A notable ICO token appears to be weathering regulatory concerns, bouncing back this week on a relatively positive newsflow and new developments.
Tokens for climate change? While you might scoff at the idea, CoinDesk advisor Michael Casey argues it’s a question worth taking seriously.
Bitcoin Core’s latest software includes optimizations designed to boost SegWit, a scaling upgrade that’s still slowly rolling out across the network.
Parimutuel betting pools in the cryptocurrency grant traders short exposure, but there are plenty of limitations to this new type of exchange.
The bitcoin price is showing new signs of life – even while it appears to have entered a period of sideways trading after last week’s crash.
The ether-U.S. dollar [ETC/USD] exchange rate has responded positively following the market shocks caused by recent regulatory actions in China.
Collaboration, not competition: that’s the message an advisor to Russian President Vladimir Putin is putting forward in a new interview.
Arizona legislators are turning the state into a blockchain hub by making smart contracts legally binding, and startups are taking the bait.
A look at bitcoin’s scaling debate and what the history of money can teach us about the best path forward for protocol development.
IBM is building its blockchain work over a growing number of locations and employees, and Marie Wieck ties it all together.
The price of bitcoin continued to recover into Monday as consolidation in pricing helped the cryptocurrency recovery Friday’s steep losses.
The chaos of bitcoin’s scaling debate has pushed other public protocol’s consensus mechanisms into a more strict and orderly framework.
A legal deep dive into how Canada’s recent ruling on initial coin offerings could impact the market.
Rather than issuing warnings or regulations, at least one progressive government is considering whether it can take advantage of ICO technology.
Researchers at RMIT speculate on the potential impact of blockchain technology, theorizing it could undo centuries of business thinking.