2015: Russia reportedly hacked TV5Monde, a French-language broadcaster. A group calling itself the CyberCaliphate took credit, but French officials have pointed the finger at Russia. OUTCOME: The hack... Read More
The nonprofit Uniform Law Commission has been working for the past year on draft legislation, an effort aimed at bringing a degree of harmony, from state to state, when it comes to regulating bitcoin ... Read More
Its national railway service may have already jumped on the bitcoin bandwagon, but Switzerland is taking a slower approach as it looks to regulate digital currencies and fintech.
Key elements inclu... Read More
The year 2016 can be said to be the year of the Blockchain. Several innovations and creations around the Blockchain were unveiled, strengths and weaknesses of a number of systems became exposed as... Read More
Enigma Delays Release of 'Discovery' Protocol on Ethereum Mainnet
Engima, the startup seeking to bring privacy to the world of public blockchains, is delaying the launch of its mainnet as part of a wider reworking of its developmental roadmap.
The company had pre
Just a Cycle? Big Bitcoin Miners Stay Positive in Face of Market Slump
Despite the downturn in the crypto markets so far in 2018, executives from several bitcoin mining firms have said this scenario has been seen before and they are not deterred by current low prices.
Quick Brew? BitFury's Coffee Machine Accepts Bitcoin Via Lightning Network
Blockchain firm Bitfury has come up with a novel product aimed to make it easier to pay for products with bitcoin.
To that end, a specialized engineering team within the company has developed a cof
Coinbase Disputes Claims in New York Attorney General's Exchange Report
A recent report published by the New York Office of the Attorney General (OAG), which claimed several cryptocurrency exchanges it investigated are vulnerable to market manipulation, has drawn backlash