Binance doesn’t have a license to act as a securities intermediary in Brazil, which means it has been offering derivatives illegally.
The dispute concerned payment and delivery for US$3.9 million worth of hashing equipment used in Bitcoin transaction processing.
Retail investor interest in digital currency is far from where it was in 2017—which is good and bad.
A Singaporean man has been fined close to $72,000 for his role in promoting multi-billion OneCoin scam. His efforts led to the recruitment of over 1,000 people.
The Bank of Japan has been exploring the technical feasibility of a CBDC and in its latest paper; it dives into offline usage for those without smartphones.
The country’s block reward mining efforts have thus far attracted investment of 82.6 million Tenge, approximately $20 million.
Blockchain and IoT technologies are gaining a bigger share in the food production and supply industry, and as one study found, they are changing the industry.
Mohammad Jaber explores the future of digital currency industry after the Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive provisions are implemented.
AT&T hasn’t stopped fighting a SIM-swap lawsuit filed by an investor who lost $1.9m. In its latest effort, it claimed that there was no breach of social norms.
Individuals across 20 countries were affected by this scam, but the U.K. and Australia were the two countries that were hit the hardest.
Dr. Craig Wright’s latest blog post takes a look at a very interesting, and often discussed topic: if “code is law.”