“We understand, and to a degree, empathize with state regulators who are tasked with writing and enacting laws to protect their constituents. But more often, we hear the voices of those who believe ... Read More
Ethereum Classic, the vanilla version of Ethereum untouched by the recent hardfork has received a great reception from the cryptocurrency community. The cryptocurrency is being included in multiple cr... Read More
This case, whereby one percent of the whole coin supply was stolen from one of the most advanced persons in the crypto community, can teach us a lot. - https://etherscan.io/tx/0x5fb679e22336a6346... Read More
Despite the unfortunate development with Poloniex, New Hampshire’s Bitcoin scene is thriving regardless. The state is one of the world’s most Bitcoin-friendly areas, with a wide variety of businesses ... Read More
#Ethereum Classic team celebrates successful hard-fork. pic.twitter.com/qHSIzYyIfh The controversial debate over the justification of the Ethereum network’s hard fork immediately led to the... Read More
Another Police Official Arrested In Alleged Bitcoin Extortion Plot
Yet another high-ranking police official in the Indian state of Gujurat has been taken into custody in connection with a $1 million bitcoin extortion scheme.
According to the Hindustan Times, Amrel
Bitcoin Price Climbs to 40-Day High Above $9,200
Bitcoin's price climbed above $9,200 on Tuesday to hit a 40-day high, according to data from CoinDesk's Bitcoin Price Index (BPI).
Following a steady increase over the past week, the price of world
Cboe Exchange Wants to Lower Its Bitcoin Futures Prices
The Cboe wants to change the way it prices bitcoin futures contracts, a move that comes just months after the exchange operator first debuted its inaugural cryptocurrency product.
In a newly publis
California Bill Would Legally Recognize Blockchain Stocks
California could become the next U.S. state that allows companies to store data - including information about stockholders - on a blockchain.
Bill 838 was first introduced by Senator Robert Hertzbe