Another country has refused to fall for initial coin offerings’ (ICOs) “new language, same game” schemes.
The South American country is reportedly on the verge of foregoing its bolivar currency in favor of a new one—Bitcoin
Having raised over $2 billion so far in 2017, ICOs have been quick to attract attention from financial regulators worldwide.
The much-hyped Kik ICO has today come to a close, falling short of the expectations set out by the company ahead of its launch.
The search for new ways to raise money has paved the way for the rise of the so-called Initial Coin Offerings, or ICOs.
Data analytics company FICO has developed a system that will collect financial data from Bitcoin exchanges.
The Nigerian central bank has announced it is preparing a new research paper into cryptocurrencies and the blockchain.
The central bank of Brazil has become the latest global banking authority to announce its intentions to pilot new technology on the blockchain.
After years of flip-flopping on the issue, Russia is finally moving ahead with its plan to regulate digital currencies.
The Australian government has finally made good on its promise to end the double taxation of cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin.
Roger Ver perfectly shut down a heckler who interrupted his speech at a blockchain conference in Hong Kong.
It’s been seven weeks since the blockchain split, and the Bitcoin Cash network is growing stronger as the days continue with more supporters.
Luno has become the latest investment success, completing a Series B funding round that raised a further $9 million for the company.
Two of China’s “Big Three” exchanges have decided to cease all trading services for local customers.
Jamie Dimon went on a tirade last week in a conference in NYC, where he condemned Bitcoin and threatened to fire any employee who will trade the bitcoin.
Bitcoin payment processor BitPay recently rolled out the beta version of its open source Copay wallet.
Dubai Financial Services Authority speak out about the risks of ICOs or initial coin offerings as the global financial regulator.
ViaBTC has become the second platform to cease trading operations as the government’s clampdown on the domestic cryptocurrency space continues