A recently-released security report by Microsoft—titled “Microsoft Security Endpoint Threat Summary 2019″—says that “cryptocurrency mining encounters are down 40% from 2018.”
Two people have been charged in the U.S. for allegedly using “a sophisticated market manipulation scheme” to defraud and steal $17 million in bitcoin and
Kucoin just announced the SaTT Listing on the 24th September and the token will also be listed on several other exchanges including Uniswap.
A hand full of wild cards held by the United States and stock market turbulence could be to blame for Bitcoin’s recent downturn.
One analyst explained that there are a few factors likely perpetuating this Bitcoin decline, with technical weakness being just one.
Leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance has announced the launch of an “Innovation Zone’ to filer out traders based on their risk appetites, before letting them trade risky decentralized finance (DeFi) projects.
Bitcoin experienced two massive mining difficulty adjustments recently. Is this something to be concerned about?
APY.Finance has closed a $3.6 million private round of funding from Alameda Research and others.
Libra is bringing another executive onboard in the form of James Emmett of HSBC fame, but does anyone really care about the platform anymore?
Dr. Craig Wright and his legal team are looking beyond the now-defunct motion for summary judgment, towards the January 4 trial.
The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) processed $137 million in funds connected to the crypto Ponzi scheme OneCoin, according to leaked documents that were sent to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
The Kleinman v. Wright lawsuit is going to trial now that a federal court has denied Craig Wright’s motion for summary judgment.
Bitcoin went into the weekend on a strong note, taking out $11,000 and holding above it. But after the cryptocurrency made an attempt at $11,200 a
Bitcoin price is down $800 in just over 24 hours, and elsewhere in the finance space, there is pure carnage. Gold fell below $1900, and stocks are