Bittrex finally speaks out on thousands of banned accounts, claiming only 0.1% of users faced problems. No word on when users can access funds again.
Hey, Blockchain, how’s it going?
Bitfinex’s full exit from the US market now is a fact
Elon Musk thinks general artificial intelligence could destroy humanity. But maybe Blockchain could prevent that.
Regulations with the SEC are a moving target these days, but Cappasity has hired a legal firm of experts to ensure that their contributors are safe.
Judge issues ‘no jurisdiction’ ruling in the R3 lawsuit against Ripple – the battle will continue in New York and California.
Sullivan’s speech at the [email protected] forum suggested government, private industry “seriously study” integration of Blockchain
“Proprietary fraud prevention” is allowing Coinbase to speed up Bitcoin purchases.
So you own a bunch of cryptocurrency–now how do you spend it? Bitcoin and Dash can now be spent at any merchant that accepts Visa.
Ars Technica gets it wrong, calls Bitcoin a bubble, suggests that forks have torn the network in two.
A bank in the US has resorted to bullying tactics to keep tabs on customer Bitcoin habits.
Bitcoin is a safe haven that is unaffected by normal market factors. As these factors continue to escalate there could be a bigger trend towards digital currencies.
There are a number of options available for companies wishing to comply with regulatory environments but still wanting to continue in their business model. We highlight three.
Ripple’s CEO has had a go at the huge amount of Blockchain businesses that are littering the space, the types of companies that could use a database to the same effect.
Under the project, the bureau will determine whether its physical assets can be tracked and reconciled in real-time as they are transferred from person to person.