The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency is investigating a blockchain-based property registry to streamline disaster insurance payouts. […]
Deutsche Boerse and Swiss state-run telecom Swisscom have settled securities transactions using different blockchain protocols. German […]
The software available for download on Monero’s official website was compromised to steal cryptocurrency. The software available for […]
The secret to building a successful decentralized autonomous organization: Decred project lead shares four lessons in de-leadership. The […]
According to a notice issued on weibo.com, and later confirmed as authentic by business publication Caixin, authorities in Shanghai appear […]
From video games to fizzy drinks, teens have their own spending agenda. Raised in the digital age, generation Z also has a special sense of […]
The Supreme Court of India called on for hearing on Monday the writ petitions challenging the banking restriction by the Reserve Bank of […]
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang has detailed his plans to regulate the digital economy if he were to become the President of the United […]
The U.S. government will strictly enforce the rules on cryptocurrencies similar to the standards recommended by the Financial Action Task […]
The Mimblewimble privacy technology used by cryptocurrencies such as Beam and Grin is broken. That’s the claim of researcher Ivan […]
Bitcoin looks set to test support at $7,520 after a bearish cross was confirmed Monday and recent gloomy China news.
MakerDAO may be diversifying the assets it works with, but it has a long way to go to decentralize the power to make key decisions.
The fraudster used diamonds and real estate to whisk away $300,000 in other people's money in 2017.
The agency’s five commissioners will review a staff decision to reject the rule-change proposal for a bitcoin ETF made last month.
The crypto-friendly presidential candidate outlined his tech visions in a blog post to his campaign site.
The NAC argued that blockchain could improve the speed of payouts communities rely on in the wake of natural disasters.
Bitcoin prices tumbled on Monday by the most in two months, falling below a key threshold of $8,200 not seen since late October.
Contrary to recent media reports, Canada’s largest bank is not opening a crypto exchange.
A panel of senior British judges and lawyers has moved to clarify the legal status of cryptocurrencies and smart contracts.
U.K.-based Cashaa, which describes itself as a banking service platform, is about to launch bank accounts for stateside crypto firms denominated in U.S. dollars.