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The head of Russia's central bank has said the institution is investigating the possible future launch of a digital currency.
Wall Street watchdog FINRA has sat for as long as 12 months on roughly 40 broker-dealer applications by blockchain startups.
Now in beta for the iPhone, Breez's app harnesses lighting, Neutrino and atomic swaps to make bitcoin P2P payments feasible for daily transactions.
Russian hackers, not North Korean, may be the bad actors behind probably the biggest ever theft from a cryptocurrency exchange.
Bitcoin rose above $9,000 over the weekend, taking cumulative year-to-date gains to more than 150 percent. Here's three likely reasons why.
Bram Cohen has taken over as CEO of his current company, Chia Network – a firm creating a less energy-intensive cryptocurrency.
Five South Korean crypto exchanges have been forced to update their terms and conditions to accept liability for potential hacks and service issues.
An effort to change extradition laws in Hong Kong has sparked protests – and questions about digital privacy and the right to transact, writes Mike Casey.
Crypto mining giant Bitmain is locked in a legal battle with former employees who started a rival bitcoin mining pool, Poolin.
Justin Sun’s upcoming lunch with Warren Buffett is a genius marketing play that can only help the cryptocurrency sector, writes Noelle Acheson.
Bitcoin's price rose to 13-month highs above $9,300 on Sunday, taking cumulative weekly gains to 17 percent.
The last time Bitcoin shot past 1 million daily active addresses was in November, 2017.
The crypto industry can fight money launderers effectively, but not the way FATF wants it to, a CEX.IO compliance officer writes.
Before his move to supporting Craig Wright's bitcoin SV, Ryan X Charles describes his short-lived tenure at reddit and the trolls who made his life hell.
The card offers zero fees for bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin transactions.
The SEC's complaint against Kik, after it raised $100 million in an ICO, seemed pretty brutal, but not so fast, we're only hearing one side of the story. Watch more here as three lawyers discuss the case, its merits and its potential impacts for the crypto industry as a whole.
SmartContract.com, a middleware supplier that melds traditional computing tools with dApps, has partnered with Google to get big data onto the blockchain.
Analysts are bullish on Facebook's upcoming blockchain product.
Philosophical disagreements with crypto experts have slowed the development of Facebook's GlobalCoin, sources say.
In a European first, the ConsenSys-backed Monerium has received approval to run fiat over a blockchain as a regulated form of payment.