Jonathan Wilkins, a co-founder of Blockstream, is joining up-and-coming bitcoin brokerage River Financial as Chief Security Officer.
The report from an Israeli organisation claims the group used bitcoin to avoid sanctions, offer a degree of anonymity to donors and enable cross-border money transfers.
The Tezos Foundation launched a cryptocurrency faucet to incentivize developers to build their smart contracts on top of the Tezos protocol. Meanwhile, several technical indicators estimate that XTZ is bound for an upswing. The Tezos faucet In a recent blog post, the Tezos Foundation announced the release of a faucet for the Tezos mainnet. The […]
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The bitcoin fund is being launched by micro-investment app provider Raiz Invest Australia.
FinNexus, a Fintech firm that’s creating an open-source finance protocol, is planning to launch a digital asset platform on the XRP Ledger. FinNexus’ “one-stop shop protocol” has been built on the three core pillars of the rapidly evolving decentralized finance ecosystem: diversity, value, and convenience. The privately-held DeFi firm aims to create marketplaces that provide […]
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Bitcoin’s dramatic overnight fall from $9,200 is telling a tale of buyer exhaustion.
For its first full year of operations, Argo says it generated just over $11 million in revenue
Brendan Blumer, CEO at Block.one, the company behind the development of EOS and Voice, a new blockchain-based social media network, confirmed that the technical beta version of Voice will be released on February 14, 2020. Blumer explained that the users will be able to “test and iterate” Voice’s beta release. He added: “In the future, […]
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China-based RenrenBit has disclosed it took $600,000 in net income from revenue of $2.3 million in 2019.
Corporate documents reveal new details about the ouster of Bitmain co-founder Ketuan “Micree” Zhan.