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The world reacted to Facebook's Libra launch with fear, uncertainty, and jokes. Here are a few choice quotes.
Facebook's Libra coin will face a regulatory "hurricane," warn otherwise-bullish analysts at investment bank Canaccord.
Blockchain solution provider Block.One paid $30 million for Voice.com.
This bitcoin evangelist is bridging the gap between the Asian mining industry and global open source developers.
The gateway is part of Cloudflare's ongoing effort to bring more users to the decentralized Internet and "break down the barriers created by a select group of powerful companies."
Bitcoin's price fell on Tuesday, snapping the longest daily winning streak since July 2018. The long-term outlook, however, remains bullish.
The Livepeer infrastructure functions as a “token coordinating network,” incentivizing those with computing power to join and match the needs of those looking to stream.
Ethereum may begin transitioning to its next-generation, proof-of-stake blockchain model at the beginning of next year – pending more tests, that is.
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency could be subject to the "highest standards" in global regulations, said Bank of England governor Mark Carney.
Overseen by the Industrial Value Chain Initiative, the blockchain project will connect 100 Japanese manufacturers to share information.
In total, authorities seized 20 kilograms of MDMA, over seven kilograms of Ketamine, over 10,000 Xanax pills, and more than $100,000 in cash.
Facebook provider primers for folks not quite up on their blockchain tech. Here are a few of the best.
House Financial Services Committee Chair Maxine Waters asked Facebook to halt development of its Libra crypto until hearings can be held.
Edan Yago is the founder of CementDAO, an effort to bring together stablecoins into a unified ecosystem. The views expressed here are his own. With the announcement of Libra, cryptocurrency has entered the big leagues. Facebook’s entry into this market means every single company now has to take cryptocurrency seriously. Companies around the world are […]
22,858.822 bitcoin were misappropriated under Control-Finance's Ponzi-like scheme.
A recent research paper outlines a possible way to detect and punish double-spending on a blockchain network.
Refugees can use a new POS to purchase goods, food, and services when they leave Venezuela.
Facebook is still working on its responses to the U.S. Senate Banking Committee's questions about the Libra coin.
“It is out of question’’ that Facebook's Libra be allowed to “become a sovereign currency,” says France's finance minister.
If bitcoin doesn't need to worry about competition from Facebook. Who does? You've guessed it, the banks.