Cryptocurrency thefts globally are expected to reach over $1 billion this year, about four times the recorded thefts last year.
In an effort to protect its users, cryptocurrency exchange Binance announced that it would delisting four cryptocurrency tokens from its platform, effective Oct. 12.
Middle East is about to get its first central bank-licensed cryptocurrency exchange, courtesy of Rain Financial.
A cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea has been sued over its alleged price-pumping schemes that involves token issuance.
In the latest example of banks taking exception to promising crypto businesses, press reports have revealed that Vancouver-based QuadrigaCX has been facing a freeze on assets worth as much as CAD28 million.
The exchange is now turning to significant redundancies amongst its 40 strong team, as part of a wider essential restructuring of their business, sources told Financial News.
The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority granted licensing approval to Crypto Fund, an investment fund based in Zug.
A new set of rules will allow domestic companies in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to raise funds via initial coin offerings (ICOs).
Trading platform OTC Exchange Network (OTCXN) announced its partnership with cryptocurrency custodian Kingdom Trust.
The Singapore's first fiat-to-cryptocurrency exchange, EurekaPro, is already accepting beta testers and over 8,000 individuals signed up the first week the testing was offered.
Fintech company Cinnober has partnered with payment solutions provider GAP600 to enable instant confirmation of cryptocurrency transactions on exchanges.