In comments on the future of cryptocurrency, Ethereum’s co-founder Vitalik Buterin mentioned the spreading and usage of BCH.
VET is back above a penny after gaining more than 35% within hours.
KIN, the cryptocurrency project of the Kik chat app, aims to expand its portfolio of products through a developer incubator program and is about to …
The promise of retail funds flowing into ETC lifted the price closer to its usual range.
The USDT token inflow was followed by a fast market recovery, taking BTC Prices above $6,300.
After the latest crash in altcoins, the scale of losses since all-time highs paints a dramatic picture, but a handful of assets stand out.
Ethereum giveaway scams multiplied with cybercriminals pocketing $2.3 million in the second quarter of 2018.
The Tether treasury released two tranches yesterday, injecting 90 million USDT to Bittrex.
As altcoins crash, and Bitcoin (BTC) tries to defend the $6,000 level, two relatively small daily tranches were minted to support prices.
Since the launch of the Bitcoin Cash network, Bitmain has supported it both with altruistic mining and outright coin buying.
Altcoins nosedive, tokens and projects suffer more losses compared to Bitcoin – here is what to do next.
While the Bitcoin hashrate is as high as ever, farms and rigs are being sold off, with a pessimistic attitude to the future of crypto.
The cash-for-crypto exchange service expands its selection of altcoins with the intention of adding more tokens.
After only 13 days of trading, the SyncFab (MFG) token was delisted from Bitforex, and some of deposited funds remained locked.
The BitConnect lending pyramid scheme started to indicate a return on social media, while the old BCC asset was scheduled for delisting on the last …
The XRP digital asset has fallen facing hard times as its value and utility are questioned.
The latest market downturn has not prevented miners from supporting the network at unprecedented rates.
The Ethereum congestion by a FOMO lottery game was cleared, but an airdrop is taking up gas.
Bitcoin fell again, sinking swiftly toward $6,300, as the ETF decision was delayed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The asset, which at one point traded above $5, has been falling for weeks, going deep below the $1 mark.