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If their missions aren't served by Libra, Women's World Banking and Mercy Corps say they'll let it be known – loudly.
LSE-backed Nivaura hired a senior HSBC banker to boost adoption of the London-based fintech's blockchain process for capital markets legal documents.
UNICEF has launched a cryptocurrency fund in its aim to back open source technology for children and young people in the world.
CoinDesk's Daniel Kuhn speaks with ethereum community members at the Ethereal Summit ahead of the blockchain's reboot.
Bitfinex and Tether say they shouldn't have to compile documents ordered by a New York court during an ongoing appeal.
Ethereum is facing a major transition with a bevy of unanswered questions. Why is the Devcon crowd unfazed?
Telegram publicly acknowledged its link to the Telegram Open Network for the first time Tuesday – in a terms of service on it website.
Skew., a startup led by an ex-JPMorgan trader, did an S&P 500 options trade on bitcoin’s blockchain to prove the tech works better than Wall Street.
Lightning-focused bitcoin startup ACINQ added an interesting investor to its cap table: Bpifrance, a state-owned bank that just made its first crypto investment.
The West Virginia Secretary of State disclosed a student tampered with the blockchain voting pilot developed by Voatz in 2018.
A security token offering for the Nervos Network could help a prominent Chinese bank tap into the DeFi ecosystem.
Casa, a bitcoin custody provider, is launching a new version of its flagship device.
Crypto donations are legal and do not need to be approved for political donations like cash or securities.
Bitcoin logged the biggest single-day price gain in five weeks on Monday, opening doors for a stronger recovery rally to key resistance above $8,500.
EU's financial services commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis intends to create a new regulations for crypto, particularly Facebook’s Libra stablecoin.
A look at some recent data around usage on bitcoin's lightning network.
Forex giant CLS is now using a blockchain to handle certain currency trades, but the technology is “not essential” for the task, an executive admits.
Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has issued regulations for fund managers investing in "virtual assets."
Mike Casey wades into the thorny issue of the U.S. government settlement struck with blockchain startup Block.one over its EOS ICO.
Argentina's economic woes have led to a rise in crypto adoption. We talk to Athena Bitcoin, one of the biggest crypto ATM networks in the country.