A publicly traded Canadian bitcoin company has caught the watchful eye of the U.S. SEC after its stock ran up more than 6,000% in 2017.
Bitwala announced that it will not support the so-called New York Agreement (NYA), despite being a signatory of the said consensus.
The Internal Revenue Service has been using bitcoin tracking software since as far back as 2015, according to information obtained today.
Credit Suisse is planning to launch its syndicated loans platform on the blockchain in 2018, in a move to try it in commercial setting.
CalvinAyre.com has acquired cryptocurrency news site Coingeek.com as part of site founder Calvin Ayre’s deeper involvement on Bitcoin.
AU has become the latest country to pursue a new bill to extend existing anti-money laundering provisions to regulate the cryptocurrency.
Bank ABC became the latest member of the R3 Consortium, one of the leading groups of companies developing distributed ledger technology.
Marui has begun testing bitcoin payments across its stores, as the currency continues to gain support throughout the Japanese retail sector.
Bitcoin is expected to complete the latest phase on its scaling journey today, with the SegWit, proposals set to lock in on the network.
AT&T and American Airlines are on the ride of Bitcoin train as they now accept Bitcoin voucher with other big brands are on it as well.
SIX and Nasdaq have penned an agreement that will see Switzerland’s stock exchange utilize blockchain technology.