A report by South Korea's state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB) suggested that North Korea has been mining cryptocurrencies, albeit on a small scale.
While not wanting to make a huge deal out of it, India’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has quietly been working behind the scenes on the possible expansion of the world’s future currency.
The Bank of America has filed a patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the development of a cryptocurrency storage system.
The Kenyan Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is turning to blockchain for a better election experience.
Google has taken steps to try and control the amount of extraneous and questionable cryptocurrency-related applications found on the Play Store.
One of Kryptovault's facilities could be shut down after residents filed noise complaints against the Norwegian crypto mining company, according to reports.
The facility, built on the site of a former Soviet-fertilizer-producing laboratory, has an energy capacity of around 20mW and is equipped with more than 3,000 machines for crypto mining.
Dubbed Ryuk, there are suggestions the ransomware attacks could be linked to a North Korean hacker group known to rely on BTC ransom payments.
European football’s governing body UEFA has hailed a recent blockchain ticketing trial a success, following its use during this month’s Super Cup match between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid.
Lawmakers in the United States are taking a considerable interest in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space, if the recent discussion on the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources is of any indication.