XRP has not fared as well as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other top cryptocurrencies have over the past few weeks. As the market leaders have stalled, trading
Evaluating past performance, a popular cryptocurrency proponent noted that Bitcoin could “moon” to $430,000 by late 2021.
The 17-year-old accused of hacking Twitter on July 15 to promote a fake bitcoin giveaway, Graham Ivan Clark, reportedly owns over $3 million worth of bitcoin, according to his attorney David Weisbrod.
Jongchan Jang, the creator of Yearn.Finance (YFI) fork Asuka token and a known person in Korean crypto community, is said to have exit scammed.
With the recent hype surrounding various Open Finance protocols, ETH/BTC price ratio is up 112% since September 2019; from 0.0162 BTC to 0.0343 BTC.
Looming Bitcoin futures gaps and mainstream interest are providing the perfect environment for another week of volatility
Israel will have its first central securities lending platform this November, built on blockchain technology
Microsoft (MSFT) has confirmed that acquisition talks with ByteDance over its TikTok app in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Ripple surged more than 30% this past week to climb above $0.3000. XRP price nosedived below $0.3250, but technicals suggest a fresh increase above $0.3150.
Ethereum dived from the $417 swing high and traded below $350. ETH price is currently recovering above $375 and it is likely to climb back above $400.
Although crypto is undoubtedly innovative in nature, the majority of crypto exchanges are dragging behind, unable to fully realize the great possibilities of mo
Last week, analysts thought XRP was on the verge of a massive breakout. Against the dollar and against Bitcoin, the leading altcoin saw an explosive breakout th
Twitter hack alleged ringleader Graham Clark, the subject of a previous criminal investigation, had bail set at $725,000 at his court appearance Saturday.