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In a role reversal befitting these topsy-turvy times, Wall Street has recently seen more turbulence than the top cryptocurrency.
Law professors who've long pushed for a digital dollar worked with Congress to bring the concept to a series of coronavirus relief bills earlier this week.
A nominee for a CME director position argued for tokenizing certain shares and building renewable energy sources which could also mine crypto.
The newly extended rule that crypto mining farms must offset energy consumption with renewables might also be made permanent.
A scam in the UK targets crypto while Venezuela's president is charged with money laundering. It's CoinDesk's Markets Daily podcast.
Cryptocurrency firms can continue operating but must apply for a license by summer under new rules
Bitwise is hoping to draw a retail market for its Bitwise 10 Index Fund, which it intends to list on a regulated alternative trading system later this year.
Digital Farms is halting operations due to low bitcoin prices, its owner says.
Seismic shifts might be in the offing for the global monetary system — a phenomenon that historically has occurred in the wake of world wars.
Economists, analysts and big bank CEOs tell us that there is nothing to fear because this time is different from 2008. If only it were so simple.
Bitcoin may not be out of the woods yet, but prospects of another sudden price crash now look to have diminished.
U.K residents are being warned against scammers claiming to offer information on locals infected with coronavirus for payments in bitcoin.
Coinbase Commerce's 8,000 retailers have processed more than $200 million since its launch two years ago.
HSBC is using blockchain as opposed to a traditional database because it plans to tokenize the $10B in private placements after it digitizes them.
New recycling technologies and mandates have blockchains playing a role: measuring action and demonstrating it to the public.
EOS creator Block.one has acquired the team behind once-prominent block producer EOS New York, which has now entirely ceased operations.
The bankruptcy trustee overseeing the winding up of crypto exchange QuadrigaCX, will be turning all user information over to the Canada Revenue Agency.
American and European equity markets extended their gains on Thursday while major cryptocurrencies made only slight moves on the day.
Demand for gold is skyrocketing and the clamor for scarce assets in a remote-first world was precisely where bitcoin was supposed to shine. But it's complicated.
As BlackRock gets appointed to oversee bailouts to companies including BlackRock, how do we make an insane moment lead to good?