Occupying the majority of regulators’ time in countries around the world, Facebook’s Libra stablecoin doesn’t appear to be getting any closer to finding a viable solution.
In a new blog post, Dr. Craig Wright takes a closer look at tracing digital currency movements and how Bitcoin can actually help to reduce crime.
Kin cryptocurrency caused the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to drop its hammer on the company, and the result was the company deciding to put all its resources into fighting the lawsuit.
iFinex, Inc. is embroiled in a lawsuit brought down by the New York attorney general as a result of a loan it received from Tether to cover more than $850 million that disappeared.
Telegram was set to take on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in court this Thursday, but it now looks like it’s going to have to wait.
Facebook offering a stablecoin like Libra has really caused regulators to shudder and become fearful that stablecoins could lead to a rise in money-laundering activity.
Poloniex will get $100 million to further expand its business, but American BSV customers will have to move on.
Regulations were put into place that helped currency evolve and, even though it still took more than 100 years for an established U.S. dollar to be recognized globally
This week saw Libra bounce back after having lost supporters like Visa, MasterCard, Stripe and more.
Telegram was recently orderd to bring to a halt its activity surrounding the TON (Telegram Open Network) and associated Gram cryptocurrency.
The power of blockchain technology is seemingly endless, with a myriad of potential applications and solutions that are able to revolutionize how companies operate and share information.