A look at what’s happening in crypto as the new year rolls around.
Bitmain laying off 50% of its staff suggests the upcoming BTC halving may not be as lucrative as many would hope.
Dongguan filed a grievance against the Bitmain subsidiary this past September and is looking to be paid around $676,000.
Jihan Wu is trying to make everyone forget about Micree Zhan and tempt buyers with offers never seen before.
The clever idea from Lawry Trevor-Deutsch resulted to Blockchain Domes Heat Station which he operates for United American Corp near Montreal, Canada.
Three men who thought they could get away with ripping off unsuspecting cryptocurrency investors have found out that it isn’t as difficult to uncover crypto fraud as they had hoped.
Squire Mining Ltd. is pleased to announce the results of the Company's annual general and special meeting of shareholders.
Nvidia believes the crypto mining lawsuit doesn’t have any merit, arguing that the investors are only “cherry-picking” data to try to support their case.
Minery CEO Ilya Bruman explains why Siberia is becoming a hot spot for cryptocurrency mining services.
Steve Shadders recently took to writing about how new changes in BSVs code will make for better relationships between miners and businesses.