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The South China Morning Post has reported the country's economic planning body moving to ban cryptocurrency mining facilities.
As bankers' skepticism about blockchain deepens, crypto firms should demonstrate how the technology can help financial companies, such as by extending access to the underbanked, says Hinkes, a... prominent advocate of blockchain.
Crypto diehards see Bitcoin's 70 per cent rebound from its 2018 low (and even bigger gains for so-called alt coins) as the start of a new bull market
A tech entrepreneur and his wife have made a very Silicon Valley donation to his San Francisco alma mater -- $25 million, mostly in cryptocurrency. The gift from Chris Larsen, …
The cryptocurrency briefly topped $5,000 and the value of digital assets tracked by CoinMarketCap.com jumped by about $17 billion in less than an hour
Bitcoin soared to its highest in almost five months on Tuesday, pulling smaller cryptocurrencies up with it, after a major order by an anonymous buyer set off a frenzy of computer-driven trading,... analysts said.
In the 10 years since Bitcoin was created, a lot has happened to cryptocurrency. Do we understand crypto any better? Are we underestimating it? Bitcoin, Blockchain, Ethereum, and even Satoshi Nakamoto... went from obscurity to something we might see on mainstream news. Completely new industries around cryptocurrency and blockchain technology sprung up. Investors and early […] The post 10 Years After Bitcoin Began, are We Underestimating Crypto? appeared first on ReadWrite.
From Extra Crunch Jon Evans has a comprehensive look at the most compelling futures for "Crypto 2.0." With the trading frenzy out of the way (at least for the time being), engineers and product... designers can now get back to the real world of improving these systems. Digital accessibility expert Beth Franssen has a piece […]
The fallout from the Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX saga continues to unravel in the courts with droves of angry investors demanding answers.
IBM's Blockchain World Wire global payment network gives a boost to Bitcoin and XLM.
The cryptocurrency boom appears to be alive and well for Binance, the world's largest digital-asset exchange by trading volume.
With all the exit scams, weird meat obsessions, and cantankerous fan-boy culture, the world of cryptocurrency is kind of a drag. And that's without even touching on the current and persistent bear... market. But all that has changed, denizens of the internet. Cryptocurrency is good now, and we owe it all to the trailer for the upcoming crypto-themed action flick starring none other than Snake Plissken himself. Say hello to CRYPTO, the film that, like its eponymous subject matter, features a bunch of idiots fighting over bullshit and terrible security practices. SEE ALSO: One of the most popular Ethereum apps sure looks like a Ponzi scheme
A cryptocurrency firm said it will stop using trademarks including the term "Alibaba" as part a settlement of a lawsuit brought by Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd, the Chinese e-commerce retailer.
A shocking year for crypto losses and confusion over blockchain won't stop these startups.
Authorities have arrested one leader on Wednesday of a cryptocurrency project called OneCoin, which prosecutors allege was in fact a pyramid scheme rather than a functional currency. Konstantin... Ignatov was arrested on a wire fraud conspiracy charge, while his older sister, Ruja Ignatova, has been indicted for money laundering, and wire and securities fraud, in a document unsealed yesterday. Ignatova is currently at large. OneCoin, a Bulgaria-based company, was founded in 2014 and still has operations running today, according to the indictment. The company gave users a commission if they could convince others to buy OneCoin cryptocurrency, taking the familiar shape of a multi-level marketing scheme. It claimed to have over 3 million...
Cryptoasset investors are influenced by friends and social media celebrities, but often understand little.
A cup of coffee might cure a headache for some, but for those championing the news you may soon be able to pay for your latte with bitcoin, an even bigger headache may be on the horizon.
Hey, look at that. A cryptocurrency exchange has decided to do the right thing – albeit belatedly, and only after a sustained public outcry. The San Francisco-based exchange Coinbase announced on... March 4 it had agreed to part ways with several new employees holding a particular grisly distinction: Namely, that they previously worked for the incredibly shady Italian spyware company Hacking Team. SEE ALSO: Now any idiot can apply to list their altcoin on Coinbase Hacking Team, for those not in the know, has been accused of selling spyware to governments with dismal human rights records. For example, the Ethiopian government allegedly used Hacking Team tools to target journalists in the U.S.
A high-stakes legal drama featuring cryptocurrencies has been unfolding in a Canadian court recently.
Facebook is reportedly exploring issuing its own cryptocurrency, which could be pegged to real currencies to cut down on speculation.
IT professionals have the know-how and requisite privileges to deploy Bitcoin miners, and to cover their tracks. Could your organization be at risk?
As the extreme volatility of cryptocurrencies makes them difficult to depend on for day-to-day use, another type of virtual currency is gaining popularity: stablecoins.
The breath of the the recent rally suggests that new money is flowing into the entire sector rather than old money rotating from one coin to another.
Several cryptocurrency exchanges have moved closer to mainstream markets by buying listed companies, looking to raise funds and present themselves as embedded in the traditional financial services... world they once spurned.
Neutrinoâs technology will aid the crypto exchange to investigate and prevent cybercrimes.