iOS also gets a blockchain browser in Opera. Freedom of privacy vs. corporate control: Users have to choose what is more important for them…
South American social networking giant Taringa! is launching a stablecoin-powered points system for its 27 million users.
Singapore plans to exempt cryptocurrencies that are intended to function as a medium of exchange from Goods and Services Tax (GST) — the local equivalent of VAT.
The People’s Bank of China blockchain trade finance solution processed $4.36 billion in foreign exchange transactions since its inception.
A partner at Binance Labs expresses optimism about Facebook’s entry into crypto with Libra.
No consumers sent funds to an address promoted via the social network, with Tesco managing to restore order.
An in-depth view into security tokens.
We’re entering a new stage of the crypto market, where commercial use-cases verge on mass adoption and use-case specific coins popup almost daily.
Brazil’s diplomatic academy, the Rio Branco Institute, will now require that candidates have knowledge of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
The surge in crypto prices in Q2 of 2019 is backed by a respective growth in fundamental indicators…
LG CNS, a subsidiary of South Korean multinational conglomerate LG Corp., will apply blockchain to foster supply chain transparency for school cafeteria lunches.
The U.S. tells Facebook to cease development of Libra immediately, and the Bank of International Settlements boss makes an extravagant U-turn.
The Russian government and its Central Bank could soon start developing regulations and guidance on how digital currencies are to be approached.
Cointelegraph got a chance to talk to some high-ranking Russian officials at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum to get their thoughts on prospects of Bitcoin in the country.
This has been the hardest week up to this point to highlight anything mentioned in last week’s conclusion. The reason for that is obvious, as Bitcoin has done absolutely nothing.
Bangladesh is an excellent example of how important smaller nations, especially countries with large tech presences, are to the success of Bitcoin.
Cointelegraph has assembled a research report on the regulatory environment for cryptocurrency across the globe.
It’s a common misconception that signing up for Bitcoin means your wallet and transactions are completely anonymous. In fact, Bitcoin works more like a pseudonym. Levels of anonymity can be achieved if you know how to work the rods and cones correctly, but a digital money trail can usually be traced back to your wallet and thus, your identity.
Olivier Janssens who call himself an early digital currency adapter and Bitcoin millionaire recently proposed a $100,000 bounty to develop a software platform that could replace the Bitcoin Foundation.
Chamath Palihapitiya, CEO of VC firm Social Capital, argues bitcoin is the single best hedge against the traditional financial system.
Weekly analysis of the equity and cryptocurrency markets over the week. Feb. 10 – 16.
Chinese policy has a massive impact on Bitcoin price, trading volume, and perceived legitimacy – but as the government’s policy on digital currencies is ambigious, Bitcoin’s future in China remains uncertain.
The Bitlicense regulation is bringing up memories of early internet regulation. What would have happened if today’s Bitcoin regulation was applied to yesterday’s Internet?
Bitcoin has gained tremendous popularity in the last year, and it’s safe to say that it has become one of the world’s most convenient ways of buying, selling and trading things over the internet.