Crypto mining company Bitmain has opened an office in the famous Silicon Valley in anticipation of its initial public offering, planned for later this year.
Under Spotlite's plans, people will pay an up-front fee of $3,400 (£2,500) to rent a Kodak KashMiner. In return, the renters get to keep a portion of any BTC that the crypto miner generated.
New York authorities approved the new rates in order to help balance electricity usage between cryptocurrency miners and local residents.
Fujitsu has launched a new platform that allows companies to see whether their distributed ledger plans will have commercial benefits in just five days.
Treasure hunting in the waters of Bahamas, an activity estimated to be worth of $100 billion, is being revolutionized with the help of blockchain technology.
An Israeli man has been indicted for threatening national security after an attempted extortion against his employer, a firm working closely with the Israeli government to develop cyber security software.
Popular web browser Opera has released a new version for Android devices that incorporates a cryptocurrency wallet directly into the browser.
After being bombarded by interested cryptocurrency companies, SpaceBelt has secured a partnership that will hopefully help them address the demands of the cryptocurrency space.
Pundi X has just given a bold pledge—at least 100,000 machines for crypto payments worldwide by 2021.
The state of Delaware has tapped IBM to design a prototype of a blockchain-based filing system for the state in a deal worth $738,000.
The fight against illegal cryptocurrency mining continues in China, this time with the arrest of at least 20 individuals who police suspect have been part of a mega cryptojacking case.