DeFi’s agricultural revolution, Bitcoin’s negligible adjustment and the novel legal strategy bringing an ICO project to court.
The Chain token gained 33% last month, the top performer among the largest digital assets during a month when bitcoin, ether and XRP all fell.
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.
It’s been assumed for years that well-heeled financial institutions would become the main driving force and primary investor class in crypto. That narrative may underestimate the power of the retail investor.
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.
Compound’s new COMP token is only five days old but its price is soaring. Observers tie the rally to speculation over the future growth of decentralized finance.
Who watches the watchdogs? President Trump reportedly told his Treasury Secretary to go after Bitcoin while the DEA failed to properly oversee crypto investigations.
With the global economy in deep water amid the coronavirus crisis, some cryptocurrency analysts are starting to wonder if a correction in U.S. stocks might prompt another “Black Thursday” crash.