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Tassat blamed COVID-19 and leadership changes for its long-delayed bitcoin derivatives contract listing.
Using free and open-source software, the Open Observatory of Network Interference has built a “decentralized, citizen-led, internet censorship observatory.”
A smart contract has logged bets for the U.S. election on Bitcoin’s blockchain. When the votes are tallied, we won’t know who won, but that’s the whole point.
DeFi FOMO is driving centralized exchanges including Binance, Huobi and OKEx to prepare for a potential new crypto trading landscape where decentralized exchanges dominate.
Unikrn has agreed to settle the charges, without admitting or denying them, by paying a $6.1 million penalty to be distributed among investors.
The percentage of companies that can’t afford to pay the interest on their debt has reached a new all-time high in the wake of central bank intervention.
How the business analytics chief became Wall Street's boldest bitcoin maximalist.
The crypto industry can't ignore the government if it hopes to go mainstream. There's too much at stake.
MicroStrategy has bought even more bitcoin, Paxful is pulling out of Venezuela and the Bitmain power struggle appears to have found a short-term solution.
Gamemaker Dapper Labs is using Circle's dollar-backed stablecoin, USDC, as a global settlement solution for its non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
With BTC crossing into bullish territory and a new smart contract-powered tokenized DeFi Index, CoinDesk’s Markets Daily is back for your latest crypto news roundup!
A significant amount of cryptocurrency activities in the Eastern Europe is related to dark market and ransomware, according to a Chainalysis report.
Gelato said the seed round will fund further development of its bot network that will provide automated smart contract execution.
Michael Saylor, the founder of MicroStrategy, said Tuesday his company has acquired an additional $175 million in bitcoin (BTC) in a single purchase.
Agencies from 48 states are expected to unveil a new framework today that will simplify and consolidate regulation for crypto companies.
The federal cabinet is expected to shortly discuss a new bill before passing it to the parliament, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Cryptocurrencies' 2020 gains are the truth gauge as markets react to the Federal Reserve's inflation goal, where Zimbabwe is the model of success.
The investment deal will also see Blockpass' anti-money laundering product integrated into BnkToTheFuture's ecosystem.
Bitcoin (BTC) has crossed into the bullish territory, but may remain vulnerable to another sell-off in stocks.
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Africa's most populous country said all crypto assets will fall under the regulation that covers securities exchanges and transactions.