Don’t count Andrew Yang out just yet – the 2020 presidential candidate may be bringing his ideas to local elections in New York City.
In May, —no one knows exactly what day— the BTC community will witness its third “Halving”. This event will reduce the amount of bitcoin that
Global banking regulators issued a statement Friday saying that elements of the Basel III banking rules reform that have yet to be implemented will be pushed back a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid the current financial crisis, bitcoin has yet to prove itself to be the “safe-haven” asset that many claim it to be. In fact, research by The Block shows that bitcoin has been relatively correlated to the equity market.
Santander, the 16th largest bank in the world with $1.74 trillion assets under management, is planning to launch its Ripple-powered payments app One Pay FX in Mexico this year.
Even amid market panic caused by COVID-19 pandemic, Ethereum Foundation is getting closer to this year most anticipated release in blockhain, Ethereum 2.0
Can Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and XRP recover fast from yesterday’s dump?
The latest data suggests that there are now almost 800,000 wallets with a balance of at least 1 BTC — more than ever before.
Bitcoin price is becoming bearish on shorter timeframes as global markets are still pricing the coronavirus pandemic and government stimuli.
Bitmain Jihan Wu’s recent interview discusses some of his predictions concerning the future of bitcoin and mining.
Former NASDAQ warns the TON Community against launching Telegram’s blockchain network until the Court of Appeals has its say.
This user also appears to be taken aback by the fact that no one can “bail out users if they lose Bitcoin”.There are no offices, no companies, no hotline.
Bitcoin’s price might reach $350,000 in the years to come, according to a recent report compiled by the popular U.S. cryptocurrency exchange, Kraken. It
McKinsey & Company released a report predicting the likely impact the coronavirus pandemic will have on economies and businesses.
While Bitcoin is hanging around $6,200, traders are turning bearish, expecting the major crypto coin to fall below the $6,000 area and head further down