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The “blockchain-ready” web browser has added support for Unstoppable Domains’ decentralized .crypto websites.
Telegram has asked a court to clarify if it can still issue its tokens to non-U.S. investors after a preliminary injunction blocked the issuance in the U.S.
Bitcoin rose by 7 percent early on Monday even as the risk-off mood returned to the traditional markets.
U.S. currency in circulation has experienced its largest increase in over 20 years.
Celsius Network has teamed up with oracle provider Chainlink to make the price feeds it uses to calculate asset interest rates less centralized.
An investor document obtained by CoinDesk charts the dramatic ups and downs of the first four years of Polychain Capital’s cryptocurrency hedge fund.
A Microsoft patent application details a human-powered crypto mining project by collecting data as people exercise and watch ads.
If ESG is becoming the new buzzword among impact-minded financial institutions, where does energy-intensive bitcoin fit in?
Riot Blockchain's 10-K filing captures the fear COVID-19 is sowing in American companies.
Singapore-based Bitget has registered with the U.S. Treasury Department as a money services business, the first step to launching operations in the country.
U.S stocks are showing signs of life amid the recent $2 trillion stimulus package. Yet it may be a while before confidence is restored.
In a rare example of real-world business deployment, Breitling is registering watches on a blockchain to track their provenance from owner to owner.
How do DeFi stablecoins actually work, and what happened during the sudden, precipitous drop in crypto prices earlier this month? On today's show Andreas M. Antonopoulos leads us through a very interesting system and how it survived 'Black Thursday'.
A recent ruling stopping Telegram from distributing its cryptocurrency creates new legal peril for public blockchains, argues lawyer Josh Lawler.
CoinDesk's Michael Casey speaks with author, historian and Hoover Institution senior fellow Niall Ferguson about our disrupted world, inevitable crisis and what it could mean for money.
Is a cash-based society sustainable in a pandemic? Hoarders say yes. Health experts say maybe. Visionaries say no: It’s a moment for systemic change.
It's been a week since the Hive blockchain broke off from Steem in protest. So far, the market action has been on the side of the dissidents.
Big names like IBM, Oracle and the World Health Organization (WHO) will use blockchain technology to track data relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
The March 12 crash is still fresh in crypto traders’ and fund managers’ minds, leaving some to think no trading decisions are the best decisions for now.
As another unprecedented week winds down, @NLW breaks down unlimited QE, digital dollars, the last break of institutional trust and more.