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Leah Callon Butler works out where to stash her cash and tries to tell fact from fiction amid the shutdown in the Philippines.
A popular Ethereum game is dropping crypto while France explores digital banks. It's CoinDesk's Markets Daily.
Coincover is now providing automatic insurance cover on all new signups for Civic's hot wallet.
Certified Public Accountants familiar with crypto largely believe their clients might face audits or penalties for under-reporting holdings in past years, according to a survey.
While bitcoin has recovered sharply from recent lows below $4,000, the cryptocurrency is still on track to end March with a double-digit price loss.
Blockchain game MLB Champions is rolling out a slew of new gameplay features while reducing its reliance on Ethereum.
CoinSpot says it's jumped through the hoops to meet the internationally recognized ISO standard.
Should markets temporarily close even temporarily to calm investor panic? Noelle Acheson says no while crypto markets can’t. Both are good things.
Mt. Gox's bankruptcy trustee is holding off on filing a civil rehabilitation plan to the Tokyo District Court after creditors took issue with it.
Bug bounty platform HackerOne severed ties with Medici Ventures-backed Voatz, the blockchain-based mobile voting app for breach of partnership standards.
Crypto prices climbed with traditional market indexes Monday as traders wondered if bitcoin will remain a follower or break out and blaze its own path.
How the once-in-a-generation COVID-19 pandemic is shifting the way with think and talk about different parts of the crypto industry - from bitcoin to DeFi to stablecoins.
Although China remains the leading region for bitcoin mining, the coronavirus downturn is changing the picture in other geographies.
Central banks are well placed to deliver regular, no-questions-asked monthly payments to everyone, and to manage any ensuing inflation.
France's central bank is calling for digital currency proposals with an experiment that moves it to the front of Europe's CBDC debate.
Bitcoin is back and Breitling puts watches on the blockchain. It's CoinDesk's Markets Daily.
Coronavirus drove blockchain startup Spherity to develop a decentralized ID prototype for interacting with healthcare providers and pharmacies.
ZUBR, which only opened for trading in early March, said its trading software had been successfully stress-tested by Exactpro
Binance only listed FTX leveraged tokens two months ago, but users have struggled to get to grips with the complex products.
With investors seeking safety in dollars, stablecoins have seen inflows of more than $2 billion since the crash. But, says our columnist Hasu, zero interest rates threaten business revenue.