The first product, Uphold Earn, will function like a traditional banking product and will allow customers to earn interest on Universal Dollar (UPUSD),
Klaytn, a blockchain platform developed by South Korean chat giant Kakao subsidiary GroundX, has introduced the first batch of its initial service partners.
Klaytn, unvieled earlier this month, aims to provide an enterprise-friendly development environment, optimized computation speed and scalability,
Crypto wallet CoinText has expanded its SMS Bitcoin Cash wallet service in Brazil and three European markets.
CoinText is a for-purpose project to make cryptocurrency easy to use to expand economic freedom around the world. It allows users to transact digital currency without Internet,
The crypto markets continued to be stuck in a narrow range in today’s early trading. Most coins were down a few tenths to slightly less than two percent in the top ten.
Bitcoin was at $6,500 per single coin, down a half-percent over the last 24 hours.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today suspended trading in the securities of a company amid questions surrounding its statements about partnering with a claimed SEC-qualified custodian for use with cryptocurrency transactions and a purportedly registered public offering of preferred stock.
The SEC’s trading suspension order says that two August 2018 press releases issued by Nevada-based American Retail Group,
As blockchain becomes increasingly commonplace and more and more people realize how digital currencies and smart contract technology can be applied to existing industries, the legal framework and means for its distribution among the masses will need to be agreed.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a global money-laundering watchdog, is planning to publish its first rules on oversight of cryptocurrencies by June 2019.
The Paris-based money-laundering watchdog announced on Friday that the rules would be an upgrade from guidelines currently in place and would require jurisdictions worldwide to license or regulate crypto exchanges and digital wallet providers.
The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country’s Internet censorship agency, has published new draft regulations for blockchain-related service providers. The draft regulations is open for public consultation until November 2.
The draft, titled “The Regulation for Managing Blockchain Information Services,”
Masayoshi Amamiya, deputy governor of the Bank of Japan, the country’s central bank, said that the BOJ has no plan to issue cryptocurrencies that can be widely used by the public for settlement and payment purposes.
In a speech at a meeting of academics in Nagoya,
The city council of Ephrata, a city in Grant County, Washington, has voted to halt new crypto mining operations for the next 12 months.
The moratorium, which garnered a 6-1 vote, will only block new cryptocurrency mining operations from being established in Ephrata,