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Following a $1,000 overnight drop, bitcoin’s bulls now have target of $12,061 to mitigate bearish pressure.
President Maduro has ordered the Bank of Venezuela to open public counters for his controversial cryptocurrency, the petro.
A Bank of Japan official has ruled out the launch of a central bank digital currency because to do so may require the country to abandon cash.
The price of the popular dogecoin cryptocurrency is surging after the announcement that it will soon be listed on the Binance exchange.
If Libra achieves even modest adoption, the payoff for Facebook and its partners could be in the billions.
With the supply of new coins to be halved in less than five weeks, litecoin is outpacing its peers.
New research has found that the U.S. leads the world in the volume of tweets referencing bitcoin and Facebook's planned cryptocurrency.
An Australian couple lost over AU$20,000 in a bitcoin scam, and were even taunted by the perpetrator over their losses.
BTG Pactual, Brazil's fifth largest bank, plans to utilize the Tezos blockchain for security token offerings potentially worth $1 billion.
New rules make it even harder to create anonymous crypto exchanges in South Korea.
After clawing back 25 percent of recent losses, bitcoin looks set to close in the green on July 4 for the fifth consecutive year.
The crypto artist has worked with Dorian Nakamoto and recently expanded his reach into South America.
Fujitsu Laboratories has unveiled digital identity tech that scores users' reliability to increase the security of online transactions.
The blockchain pilot will digitize the bank guarantee process in an effort to tackle fraud and improve efficiency.
ZenGo's product shows how Libra can be held in other wallets.
The software upgrade can potentially be introduced to approximately 170,000 machines across America.
A fake ID ring operated between June 2013 and February 2018 and may have netted over $4.7 million in bitcoin.
In a note published Wednesday, Facebook blockchain lead David Marcus pushed back against calls to stop Libra's development.
The anti-bitcoin NYU professor debated the founder of BitMEX. It didn't go well.
Blockstream has created an "experimental" tool making it easier for users to trade "trustlessly" between tokens on its Liquid sidechain.