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The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has issued a cybercrime warning after several attempted security breaches.
The Bank of Canada said the global health crisis had hastened the urgency of the development of its state-backed digital currency.
If U.S. used a blockchain-based digital identity system there is a high probability that this economic mishap would not have happened.
JPMorgan analysts have drawn a controversial conclusion that BTC is likely to survive in the future, even as a speculative asset.
This latest package comes roughly two months after the EU approved a €540 billion ($600.84 billion) stimulus package.
For Bitcoin SV supporters, the crisis suggests possibilities to push forward the project in ways they were already pursuing, Charles Miller writes.
At a time when many people around the world are stuck inside due to coronavirus, the Phoenix Challenge allowed software developers around the world to create.
The total stablecoin supply has grown by over 70% since the beginning of February, indicating a demand for a “stable” asset during extreme volatility.
According to FINCEN, there have been over 70,000 cases of digital currency-related fraud reported to their agency since 2013.
Tron has received $2.4 million from the U.S. government, and that the company is expecting to receive another cash assistance in the future.