Internet retailer Amazon’s filings for two cryptography data-storage solutions have been approved by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Target’s Twitter account was compromised by hackers and used to promote a fake Bitcoin giveaway.
British political commentator Tommy Robinson has turned to crypto donations after PayPal banned him from the platform for ‘hate speech’.
A group of young experts used cruel interrogation techniques to force a crypto holder to provide his login credentials.
Thailand’s Prime Minister Wissanu highlights the need to combat terrorist financing and money laundering through tighter crypto regulations.
The Cybercrime Task Force focuses on SIM swapping in its fight against cryptocurrency fraud.
Canadian lender Ledn issues a Bitcoin-backed loan to a local crypto payment processing platform.
Istanbul police detained 11 individuals over the theft of Bitcoin worth $80,000.
Criminals threaten Amsterdam businesses with violence, demand 50,000 euro in Bitcoin.
W3C is developing new payment methods standards that will allow for in-browser Bitcoin payments.
US voters have a favorable view of cryptocurrency – yet remain distrustful of their politicians and foreign adversaries that might use the technology.
British crypto-experts have criticized a newly proposed plan to regulate the crypto market, warning it could ‘backfire’.
Chinese arbitrary court has ruled that Bitcoin’s legal status as a non-currency does not mean it is not a property.
New South Wales police forces arrested a 23-year-old Australian for stealing Ripple worth $46,000.
A MarketsandMarkets report projects the crypto industry will reach $1.4 billion by 2024.
Nordic banking giant Nordea has been linked to a massive money laundering scheme involving $365 billion of illicit funds.