Some good news from America, and (unsurprisingly) some more bad news from China. Find out what's happened in the world of digital currencies this past week.
BitPay plans to display prices in bits: ... Read More
Bye-bye Gox and hello BTC debit cards! Not entirely sure what I'm talking about? Take a look at this week's news roundup to get up to speed with the latest developments in the world of digital cu... Read More
Been too busy during this shorter work-week? Before you dive headfirst into the long weekend, check out our biggest news headlines from the last seven days:
Bicoin price tops $500 as China fear... Read More
In this week of closures, crashes and heartbleed, here are three of the biggest stories we covered on CoinDesk.
Bitcoin price falls below $400: The price of bitcoin hit a low of $344 this week fo... Read More
Didn't get a chance to check out all the awesome news and features on CoinDesk this week? Don't panic: here are the news highlights you may have missed out on.
Price of bitcoin falls under $500: Th... Read More
IBM to Hire Blockchain Researchers for French Expansion
Technology giant IBM is hiring nearly 2,000 people in France - and many of them will be focusing on blockchain technology, chief executive Virginia Rometty said Wednesday.
In an interview with Fren
Bitcoin drops 9%, now back below $8,000
Bitcoin extended a two-week sell off Wednesday, falling below $8,000 to its lowest level since mid April. The digital currency dropped 8.7 percent to a low of $7,512.43 as of 12:30 p.m. ET,
As bitcoin plunges, mega-bull Tom Lee stands by his $25,000 target
Fundstrat's Tom Lee is standing his ground on bitcoin soaring to $25,000. On Wednesday, the cryptocurrency plunged below $8,000 and traded at around $7,500, essentially giving up most of the gains
Rural Banks Tap Kaleido Blockchain for Faster Transactions
Rural banks in the Philippines are looking to adopt blockchain technology in bid to improve financial inclusion for local residents.
According to a report by the Philippine Information Agency on We