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Ripple engineer Nik Bougalis has proposed a method of shielding transactions on the XRP ledger.
Crypto is up and a weird lawsuit may be coming to an end. It's CoinDesk's Markets Daily podcast.
The firm has partnered with a number of prominent blockchain industry names including ErisX, Lolli and Casa.
In the third episode of the six-part series about Bitcoin in Africa you will hear from two early bitcoin adopters based in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe.
Anchorage, a digital asset custodian targeting institutional clients, has added support for XRP, offering services for all of the top-3 cryptocurrencies.
"Even though their money generation mechanism is not as strong as Binance, they do have the users," CEO CZ tells CoinDesk. "It’s a very valuable platform.”
The blockchain firm's biggest investor, FastForward, is now its receiver.
Bitcoin has kicked off the historically strong second quarter on a positive note – scoring gains overnight despite losses on Wall Street.
People in blockchain tend not to love government. But they don't want it to be idle in a crisis, a CoinDesk survey suggests.
The commission has extended a comment period on a proposed rule change to clear a regulatory path for the Boston Security Token Exchange, a tZERO-backed platform.
Miracle returns in investing seldom materialize. Beware excessive expectations for the bitcoin halving.
A new Financial Action Task Force report says the U.S. is largely in compliance with its recommendations around digital assets, but still has some "minor deficiencies" in its state and federal framework.
Bitcoin had another down day. How long the cryptocurrency follows stocks, and whether next month’s halving juices its price, remain open questions.
The U.S. patent office has granted Blockstack intellectual property rights around its single sign-on service for dapps.
The American-led global order has been unraveling for 30 years, and COVID-19 may be the blow that changes it once and for all.
Customers spent fewer bitcoins at darknet markets over the last two months despite the slide in the cryptocurrency's price, according to data from blockchain surveillance firm Chainalysis.
A federal judge denied Telegram's request to issue Gram tokens to non-U.S. investors.
Bitfury has dedicated its GPU miners to the Folding@home project, which is studying the novel coronavirus in hopes of developing a vaccine.
While bitcoin and the broader crypto market fell during Q1 amid a global crisis, a few coins outperformed. Here are a few notable winners and losers.
Coinbase is putting its digital dollars where the traction is. Announced Wednesday, Coinbase has deposited $1.1 million in USDC stablecoins into the pools powering two of the most popular decentralized finance (DeFi) applications on Ethereum: Uniswap and PoolTogether. The investment comes via the USDC Bootstrap Fund, which the company launched in September 2019. “With USDC, […]