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The Bank of Korea has historically been skeptical about CBDCs, but now it's having to keep up.
"Looks like we're piggy-backing on equities with some data possibly indicating virus peaking," says a trader of bitcoin's 5 percent jump Monday.
The new platform uses Tron's TRX token for purchases and its first project is within the Tron fold.
Shyft Network is adding yet another blockchain to its decentralized digital identification network.
It's a common refrain: The U.S. dollar will be debased by the trillions in coronavirus aid. That should strengthen the case for bitcoin... theoretically.
A flood of class-action lawsuits were filed in New York Friday, taking aim at a number of major cryptocurrency projects over their token sales.
Bitcoin markets have behaved a lot more like equities than gold during recent market swings. But widen the time frame, and things start to look shinier.
Plaintiffs claim Wells Fargo Advisors did not check on the activities of a financial advisor accused of defrauding 150 investors.
Fintech challenger bank Revolut accelerated its plans to offer crypto buy and sell services due to recent actions by central banks, said head of crypto Edward Cooper.
Startup Braiins has released the first functioning code for a new protocol designed to fix longstanding security problems with bitcoin mining pools.
The value of crypto M&A deals last year dropped by a whopping 76 percent, according to a new report by PwC – down from $1.9 billion in 2018 to $451 million in 2019.
BitTorrent creator and Chia CEO Bram Cohen joins the hosts of Let's Talk Bitcoin! To discuss the limitations of Satoshi's approach to Nakamoto consensus, how he believes it can be improved and the lasting impacts of coronavirus lockdowns.
Witnesses on Steem have frozen eight accounts, putting a total of 17.6 million steem in limbo. It's the latest drama since March 20's Hive hard fork.
Hosted by CoinDesk Research Analyst Christine Kim, the first episode of the Bitcoin Halving 2020 podcast series is about the impact of bitcoin’s third halving on the concentration of miners in China.
Tips from a privacy professional about staying safe online during coronavirus.
The MakerDAO Foundation is getting serious about its planned obsolescence. A governance call Thursday laid out founder Rune Christensen's three pillars of full decentralization.
BIS researchers think COVID-19 may accelerate the adoption of digital payments and sharpen the debate over central bank digital currencies.
Smart contracts and distributed ledgers can bring accountability and certainty to coronavirus relief efforts, says economist Stephanie Hurder.
The SEC charged a former Texas pastor and his wife for allegedly defrauding hundreds of investors through an alkaline water-backed cryptocurrency TeshuaCoin.
Hong Kong-based Hex Trust is partnering with the enterprise blockchain company to offer banking clients another option for issuing security tokens.