Former BTC-only Exchange ItBit has been approved by the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) to add four new crypto assets for its investors.
Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s former chief strategist, has turned his attention to the cryptocurrency market, investing a large amount in Bitcoin and planning to create his own virtual coin.
The crypto explosion has seen various mainstream financial institutions come up with policies and structures to support digital currencies. But the Western Union CEO says that his company…
Just Not Yet: Ripple Says Banks Unlikely to Make Use of Blockchain for Cross-Border Payments Anytime…
Blockchain has brought about a revolution in the financial industry, no doubt. However, Ripple seem to be of the opinion that banks are unlikely to apply the technology for cross-border…
A new study shows that Tether was used to inflate Bitcoin’s price late last year, when it reached its peak.
Jeremy Allaire, Co-Founder & CEO of payments company Circle, believes that the world is beginning to tokenize everything.
The President of BaFin thinks blockchain-based applications are revolutionary and have the potential to overhaul how the financial sector operates.
The German government concludes that financial stability is not at risk from cryptocurrencies.
Fresh from revealing plans to add Ethereum Classic to its exchange, crypto giant Coinbase has now announced that its cryptocurrency index fund is open to investors in the U.S.
Global blockchain firms have invested tens of millions of Yuan into Chinese distributed digital assets platform LendChain.
Cryptocurrency trader Ran Neu-Ner says bitcoin hasn’t bottomed yet, but it’s still a good time to buy or hold if you believe in its long-term value.
A national banking federation representing South Korea’s commercial banks will launch customer ID verification powered by blockchain technology in July.
The public now has a chance to ask the EU Commission any questions regarding the future of cryptocurrency and blockchain, in an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session planned later this month.
The City of Zug, Switzerland, is set to launch a voting pilot where both the polling system and IDs are based on blockchain technology.