA tanked in September after an attempt by the bulls to stem the bleeding seen toward the end of August's monthly highs failed.