That’s not something you see every day: an opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court that makes a reference to cryptocurrencies.
Bluehill, a startup incubator for global blockchain projects, launched on Thursday after raising $50 million to support the IOST ecosystem.
The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank is now tracking the prices of four top cryptos in its economic research database, FRED.
Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport has launched an ATM that allows departing travelers to exchange their remaining euros for bitcoin or ethereum.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the founders of the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange, just won another crypto-related patent.
Tether announced its tokens are fully-backed by real cash according to a third-party review but the crypto community doesn’t seem convinced.
The U.S. government needs to develop reasonable regulations around the nascent cryptocurrency space, said OMB director Mick Mulvaney.
Members of the House of Representatives, the lower chamber of the U.S. Congress, must begin disclosing cryptocurrency investments that exceed $1,000.
Add Akon to the list of celebrities who are launching their own cryptocurrencies.
The SEC is once more taking action against a co-founder of the PlexCoin ICO project, having already sued him over securities violations and fraud.
Seven EOS accounts were frozen to prevent token theft. But does this seemingly moral decision spell havoc for the broader crypto market?
Hours after an exchange breach that saw $31 million stolen from Bithumb, more details have surfaced, but some questions still remain unanswered.
Bithumb, one of the largest crypto exchanges in South Korea by trading volume, confirmed a hack of $31 million worth of cryptos on its platform …
ICON is gearing up for its token swap which will see its ERC20 tokens exchanged for mainnet ICX coins.
For Lloyd Blankfein, bitcoin just isn’t his thing.
BitTorrent said it has “no plans to enable mining of cryptocurrency now or in the future” in a statement on Tuesday.
IBM iX and ad software provider Mediaocean are forming a blockchain consortium aimed to solve some of the biggest issues in advertising.
Buying, selling, trading and settlement of cryptocurrencies is now illegal without a license, according to a statement from Cambodian authorities.
While the thought may disappoint cypherpunks, the first step of a transition toward a true “money of the people” will be implemented by central banks.
Japan’s Financial Service Agency is further cracking down on what it considers lax compliance with AML rules at larger, licensed exchanges.