The Tezos blockchain project has completed its initial coin offering, or ICO, bringing in a record-smashing $232m-worth of bitcoin and ether.
At close, Tezos had netted 65,627 BTC (worth roughly $1... Read More
Investor Tim Draper is calling for the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to exempt certain initial coin offering (ICO) projects from the repercussions of its ruling that tokens can be captur... Read More
The Tezos Foundation, the non-profit that oversees the development of the governance-boosting blockchain protocol, tezos, has announced the launch of a $50 million venture fund.
Eager to foster its... Read More
They didn't take questions from the audience, nor did they say much, but many people in the crowd were amazed that Kathleen and Arthur Breitman took the stage at all.
In their first public appearan... Read More
A lawsuit seeking class action status has been filed in California against the founders and promoters of the controversial Tezos blockchain project.
The lawsuit represents the latest twist in the o... Read More
Who's Said What About the Coinbase-Visa Payment Dispute
Users of cryptocurrency startup Coinbase have seen repeated charges appear on their bank statements tied to their Visa credit and debit card use in recent days, prompting several rounds of statements
Actor Steven Seagal Endorses Questionable 'Bitcoiin' ICO
Action film star Steven Seagal has become the brand ambassador for a controversial cryptocurrency ahead of an initial coin offering (ICO).
A statement posted to Seagal's Twitter account confirmed t
Israel Confirms It Will Tax Bitcoin as Property
Israel's government confirmed Monday that it would treat bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as a kind of property for tax purposes.
The notice confirms past indications that the Tax Authority will
Who Said What About Coinbase and Visa's User Payment Dispute
Users of cryptocurrency startup Coinbase saw repeated charges appear on their bank statements tied to their Visa credit and debit card use, prompting several rounds of statements from the companies in