This is interesting. Maybe it's nothing. Maybe it's not. But Simon de la Rouviere points out that it looks like Bitcoin just had it... Read More
"An interesting counter to my martingale characterization of central bankers is in fact that they do have an unlimited bankroll and that they can bet on the 31st, 32nd, or 'whatever it takes'... Read More
Mersch said that the the two institutions plan to explore the tech over the next months, with an eye to publish the results of its research sometime next year. The ECB has also formed an internal task... Read More
Over the last 10 years, central banks have created new money to the tune of $14 trillion, and that amount is still growing. Just this week, the ECB announced that over the next 18 months it will pump ... Read More
"Although [virtual currency system] units are not denominated in euro, they do have the potential to have an impact on monetary policy and price stability, financial stability and the smooth operation... Read More
Coinbase Adds First Ethereum Token to Professional Trading Platform
Crypto exchange startup Coinbase is adding the 0x protocol token to its professional trading platform, Coinbase Pro.
Announced Thursday, the exchange said in a blog post that it had begun accepting
SpankChain Says Hacker Returned Stolen Crypto Funds
A hacker who stole 165.38 ETH from the SpankChain platform has returned the funds.
The payment platform focused on the adult industry announced Thursday that the hacker, who stole the funds from th
Korea's Largest Bitcoin Exchange Sells Stake in $350 Million Deal
Bithumb, currently the largest cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea by trading volume, just confirmed it has sold more than 38 percent of its total ownership to a blockchain consortium based in Sing
Nevada's Utilities Agency Eyes Blockchain for Energy Credit System
The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, a government agency charged with supervising and regulating power utility services in the state, is looking to implement blockchain for its energy credit tra