[New Player to Offer ASIC Chips This Year]A new competitor is advancing on plans to enter the mining hardware market by the end of the year.
Bitcoin could get better privacy with Taproot, but there's one big obstacle - it can't be deployed until another technology goes through.
[Curing the Disease of Control with Taoism and Crypto-Anarchy]Many people lust for control.
Cybercriminals earned more than $2.3 million from cryptocurrency scams during the second quarter of 2018, a new study reports.
[High-Profile Thai Crypto Case: Bitcoiner Lost 5,500+ BTC - Ringleader Fled to US]A high-profile crypto case involving a well-known actor and model has come to public attention in Thailand following the enforcement of the country’s crypto regulations.
[An ICO Venture Is Trying to Take Over a Tokyo Stock Exchange Listed Company]Could we soon see a token-backed project listed on one of the biggest equity venues in the world?
Venezuela is set to begin using its "petro" cryptocurrency as an official accounting unit, according to the country's president.
[Caribbean Central Bank Explores Issuing Its Own Digital Coin]A growing number of governments and central banks around the world are looking to the possibility of issuing their own digital coins these days.
[Jamaica Stock Exchange Plans to Offer Cryptocurrency Trading]The Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) has announced it plans to allow investors the ability to trade cryptocurrencies through the regulated stock exchange.
Playboy is suing Canadian blockchain company Global Blockchain Technologies (GBT) for fraud and breach of contract.
A private version of the crypto protocol lightning network is headed to zcash, with the potential it could be added for other blockchains soon.
[ICO Regulations Round-Up: Fundraising Law, Jeju Island, Self-Directed IRAs]In recent news pertaining to initial coin offerings (ICO) regulations, an EU report has advocated the regulation of ICOs according to crowdfunding legislation, the governor of Korea’s Jeju Island wants his jurisdiction to become a special economic zone regarding cryptocurrencies and blockchain, and the U.S.
A district judge has slapped down an investor's effort to move a lawsuit against payments firm Ripple to a lower court.
[Keynote Launches $6 Million Diversity and Inclusion Fund for the Global Blockchain Industry]Keynote Launches a new fund to support diversity and inclusion in the development and use of blockchain technology.
High Times, which announced last week that it would accept bitcoin and ether for its coming IPO, said in an SEC filing Monday that this was an "error."
[Venezuela to Have Two Units of Account – Petro and Petro-Pegged Bolivar]President Maduro’s Venezuela is preparing to effectively adopt next week two official units of account – the nation’s crypto, El Petro, and the new petro-pegged bolivar that will replace the inflated national fiat.
The SEC has issued a cease-and-desist along with a $30,000 penalty to the founder of a token sale it called "fraudulent."
Coders on a smaller cryptocurrency protocol are showing why expansion might not be so easy for Bitmain, a mining giant that's soon to file for an IPO.
[Markets Update: Bloody Crypto-Markets Suffer More Losses]Leading up until this Tuesday a great majority of cryptocurrency markets have lost considerable value over the past few days.
Enterprise-focused blockchain startup Axoni has completed a $32 million Series B funding round led by Goldman Sachs.
A blockchain startup wants to raise nearly $100 million dollars to create a new form of fantasy football aimed to bring fans together.
The decentralized exchange is adding messaging and ID verification features to address the worries that have kept institutional investors at bay.
Bitcoin risks printing fresh 2018 low below the June low of $5,755, but will likely defend the support at $5,650 in the short-run.
The Jamaica Stock Exchange will be adding cryptocurrency trading for its clients later this year.
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Obviously a coin's price matters, but it's only one of several measures of a blockchain's value.
Korea's Jeju island is eyeing a plan to allow crypto projects to conduct initial coin offerings in the self-governing province despite a domestic ban.
Lightning nodes are making money – albeit not much – displaying the potential for a growing fee market on the layer two tech.
Bitcoin fell below $6,000 on Tuesday, a decline that brings the price of the world's largest cryptocurrency to within 2 percent of its 2018 low.
Falling prices have sent the total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies below $200 billion.