DeFi’s agricultural revolution, Bitcoin’s negligible adjustment and the novel legal strategy bringing an ICO project to court.
Thought leaders are decending on Washing to talk digital money while the Australian Securities Exchange may delay its blockchain settlement solution.
Balancer fell victim to a “flash loan” exploit while a shareholders association said EY should have caught Wirecard’s multi-billion blackhole earlier.
New York officials have instituted a three-strike rule for crypto firms applying for the BitLicense, the Sovrin Foundation is now volunteer run and Aussies can now buy BTC at their post office.
Craig Wright will go to trial, while IBM and a Norwegian association team up to track salmon on blockchain.
Who watches the watchdogs? President Trump reportedly told his Treasury Secretary to go after Bitcoin while the DEA failed to properly oversee crypto investigations.
The number of Bitcoin whales is at its highest level since 2017, as the network adjusts its difficulty setting for the first time post-halving.
The Ontario Securities Commission says QuadrigaCX, an infamous Canadian exchange, was a Ponzi scheme, while the National Science Foundation is issuing a grant to design a national digital currency.
U.N. and Federal Reserve experts think CBDCs can compete with commercial banks, New York and France enter a regulatory agreement while Europol has Wasabi Wallet concerns.
In the war between Trump and Twitter, decentralized systems may win.