According to Bloomberg, Binance has acquired a 5 percent stake,
In February of this year, FINMA released its initial coin offering (ICO) guidelines and classification of tokens.
Commission-free investing app Robinhood has added support for Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash on its platform. The latest addition expands the total number of cryptocurrencies available on the platform to four.
The Robinhood platform enables its customers to buy and sell US listed stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETF) with zero commission.
Mobile cryptocurrency wallet Abra has teamed with Israel-based bitcoin startup Simplex to allow bitcoin purchases via Visa and Mastercard through its platform.
Abra offers a crypto to crypto exchange and digital wallet in one place. It empowers consumers to buy, store,
Uphold, formerly Bitreserve, is a cloud-based financial services platform enabling users to convert deposits to their account via bank account,
Blockchain Logistics Firm Smart Containers’ SkyCell Division Partners With DuPont Safety & Construction
DuPont is a business unit of DowDuPont Specialty Products Division, a global provider of technology-based materials,
The temporary respite in plunging cryptocurrency prices proved to be just that – temporary. At mid-morning, all of the top ten coins were in red arrows.
Bitcoin was at the $6,200 mark, down 3.5 percent over the last 24 hours. The rest of the top ten coins followed,
The rapid growth of blockchain technology over the past year or so has brought the concept of smart contracts to the fore. This new type of agreement is designed to ensure that the parameters of a transaction are executed as agreed and on time. Smart contracts do this using code logic written as if-then statements.
The government of India may not ban cryptocurrencies entirely, an unnamed senior government official told news outlet Quartz.
The government official said a Finance Ministry panel has ordered a study on cryptocurrencies, which may suggest that India would treat virtual currencies as commodities.
South Korean lawmakers are reportedly set to submit draft bills focused on regulating cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings (ICO) and blockchain technology.
According to a report from the Korea Times, legislators from different political parties will introduce the drafts at an extraordinary session of the National Assembly,