With its forthcoming digital yuan, China will aim to rival the U.S. dollar, not Bitcoin, say experts.
A turbulent mixture of macro, coupled with expectations of a big move in Bitcoin, could spell an interesting week for traders and holders alike.
OKEx CEO Jay Hao recently touched on the importance of good customer service.
There are 234 companies in Singapore’s blockchain landscape.
Bitcoin hangs near the chasm of the adoption curve and its price looks similar to Apple’s stock in 2008 before it broke out with a 520% rally.
Expedia now allows its over 700,000 accommodations to be booked with cryptocurrency through crypto travel platform Travala.com.
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Symbol from NEM makes blockchain solution to solve wine tampering and counterfeiting problems to save millions for the wine industry.
Bitcoin is struggling to punch through stubborn resistance at $9,300, and a Russian court has effectively ruled BTC theft is not a crime.
A recent Bloomberg report says Bitcoin is a resting bull but improperly interprets key metrics to paint a bullish case for BTC.
Smart vending machine maker Popcom raises $1.3 million through Regulated CF security token offerings.
Brock Pierce joins the 2020 elections as a last-minute presidential candidate.
Bitcoin and most altcoins are witnessing selling at every minor rally, increasing the possibility of a dip in the short-term.
Binance to support Ontology 2.0 upgrades and says it will not further allow NEP5-based ONT deposits.
Philippine SEC warns against investment schemes including one based on the Ethreum blockchain it says is a Ponzi scheme.
A closer look at the role that International Securities Identification Numbers may take in the harmonization of standards for identifying digital assets.
Visa’s head of crypto says CBDC is the most important payments trend in the next decade.
The price of Bitcoin dropped below $9,000 for the second time in one week but the uptrend of BTC can be sustained despite a historically bearish Q3.
Are traditional business enterprises ready to embrace a blockchain-based payments network? Maybe not, according to two research reports.
Several signs are pointing to a new bear market for Bitcoin as mining chip manufacturers are feeling the pinch from the halving and the global economic downturn.
UNICEF’s crypto fund is looking for blockchain startups from emerging countries that tackle COVID-19 and humanitarian challenges.
HyperChain Capital CEO says DeFi provides potential growth and investment opportunities for the digital assets management firm.
Casa finds ElectrumX to be the “best bang for the buck” for server implementations after test.
Okamoto explains why his “electronic cash” patent may have presented obstacles to Hal Finney’s plans to make his own electronic currency.
Bridgewater CIO Ray Dalio claims capital markets are no longer free as central banks drive more of the economy.
NULS core developer “Berzeck” speaks on the state of blockchain technology in Latin America.
In the time of DeFi boom, how will Beam’s confidential DeFi stand different from others? Beam CEO Alexander Zaidelson spoke to Cointelegraph.
The price of Bitcoin is consolidating below $9,300 but this isn’t necessarily bearish as a major breakout may be in the works.
“Open Source Money,” about the investigation of Dragonchain’s ICO, is both an intro to crypto and the current state of U.S. regulation.
“You own your money, but you have to be aware of the responsibilities of owning your own money. You have to be careful with that freedom.”