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An Israeli ICO company is facing a multi-million dollar lawsuit following a founding partner's ejection from the firm.
Ryan Zurrer, a former partner at Polychain, has announced his next act. A new version of one of ethereum's biggest failures.
Coinbase is looking at adding eight more tokens to its current lineup.
Electronics giant Samsung is adding dapps to its online store in a bid to outpace its competition.
The co-founder of the Tezos blockchain has singed the Founders Pledge to contribute a significant amount of wealth to charitable causes.
Terra has added Sinsang Market to its alliance of internet marketplaces in an effort to create new payment systems for online shoppers.
Thailand's anti-money laundering regulator is planning to amend the country's laws to mandate reporting by cryptocurrency exchanges.
IBM's new supplier onboarding blockchain is launching with a slew of big names attached.
Bitcoin has broken out of bearish mode with a near 10-percent surge this morning and looks to be decoupling from alternative cryptocurrencies.
Litecoin, the fifth-largest cryptocurrency by market value, has just reduced its block reward for miners by half.
Payments giant Mastercard is seeking to hire several blockchain execs to lead cryptocurrency and digital wallet projects.
Iran's government has introduced a bill that lifts the illegal status of cryptocurrencies and authorizes mining as an official industry.
Primitive Ventures partner Dovey Wan breaks down the crypto situation as it stands in China today.
Amid a surge in applications, a DNS registrar may ban crypto firms from using .bank and .insurance domain names.
In this excerpt from our exclusive interview with Alexey Andryunin the Russian trader talks about the origins of his business.
The total computing power now dedicated to securing the bitcoin blockchain has set yet another record.
Bitcoin has risen back above the $11,000 psychological price point after regaining ground on July 8's and July 22's bearish breakdowns.
From experimenting with zcash in the Bronx to rogue bitcoin contributors, these teens are shaping the future of cryptocurrency.
A new brokerage account in South Korea will let investors lend securities on a blockchain.
Bitcoin will not become a global reserve currency, argues Noelle Acheson. But it is adding a powerful tool to the box of potential solutions.