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Bitcoin looks poised to post the biggest monthly loss of 2019, despite the recent recovery from six-month lows.
IDAX says its unnamed "global CEO has gone missing" and asked customers to stop using its services.
From next year, banks in Germany will be allowed to offer the sale and storage of cryptocurrencies under new legislation.
IBM has won a patent for a blockchain system which tracks packages in case they're stolen by drones.
Canadian investment fund manager 3iQ has listed the preliminary prospectus for its bitcoin fund as the next step toward an initial public offering (IPO), the company said Thursday.
Chainalysis’ chief economist sits down with Daniel Kuhn to talk about how to bring crypto out of the cybercrime ghetto.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is again expanding its balance sheet – prominent experts believe that could bode well for bitcoin in the long run.
Coinbase has patented a system which would automatically identify accounts violating AML rules.
Bitcoin's price recovery is gathering steam and $7,800 could be the next stop for the bulls.
Around one third of the top 120 exchanges are "weak" when it comes to know-your-customer (KYC) verification, while two-thirds "lack strong KYC policies," the firm said.
A digital currency could ensure that citizens remain able to use central bank money even if cash is eventually no longer used, according to Benoît Cœuré.
Bitcoin has been sliding amid a lack of capital inflows, raising questions about the future for bitcoin in the long-term.
These seven major hacks remind us: not your keys, not your crypto.
Amid civil unrest, bitcoin is helping some Lebanese get by. Emphasis on the word “helping.” Traditional social ties are as important as technology.
The Indian government is drafting a paper outlining a new national blockchain framework, a minister wrote Wednesday.
BloXroute Labs' "Blockchain Distribution Network" cut ethereum block propagation time in half, according to a test by Akomba Labs.
On today’s episode, we’re talking markets reaction to UpBit exchange hack, crypto liquidity, and VeChain’s November rally.
HSBC plans to track $20 billion in private-placement assets on its Digital Vault, allowing investors real-time access to their records.
The Swiss Federal Council has adopted a revised proposal to remove legal hurdles still holding up blockchain innovation, and will pass the legislation to the parliament.
A veteran of megabank UBS is launching a startup to enter the increasingly crowded field of platforms for issuing digital securities on a blockchain.