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A U.K. school won third place in a blockchain interoperability hackathon hosted by Clearmatics at the Barclays Rise fintech hub in London.
We took a tour of the Museum of Bitcoin, a pop-up installation at The North American Bitcoin Conference 2019. It was a trip down memory lane.
“STO” was coined to distinguish a compliant token offering from ICOs, but the term fails to capture all the types of security tokens.
A New Hampshire bill to let the state accept taxes in the form of cryptocurrency has passed its first legislative hurdle.
Nearly $1 million worth of ether left QuadrigaCX's hot wallet for other cryptocurrency exchanges in December, the same month its CEO reportedly died.
The broader cryptocurrency market picked up strong bid during Friday's trading session with litecoin (LTC) leading the charge.
ConsenSys is experimenting with token models to see what could work for enterprise consulting clients.
QuadrigaCX customers who had fiat currency balances say they should be repaid before crypto holders.
Mauritius will soon license digital asset custodians as part of its plan to create a fintech hub "in and for" Africa.
A U.S. SEC commissioner, Robert J. Jackson Jr. has said he believes a bitcoin exchange-traded fund will ultimately be approved.
British Columbia's securities watchdog has said that it has no remit to regulate troubled crypto exchange QuadrigaCX.
Bitcoin, which continues to languish near seven-week lows, is being outshone by a surge in litecoin prices.
South Korea-based crypto exchange Bithumb has launched a global OTC trading desk for digital assets.
A Credit Suisse subsidiary has completed a blockchain trial for fund transactions, concluding the tech offers "considerable benefits."
The latest code version for the lightning network, often trumpeted as the future of bitcoin payments, includes a "block size increase."
Investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have been ordered to pay back $45,000 in legal fees incurred by entrepreneur Charlie Shrem as part of an ongoing lawsuit that alleges he failed to broker a series of promised cryptocurrency purchases on their behalf. In the order, filed in the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of […]
Hamas is soliciting bitcoin donations for its military operations, but so far has only garnered a few thousand dollars.
There's a website out there masquerading as Bakkt in an apparent attempt to bilk people out of their bitcoin.
Ripple has partnered with another 10 top universities for its international blockchain research program, bringing the total to 29.
Crypto trading firm ErisX has hired a COO from megabank Barclays and a head of infrastructure from YouTube.