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Spencer Dinwiddie intends to begin selling tokenized shares of his contract starting Monday, Jan. 13.
Troubled crypto exchange Cobinhood has announced it is shutting down – but just temporarily, it seems.
A South Korean crypto YouTuber has been assaulted at his home, with some suggesting the attackers may have been upset investors.
A company called WatchSkins wants to turn digital wearables into new ways to express yourself – and let you own a piece of unique digital property too.
A class-action that alleged Tether and Bitfinex manipulated the bitcoin market has been withdrawn by the plaintiffs.
Democrat lawmakers are demanding that the FCC takes action to tackle the rise in SIM swapping attacks.
Bitcoin has erased 45 percent of recent gains in what appears to be a low-volume pullback.
Kik is hoping to go to trial in the ongoing legal fight with the SEC over its 2017 kin token sale.
A strict new regulatory regime is dawning upon European firms handling cryptocurrency. Here’s what AMLD5 will mean for the industry.
SardineCoin seemed like a fishy proposition to the crypto world, but CoinDesk found the issuer’s booth, stocked with tins, at CES 2020.
There's a "digital money" section on the show floor of this year's CES. MakerDAO's DAI is the only crypto with a booth.
Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook wants to build commerce tools for small businesses which use the social media giant's apps, but noticeably avoided mentioning the Libra stablecoin project in his 2030 vision.
Deribit will operate out of Panama starting Feb. 10, citing the Netherlands’ presumed adoption of “very strict” anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.
2019 saw the launch of Moloch, MetaCartel, MarketingDAO and more than 1000 DAOs on Aragon. Will 2020 be even bigger?
With the new year Illinois became the latest state to recognize smart contracts and other blockchain-based records as legal instruments.
WisdomTree was the lead investor in the funding round for Securrency. Other investors include the state-backed Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO).
The SEC claims Donald Blakstad bilked investors of $3.5 million. One scheme involved a non-existent crypto mining operation.
Markets Daily is back with the news moving markets over the last 24 hours, plus a look at Nakamoto.com's troubled launch and how it relates to 'Bitcoin Maximalism'. Later, Brad breaks down a new paywalled report on the upcoming bitcoin "Halving"
Bitcoin Sign Guy is developing payment architecture on Urbit so people can live as a full digital citizens.
A cybersecurity firm has warned hacking group Lazarus is developing sophisticated new techniques to steal cryptocurrencies from victims.