Last week, Bitcoin miners reportedly sold 11% more coins than they generated over the same period.
Ever since the Bitcoin halving on May 11th, investors have been fearing a widespread “miner capitulation.”
It’s probably no coincidence that three major crypto firms – Coinbase, Genesis Trading and BitGo – have almost simultaneously announced plans to become prime brokers, a kind of fixer when it comes to financing and facilitating trades for institutional investors.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) proponent Roger Ver says that he did not pay for a Hong Kong vending machine to avoid offering Bitcoin (BTC) as a payment option.
U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday, seeking to amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Section 230 prevents social media companies from civil liability for the content posted on them. The order targets Twitter and Facebook after Twitter fact-checked two of the President’s tweets.
Minecraft, one of the world’s most popular video games, has a new plug-in enabling players to place blockchain assets directly into their servers.
Bitmain issued statements saying that Micree Zhan has been ousted and threatened him and employees supporting him with legal action for not complying.
Serial entrepreneur Halsey Minor knows about mass adoption. He’s helped create technology platforms like CNET and Salesforce, to name a couple.
Telegram has dropped its appeal against a U.S. federal court’s injunction that forbade Gram distribution, putting a halt to the TON project.
Tornado.cash has launched complete immutability for its smart contracts, despite the potential security risks.