ShapeShift has reportedly delisted a number of "privacy coins" from its platform due to regulatory risks associated with the use of Monero, DASH and Zcash.
There is a rising wave of indictments and litigation finally bringing these exchanges—and their employees—to justice.
Connor Murray recounts his experience of pitching his project, TrueReviews, to a panel of investors at the first Bitcoin Association BSV Venture Pitch Day in Seoul.
We take a closer look at the exchanges that have delisted or continue to deny their customers access to BSV.
CipherBlade, a blockchain investigation firm, has concluded that the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has overstated its previous claims about the cryptocurrency exchange ShapeShift.
To help you get onboard, we listed down the step by step guide for easier way to own Bitcoin SV (BSV).
Citing the continued bear market in cryptocurrencies, Switzerland-based exchange ShapeShift has let go of 37 employees, about one-third of its work force.
The twelfth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing argues for loving ShapeShift, even though it is giving in just a little to government pressure.
Erik Voorhees, the founder of ShapeShift.io, has responded robustly to claims made in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) that he says are “factually incorrect and deceptive.”
Cryptocurrency traders who use the ShapeShift app will soon have to sign up for membership and provide “basic personal information.”